Mortal Online is a first-person medieval fantasy MMORPG, set in a huge, open, unforgiving world. Choose your race, choose your playstyle, choose a profession, choose where to place your loyalties - if you have any...
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Release Date: Aug 31, 2015

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August 24

Patch Notes 1.85.00.14



Added:

  • Added LOD settings for players in the options.
  • Added stat for lock picking world loot.
  • Added more stats to the statistics page.
  • Added age to the paperdoll.
  • Added the Dark Order scroll to a few more locations.

Changes:
  • Minimum number of attacks for Tupilaks are now 3 even if they have very low int.
  • Getting mana updates no longer cancels logout.
  • Illegal items in every kind of loot will now show up in red.
  • Illegal items in trade will now show up in red.
  • AI with Control Undead that deals damage now counts as if the caster dealt the damage for flagging.
  • Arena Sentries now attack people who are snooping.
  • When selling to the broker description no longer clears when creating a sale.
  • You now gain skill in Walker Knowledge when summoning animating undead.

Fixed:
  • Fixed issue where people who picked up relics and then re-logged being able to ride mounts.
  • Fixed issue where vendors with passwords wouldn't sell items.
  • Fixed paperdoll issue with arrow count not correctly updating.
  • Fixed paperdoll issue with durability not updating.
  • Fixed tax calculations on broker UI.
  • Fixed a level streaming issue in the mountains around Toxai that made props not load.

Server fixes (already live):
  • Fixed issue with Tupilaks attacking Undead Steeds.
  • Fixed issue with darkness not dealing it's tick damage.
  • Fixed issue with death steeds being able to have equipment.
  • Broker now cleans up items that are in none-existing bags.
  • Fixed Darkness not correctly dealing damage.
  • Fixed issue where you couldn't have a Tupilak and an Undead Steed.
  • Fixed issue where you could equip a Undead Steed with mount equipment.
  • Rebuilt arena sentry AI.

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August 17

Patch Notes 1.85.00.12



Added:

  • Added Necromancy magic school.
  • Added an arena system to Tindrem Arena with a simple wager system.
  • Added Rituals
  • Added Sturdy mount mutation with 20% more HP.
  • Added Viable mount mutation with higher Health regen.
  • Added Thick Skin mount mutation with +20% defense.
  • Added sanity checks to etherworld spirit capturing.
  • Added 16 new titles.
  • Added a tracking of some new stats.
  • Re-added the missing banner flag.
  • Community capes added to veteran point shop list.
  • Added an arena banker.

Changes:
  • You no longer need to run Mortal Online using the launcher.
  • Base max stamina increased by 60 on all characters.
  • Stamina regeneration penalty has been increased for armor above 14 in weight.
  • Exceptional mount mutation now gives 20% extra stats rather then 10.
  • Handle hits now deal a lot less damage.
  • Magic aim now uses more traces.
  • Sprint will no longer break when falling.
  • Removed velocity given to players when they where hit.
  • Spiritist titles are now unlocked using the skill rather then a stat.
  • Default pet mode is now passive again.
  • Daggers no longer handle hits.
  • Tweaked weapon head meshes for better hit detection.

Fixed:
  • Made sure bred mounts never become exceptional.
  • Fixed step-up issue with gates where you could end up on top of the gate when it opened.
  • You can no longer control your mount while changing gear etc
  • Fixed several issues with bags on the trade broker timing out.
  • Fixed issue with mercy shown stat not correctly updating.
  • Fixed issue with cooking stat not correctly increasing.
  • Fixed issue where you couldn't decline friend requests.
  • Fixed issue where you could hit a blue mounted players mount while having the "don't damage blue" option on.
  • Fixed possible issue with local flags and duels where players could spawn kill their opponent over and over.
  • Sorted issues with etherworld spirits on node lines.
  • Fixed issue where constitution wasn't controlled by the cap when breeding mounts.
  • Green (but actually red) loin cloth removed from veteran point shop list.
  • Fixed typo in whisper notifications.
  • The Sarducaa bug carcasses now have their correct Zoology lores.
  • Fixed 100's of floating items.

*Please be aware that as there are many totally new systems introduced in this patch, regular balance and tweaking of these systems may be common.

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About This Game

Experience true open-world freedom in Mortal Online - a unique first-person, medieval fantasy, massively multiplayer online role-playing game.

Choose your path!

  • Choose from many different races, decide your own style of play and whether to focus on PvP or PvE, both sharing the same game world.
  • Choose a profession and devote your life to combat, crafting, magic, trading...
  • Discover countless skills, resources and tools, master a few or dabble in them all, or be the first to explore new areas to find hidden treasures and unique secrets.

Live or die!

This game is not for the faint of heart. With "full loot" mechanics, dying means that you risk losing everything you're carrying with you.
Danger is everywhere, safety must be earned. Learn to master real-time, aim-based combat where you decide every move your character makes, and where your skills really matter.

Not quite like any other MMORPG...

  • There are no character levels, only skill levels.
  • There are no PvP zones, only a single open and realistic world where you are free to choose your own path.
  • There are no separate server regions, every player inhabits the same huge world.

Strength in numbers!

  • Build your own house, or create a guild with your friends to build a keep.
  • Expand even more, build a whole city and surround it with defensive walls, or band together to siege and conquer your enemies' fortresses!
  • With enough power, violence or diplomacy, you and your allies will be able to rule an entire nation.

The possibilities are endless!

Unlimited free trial!

Mortal Online offers a free-to-play mode with a skill cap at skill level 60. In order to unlock the maximum skill levels and fully master your Mortal destiny, a paid monthly subscription is needed, but unlike many other games there are no microtransactions. Unsubscribing will re-apply the skill cap, but your skills will be maxed again when you re-subscribe. Every player gets one free character slot, and you can purchase additional slots up to a maximum of four.

Feature list

  • Taming and mount breeding
  • Lock-picking
  • Player Housing and City Building
  • Siege
  • Territory control system
  • 500+ skills to master
  • Breeding
  • Thievery
  • Glassblowing
  • Mounted combat
  • Archery
  • Magic
  • Several in-depth crafting systems with millions of combinations
  • Alchemy
  • Butchery
  • Metallurgy
  • Mining and woodcutting
  • Publish your own books
  • Armor dyeing
  • Social skills such as bribing and persuasion
  • Auction houses
  • And much more!

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows 7 x64
    • Processor: Dual Core 2.4GHz
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 16 GB available space
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 10 x64
    • Processor: Quad Core 3.4GHz
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • DirectX: Version 10
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 20 GB available space
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Teleprovider
21.3 hrs
Posted: August 29
I made up my mind in a long time. I was relunctant to leave feedback because there are room for improvement, but the neglect have forced my hand. My Steam showed 0 hrs but the game have non-Steam client that I have used for years. So, I trust that you can over-look my 0 game time hours and not see this malicious, libel, but an honest review.

This game compromise too many time. When server population are down, GM and owner of Star Vault make patchs to cater to the old members. when server population are up, they reverse and make patch for newer people. It is always a bottom line for them to bring revenues. They can't please everyone but can't upset their last remaining people.

Lately, the rule about blocking off major content in the game have been flush down the toliet. The rule is there but not enforce in much to disappoint the remaining players.

The game economy operates around butchering and macroing extraction or fishing. Over the year, they banned fishing macro, but the damage for macro is not contained. People who have made their money, kept it. The rule about botting and macro are hilarious because there aren't much different between botting and macroing but they add their opinion just to not upset their old players that will max train their character in 5 days in macroing. Most people who sold lowest price on metal are likely those who macro extraction. In a way, Mortal Online is Macro/Bot Online. You either macro or butcher, extract, and fight in the game.

People have argued for siege mechanic and tempt everyone to siege them. But, in a way, you are sieging their macro fueled asset. In some case, MK, a blue town like otther major game content where the rule about blocking content of the game get ignored.

So, you play Mortal Online, you can play however you like to play it but understand how much compromise the company will bend to let abusers bend their way of mastering Mortal Online. The future of Mortal Online have been altered by blocking content and doing massive siege which again paid for by macro economy.

Abusers are the richest people in the game. Don't ever forget that! This game need to be re-name as Macro Online where computer program of bot or Star Vault's viewpoint "macro" are playing the game for the player. And, I can understand that macro is allowed and that using it isn't abuse. But, you still abuse the fair gameplay aspect of gaming. In a way, you let steroid change your body to outperform those who work hard.

A well known player who I don't name have 10 accounts. All assigned to macroing. In a way, Star Vault see this as "revenue" and doesn't interfere with judging on the Ai's level of Macro to make sure it isn't a bot. Star Vault had rule about not having VM running in the game. What kind of computer that run 10 accounts would be able to run macro task efficiently and precisely?
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vallenshield
12.5 hrs
Posted: August 28
This game is Dark soles Meets Cruesader (ifer cruesader was not an rts but a first persion campain game) and its open world i recomend this game for the people that have thick skin and a will to get through the kill or be killed aspect of this game there are other ways to play and does not have to be kill or be killed play stlye.

for starters there are ur nice players that will help you out and even might help get you started.
but there are player that will kill on sight and steal from you as well so be on gard.
pvp is every where and there is only one server so theres that.

the world is massive if what i hear about it is true then it can take hours to get from one side of the map to the other no joke. this is not a game for solo players in less u can solo games like dark soles
even with people raiding your world.
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D.Sofren
15.0 hrs
Posted: August 27
Here is the list of things you'd expect in a standard MMORPG:
-Leveling
-Gear
-Passable combat system
-Multiple Servers
-Playable Latency
-Solid Artistic Style
-Flush Environments/Ecosystem
-Plenty of monsters
-Player Freedom

From that list, here is what Mortal accomplishes:
-Gear
-Player Freedom
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A Wet Noodle
9.7 hrs
Posted: August 26
It's like a never ending alpha for a game made 10 years ago that you can pay a subscription fee for. I can't in good conscious recommend you try even the free version. The 9 hours I have on steam are only a small amount of what I've played. In the many years I've been following this exactly bugger all has changed, it looks and plays like a uni students pet project.
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Rick Sanchez
43.0 hrs
Posted: August 25
Basically First Person Dark Souls meets Rust.

Aiming matters as opposed to targetting systems you find in wow (a big thing for me); you aim for the head, you do more dmg. Has taming in case you feel like turning it into pokemon XD

I had my mount before the end of my first week, so not another just run and run game.

People Will help you, just try to avoid come off as overly helpless; asking how to do stuff shows you are looking to get ♥♥♥♥ done, but having people hold your hand all day or being rude to those who offer help will cause the obvious; people won't wanna play with you. Even if you need a good bit of help, just show some patience and you'll easily find people willing to help you from giving you free gear to helping you figure out the tricks to making exactly what kind of character you are looking to build

Active community/updates, new necromancy class. Game isn't super graphic intensive (means more players and more frames.... YAY).

Other than that the only thing you need to be aware of is "blue blocking" where people may attempt to run in front of your attack for the sake of getting you in trouble with guards/other players and getting you killed.

If you get a murder count of 5 you go from having a blue name to having a red name, and need to wait for a cooldown in order to lose that status, otherwise guards will kos and other players dont get in trouble for murdering you either.

IF YOU DO GET KILLED IN TOWN, YOU DO NOT NECESSARILLY LOSE YOUR INVENTORY; if you didn't break the law, it is a crime for someone to take stuff out of your dead body and said theif will have the guards shooting lighting bolts up their asses if they try to grab your stuff.

Tinderem is an awesome starting zone; mounts up the hill outside of town for taming, a small little fountain with some wolf's brush to make food for said mounts that is inside the castle city. The really neat thing I like about starting out there is the graveyard within the castle you can go and murder various lvl skeletons/zombies, which drop basic armor and are decent to farm for their heads (about 1 gold for less than 10 min of getting your stats up choppin up zeds).

If you get a little bored and feel adventurous, you don't even need to leave the city, you can just go down the tunnels at the graveyard or go deep in the sewers and find plenty of rats/bandits willing to murder your ♥♥♥ on sight.

I've been looking for a mmo like this for a while, if you like sword play mixed with an rpg setting, this might be the game for you.
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larryadaniel82
2,125.3 hrs
Posted: August 25
This game is great, Open world, full pvp, full loot, and a great combat system. The game devs are slow to release new things but they are a small team so that's understandable. The only real complain I have is this is a Pay to Win game. The free to play option makes it so that you'll never stand a chance so go ahead and use the f2p the first month and then go sub if you contnue to play. The game is slowly dying though cause there are alot of ♥♥♥ holes that play the game and they are ruthless in attacking anyone anywhere, you're never safe, never. There are some good people but not enough to make the game great. And there are lots of bugs in the game. Running through the jungle makes you appear to be flying so you can't target enemies, node lines glitch you even with top spec computers there is lag. And the targetting takes some getting used to.
I'd recommend this game to anyone that has a great computer, and money to burn.
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Calixus
1,335.8 hrs
Posted: August 25
A great game, there's a learning curve - game isn't for people who want something casual.

The game has depth and will leave you wanting to play it for hours on end - me personally when I play this game it leaves me very happy and satisfied.

I would also like to mention with the nature of the game you need some thick skin and a will to keep going, if you don't have it I would assume you'd not want to play this game.

I rate this game 10/10 - Been playing it since 2009.
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Diphrael
134.0 hrs
Posted: August 24
I am a long time player of MO. I had me and my girlfriends personal information released by a forum moderator because they did not like us. When confronting the moderators, I was permabanned. This was an account with 16,000+ posts, and I even donated 1000$ to the game in the past.

STAY AWAY FROM THE FORUMS. THE STAFF IS CORRUPT.
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Nertuen
0.8 hrs
Posted: August 24
Ok, im gonna review this pretty fast, i have played this game before it went on steam, i have maybe like 50-100 hours in it, mainly i stopped playing because the game is p2w, when you have a free account your skill cap is 60, but when you pay you get the 100 cap, thats the thing i hate about this game, ok money is needed for the game, but why make it p2w, just make it so the people who pay get a faster skill gain, and for those who don't make it slower to gain skill, and keep the housing for the people who pay also. I think that if they do that, they will get more players. Still im gonna recommend this game, because without the cap thing, its awesome!
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Scythe
3.8 hrs
Posted: August 22
Complicated game, but as a first look its worth to figure out what is all possible and what's not. As an advise for new players, as am I, look up all things you don't understand on google to enhance the experience :).
Will write again when i'm more advanced into this game ;)
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6 people found this review funny
Recommended
153.2 hrs on record
Posted: August 4
Where to begin? Mortal online, as I'm sure many reviews will point out, is not for the faint of heart. You will die. More than you intend to, but rather than analyze the gameplay I am going to tell you my experience, because that is what MO is all about. (summary at bottom)

Day 1: Wow this game is beautiful *cue dramatic opera music* the blume is perfectly balanced to add effect but not obscure the marvelous garden before me complete with a variety of trees, flowers, and an aqueduct. The person that convinced me to play eagerly awaits my arrival, and laughs when I ask about quests. There is only one quest in the game and that is the tutorial, it teaches you the absolute survival basics and nothing more, but you get a lot of free stuff at the end so that's pretty cool (some of it actually saves you a LOT of gold).

Day 3: This crafting is amazing. No other word for it. The depth and variety of recipes you can try be it cooking, alchemy, armor or weapon crafting, simply dumbfounded me. 100h in I can barely craft any useful armor. At this point some will say "ugh 100 hours to get almost nowhere?" and stop reading, but don't. Because what I will tell you is that due to the depth of crafting, infinite possibilities, and unique difficulty of getting useful materials, every piece feels hand forged as though it is a part of me.

Day 5: My first encounter with a red. I just bought my first horse, it is a magnificent purebread desert horse, agile with high stamina. I tab out to check the map while riding my horse at half speed. Before I can tab back I am on the ground, my mount is dead and my friend is running for his life. Utter chaos. A large man on a horse the size of a car mows him down, I am desperately dodging his moves but to no avail, I die on the spot and he loots my corpse... Peasants unite! I, while hopelessly rummaging through my bank wondering how to make up my gold hear that a group of random players went out, fought and carted him to death, and that someone got my gold. They promptly returned every single piece without so much as asking for a thank you.

Day 7: Things are going pretty well, I can consistently gather materials safely and outrun most threats on my new horse. Enter someone I now consider a very close friend. We joke about rope dresses and whatever other manner of ♥♥♥♥ed up things in the help chat. You'd be amazed at how much you can come to like someone spending 40h with them in 3 days lol. I couldn't help but trust them because well... they got my jokes and seemed like a really chill person. Come to find out a bit later that this person is slow to trust and I think I'm crazy because they trusted me pretty quick. Point I'm making is, no MO does not always have the best community (I personally know how bi-polar help chat can be as I am a frequent user), but among the common rabble there are real people, with real feelings, that can actually be pretty nice. Look for the diamonds in the rough, not the sticks in the mud.

I drowned because my horse threw me into a river while I was wearing heavy armor. I have been pk'd twice (which some would call lucky). The armor I make could barely suffice for PvP. But you know what? I love this game. And it is not F2P it is unilimited trial, I should make that very clear. A lot of people say "skill caps are 60/100 for free players" but might I point out ALL players are limited to 1100 primary skill points. I am still free, and ya know what? I don't mind, if anything for the time being it allows me to have a wider variety of skills than a paying player. Do I plan on subbing? yes. I do. Do you necessarily have to? no. But that's all I have to say, decide for yourself :) and if you want free stuff from time to time, feel free to add me on steam and message me when you're on MO, I can spare some better than average gear. (This message was approved by 5 other people I was on skype with at the time of writing)
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7 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
134.0 hrs on record
Posted: August 24
I am a long time player of MO. I had me and my girlfriends personal information released by a forum moderator because they did not like us. When confronting the moderators, I was permabanned. This was an account with 16,000+ posts, and I even donated 1000$ to the game in the past.

STAY AWAY FROM THE FORUMS. THE STAFF IS CORRUPT.
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9 of 10 people (90%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
Recommended
0.5 hrs on record
Posted: August 6
Open PVP, Full Loot, Welcome To The Salty Spitoon. How Tough Are Ya?


UPDATE: For some reason it says I only have 0.3 hours. This is a big lie, I've played for quite some hours! It's probably a bug in some form.


Not going to use too much time with this review. You got skills that increase on use (or study, depending, but usually can be raised by both), you can get a certain amount of skills maxed, or mix it up how you wish. In this game, it's open PVP with a couple "safe" towns, full loot apart from very certain starter weapons (I think the worn shortsword's about the only weapon that doesn't drop on death, because it's that bad of a weapon). You will die, at least once, so don't be surprised when you do. Dying really isn't that bad, you lose stuff, but you still have your skills intact and you're not permanently dead, so don't get too attached to your items/mounts. Just as you can die, others can too, so there's opportunity at others expense, which is pretty much the name of the game.




Mortal Online gets a bad rap, and that's because bad things CAN happen to you, and some people don't really get that, or take it well. Losing stuff really isn't that bad, you can bank most of it, and it gives you enemies to make, maybe even friends. For those who are looking for something different and refreshing compared to the MMOs that feel like there's no consequences for anything, Mortal Online provides a great experience for those who like danger, character skills AND player skills, as all are combined that make this game what it is. Take some of the negative reviews with a grain of salt, it's very common to write a negative review when angry about something that just happened in-game, far more common than writing a positive review. Just try the game and decide for yourself, but be ready to win big, or lose it all when you roll the dice; It's a big thrill!




P.S: Your skills are capped at 60 if you are free to play and you can't use thievery skills. To get the skill cap of 100 and thief skills, you need a premium subscription. You also only get one character slot unless you purchase more. So I wouldn't really count this as a good "free to play" MMO, but it's a GREAT subscription MMO with unlimited trial!
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4 of 4 people (100%) found this review helpful
Recommended
43.0 hrs on record
Posted: August 25
Basically First Person Dark Souls meets Rust.

Aiming matters as opposed to targetting systems you find in wow (a big thing for me); you aim for the head, you do more dmg. Has taming in case you feel like turning it into pokemon XD

I had my mount before the end of my first week, so not another just run and run game.

People Will help you, just try to avoid come off as overly helpless; asking how to do stuff shows you are looking to get ♥♥♥♥ done, but having people hold your hand all day or being rude to those who offer help will cause the obvious; people won't wanna play with you. Even if you need a good bit of help, just show some patience and you'll easily find people willing to help you from giving you free gear to helping you figure out the tricks to making exactly what kind of character you are looking to build

Active community/updates, new necromancy class. Game isn't super graphic intensive (means more players and more frames.... YAY).

Other than that the only thing you need to be aware of is "blue blocking" where people may attempt to run in front of your attack for the sake of getting you in trouble with guards/other players and getting you killed.

If you get a murder count of 5 you go from having a blue name to having a red name, and need to wait for a cooldown in order to lose that status, otherwise guards will kos and other players dont get in trouble for murdering you either.

IF YOU DO GET KILLED IN TOWN, YOU DO NOT NECESSARILLY LOSE YOUR INVENTORY; if you didn't break the law, it is a crime for someone to take stuff out of your dead body and said theif will have the guards shooting lighting bolts up their asses if they try to grab your stuff.

Tinderem is an awesome starting zone; mounts up the hill outside of town for taming, a small little fountain with some wolf's brush to make food for said mounts that is inside the castle city. The really neat thing I like about starting out there is the graveyard within the castle you can go and murder various lvl skeletons/zombies, which drop basic armor and are decent to farm for their heads (about 1 gold for less than 10 min of getting your stats up choppin up zeds).

If you get a little bored and feel adventurous, you don't even need to leave the city, you can just go down the tunnels at the graveyard or go deep in the sewers and find plenty of rats/bandits willing to murder your ♥♥♥ on sight.

I've been looking for a mmo like this for a while, if you like sword play mixed with an rpg setting, this might be the game for you.
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5 of 6 people (83%) found this review helpful
Recommended
363.9 hrs on record
Posted: August 7
this is one of my favorite games only because i love to pvp and get a rush from it i have pleyed from 2013 to 2014 or early 2015 and took a brake for awhile so i have played it a lot this game is not for people who get upset easy this is for people who can deal with dying a lot and loseing everything they have at any time the game has its flaws the half skill for f2p is very annoying and make p2p like p2w in a way
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3 of 4 people (75%) found this review helpful
Recommended
485.2 hrs on record
Posted: August 20
Open World Full Loot PvP -- the only type of game I can play anymore. Find a guild or some experienced friends ASAP. You won't be doing much lone wolf/soloing until you get a character leveled up. You will get killed, you will lose all of your ♥♥♥♥. This game isn't for the casual gamer.

Make sure to do some research into builds and races before you spend too much time grinding your characters. This can have a pretty big influence on your performance late game.
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4 people found this review funny
Recommended
66.2 hrs on record
Posted: August 21
Stole 53 gold from someone once.
He asked for it back.
I said no.

Played this game hundreds of hours before steam. Much yes. Such good.
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3 of 4 people (75%) found this review helpful
Recommended
2,125.3 hrs on record
Posted: August 25
This game is great, Open world, full pvp, full loot, and a great combat system. The game devs are slow to release new things but they are a small team so that's understandable. The only real complain I have is this is a Pay to Win game. The free to play option makes it so that you'll never stand a chance so go ahead and use the f2p the first month and then go sub if you contnue to play. The game is slowly dying though cause there are alot of ♥♥♥ holes that play the game and they are ruthless in attacking anyone anywhere, you're never safe, never. There are some good people but not enough to make the game great. And there are lots of bugs in the game. Running through the jungle makes you appear to be flying so you can't target enemies, node lines glitch you even with top spec computers there is lag. And the targetting takes some getting used to.
I'd recommend this game to anyone that has a great computer, and money to burn.
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4 of 6 people (67%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
63.4 hrs on record
Posted: August 9
Like Runescape and Elderscrolls had a baby.
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
Recommended
3.8 hrs on record
Posted: August 22
Complicated game, but as a first look its worth to figure out what is all possible and what's not. As an advise for new players, as am I, look up all things you don't understand on google to enhance the experience :).
Will write again when i'm more advanced into this game ;)
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