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So heres a decent game that probably none of you have heard of. As the title suggests, it's called Rise of the Dragonian Era, or RODE for short. It is a free to play game that is focused on dragons. If you have super high expectations for a game, this may not be the game for you, but it can be extremely addictive for the right person. The developers have recently opened a new global server, in which a player can choose from English, Spanish, Turkish, or Korean. Having once been primarily English, the Korean population has now exploded, and so I am attempting to maybe see if I can draw in a few English players to regain our bold stance in the game. The level cap is currently 50, and there are 2 factions.
~The game has the standard quests that most games have(kill a few mobs, collect some stuff, etc), along with region quests(kill a certain amount of mobs, then kill the boss that appears), dungeons, grind areas, daily quests, world bosses, wave arenas, and some flying mobs. Leveling up is fairly easy to accomplish through the quests, though some grinding might be needed.
~ Region War- This is where players sign up for a battle, and once the queue fills, the players are sent to one of 3 maps where the two opposing teams face off. One of the 3 maps is Occupation of Asios, which is a capture the flag game. Another is Eminence Domain, where players must hold areas while demolishing the other team. And the last is Mystery Island, where the two teams are put in a small area, where there is no where for anyone to hide. The winners of the war recieve contribution for their tribe, scrolls for enhancing gear, dragon coins for the event, and exp. There is also a chance to get more rewards depending on how well you did.
~ Open World- You can invade the enemy faction and kill them. The first maps of each faction, where the main town is, and the quests for levels1-25ish is non-pvp. But the second maps are fair game, as well as the third and fourth maps which are shared by both factions.
~ Tribe War- In this game, guilds are called tribes. Through Tribe Wars, any two tribes can wager contribution and gold, and fight it out in a special arena. The battles can be as small as 7v7, or as large as 49v49.
~ Castle Seige- There are two castles, one for each faction. Castle Seige allows players to go knock down the enemy's castle gate, and kill the boss within for items, and to summon the dragon vendor. The faction being attacked will be notified so they can defend. Seige weapons are currently under development for this, as well as a feature where monters can randonly attack the castles.
~ Duels- This is in most games, so I don't think this needs an explaination.
~ Territory Occupation- This is currently under development, but once finsihed, the two factions will fight to control certain regions.
3 races per faction, 4 classes, and 2 subclasses per class. Wont go into too much detail here, but the classes are balanced pretty well, and the subclasses are very different from eachother.
On the first server, the players got screwed over with an extremely imbalancing cash shop, but wishing to rectify the problem, the developers took out most of the game breaking items when they opened the new server. Taking out these items, along with some new systems for upgrading gear, the cash shop is no longer an imbalancing disaster.
Through the game, you will have a quest chain for raising your dragon from an egg. From these quests, you should expect to have your full grown dragon by level 35. A player gets to choose from 6 different types(they are different for the factions, and each have their own unique skills). Once you have your full grown dragon, you can use it for most PvE, and for open world PvP. There is also a dragon dungeon that is currently under development.
Like I said, if you have super high expectations for a game, then this might not be for you. I do however urge anyone looking for a game to come try this one out. I can't fully explain the game here, so visit the website, and maybe give it a go.