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Originally posted by deviltheory Only reason I'm not interested in the game is because I have yet to see a sword and board playstyle. If this proves otherwise once the game is in open beta then I'll definitely give it a try because I like pretty much everything else I have seen.
Guardians can use hammers, axes or swords to fight their enemies. They can also go with a sword and shield combination, which will give them higher survivability in combat. Guardians are the only known class for being able to use heavy armor, which makes them even more capable to sustain hits.
I angered the clerk in a clothing shop today. She asked me what size I was and I said actual, because I am not to scale. I like vending machines 'cause snacks are better when they fall. If I buy a candy bar at a store, oftentimes, I will drop it... so that it achieves its maximum flavor potential. --Mitch Hedberg
WOW Dragons ... and a cash shop ...
Not impressed in the least. I bet everything except dragon taming will not work properly or missing entirely. Call me pesimistic ...
Well, we'll see. This here though -
"You can find everything in game but also use some station cash to speed things up. SOE set up a smart system to use cash to decrease the time it might take you to do something."
If this anything like planetside 2, be prepared to spend. In PS2 sure you can earn everything in game, but one gun could take a month. It was so much easier to throw out 7 bucks than grind.
Dragon’s Prophet is a stunning game visually.
Should have included some screenshots of that, because what is in the article puts me in the mind of Darkfall.
Originally posted by grimfall Dragon’s Prophet is a stunning game visually. Should have included some screenshots of that, because what is in the article puts me in the mind of Darkfall.
they are currently in the process of updating the graphics engine according to the taiwan site so id hold off on what to expect graphics wise till that is done
it really is a sad thing that SOE picked this game up, i wish some other publisher like trion had done so but o well
should at least be fun in the beta stages but thats all it can be unfortunately
Originally posted by rommello it really is a sad thing that SOE picked this game up, i wish some other publisher like trion had done so but o well should at least be fun in the beta stages but thats all it can be unfortunately
lol, you've already posted this once in the thread. SoE is a fine publisher for this game. You give Trion way too much credit.
some good info for those who haven't seen this yet
Pay2win MMO and not a good one at that. Not worth your time.
Originally posted by koboldfodder This will surely be a number one hit. It has everything people have been asking for. Giant swords on anime characters, small number of classes, asian style graphics, paper thin game systems, themepark leveling world complete with NPCs with exclamation marks over their hear, instances galore, boring non-descript world with no real lore, and it's F2P with a cash shop for "purely cosmetic" items. What more could anyone ask for? Actually, I have no idea what is in the game. I just made all that up, but I am willing to bet most if not all of that stuff is in the game. Hey, can I pay for early access Beta? Maybe get a cool item or some giant shoulder pads or something? Oh wait, my mistake. I thought they this was a review for Dragon Born Online, but I see it is for Dragon's Prophet. Wait, or was that Dragon Nest....or was it Dragon Oath. Maybe it could have been Dragon's Call....no, Dragon's Call II....wait, still no. How about Dragon Saga. Nope, Dragonica.....yes, that is it. Wait, no it is not. DragonFable is the one I am thinking of. Now that you mention it, it could have been Dragon Raja.....or was it Drakensang, I think that is German for Dragon Song. Anyway, somthing with the word "dragons" in it.