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Artifact Entertainment | Official Site
MMORPG | Genre:Fantasy | Status:Final  (rel 12/08/03)  | Pub:Virtrium
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  Peco115

Novice Member

Joined: 1/17/08
Posts: 13

 
OP  11/07/08 9:57:08 AM#1

Hi there i just wondered what the end part of the game is like? Is there raiding groups? or High end dungeons to explore for decent equipment? Quests to gain decent equipment? you get my drift, thanks.

  dand3

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Joined: 7/24/03
Posts: 241

11/27/08 4:54:24 AM#2

So far, the end games have been unique; one approach has been to level a biped to maximum in one class, and then level in other classes.  You can acquire many (but not the most potent) skills of the added classes.  For example I maxed (level 100) Ranger, and had cleric to level 88 for basic resurrection and minor and medium heals; spiritist for spirit bolt, etc.  Another common endgame approach is to level your biped(s) as far as you want, then start a dragon toon; or vice versa.  The dragon game experience is quite different, being much more a quest-driven leveling game than biped.  Some players craft extensively; you can master as many crafts as you wish, without limitations.  For dragons, the crafting skills are spell making and laircrafting, again quite different from the biped armorers, tailors, etc.

There are a few epic bosses that do drop fancy loot; not my sort of thing, so I can't say much about it. 

Recently, the devs have been working at creating a large labyrinth dungeon;  it sounds as if it may be getting close to beta.  New critters, beginning to sound very interesting.

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