MMORPG Games are unique games — they let hundreds or even thousands of players get together & socialize online, while at the same time working together to develop their characters. In a word, they can be a lot of fun, and seem almost addictive at times. This fun, however, usually comes with a down side. Popular MMO games like World of Warcraft, and EVE Online charge monthly subscription fees that you have to pay in order to play, and the average subscription is around a month. There is, however, an alternative: Free2Play MMORPG's. Free to play MMORPGs work on a micropayment model, where optional premium items can be bought in cold-hard cash, but the game itself is free to play from month to month. This guide's purpose is to point out the best Free 2 Play MMORPG Games out there.
Best Free MMORPG Games:
Runes of Magic
Runes of Magic seems almost like a WoW clone at times, and has too many great features to even begin to cover here, but one that I can't not point out is RoM's dual-class system:
When you first start Runes of Magic, you will choose your primary class: warrior, scout, priest, knight, mage, rogue, druid or warden.When you reach level 10, you can add a secondary class. There are up to 40 individual class combinations, each of which has its own unique set of elite skills.
Generally, all classes in Runes of Magic can serve as either the primary or secondary class. To make your secondary class your primary class or vice versa, you must visit a special class trainer, such as the one in Varanas. You have full access to the complete level-based skill set of your active primary class, but only the non-specific skill set of your secondary class is available.
Character attributes of the secondary class equal 10 percent of those of the primary class.Experience, attribute and talent points are applied only to the active primary class, and the level of the secondary class cannot exceed the level of the primary class. To level the secondary class, you have to register it with any class trainer as your primary class.
Perfect World International
PWI is a hard game to describe if you're not familiar with it, and even more difficult if you're not familiar with the concept of MMORPG's, so all I can really say is give it a try. One interesting feature that makes this game stand out is the combat damage system. In PWI there are three areas of combat: land, air, and water. Attacking something in one area from another area causes a reduction in both the damage dealt and the damage received. For maximum damage, make sure you attack land mobs while on the ground, water mobs while swimming, and air mobs while flying.
Dungeons & Dragons Online: Eberron Unlimited
Dungeons & Dragons (D&D) is one of the most cherished Role Playing Games of all time. From the dreadful Beholders to the Majestic dragons, who could ever resist the first Role Playing Game that bedazzled the world of gaming? Although Gary Gygax and Dave Arneson managed to hook people with such a display of imagination, could a Massively Multiplayer Online (MMO)
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