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Sunday, 3 July 2011

Eden Eternal

Eden Eternal is a free to play MMORPG, I found it while looking at some forums and the screen shots seemed interesting. It's summer so I don't really have much to do so I decided to give it a try and see what it's like.
I did some quick research on the different classes and how the class system worked, and other aspects, then went and made my character.


You start off with only being able to be one of two classes, Warrior and Mage, Different classes have different requirements needed to unlock them, for example the Cleric class only requires you to be level 5, where as the Knight class requires you to be level 25 and have a level 20 Warrior. You also select a Heroic Trait, which is a bonus you can't change, but provide things like +12% HP and +12% MP or +10% Luck and +10% Crit damage.

You start off in a small town, and do some quests to gain exp, one interesting thing I noticed is it isn't a complete grindfest, until around level 38 there's always a storyline quest for you to do which all give decent exp, even if it's just "Go talk to that guy behind me". After then it does become a bit of a grind but there's still loads of quests that can be done to help speed up the process in the form of repeatable quests or guild quests.

Guild quests are quests that give you fame for your guild once you complete them, and once the guild has enough fame it levels up, at level 3 it is then able to get it's own town which is the only way to access endgame crafting and such.

There's also an item shop, which require real money in order to buy items, but if you don't feel like spending real money there's loads of people who buy the items then sell them for in-game gold, making it possible to aquire items from the item shop without having to spend any of your money.

Overall I've enjoyed this game quite a bit, the current levelcap is only 50, but I've had lots of fun playing this and recomend this to people who enjoy MMORPGs.

3 comments:

  1. eternal eden will never die!
    good game and review.
    +1 and following!

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  2. Sorry, but I won't try this. I've had my experience on F2P games with an aspect of using real money and the experience just doesn't match a retail game, there are just too many free MMORPGs out there, the market is really over saturated.

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  3. MMORPGs just don't hook me but I see the appeal.

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