Trying the Free Online Game of Medievia

If you have not heard of it there is a game called Medievia which is an online game for people to play. The game is what people call a MUD which is short for Multi-User Dungeon or in a short a large online multi player RPG. Generally speaking these games are text based and Medievia fits this perfectly. A simple way to put is probably a pure text based version of a game such as World of Warcaft or the online version of dungeons and dragons. The game dates back several years all the way back to 1991 and people have played it ever since then.

The game is very simple being in the same vein as dungeons and dragons or a similar game you simply choose a class at the start of the game. Your choices are Thief, Warrior, mage and Cleric. It plays like your standard RPG game except everything is done completely by text. It’s rather difficult to expand on the true depth of the game but I’ll try to give a basic idea. At the start you do your usual things in most RPG games. You explore dungeons, kill monsters, level up and collect gold. However once you begin to level up the number of things which you can do increases rather dramatically.

So far the only class I have played in depth is the Cleric which I’ve managed to level all the way up to upper twenties, your max level is thirty two. Some of the reasons why the game can get so in depth and complex is because once you reach level thirty two sbobet things aren’t actually over, just like any good multiplayer RPG. Once you reach this level you have the option to become level one, keep all your old skills or magic, and begin all over again as a new class which essentially allows you to multiclass. On top of this there are a new endless number of dungeons, zones, towns and cities to explore all which have NPC characters who are a part of the story of the area.

They can give you quests which can reward you with experience gold or other things. There are dozens of clans you can join to network and play with other players or you can even do things such as buy items and take them in a caravan to sell at other towns. You can ride horses, dragons, buy a home, get married to start your own blood line and have children, these children then become playable characters which you can give to other people and you can do other things such as buy your own ship or start your own business. So it’s hard to truly put in perspective everything which you can do in this game. I’ll be honest that I haven’t personally gone as deep into this game as you can or as other people have. However I have been playing the game on and off for several years now.

I’ve been in lots of dungeons and zones, gone on trade routes, joined clans and overall just had a lot of fun. The nice thing about this game is that it’s very much no pressure if you choose to do it that way. Like I said I’ve been playing the game on and off for years now and I’ve never had to worry about my account being deleted no matter how long I left it idle. The game is very intuitive with most commands being what you would expect, typing S makes you move south, N makes you move North, rest makes you sit down and rest, etc. As you can guess since it is a game it is somewhat limited on what you can do but the game creators have expanded it so much that there are very few limits on everything. As an RPG it plays extremely well giving you all of the usual stats which such a game needs.

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