Medievia is the final word when it comes to text based MMORPGS. Trust me when I say graphical MMORPGs can't hold a candle to Medievia. Medievia will appeal to hardcore, casual, and social gamers all while keeping gameplay balanced for everyone without isolation. Here are some things that have caught my eye that you may like to know.
IMMERSION: If that's what you're looking for you're going to get it. The codebase is well done with bugs practically nonexistent. Descriptions for areas/zones is excellent with repetition minimal and creativity abundant. Might I add that quality is consistant throughout the game, even in the player created 'clan towns'. Character naming is regulated so you won't find people with stupid names wandering about unlike commercial games. Server stability is also good; Crashes and restarts do happen but the downtime is very small, usually back up in less than a minute.
COMMUNITY: The playerbase is quite friendly for the most part. You will find people willing to help newer players and social chatter is common. What you won't find is roleplaying, which is a shame because Medievia has the potential to have one of the best 'stages' for roleplaying in my opinion. The staff doesn't seem interested in trying to get any roleplaying activity going, however they don't appear to frown apon it either. This in my opinion is the only serious flaw of Medievia.
FEATURES: I'm not going to list a bunch of features because Medievia has pretty much every feature needed to make a complete and good game. Instead I'm going to describe stuff in Medievia you're not going to find anywhere else. The wilderness is Medievia's strongest feature. If you use the special font designed specificlly for Medievia you'll be amazed at what the wilderness looks like. If one were to wander around the wilderness before entering a text area you'd think you were playing an old graphical game.. which for a text game is brilliant! Not only that but it's huge, walking on foot to get to areas would take far too long. But fear not.. dragon flight is available for quick transportation. There are many more features unique to Medievia and trying to describe any more would make this too long, eitherway you won't be disappointed.
FINAL THOUGHTS: Two things I will bring up that will probably be of concern to some players. One which I already said.. that which is lack of any roleplaying. Medievia is free in almost every sense and casual players need not worry but if you're a hardcore gamer and you want to be competitive you're probably going to want to donate to Medievia when you near the end-game. (Which is essentially pay-for-perks, but not nearly as bad as it sounds because in the long run it's MUCH cheaper than commerical MMORPGS.) Other than that.. Medievia has it all. As I said above.. the final word when it comes to text based MMORPGs. Now stop reading and go play!
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