I'm a newbie to Medievia, and apparently chose a difficult first class
(Warrior). Despite the difficulty of being pretty new and not very
good at pressing buttons and typing the right thing when I need to
(doh! don't kick *that* gnome, kick the *other* gnome! Uhm, uh oh...
where's the escape potio ... n ... er, well, never mind *sigh*).
I've found the community in-game and on discussion boards to be
friendly and helpful. The number of players logged-in during the early
morning (eastern US time) and during the evenings is staggering to me.
Just this morning I made level 21 and was the lowest level character
online of over 100 players *laugh*
There are over 500 zones and 4 *million* rooms. I don't know how much
of that is stock and wilderness, but the game has a handy feature to
suggest zones for a given level, level range, or party, and it always
lists about 20-30 zones for me when I ask. The puzzles are great (some
of the zones are mostyl MOB-free; they're just puzzles) and there's so
much to do. Yeah, it's not a game a newbie (well, at least, not a
newbie like me) is going to learn quickly, but learning a new game,
its mechanics, its geography, its people, and its inhabitants, is part
of the fun, isn't it?
I also like that I don't have to be involved *at all* in PK if I don't
want to be.
Two thumbs up!
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