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Dark Age of Camelot Game After playing massive multiplayer online role-playing games MMORPG such as Nexus Ultima Online EverQuest and Anarchy Online it would seem that I have seen it all and nothing could impress me more But that is not the case with Dark Age of Camelot Mythic Entertainment has let loose one of the best MMORPG I have played to date Dark Age of Camelot is set after the death of King Arthur who had successfully united his lands in peace However shortly after his death chaos ruled all of the three realms The three realms are Albion deceased King Arthurs realm Midgard realm of the Vikings and Hibernia realm of Celtic and magic Though the names vary from realm to realm the four basic classes to choose from are the familiar staples of all fantasy games fighters clerics healing class mages and thieves Every class is portrayed exactly as in the Arthurian Viking and Celtic myths Albion with the plate armor wearer Midgard with its troll and dwarf and Hibernia with the Elves and Celtics people Players start the game by first selecting one of three realms and then continue to the character selection screen Each realm is unique in appearance with theme music monsters and quests all tailored for that realm Players will then appear in a city with no possession and little ability The ways for players to go up or leveling are to pick up few quests venture forth and spend a great deal of time battling the easier monsters Spawn time and mana recycles are much faster than EverQuest molasses pacing which means less downtime and more adventuring Death carries much less of a penalty and below fifth level it carries none at all The game play in Dark Age of Camelot is very well thought out The game has brought to light many aspects that other MMORPGs failed to implement and also improved upon those that
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