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  1. No other game I know mixes elements of RTS game with a MMO setting. Well maybe Savage XR but it's not really a MMO afaik. The game has started its Closed Beta phase and about ~500 players are playing the game. There were many improvements made like scrapping the passive training system and replacing it with a item-based progression. Performances also improved, so it's possible to get large-scale PvP battles with less lag. Gruesome mechanics are still part of the game : grave digging, decapathons, necromancy, etc. If someone wants to try the game, they can register an account on the official website and play for free.
  2. Anyone is playing Crowfall? It's an upcoming indie medieval MMORPG that focuses on strategy and PvP. It's dubbed "Game of Thrones meets EVE Online" and it's being developed by J Todd Coleman (Shadowbane, Wizard101, Pirate101) and Gordon Walton (Ultima Online, Star Wars Galaxies, Sims Online), two MMORPG industry veterans. The game features massive PvP battles, city building, complex crafting, seasons and day/night cycles, deep character advancement, and more. Beta is expected to begin this year and it's free to anyone who registers an account. Here's a video showing the game:
  3. francisbaud

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    Hello everyone, my name is Francis and I'm from Canada. Glad to be here!
  4. The last book I've read was "The subtle art of not giving a f*ck". Currently I'm not reading anything
  5. Me too, and I like when it's a mix between MMO and strategy games (e.g. Crowfall, Camelot Unchained, Dual Universe, EVE Online, etc.)
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