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Myth War II Online: Duel City Debuts

Posted by TurtleGirl On July - 8 - 2009

In Myth War II Online, you might think you’d be too busy with quests, or the abundance of events and activities to have a chance to duel, but you’d be wrong.



 
Venturing through the tangled streets of Blython or the wooded vale of Woodlingor, and one of the things you’ll notice is the abundance of players dueling. In the street, on the lawn in front of the church, and especially near the Guild NPC, dueling is a litmus test for the most elite characters, and a simple way to see how effective a new character build or pet build is. It can be something done to pass the time while waiting for a team to gather, or a way to settle a rivalry between elite veterans. Some players even seem to use it as a way to enhance the trade value of a pet, by showing the quick and efficient way a particular pet can dispatch with enemies. However, it’s the life or death struggle for supremacy that really fuels player’s passions. Finding out who is the best and then struggling to defeat that player and take his place. This is the one element that simple duels lack, organization. With no stage to showcase their prowess, dueling will always be informal and unheralded – bragging rights without the proof. Take a look at the screenshots to judge for yourself.

 
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