dungeons and dragons online

Discussion in 'Free to grind' started by avaricey, Feb 6, 2010.

  1. avaricey

    avaricey Getting Started

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    hey guys just thought id pop in here and make it know (if you didnt already know) that DDO has been free to play for about 6 months i just found out last night and started my download before i went to bed. So ill be set to play alittle this weekend. If anybody in TOG is playing then post and let me know what server. Dont plan on being to serious with this game but it looked like a good one to jump on for a couple of hours storm a dungeon or 2 and log off.

    If anyone has played and could supply me with a review that would be great. if not ill be adding a review to this post in the next week.
     
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    Rickety Administrator Administrator Moderator

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    There is a brief review on the last page in the sticky post above.
     
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    avaricey Getting Started

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    thanks Rickety didnt see it there. Nice review by the way.I played for about 8 hours this weekend and I am enjoying the game alot. never playing D&D but playing lots of MMOs I was alittle nervous but it seems that character creation and leveling are going to be my only learning curve and it doest feel like they are trying to drain my pocket book which is good for F2P game. the game is worth anyones time i think just to see if its for you.
    the downloader installs pieces at a time getting you playing 15 to 30 mins after you start the download. which is one of the coolest ideas ive ever seen.:)
     
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    I like DDO a lot too but I've dropped it since hooking up with the folks in Runes of Magic.
     

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