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Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Dungeons and Dragons Online

Dungeons & Dragons Online takes place in a story setting known as Eberron. Intrigue lurks around every corner and magic drives technology in this unique genre of sword and sorcery. Threats from monsters and invaders are constant, and noble houses and factions engage in political struggles for power. From familiar races like elves and dwarves to mysterious new entities like warforged and quori, Eberron is a world of action, adventure, and danger! Read on for more information about this exciting backdrop for the Dungeons & Dragons Online experience!


Your adventures in Dungeons & Dragon Online begin on the wild and untamed continent of Xen’drik! A tropical land of Eberron, it is home to a variety of terrains, flora, and fauna. From tall snowy peaks jutting unexpectedly from tropical jungle, to scorching, sandy wastelands, Xen’drik is shrouded in mystery and is the perfect place to shape your fate!
Earn a name for yourself in the trade city of Stormreach
Investigate feral wildernesses and outposts
Defend settlers of the islands and shorelines of Xen'drik
Combat hostile tribes of monsters and bandits

Cut your path into the wild continent that is Xen’drik today! To learn more, read our other Game Info articles, or log in today with a free trial!


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20 comments:

  1. Haven't played D&D since I lost my virginity. Maybe I should take another look.

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  2. sometimes i wish i could sprint around attacking everyone. this game might be a good outlet for those urges.

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  3. nice i love never winter night 2

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  4. DnD online can never match the awesomeness of the P&P version. If I play an MMO however this would be it (or TOR when that comes out).

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  5. I haven't played DnD since I watched Sucio having sex. One man can only see so much magic until he can stand it no longer.

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  6. Never played looks pretty cool though.

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  7. Ehhh... doesn't look like the kind of MMO I'd play...

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  8. WoW will always be the best mmo, until Titan comes out. Sorry breh.

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  9. This look pretty fun. I just pay for so many MMOs. Have you tried out the DC Universe Online Beta yet?

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  10. well nothing can beat wow i guess

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  11. I've been debating giving this a go.

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  12. Dungeons and dragons a true classic

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  13. I used to own a game store, and would host lan parties where the customers would play this for 2-3 days straight. It always looked like fun but I never gave it a shot.
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  14. I have never played DnD online and i don't think I will. I enjoy world pvp too much in mmo's to play a game that doesn't have any. Maybe I'll have to try this out just to see if I like it , meh dunno

    great post

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  15. As much as I love DnD, I'm only into MMOs for the PvP.

    The game looks neat, though! Very nice review. :)

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