Be a Supporter!

Murloc RPG 2: Episode 1

rated 4.37 / 5 stars
Share Links:
Adventure - RPG

Credits & Info

Sep 12, 2011 | 3:59 PM EDT

If you liked this, check these out!


Log in to save your medals! Don't have an account? Create one for free!

Game Over? 10 Points Congratulations! You beat the game!
Just one more! 10 Points Unlocked 20 chests with Lock Pick or Skeleton Keys.
Handyman 25 Points Completed all the quests in Camp Gizbo.
Rich 25 Points Have 5 gold or more at one point in the game.
Lucky Fishing Hat 50 Points Lucky enough to loot a rare world drop!
Circle of Blood Secret Medal: Unlock this medal to view its details!
Serenity of the Forsaken Secret Medal: Unlock this medal to view its details!
All Glory to the Doom Frog! Secret Medal: Unlock this medal to view its details!

Author Comments

In development for over a year, I'm proud to present the sequel to the hit flash game Murloc RPG! I've always wanted to play a Murloc in World of Warcraft but knew that wasn't going to happen, so I took matters into my own hands and made a Murloc game myself!

This game has gotten so big, I had to split it into episodes. Will you see Murloc RPG 2: Episode 2? That's up to the fans to decide!

* 3 completely unique classes
* 130+ items!
* Lots of quests, monsters and areas to explore!
* 12+ unique abilities for each class!
* Fully customizable hotkeys
* Export your save to future episodes!
* Authentic World of Warcraft inspired experience!
* And much more!

Masked Villain is not affiliated with Blizzard or World of Warcraft in any way. This is a fan game, made with love.

Note: Some people reported a graphical slow-down after playing for too long. To fix this issue, save your game and refresh the page. Turning off effects from the settings might help too!


Use the arrow keys or A and D to move left and right. Left-click to interact. Hold-shift to auto-loot or buy/sell a stack of items.

The rest of the controls can be found in-game. All of the controls can be customized from the Game Menu under Key Bindings.


Version 1.43n - 9/21/11

Fixed Arena random battle freezing

Version 1.42n - 9/19/11

Enraged Regeneration now heals 50% of base health and is named properly
Improved inventory performance
Healing Wave now heals 10 health per round
Added missing graphic for dwarven axe
Fixed Ghost Wolf stuck bug
Fixed Thorntusk save glitch
Misc. typo fixed

Version: 1.3n - 9/17/11

Huge performance upgrade!
Misc. improvements

Version: 1.2n - 9/15/11

Added save importing and exporting everywhere! No more wiped saves!
Improved performance!
Fixed bugs: inventory disappearing, shop bug and game freezing
Fixed misc. typos

Version: 1.1n - 9/13/11

Fixed save importing, misc. bugs



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


But it was boring killing boars like in "Live to win" (South Park) :D
can`t w8 for the next chapter!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

I love that you did this, I miss WoW, I don't have a pc that can run it anymore or the money for a sub, this brings back fond memories lol, nice job

People find this review helpful!


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Its Fine and all but....

The import save function doesn't work. I went to the arena with my scout but the moment I try to enter combat the screen flashes and it pretty much crashes. Otherwise I had fun.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Great game a whole lot better than the last but... There is a bug with skeleton keys so if you buy them and beat the game then start a new game they don't apear in your inventory but you can still use them.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


This game was a great deal of fun. I enjoyed the seamless transition between active play and turn-based combat; it helped the game flow smoothly. The graphics were very well done, and gave the game a genuine World of Warcraft feel. I did feel a bit like the kids from South Park when I was grinding boars trying to get level 40, but the EXP requirements for the levels were so low that levels could be gained in pretty rapid succession. No one likes a grindfest, and fortunately the grinding in this game wasn't bad at all. The ability to import saves is a great idea, and gives you pretty much unlimited expansion capabilities.

The only gripe I have about this game is the lag; whether it's due to poor memory management or something else, it seems that the game starts to experience significant lag after a bit of play. This can be easily fixed by reloading the game, but it's a frustration regardless. I'm not sure if this is a problem or not, but the Battleaxe of the Sober Dwarf doesn't seem to have a sprite. When I attack, it looks like I'm punching people. Not really a problem since the damage still calculates properly, but I figured I'd mention it.

Now, if I can only beat that damned Doom Frog...

People find this review helpful!