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Ragnarok Eternal is a tale of burrito, grinding, cash shops, and griefers. Don't worry about today's date, this game requires a 12 week playthrough to complete. If you enjoyed the game, please support Gravity co. by following the Blizzard Diablo 3 model and purchase digital gears with real money in a balanced multiplayer game.

Stockholders, chocolate, etc, happy april fools.

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now the NG version had a lot of the flashy effects thrown out of the window because there are too many flash apps on the screen already

so if you want to play the version with full effects and NO LAG, follow this link:

http://tinyurl.com/cy563w f
(^remember to remove the space)

Sorry for not working this out properly.

--- known issues ---
1. jumping through lava pit will make your character disappear: please do not attempt to access unfinished content
2. slide kicking Zealotus to death will make your character disappear: my bad

also will include map and keyboard based dialogue in future releases, thanks for the complaints, meant a lot.

Reviews


pooploser9000pooploser9000

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 22, 2012

Disregard the flaws, i love it!
i registered just to comment here, do make the 2nd part soon :D
also dude i gotta know the background music you used on the two areas, thanks~



DBinitiateDBinitiate

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 19, 2012

Great game overall.
Me and my brother both played through this game and I'll say how we ended.

I started with 1 extra Vit and Int. First skills were Bash and Bladebeam. I got through the first few areas with some difficulty due to my low speed. After the first boss, I had improved Bash. This made things a lot easier. I ended with nearly all skills, level 10 and 1 str, 1 dex, 2 agi, 3 vit, 3 int. ('ended' as in 'defeated the improved bosses') I mainly used the steel sword, but switched to the fire sword when needed.

My brother started with 1 extra Str and Agi. His first skill was Evasion. After some screens of difficulty, he got Ku Ha Dan. The knockback effect made him breeze through the rest of the game up untill the third normal boss. He then had to train a little due to being outnumbered. He ended with a reasonable amount of skills (having less than me due to no extra points in Int) and 3 str, 3 dex, 2 agi, 1 vit, 1 int. His favorite weapon was the polearm, even though his kick was his most potent attack.

Conclusion:
No matter how you start, you will eventually become just as powerful as any other character.

Hints:
Ku Ha Dan may very well be the most effective attack in the game. I recommend taking it if you start off with 2 Agi.
Bash is incredibly powerful, but needs to charge. If you have the necessary speed or vitality, it's a quite good pick. By the way, it can be activated in mid-air.
Int is not really necessary for any survivability, but grants different dialogues and more skills.
A really obvious and effective combo is Rising Blade and Dropping Slam. It's hard to get both on the same target, though.


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ShadowWhoWalks responds:

It's hard to balance encounters when you have a skill tree, so I really appreciate the info.


CalmingEffectCalmingEffect

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 18, 2012

Best game on ng!! by far, cant wait till the next one!!!



ovuaghnovuaghn

Rated 5 / 5 stars April 15, 2012

Great game , i hope you will continue work on part two an let us bring over our already stacked charecters.
Best of luck, to you and everyone else out there doing the same thing.



NLStormNLStorm

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars April 14, 2012

I love this game! It's got a Castlevania-ish feel to it. The soundtrack is phenomenal as well.