I played this game for a year, so I got some lots and lots of experience. It's a medium pace game, so you don't have to intensely stare at the screen like how high pace games do it. It's not to slow pace either. If you say it's slow pace, try doing a dungeon. It's also where you play as a furry wolf of your coloring.
First, the game slowly gets updated. You are in no rush to do anything. You can do stuff you need to do in RL without thinking about your next plan to grind in time for a particular event. Along with updates, you can directly contact the creator; you can provide feedback by using "/feedback" and he himself will check on the report. He also plays this, so have fun playing with him; moreover, you can contribute an art or an idea to him when he's online. He will check how everyone is usually doing!
Secondly, it is heavily team influenced. Or it can be said it is heavily reliant to help each other and be friendly to each other. People help each other a lot, but that doesn't mean they're going to give you a bunch of resources (they have a life too!). You need people to run a dungeon together. No one wants to help a meanie. Almost everyone that plays Paw'd knows each other. Guilds are a REALLY great way to stay in contact with each other.
------> Chat stuff: You are able to put links in there! People can copy and paste stuff, so you can share links. You are able to quickly switch between different chats (guild, party, whisper, allies, say). In regular chat, item you picked up will appear in here, also any announcements.
Third, there is no competition because there is no ranks or extreme PvP (Player v.s. Player). There is no ranks for a reason, which is to not inspire any hated rivalry. You can have a fun time playing with your skills against other players in PvP, with only your skills and knowledge about the other team. Also, at 10PM GMT (3PM Pacific Time), there is TvT (Team v.s. Team), which is called the Battle for Schwartzwald Castle! Lots of people usually get on during this time; therefore, lots of dungeon runs after TvT.
Fourth, there are dungeons (if you didn't get it already). Each dungeon is challenging. The usual team is a healer (priest), a DPS (damage per second) person, and a tank (warrior) who will take all the hits for the team. The tank will be healed by the healer, while the DPS keeps fighting the boss before the situation gets worse. After each boss fight, (ANY boss fight, even ones outside of dungeons) there is a log that recorded all of your actions. You can view these logs any time until they are deleted; this is helpful to tell what happened.
Fifth, you are able to tag your session. This will save the entire session of what you did in like a video. You have to go to the website to check it. Then, you can record the actual tagged session with your own recording software. You can also take screenshots and it'll save on the account on the actual website.
Sixth, this is on newgrounds. If you play from Newgrounds, you can play with your Newgrounds account; however, you cannot access your account on the website. I found a way; you take a screenshot and go to the link which has your screenshot, which will automatically sign you in. But other than that, you won't be able to access your videos or screenshots.