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Rohan: Blood Feud is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG). The game is a rich and expansive persistent online world, set on the continent of Rohan. The land is full of quests to embark upon, from simple to glorious. Friends and enemies will be made and lost, spectacular battles will be fought, and an abundance of unique game features will keep players on the edge of their gaming seats. There are many features of the game that set it apart from more traditional MMORPGs, including: REVENGE: Players who have been slain in-game by another will have their killers automatically recorded on their 'Hit List'. Once resurrected, the slain can teleport to their killers for a chance at revenge. TOWNSHIP BATTLES: In-game groups - called 'guilds' - have the opportunity to rule each town within Rohan. Other guilds may wage civil war with the ruling guild, with the chance to gain control of their own. In addition to treasure & riches, the right to tax all commercial exchanges within the town for one week goes to the winner.

Total Rating: 6.88
Reviews: 8

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Post Date: 04:16 28-04-2011
Rating: 8
Author: ruki114
Comment: Not quite as good as most MMORPGs but still nice
many quests
easy money
good classes
Cons:hard to travel by foot to another town(you must resort to portal stones)
ridiculous monster leveling
NOT fun unless you have a GUILD

Post Date: 02:38 30-12-2010
Rating: 7
Author: hack10
Comment: Rohan is a 3D MMORPG with fantasy theme and high quality graphics. The game has various of classes up to 7. The game has tutorial system when you completed them, you will recieve the rewards. The game has great music and focus on PVP, also the game has lots of dungeons and large maps. Basically, if you want to lv up fast, just do the quests.

Post Date: 11:16 07-05-2009
Rating: 4
Author: sesaqui
Comment: Bored to death at level 30+. Why? It's the gameplay. Boring, monotonous endlessly repetitive key mashing over and over again... and community for me seems to be quite non-existent. I also find an overemphasis on gambling that gets sickening after a while - just skip the animation and tell us what we get already.

And the world is so big travel is painfully slow. Would be actually nice if there were loads of things to do.. but no - just grinding endlessly. Even quests (storyline) are boring. I give it a 4 for painful monotony.

Nonetheless, I do like the fortifying system and the auction.

Post Date: 20:43 28-03-2009
Rating: 8
Comment: One of the best mmos out there imo, and most of the endgame is pvp, give it a try.

Post Date: 18:14 31-10-2008
Rating: 9
Author: mazen3462
Comment: this game has some really good graphics and some really awesome races but the gameplay sometimes gets a little boring so i think it should be 9.

Post Date: 16:43 24-09-2008
Rating: 1
Author: satyrion
Comment: The game was fun for 2 hours but than it got very boring. The game lacks features and content. The graphic is also very outdated and the whole game seems pretty pointless and boring. I played to lvl 33 and than deleted it because it was the same over and over and over and over and over again.

Post Date: 07:33 13-06-2008
Rating: 9
Author: TSamee
Comment: Despite some patching errors on the 1st few days of the open beta (an 'invalid version' error shows up when you try to log in), this is an AMAZING game. The patching problems have been mostly solved now, and this is now a must-try game for any MMO fan.
The combat is turn-based, like WoW, but different races with different skills attack at different speeds (e.g: The Dhan and Dekan races are faster in combat than the other races, so they get between 3 and 6 attacks with a very fast weapon at n00b level), which adds some balance fun to the combat if your class doesn't do much damage per hit but is very fast. The game feels very similar to WoW, but you get skills through a system similar to WoW's talent points, and can also assign another type of points to your various attributes (like in Titan Quest and most other action RPGs). The WSAD movement can be a bit buggy at times, but feels much better than most free MMOs. The game also gives you the option to left-click on a spot and move to it (like in Runescape). However, Rohan does have some unique features though, such as a Revenge System hit list (a list of players which have killed you, so that you can teleport back to them later on and kill them). This feature adds some more depth to PVP (unfortunately, though, you can't PK until level 30). Assassination mode is another PVP feature. Dhans and Dekans (two of the game's races) can go to a persona changer in a Dhan or Dekan city and have them change their persona to Assassination Mode, or from Assassination Mode to Peace Mode ( Peace Mode lets you see the names of other peaceful players and form Parties with other players. Players who have Assassination Mode on do not show their names, only their race above their head in red.) In Assassination Mode, only your race can be seen above your head by other players, and you can't see other players' names either. You get more XP for killing players, and (I'm not sure about this, though) your name does not show up in their Hit List. However, if you are killed in Assassination Mode, you have a chance of drooping your items and you lose more XP than usual. I'm not quite sure what Township Battles are about (maybe for guilds to fight over and conquer, like in Age of Conan)

The races are pretty much like most standard MMO races (Imperial Human, Half-Elf, Dark Elf, High Elf, etc.), except for the Dhans and Dekans, who have access to unique features like Dragon Form for Dekans. Races start out with a default class, and can then choose one of two sub-classes at level 50. Oh, and the soundtrack rocks, but I haven't been playing long enough to get a serious feel of the game's community. And here's a semi-useful tip: The game automatically chooses the server with a recommended population when you log in, not the one which your characters are on, so remember the name of your server.

Post Date: 22:02 09-06-2008
Rating: 9
Author: zabel666
Comment: This game is reminiscent of sro when it first went into open beta. This game is innovative, has superb graphics for a relatively new game, and has a mellifluous soundtrack. The games armor isnt as impressive as it could be, but for a game that only recently came out of closed beta, it looks super good. Keep your eye out for this game.

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