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Posted: Sep 7th 2011 11:37PM DevilSei said

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My interest in this game was already peaked earlier from some gameplay videos, and I have to say reading through that and some other things... I have cautious optimism about it. There is mention of a character only having access to one crafting profession (and only one slot per account).
I'm a little iffy about the player-to-NPC conversion that takes place when you log off. You can get enslaved, help other players, and the like as an NPC which means when you come back, you'll be in a different location possibly. There is limits to the system of course, but still... not too sure what to think of it.

I just hope the guy doesn't pull a Peter Molyneux with the game. It's F2P to be sure, but it does all sound promising. No mention about NA servers though, just the usual Asian areas as well as Europe.

Posted: Sep 8th 2011 1:28AM Saker said

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@DevilSei I'm likewise cautiously optimistic about this game. It does sound, and look of a much higher quality then most these days.
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Posted: Sep 8th 2011 3:02AM bobfish said

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@DevilSei

Even if they don't manage to do it all, it will likely still be one of the best Chinese MMOs to come to our shores and real indication of growth in MMO design from their developers (rather than the cut n paste jobs they've been doing for the last few years).
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Posted: Sep 8th 2011 7:26AM MetaReal said

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I'm also looking for this MMO and pleased it will be available in EU.

I also like that : """Age of Wulin has a save path system, where players can use the routes veteran players use. Or simply save their own paths for personal use during the 2nd time."""

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