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Wartune

Publisher : Aeria Games, R2 Games

Status : Launched

Subscription Model : Free to Play

Release Date : October 25, 2012

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mmorpg

Genre : RPG Guilds : Yes Grind : Medium
Graphics : 2D High PVP : Yes Population : Low
Price : Free PVE : Yes System Requirements : Low
Crafting : No Originality : Low Distribution : Digital Download
Sound Effects : Low Character Customization : Low Violence : Low
Item Mall : Type : Fantasy Platform : Client Based

Wartune Overview

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  • Three unique classes: Knight, Archer, and Mage.
    • Mages: as Masters of Magic, Mages can summon powerful spells to both attack enemies and heal allies.
    • Knights: in their iron-clad armor, are capable of wielding two-handed weapons to stun forces and slice enemies in twain! Knights can also raise a mighty shield to protect their friends.
    • Archers: with their speed and stealth, are known for their use of ranged attacks and sniper abilities. Coupled with specialized attack methods, the Archer is a force to be reckoned with!
  • Astral System: In addition to your skills and stats, Wartune features an innovative Astral System where you can collect and synthesize stars in thousands of different combinations to give your character the unique edge it deserves.
  • Daily Adventures: Wartune has over 20 daily quests and 20 Bounty quests you can do every day to gain gold, experience, and other valuable loot! With so much to do, you will never be bored.
  • PvP Battles: Wartune features 2 types of PvP battles, one-on-one battles and group arenas. You can either choose to battle opponents one-to-one, or you and your friends or guild mates can battle other small groups in an open arena. May the best player win!
  • Hundred Player BOSS Battles: you never need to go it alone! Every day, various bosses spawn and anyone can join the fight to take them down! But only the players who do the most damage will receive rewards. How much damage will you do?
  • Quick Time Event (QTE) Combat System: A classic problem with turn-by-turn combat in the past has been the lack of involvement by the player in the action. You just click and the combat runs its self. With Wartune’s QTE system, you choose your action, but then must put in a random series of keys in a short timeframe to give your attack an added boost! You are directly involved in the game combat for the whole battle!
 

Chapter 1

Legend tells of a magic artifact called the God’s Harp.

The God’s Harp is an artifact that was used to create the universe and even the lesser gods by the High Goddess herself; the power of it is beyond imagination. Where it originally came from, no one knows. But these lesser gods grew to desire its great power and a great war broke out among the gods of light and dark to gain control of it. This was known as the Seraphic War. Eventually, the High Goddess poured out all her power and split the harp into many pieces before she sank into deep sleep. Saliora, the Goddess of Light, made an alliance with Dibalis, the God of the Underworld, to rule the world as king and queen and never wage battle for power again.

For a time, the universe seemed safe and peace returned to the world. But no one suspected that somewhere beyond the gods’ perception, a horrible dark space, the Void, was growing.

Countless kinds of evil have been growing rapidly in the Void, and casting their greedy eyes on the bright and glorious world of mankind. But their disordered nature made them unable to organize into an army, until one day, someone stood up and became their leader: Yaros, the King of Destruction.

There is a description of Yaros in an old epic poem: “Even Death fears his horror. Eternal fires of hell burns on his crimson skin; wings of abyss extend on the back of his giant body. Where ever he goes, even the air shall burn.”

Yaros was the eldest son of Dibalis and Saliora. Inspite of their desire for peace, Yaros grew to love power, and worship, and bloodshed. Yaros rebelled against his parents and began to wage war against the creatures of the Void, in the shopes of beating them into submission. But they were too strong for him. But his younger brother, Ibalize, was a great tactician and a well organized being. Eventually, Yaros corrupted his younger brother and convinced him to lead his armies into the Void. Ibalize became a great military leader and became his brother’s greatest general. Yaros and Ibalize easily defeated the creatures of the Void and their army grew by the thousands. Yaros, Ibalize, and their abysmal troops then turned their eyes on the world of man. The smoke of war enveloped the whole world. The three continents, Gaia, Anapix, and Aegon, were all burning with the fires of war. Countless beautiful and fertile plains and forests turned into barren deserts and swamps.

The human warriors tried their best to resist. But in front of Yaros’ overwhelming power, they only fell into despair. Fortunately, the humans still had a great hero — a sacred sword master Aklorn.

Aklorn, the strongest man of the Yaloran Empire, the only human civilization organized into a united force, decided to remove the main source of this war, the military commander Ibalize. To this end, the Yaloran High Priest endowed one of the God’s Harp shards to Aklorn, along with all hope of humankind’s survival.

Aklorn knew he would never return. No one knows exactly what happened during the battle between the sacred sword master and Ibalize; both of them just vanished in the end. The humans lost their great hero, but Yaros lost his greatest ally and general and the abysmal troops once again fell into chaos, not able to launch any single powerful attacks again.

After all the years of fighting evil, the humans are fatigued to the extreme; the beast races, though chaotic with no central leader, still rampage the land, seizing their chance and taking over the humans territories, one by one. In these turbulent days, people are longing for peace, they are looking for a savior, and a new chapter is waiting to be opened…

 
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1 Comment
  • Alessandro
    March 6, 2013

    Great game overall, graphics are great for a browser game. You get to choose between 3 classes ~ Archer, Mage and Knight, each class has his own expertise which can be very addictive, The only downside of the game is its Pay2Win system.

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