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Offline philz50

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RomaVictor
« on: September 11, 2008, 08:37:06 AM »
Hello.

I play a Massively Multiplayer Online Roleplaying Game (mmorpg) called RomaVictor.  It a historically based game, set in Roman Britain along Hadrian?s Wall in the late 2nd Century.

RomaVictor has in-depth crafting and combat systems, Romans and barbarians, authentic clothing, weapons, buildings, and geography.  It is largely free-form, within a historical context.  It resembles an ancient life simulation with combat and political elements, almost all of which is player-driven. 

There are several types of player guilds, including House, Patrician House, Auxiliary, Legion, and Cult for Romans; and Warband, Tribe and Cult for barbarians.

The game is not complete, the player population small, and the pace of development slow.  The developer, RedBedlam, has a lot of work to do for sure.  But the game has a lot to offer, particularly for those with an interest in the history and cultures of Britain at the time.

Currently there is a lull in combat between Romans and barbarians.  It is a perfect time to get in the game and build skills, learn how it works, and get to know the community of RomaVictor.

For more information, check out the RomaVictor website at:
http://www.roma-victor.com/

For a look at the roleplay and events of a player legion, check out the 18th Legion?s website at:
http://legioxviii.net/

I?m in the 18th Legion if you couldn?t guess ;)