Astonia review:Developed by Intent Software for Windows.
Astonia is a free online role-playing game (MMORPG). Join this vast fantasy world as either a Mage or Warrior and explore the game world with thousands of other players. Make friends, amass huge amounts of game gold, create a powerful character or simply have fun playing this game.
CLASSES AND EQUIPMENT
Warrior class players (Warriors, Seyans, Arch Warriors, Arch Seyans) are the only classes who can wear "classic" style armor (chest pieces, leggings, sleeves, etc.). Mages (Mages, Arch Mages) cannot wear "classic" style armor, but there are other protective items that they can wear, such as pants, hats, capes, etc.
SKILLS AND ATRIBUTES
Four attributes form the base for most other skills and spells. These are Wisdom, Intuition, Agility and Strength. You must use the right combination of these attributes to enhance your most important skills.
Each skill and spell is based on three of the attributes. The actual skill/spell level is calculated by adding the attributes and dividing them by 5 (plus adding the skill, of course).
In addition to the skills system, characters can learn up to four individual professions. Characters can gain profession points (PPS) by raising a skill called "Profession." At level 20, every character acquires this skill. All classes can raise this skill to level 25 (arches to 50). Each individual Profession maxes at level 25.
All clans depend on one commodity, Jewels. Jewels are used to pay the lease for the clan hall and to provide any clan bonuses the clan desires. Jewels can be found in special rooms that are easy to recognize by the blue pedestal they contain. Any blue pedestal might hold Jewels. Anyone can obtain Jewels, but unless properly stored, they deteriorate very fast. Storing Jewels in a clan vault keeps them fresh. If two clans are at war, their members can kill each other - regardless of level - in all clan areas. Clan areas are the clan halls and other specially marked places. The rooms containing Jewels are marked as arenas, so anyone can kill anyone else in there, but without loss of items or experience. If two clans are at feud, all their members within a three-level range can attack each other, no matter where they are, unless the area is a peaceful zone.
The Macro Daemon is an NPC (Non Player Character) who may appear to you from time to time and ask you a simple math question which you must answer within five minutes to avoid a punishment. Once you answer his question correctly, he goes away. His purpose is to help safeguard against players trying to use macros (small executable programs) to unfairly gain experience or levels.
300mhz processor with a 4MB graphics card
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