So as you advance, combat starts to take a quicker and quicker pace. As you advance in levels for classes such as Mages or Thieves, you start to fight and cast at blinding paces. Along with that, the strategies you need to kill certain enemies advance in difficulty.
But, the game is beyond that of course.
You see, the main appeal for me personally in the game was exploration and WoE or War of Emperium. Basically the GvG for the game. You see, you had masses of players gather together for the common goal of capturing a castle from another guild. Or defending it if they so happened to already own it. It was a wonderful thing because of the number of roles people could play.
I'm kinda hesitating saying anything because I'm not sure how I could capture the entire affair with words. So many parts of the game collaborate to create a greater whole.
Well, I wouldn't know exactly where to begin, but I'll try to explain as swiftly as I can muster. You see, with how the stats and classes work in the game, it's hardly surprising the pass increases with each level.
Let's take the thief class for instance, just be short and sweet. You see, attacks feel clunky at first because they are based on the stat called "Agility" or "Agi" for short; something the thief class monopolizes on.
Presumably, as you play through the game, you will be applying stats in way that increases this stat and as you increase in attack speed, combat becomes more fluid. In addition, you'll find yourself evading more attacks.
If your checking out RO for the first time, I wouldn't try it any other way than that of the original classic RO. I know it might feel stiff at first, but that's because the pace of gameplay increases with your level.
If you want, I can tell you what I mean, but I don't want to go on about it just yet. After all, I might end up going on a long ass speech without meaning to. Just like I am now
I've personally tried Ragnarok Online 2, but as someone who played the original RO I wasn't satisfied with the game.
I personally enjoyed the content in the original game more-- Oh, if your wondering, Ragnarok Online also hosts an official classic server. That might go to show you how much people liked the first one a lot. You don't have to go out of your way to find a private server to play a classic version of the game.
Anyway, Ragnarok Online 2. The graphics might be charming and the game is all around sound, but, it kind of makes the general RO experience generic. It's not much different from any other 3D MMO the way it is now and the original RO was just less linear.
Ugh. Well, hopefully other aspects make up for it! I started playing TO on a private server but would like an "official" game since it's not the same haha. I tried RO aaages ago and thought it was kind of stiff but maybe things'll change this time.