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I used the paerver to gain an insight in Riders of Icarus

Travelogue Entry
Tags: Riders of Icarus
City: Faro, Portugal

I used the paerver to gain an insight on how the combat system and the taming system generally works and how fun the pve aspect is.

The only part I did not cover was the p2w aspect and the later, expansion filled areas. Which I am equally in the dark about.

I didn’t know what this subs rules were when talking about or posting private ROI Gold, so I didn’t post anything about it. But I mentioned it after.

Everything I have reviewed in my post, is relevant to the eu/Na release, and thus can be used for that. My source is the private server, but since I have not included perks from the private server, into the review, then it plays no part apart from being the source material.

If I was to review the private server, I would add in things like the perks gained by being on the particular server.

I don’t know where the US servers are hosted, I’m going to be playing on the EU servers since I’m from the EU.

Gyazo tends to have problems with phones sadly.
there are no battlegrounds, but there is a massive open world PvP zone, Exarahn Basin. Most of the PvP goes on there, but you can duel anywhere.

One of the first Korean MMOs I’ve had a good time playing.
For once there’s a Korean MMO without a shitty and convoluted UI to Buy Riders of Icarus Gold. One of the first things I noticed when I started playing.
Taming mounts is also pretty badass.
Combat is pretty clunky right now and laggy but that’s fine.

For once there’s a Korean MMO without a shitty and convoluted UI. One of the first things I noticed when I started playing.

What was that other MMO where you could tame dragons? That came out a while back? At least it’s better than that.