Why I decided to play crowfall
My very first RPG I had every played was Utlima 8. The things that you could do were amazing and unlike anything I played on console systems. I then found and played Ultima Online from 1998-2012 and then free servers off and on from 2014-current. I tried WoW and a few free to play MMORPGS but nothing provided me with the feel of UO. The PvP, stealing, harvesting, crafting, housing customization, and the ability to grief other players has proven, still to this day, superior to all other games in my opinion.
Once I started watching, Crowfall: A Murder of Crows, it turns out that a lot of the people behind Crowfall have some dealings with UO. Not just the mentioning of UO but their backgrounds and stories also made me super excited and inspired. The ideas for this game seem amazing and I think this might be my new Ultima Online. I haven't been this excited for a new game in forever-ever and I've been sitting with the pledge page bookmarked in my bookmark manager for about 2-3 weeks now and decided that today was the day. Made a deal with the wife to sell off some comics and music equipment. I'm in this big time!
Crowfall Siege and Destruction + Siege Perilous First Impressions
What i think they should do with the healer classes is that they have long cooldowns on healing abillities. I don't want to take damage just because i'm healing. Between the cooldowns you could have some sort of DPS abillities too.
LASTEST CROWFALL LIVE! FAQ
Crowfall is a new type of massively multiplayer online roleplaying game (MMORPG). We call it a throne war simulator because it is a mix of a traditional MMO with a large-scale strategy game.
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When can I download Crowfall and play?
The download link says not authorized. When do I know if I am? Edit: Yea, found out I am an early backer with Beta-2. I would swear it included Alpha before, but I guess it didn't. Thanks for the information.