R.O.H.A.N. Eternal Vengeanceby Mikhail Feb 26, 2021 | 1 Votes | 58 Played | 0 Reviews 10 rate R.O.H.A.N. Eternal Vengeance is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game with a particular focus on PvP, thanks to its vengeance mechanic. Explore an enormous world full of war and magic as a human or many other available races, and battle other players in exciting PvP battles. Play Now Similar Games Played
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Old MMORPGs stay in the consciousness of older, long-time gamers. One of which is Rohan: Blood Feud, which dominated the MMO space across various regions because it looked better and seemed more advanced than its peers at the time. Cue 2021 and R.O.H.A.N. Eternal Vengeance, a rekindling of the old 2008 game, just with a slew of new gameplay mechanics and a focus on the game’s PvP aspect. The most notable feature is the vengeance system, which lets players avenge their deaths quickly against their killers. There’s also the renown system where you can obtain titles for completing specific objectives and taking down monsters.
However, apart from these, it’s the same old familiar game where you’ll get to explore a massive world full of monsters, dungeons, and other players. Though a dated game, will it be something you’d want to dive into? Let’s check out what it has to offer:
R.O.H.A.N. Eternal Vengeance’s story doesn’t exactly make itself known, except that it’s a whole new world, and there are countless quests from NPCs that will give you rewards for completing them. There’s a lot to do and numerous other places to explore, and although it’s not a game you’d play for the plot, you’ll likely enjoy the individual stories and dialogue.
R.O.H.A.N. Eternal Vengeance starts as your typical MMORPG. You’ll create a character from one of the seven races. These include:
- Dark Elf
Each race has its own specific set of classes that cater to a particular playstyle. For example, if you want to be a sturdy tank fighting in the frontlines, you’d like to be a Giant and choose the warrior class. However, if you prefer to deal damage from a safe distance, then selecting a half-elf archer is your best bet. Some classes and races cater to players who want an all-rounder (humans), mages (dark elf), and assassins (dhan).
Once you’ve created your character, the next step is to go through the typical MMO loop of fighting monsters, doing quests, and exploring the vast world. There’s no shortage of monsters to dispatch and tasks that can give you a fair amount of experience and rewards. However, note that there’s an experience boost for every 20th monster slain, so be sure to hunt a powerful one when you’ve reached that kill count!
Apart from the typical monster grind, there’s also the usual forging and crafting, which means you’ll also have to gather and extract materials. You can forge equipment via the weaponsmith, shieldsmith, and armorsmith. Moreover, you’ll also refine if you have the right items and conditions needed to do so.
R.O.H.A.N. Eternal Vengeance’s main draw is, of course, its PvP element. Apart from the usual player-kill mechanics, there’s also the vengeance system wherein you can teleport to players who took you out. If you need backup, don’t fret: you can also bring your party with you to avenge your death. However, note that your PvP opportunities are only limited to 10 per day, with a charge refilling by one per hour. However, if you want to remain competitive in the PvP aspect, you may have to spend a considerable amount of money on microtransactions.
One of the negative parts of R.O.H.A.N. Eternal Vengeance is there are plenty of rules and counters to take note of. One good example is the PvP element, although there are also guild-related restrictions (like being unable to join one for a week after getting kicked). Sure, these are great for balancing the game, but it can feel like you’re being chained down.
Despite being a somewhat dated game, R.O.H.A.N. Eternal Vengeance has a large community online, though the population is sparse when meeting other players randomly in the overworld. Its forums are relatively active, with people posting guides, questions, and other in-game related topics. In addition, there are also Guilds in the game you can join and explore with.
In terms of presentation, R.O.H.A.N. Eternal Vengeance still uses its old graphics, and it remains relatively unchanged since 2008. If you’ve been playing more modern MMORPGs and other titles, you’ll find it hard to adapt to R.O.H.A.N.’s rather dated presentation elements. It might have looked great back in the day, but it’ll feel like looking at a PlayStation 2 game today. Nevertheless, it holds up fairly well, and the world design looks rather appealing and is a joy to explore.
Overall, R.O.H.A.N. Eternal Vengeance will feel like a dated game, but if you’ve played old RPGs before and would like to relive the experience, it’s definitely something you’d want to play. With its special focus on PvP, a plethora of classes, and active community, it has something for everybody.