In 1212, the Mongol Empire grew in Asia, triggering the Crusades. Twenty major countries are mapped. Start your own state or rule an existing one to expand your empire. For family money, fight bandits. Buy land and start a business to live comfortably. Your army can travel on the battlefield, in a city, fortress, town, or village. Middle Ages fan? Much work remains. War or siege? Frequently? Want dynasty? This game rocks.
300 players can fight. Open-field combat or taking cities, castles, ports, or villages is possible. Warband supervises combat formations. There are many soldier types. The fortress has rams, towers, and catapults. As you advance with siege guns, defenders prepare arrows. Maps show 20 medieval states. If you join one, you can take command quickly. Forming a state is always possible, but political decisions can lead to civil war.
You can either rent or buy shields, suits, boots, and helmets. Bring your best swords, spears, mace, clubs, bows, crossbows, and javelins. The battle is about to begin! You and a friend will compete against players from all over the world in this game—online armor and weapon personalization service. Even though you begin with nothing, you will soon be in charge of a bustling city. Exist a large number of towns and strongholds? Your neighbors might be terrified of you. Your adversary will have to fight and siege. There will be vigils held in the cities for you.
You control your character’s development. What are your qualities? These five competencies mold a person’s personality. He needs 30 more skills. If you can’t get better, you should get some companions. You will engage in combat across a variety of environments all over the world. Mountains will always be present in the hot desert because the north is covered in snow—the more accurate the weather, the more realistic the fight.