DragonFable Review

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Dragon Fable is a free-to-play Massive Multiplayer Online Role Playing Game (MMORPG) from Artix Entertainment. Players enter a vast, magical world and fight against hordes of monsters for glory and loot.

As part of the character creation process, you get to choose the color of your hair, skin, clothes as well as your gender. There are three classes in Dragon Fable, warrior, mage and rogue, but as the story unfolds, many more become available. The main feature of the game is the endless list of quests for players to follow; it seems that NPCs are everywhere, awaiting to give you a quest and reward you upon completion!

Combat is turn-based and very easy to master. You assemble a team of up to three heroes, choose which abilities and skills to use each turn and fight until your opponent (or you) is dead. During your journeys, you will find pets that you can train to help you in battles and various allies that will come to your aid and greatly enhance your battle skills. Dragon Fable is a Flash Player based game with nicely detailed models and simple, 2D graphics that look good.

This is a fun, casual game with a huge story line, easy to master combat mechanics and simplified but nicely looking visuals. If you are a fan of RPGs, Dragon Fable is one you should not miss!



It was back at 1996 when Theodoros bought his first Personal Computer and with it a copy of Shogun : Total War. That was the beginning of many sleepless nights of exploring the fantastic world of gaming. He calls himself an “expert” defender and that’s his favorite gameplay style but he will not hesitate to grab a shield and go forth to protect his team as a tank. So next time you adventure in Azeroth and see a shield bearing cow named Klaras, you have found our guy! He is also a great fan of Role Playing Games. From Icewind Dale to Neverwinter Nights and Skyrim, you name it, he has played it all! He is not your average casual gamer, he is a dedicated fan!
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