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Any Free2Play Servers atm???

By Weltz April 17, 2009, 01:08:23
Hello Everyone And I Was Just Wondering If There Is any Free2Play Servers On atm Cause Im Desperate 2 Play Lol Plz Can Sum1 Answer This Topic Please Im Desperate!! rolleyes
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They're ALL free to play, the only reason you subscribe is to get access to the addition content in the game.

As a F2P player, you get about 15% of the world map to run around in and a few character limitations (Craft skill limit, no merchant mode, no pets and some other things). But You can easily get to level 30ish before you even have a reason to become P2P (Paid to play).

So make an account, and pick a server!

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Actually, F2P can run around 90% of the world map, they just can't do things in most parts.

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Phrozen-Phyr|2009-04-17 01:37:00
Actually, F2P can run around 90% of the world map, they just can't do things in most parts.


lol, alright then. 15% of the world is usable/playable, 90% is "Look but can't touch"able. wink
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i think its actually like 2% (read somewhere, might be 5%), that is f2p

will check and edit

but yeh u run anywhere on the main land really, that doesnt require you interact with anything

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Welcome to the World of Twelve! smile

As others have said, all servers are free to play. There are no 'entirely' f2p servers, however on all servers f2p members have an area where they can do things, while the rest of the land you're restricted to just exploring.

As a free to play member, you will gain access to Incarnam (The newbie island) and Astrub, which is designed for lower levels but all levels seem to hang around here. This region takes up about 5% of the area in the world of twelve.
You are however allowed to roam around and explore outside of the astrub region. However you are unable to attack monsters, talk to npcs, etcetc unless you're within the Astrub area.

To get an idea of the difference between f2p and p2p, click HERE.

Have fun!

-Rou-

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