History VideoGame / DungeonsAndDragonsOnline

27th Jun '17 11:11:16 PM ElodieHiras
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* KillerRabbit: Dogs and wolves are surprisingly deadly, and wolves are even cute furballs. More HitPoint than the average mook, hitting like trucks, and possessing a trip attack capable of causing you to {{Pratfall}} at which point you are helpless for a second or two. At equivalent levels, it means dogs and wolves are more dangerous than TheLegionOfHell themselves.

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* KillerRabbit: Dogs and wolves are surprisingly deadly, and wolves are even cute furballs. More HitPoint than the average mook, hitting like trucks, and possessing a trip attack capable of causing you to {{Pratfall}} at which point you are helpless for a second or two. At equivalent levels, it means dogs and wolves are more dangerous than TheLegionOfHell TheLegionsOfHell themselves.
27th Jun '17 11:10:39 PM ElodieHiras
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** Champion mooks, who are granted a random buff, all of them include extra damage. A random concentration of two or three champions can be more deadly than a BossBattle. And may the Flame have mercy on you if you stumbled on an orange named Champion.


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* KillerRabbit: Dogs and wolves are surprisingly deadly, and wolves are even cute furballs. More HitPoint than the average mook, hitting like trucks, and possessing a trip attack capable of causing you to {{Pratfall}} at which point you are helpless for a second or two. At equivalent levels, it means dogs and wolves are more dangerous than TheLegionOfHell themselves.
9th Jun '17 5:41:39 AM Mhazard
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** An alternative is one who decided to start as {{Necromancer}} (Wizard sub-class), not only can they summon Skeletal Knight via Pale Master skill tree, the Command Undead spell acquired from [=LV2=] Archmage Skill Tree specialization can be repeatedly used at a very low cost, more than enough to arrange a ZergRush or pacify a hallway of undead enemies. And above all, you have access to spells such as Shroud of Zombie, which turns you into undead and makes you [[NoSell immune to all kind of poisons]], and by poisons, this includes ''poison gas traps'' that would normally kill you on one hit in dungeons of higher difficulty.

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** An alternative is one who decided to start as {{Necromancer}} (Wizard sub-class), not only can they summon Skeletal Knight via Pale Master skill tree, the Command Undead spell acquired from [=LV2=] Archmage Skill Tree specialization can be repeatedly used at a very low cost, more than enough to arrange a ZergRush or pacify a hallway of undead enemies. And above all, you have access to spells such as Shroud of Zombie, which turns you into undead and makes you [[NoSell immune to all kind of poisons]], and by poisons, this includes ''poison poison gas traps'' traps that would ''[[OneHitKill normally kill you on in one hit spray]]'' in dungeons of higher difficulty.
9th Jun '17 5:40:28 AM Mhazard
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** An alternative is one who decided to start as {{Necromancer}} (Wizard sub-class), not only they can summon undead via Pale Master skill tree, the Command Undead spell acquired from [=LV2=] Archmage Skill Tree specialization can be repeatedly used at a very low cost, more than enough to arrange a ZergRush or pacify a hallway of undead enemies. And above all, you have access to spells such as Shroud of Zombie, which turns you into undead and makes you immune to poison.

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** An alternative is one who decided to start as {{Necromancer}} (Wizard sub-class), not only can they can summon undead Skeletal Knight via Pale Master skill tree, the Command Undead spell acquired from [=LV2=] Archmage Skill Tree specialization can be repeatedly used at a very low cost, more than enough to arrange a ZergRush or pacify a hallway of undead enemies. And above all, you have access to spells such as Shroud of Zombie, which turns you into undead and makes you [[NoSell immune to poison.all kind of poisons]], and by poisons, this includes ''poison gas traps'' that would normally kill you on one hit in dungeons of higher difficulty.
9th Jun '17 5:36:18 AM Mhazard
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** An alternative is one who decided to start as {{Necromancer}} (Wizard sub-class), not only they can summon undead via Pale Master skill tree, theCommand Undead spell can be outright lethal due to its low cost (LV2 Archmage Skill Tree specialisation variant only), more than enough to arrange a ZergRush. And above all, you have access to spells which turns you into undead, which means ''poison immunity''.

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** An alternative is one who decided to start as {{Necromancer}} (Wizard sub-class), not only they can summon undead via Pale Master skill tree, theCommand the Command Undead spell can be outright lethal due to its low cost (LV2 acquired from [=LV2=] Archmage Skill Tree specialisation variant only), specialization can be repeatedly used at a very low cost, more than enough to arrange a ZergRush. ZergRush or pacify a hallway of undead enemies. And above all, you have access to spells such as Shroud of Zombie, which turns you into undead, which means ''poison immunity''.undead and makes you immune to poison.
31st Dec '16 12:30:57 PM nombretomado
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It was launched by Turbine in 2006 as ''Dungeons & Dragons Online: Stormreach''. The game has since been renamed ''Dungeons & Dragons Online: Eberron Unlimited''. (The latest update appears to have removed ''Eberron Unlimited'' from the logo, but is still referred to as such in reference materials and on the main website.) It is based in the campaign world of {{Eberron}} (yeah, [[{{Magitek}} the Magitek one]]) and is set on the fictional continent of Xen'drik. After years of being a pay-to-play game, it was rebranded as a free-to-play game with premium content that could be accessed by becoming a VIP (which is simply maintaining a paid subscription) or spending Turbine Points on it. The player character is initially thrust into a plot that involves an evil Devourer cult, sahuagin, a dragon, and a lot of snow.

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It was launched by Turbine in 2006 as ''Dungeons & Dragons Online: Stormreach''. The game has since been renamed ''Dungeons & Dragons Online: Eberron Unlimited''. (The latest update appears to have removed ''Eberron Unlimited'' from the logo, but is still referred to as such in reference materials and on the main website.) It is based in the campaign world of {{Eberron}} TabletopGame/{{Eberron}} (yeah, [[{{Magitek}} the Magitek one]]) and is set on the fictional continent of Xen'drik. After years of being a pay-to-play game, it was rebranded as a free-to-play game with premium content that could be accessed by becoming a VIP (which is simply maintaining a paid subscription) or spending Turbine Points on it. The player character is initially thrust into a plot that involves an evil Devourer cult, sahuagin, a dragon, and a lot of snow.



* AdaptationalBadass: The Lord of Blades is ''much'' stronger than he is in [[{{Eberron}} the main setting]].

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* AdaptationalBadass: The Lord of Blades is ''much'' stronger than he is in [[{{Eberron}} [[TabletopGame/{{Eberron}} the main setting]].



* SteamPunk: Considering [[{{Eberron}} the setting]], the game has this and DungeonPunk all over the place, from the low-level The Waterworks and Shan-To-Kor, to the advanced adversaries in the Cannith Manufactuary. The Menace of the Underdark expansion, however, sticks to the high-fantasy campaign settings when you visit the Forgotten Realms.

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* SteamPunk: Considering [[{{Eberron}} [[TabletopGame/{{Eberron}} the setting]], the game has this and DungeonPunk all over the place, from the low-level The Waterworks and Shan-To-Kor, to the advanced adversaries in the Cannith Manufactuary. The Menace of the Underdark expansion, however, sticks to the high-fantasy campaign settings when you visit the Forgotten Realms.
25th Dec '16 9:31:15 PM ADrago
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* LostForever:
** You get one and only one ember weapon per character, and they're non-tradeable. Here's hoping you have some other way to attack with fire or acid when you finally meet some trolls.
** Finish Misery's Peak you only get one shot at the end rewards, which are the second half of a two set piece that gives a class related bonus depending on which one you pick. Choose wisely, because you can't trade your pick in for a different set.
** In a more abstract way, your starting stats. Put too much strength on your wizard? Well, you can either start over or [[BribingYourWayToVictory buy a Heart of Wood (rerolling token)]] and fix those stats.


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* PermanentlyMissableContent:
** You get one and only one ember weapon per character, and they're non-tradeable. Here's hoping you have some other way to attack with fire or acid when you finally meet some trolls.
** Finish Misery's Peak you only get one shot at the end rewards, which are the second half of a two set piece that gives a class related bonus depending on which one you pick. Choose wisely, because you can't trade your pick in for a different set.
** In a more abstract way, your starting stats. Put too much strength on your wizard? Well, you can either start over or [[BribingYourWayToVictory buy a Heart of Wood (rerolling token)]] and fix those stats.
7th Dec '16 5:39:32 PM MacronNotes
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* FakeBalance: Rogues get the shallow end of the DPS pool. Sure, sneak attack can do some [[ForMassiveDamage massive damage]], but it doesn't catch up to a fighter's damage output until about level 12, and even then it doesn't work against undead, elementals, oozes, constucts, an enemy with a Fortification (depending on how much it gives) item, or other human players in 1-on-1 PvP.

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* FakeBalance: Rogues get the shallow end of the DPS pool. Sure, sneak attack can do some [[ForMassiveDamage massive damage]], damage, but it doesn't catch up to a fighter's damage output until about level 12, and even then it doesn't work against undead, elementals, oozes, constucts, an enemy with a Fortification (depending on how much it gives) item, or other human players in 1-on-1 PvP.
8th Nov '16 10:04:10 AM Aeliren85
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** "We beat them off... this time."

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** Lars Heyton in Redemption: "We beat them off... this time."
15th Aug '16 5:47:48 AM MacedonianKing
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