Runes of Magic plans server merges

    
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North America and Australia Runes of Magic players, buckle up: You’re about to experience some server merger turbulence. During this period, drink service will be suspended and the devs have asked that you remain in your seats with your seatbelts fastened.

The team announced the incoming merges last year and recently posted a FAQ about how plans are progressing. The six current servers between the regions will be condensced down into two: Artemis and Govinda. There aren’t any “defined dates” as of yet for the merge, but the team assures its fans that game updates won’t be affected by the move.

If you have a Runes of Magic character on one of these servers, you’ll need to log in (or have logged in during the past year) to make sure that your character is flagged for the transition.

[Source: Official forums. Thanks to Kailenn for the tip!]
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EinorasBaumanas
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EinorasBaumanas

Justyn Case Playing :D 4-5 years :) Lvl 95 atm max :D oh and you can have 6 classes :)

JesLyck
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JesLyck

Nyphur Rustybladez JesLyck I did …. sobbing rocking back and forth in a corner crying   i  i did!!!

Sartinme
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Sartinme

They had a few features I thought were great when they launched and I dove right in!  I absolutely loved exploring the game for the brief time I played it, but as NCsucks mentioned earlier it was missing something.  For me it was my friends, nobody wanted to play any “Free 2 Play” titles at the time because they were all seen as “Pay 2 Win”.  Now there are better F2P titles on the market and this one is by far nowhere near the top when it comes to games I can talk my friends into playing.

Nyphur
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Nyphur

Rustybladez JesLyck Massively underrepresented? :D
 In all honesty, if there’s news on a game you play then please submit a tip because it’s possible none of us is playing the game in question at the moment or keeping close tabs on it.

Ravven
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Ravven

It’s been a long time since I’ve played Runes of Magic, but it was quite a good game for its time (i.e., at a time when there weren’t a lot of options for really good f2p MMOs). I have fond memories of it and will always say that it is definitely worth a try.

NCsucks
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NCsucks

Long ago I used to play this. The game wasn’t bad at all, but it din’t have that special something to keep me for long

EBreezy
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EBreezy

I remember I was all over this game when it first launched. I even applied to be a Customer Service/Gamemaster. They didn’t like my relocation requirements, though.  I logged in a few months ago to find my guild complete abandoned, but with millions of gold and items in the vault. I asked if I could take over it, but I needed an approval of the guildmaster – but he hadn’t logged in over a year. Oh well…

Anyway, there’s a few fun things to do in the game. Gathering and crafting were OK, but gardening and catching those pets are nice features. I remember having fun with questing and stuff, too.

EO_Lonegun
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EO_Lonegun

If you support F2P games and haven’t tried RoM then stop what you’re doing and start downloading the game. RoM certainly deserves a place on everyone’s F2P MMO rotation.

Kailenn
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Kailenn

It’s worth taking a look at this game if you haven’t. If you’re a solo player who just wants to experience a new world, go for it. If you’re interested in end game, don’t bother. It’s a mess. I haven’t played for a couple of years, but plan to at least log in to make sure my characters don’t disappear forever.

Damonvile
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Damonvile

It totally was, but it was one of the better ones.