Rise of Dragonian Era (RODE), a new free to play fantasy MMORPG from Mgame USA, has set an official release date of March 9, 2012.  To celebrate the announcement of RODE’s release date, RODE is hosting a Dragon Coin Giveaway.

Featuring unique gameplay that allows players to not only ride dragons for aerial combat, but raise and evolve their own dragon mount as well, RODE provides dedicated gamers with an action packed and tense experience both on the ground and in the sky.

Great graphics, engaging story quests, a pet system centered on hatching your own dragon, extensive crafting and upgrading systems, engaging PvP systems, RvR wars, a forthcoming castle siege mode and much more.

RODE Features:

  • An all new world – Explore the world of Piral, ruled by two warring dragon nations both trying to stem the tide of destruction brought on by the evil dragon Deablo. Players will find themselves in scorching deserts, deadly swamps, lavishing castles, lush forests, and more!
  • Craft your own adventure – Choose between two nations, six races, four classes, and eight specializations as you build your character and set out for adventure.
  • Take the fight to the skies – RODE features mounted combat, whether it’s riding a trusty steed or a soaring dragon.
  • Extensive PVP systems – Fight against the opposite nation as you encounter them on the field, participate in competitive weekly wars, and sneak into the enemy’s territory to carry out dangerous missions. RODE offers many different and exhilarating ways for players to enjoy PVP!
  • A fully featured MMO experience… – With auction houses, guilds (known as Tribes), professions, upgrading, and more, RODE delivers all the features of an MMO in an all-new and expansive 3D world.
  • …without emptying your wallet – Enjoy this full MMO experience without having to pay a dime. There are no monthly payments and you’re not required to pay any fee, but for those who prefer a little game enhancement, you have the option to buy special items and create your own unique styles in the premium store!
  • A loyal dragon companion – No matter what challenges get in their way, players will always have their trusty pet dragon, which they hatch from a special dragon egg, to accompany them on their journey!
  • Secure your castle, protect your lands – Soon after launching, RODE will add a new Castle Siege mode in which players can take over castles and defend them from enemies.

Jump into the adventure on March 9 for your chance to win a range of great prizes during the Dragon Coin Giveaway. Prizes include an Alienware M17 laptop, Sony PS Vita, graphics card, gift cards, and much more.

For more information, visit http://www.rodeonline.com/


  1. as for me this game look great in terms of gameplay…graphics is a quite a lot glitchy…..
    i am at lvl18 now and i own a baby dragon and a desertfox ^_^..
    conclusion:grahics needs some improvement….worth a try :

  2. From the first look, the games not that bad. It actually looks kind of decent to me.The movement and fighting, isnt clicking mouse thing, and its an open-world(hopefully) without dungeons.

  3. Oh really? Please make a list of games that reuse the dragon? Dragon: Ancient creature from date: 0001… So yeah… you have took on the wrong subject/rant. Also, games like Dragon Nest, just have the word ragon, but they rarely have dragons…
    Want to know the most OVERUSED creature??? HUMAN! So..stfu.

    • Skyrim
      Dragon Age 1,2
      Age of Conan
      Cabal Online
      Eden Eternal
      Everquest II
      Ether Saga
      Hunter Blade
      Jade Dynasty
      Guild Wars
      Lineage 2
      Perfect World
      Runes of Magic
      Soul of the Ultimate Nation

      Here’s the list and I didn’t even count the lesser known games. Barely had to think about it, as, I’m guessing, so did you but for entirely different reasons.

        • Yeah but wolves and bears are common mobs. Dragons are always one of the bosses if not THE boss. And many times the game revolves around them (Skyrim, Cataclysm, Dragona etc.). I’m just saying it’s beginning to look like many games are playing it safe with them rather then going for some other mystical being as the focus. Hell, you know what I’d like to see? You know those token cute fluffy mobs each game has on level one? Make one of those a final boss. I’d kill for a game revolving around “The Killer Rabbit of Caerbannog”. It’s not really a big problem but you have to admit for the last few years the market has been saturated with dragons.

          • “The Killer Rabbit of Caerbannog” lmao I would start a guild called “The Knights Who Say Ni”

          • I think you see dragons also because of the era not because it is safe it is a mythical being from those times so its expected.. if the game was set in greece and their ancient times you would most likely see a minataur

  4. Is this the Chinese year of the Dragon or something? They’re just big lizards, why does every game has to have them? Why not a nice manticore or a giant? Perhaps a ragnarök? It’s also a big lizard. Just lay off the dragons for a while, I’m so sick of them.

    • Yes, this is th eyear of Dragons, and well….if you have a problem with Dragons, don’t watch videos/game trailers about Dragons……….Common sense lacking?

      • I was more commenting on the fact that every game is reusing the exact same monster rather then the fact I don’t like dragons. I also like their First Look videos hence watching things I don’t even care about. I also like Achievement Hunter yet don’t even own a console. This is the Internet, please leave your common sense at the door.


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