9Dragons is a 3D martial arts MMORPG with a great combat system and a unique skill system, set in ancient China during the Ming Dynasty. The game allows you pick from one of four distinct classes (Warriro, Strategist, Chi Kung Artist, Holist) and six different martial arts (White Clans: Shaolin, Wu Tang, The League of Beggars - Black Clans: Sacred Flower, Heavenly Demon and The Brotherhood of Thieves). Your martial art determines what faction you are in.
Character creation is simple and easy with the choice of 8 face styles, 21 hairstyles and 3 costumes. It is advisable for players even for the most experienced ones to take tutorial, even though it’s lengthy and boring but will help you to get hold on the information required for weapons.
How the game is divided into levels is different than the norm, instead of straight continuous development the levels are divided into chengs. Chengs are sets with each having 12 levels and altogether there are 18 chengs making 216 levels in total.
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May 09, 2007
A Nine Dragons Rework Is On Its Way1 year ago
Minimum System Requirements (Windows)
Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7Memory
Pentium 4 2.0GHz or Sempron 2300+Graphics
GeForce 8300 or Radeon X800 SEAdditional Notes
Specifications may change during development
Unless you plan on spending your life in game or emptying you wallet, then you just in game as a player for the VN's to PK just for the hell of it!
I tried it again and it sucked badly. I had a max healer with primo gear. This game is VERY Expensive to refine weapons.
Stay clear, sadly this game is not what it used to be. go play SWTOR or Wow
I still dont try this one (from what i saw i guess i will give it a shot), but what have i noticed playing games made by asian developers is that eaven if game play is zero - graphics can still hold the line.
used to be like lvl 150 healer
But, pre-level 50, XP is relatively good, and there's something satisfying about being in high demand, even though I can't kill anything alone. ^_^