Eternal Magic


















About the game:
Title: Eternal Magic
Status: Released
Developer: Duoyi
Publisher: 101XP

Eternal Magic is a versatile free-to-play MMORPG with gameplay elements drawn from a variety of different genres and possessing a strong social scene. Explore the vast world of Terrazia and engage in PvE dungeons of increasing difficulty, or try your hand at a variety of different PvP modes. Alternatively, if you’re a lover and not a fighter, you can show off your style in the Queens’ Rating beauty contest — or just fall in love, get married, and start a home!

PvP in Eternal Magic comes in a variety of forms. Engage in 10v10 battles between guilds or traditional 5v5 MOBA-style battles. Armies clash on massive battlefields, or, if you’re a traditionalist, take part in Capture the Flag or Domination matches. Whatever your preference, Eternal Magic has something for you!

Explosive Features:

  • Multiple PvP Modes
  • Housing And Pets
  • Social Gameplay And Weddings

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System Requirements

Eternal Magic Minimum System Requirements:
OS: Win10 64-bit operating system
Processor: Intel i5 Quad-core 3.0G
Memory Ram: 8GB
Hard Disk Space: At least 18GB of free Space
Video Card: GeForce GTX 750

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  1. I installed it and ran the program. I made a character and logged in. Almost immediately, the screen went white and I received a message that the game had crashed. After that happened twice in a row, I uninstalled it.

  2. This game isn’t worth it, even though it’s free.
    1.) Leveling is ridiculously easy until you hit 60 ( Only took me 4 days, and that’s because I was being extremely lazy about it. ).
    2.) You can only have 1 crafting unless you join join/make a guild.
    3.) Getting your house is a pain, unless you know exactly where the guy is at that ports you there. I’ll edit this part when the maintenance is over and tell you where you need to go for the housing. ( If you haven’t gotten your house yet, you have to be level 50, and to start the quest, press L on your keyboard and then click Active Quests ( should be the tab on the right ). I’ve forgotten the quest givers name since I’ve only been to my house once since playing. )
    4.) The in-game text is mostly readable. You pretty much know what the quest is for, but whoever they paid to proofread was either lazy or it wasn’t done by a teenager or younger.
    5.) In my opinion, the graphics are a bit dated. But it’s free, so I guess that doesn’t really matter to most.

    I don’t know about the pvp or the instances, how easy/hard they are, because the leveling is so easy at the moment, you’ll be level 60 in a couple days, maybe 1 day if you’re a diehard. Max is 70 I think. There’s a lot to do and a lot to take in. At least the maintenance for the NA servers aren’t at a peak time, but it does take 8 hours for the downtime.

    • Ok, so downtime took 10 hours, bleh. Anyways, to find the guy that takes you to the housing area, when in Vallund, open your map and find Guild’s Domain. It’s above right of Lunar sea square. The npc’s name is Donald and he’ll have above his head. That’s who you need to talk to. Just right click him and then click teleport.

  3. After using in game chat, the forum, Twitter, my “guild”, the in game question system, the mentor system and Google, I cannot find out how to get into my house on the game. It’s the most basic question, I even have a trouble ticket open with the company to “find out where” the house is in the game.


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