Publicada: 19 de abril
So, my last review was a bit shaky to read and I was corrected on a few things that are currently now outdated. So, this my my experience with Mabi and it's not gonna have any cons because I absolutely love this game. So when I start up the game I seriously listen to the music for awhile. It's the music that Mabi has built their game off of, it's a beautiful song that is very nostalgic. I've played this game for a year now and I still do the same thing, I even sing to it sometimes. Then after awhile I'll log in.
The magic begins here. Now when you start Nexon gives you all this great stuff! 500 Ap potions, beginner bags, beginner weapons. But then when you start playing, your mind escapes to this marvelous world. I chose an Elf since my love for elves are so strong but there's also Humans and Giants. When you start as a human, you start out learning the struggles of inhabitants of Uldah. As an Elf or Giant, you learn the struggle between the two races on Iria. Then you start a quest, a quest which only 3 have dared to try and failed. Once you start that questline, you start the whole Mabinogi story. There are 19 Generation questlines now (5, 6, and 18 aren't actually listed as gens due to 5 and 6 being updates to the Iria story and 18 is Saga 1 and Saga 2). This game will grip you, not only will you be hell bent on completing the generations, you will make many ingame friends along the way, you will watch them and want to become as awesome as they are. I still do it to this day and I'm level 2.4k.
Oh! The leveling system is absolutely brillant. It puts other Massive Multiplayer Online Roleplaying games to shame. In almost every MMORPG there's a max level and once you hit max level it's over. Well in this game there's the Rebirth system. You level up your "current level" and it adds to your cumulative level. Although the current level has a max of 200, you can rebirth and reset your current level but your cumulative level is still the same but it still goes up as the current one does. This game isn't governed by levels, it's governed by AP, which is used to rank up skills. So you choose which skills you want to level and which skills you don't. You're also not restricted to one class, like, I'm a Mage and a Warrior, so I use spells and chop things with a sword. There's even endgame classes that you can use to become even more epic. Puppeteer, Fighter, Ninja, and Gunslinger. All of which require stats from the other classes to work well.
Best part of this game is you can choose your CHARACTER'S age. So you could be 10 and short as a dwarf, or 17 and tall as.... well an adult. And fighting isn't the only thing in this game, you still have life talents and the economy. There's so many clothes to wear in Mabi it's overwhelming sometimes, especially since you can dye them special colors.
I love this game, I think anyone that loves anime RPGs will love this game.