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Darkfall
Game Description:Welcome to a world where you shape the epic sagas that will be told to future generations. Welcome to a world where the fate of millions hangs in the balance as player cnans struggle for supremacy. Explore five continents, countless small islands, trackless underwater depths, and a sprawling underworld. Hundreds of dungeons and adventure areas await. Play any of Agon's six dominant races. Each race has a unique set of abilities, as well as its own civilization, culture, and way of life. Meet hundreds of unique monsters, and take them on in their lairs, strongholds and domains. Repetitive monster encounters are a thing of the past. Experience a world brought to life by real-world physics and dynamic lighting and shadows. Uncover the mysteries of an ancient civilization, which left more than just ruins for later generations to discover. Untold riches and incredible power is the prize, as you join the race to claim an age-old inheritance.
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