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Perfect World
Game Description:In the beginning of time, the first God of the universe, Pan Gu, lived an immortal life. With his divine power, Pan Gu forged the elements into air, land, mountains, rivers, seas, and plant life -- and laid the foundation for a new world. It was then that Pan Gu made his first attempt to fill this new world with life. But these unnamed creatures were uncivilized, and before long, they began turning on one another and corrupting the world around them. Pan Gu saw that what he had created had become an Imperfect World, and moved quickly to rectify his mistake. After cleansing the world, Pan Gu once again attempted to populate it, this time with beings capable of Spiritual Cultivation. He created three races that possessed the traits he most treasured in himself. The chief quality that Pan Gu gave all three races was free will. He vowed never again to eradicate an entire species, so all conflicts between the races were to be resolved amongst themselves. Despite their clashes of culture and territory, these Humans, Winged Elves and Untamed beings formed Pan Gu's Perfect World. But the balance is about to be tested, as the imperfect creatures thought to be wiped out are now emerging to destroy the world... Perfect World is a fantasy-based massively multiplayer gaming experience, offering gamers deep levels of avatar customization and player-created content. Deeply rooted in Chinese mythology, the game features custom flying mounts, dynamic skill progression, and high-level replay value in the form of territory wars.
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