Deeds of War RPG

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Deeds of War RPG Instructions

Use either the WASD or arrow keys to control your character. Click on an enemy to initiate combat, and keep clicking to attack. After selecting a class, you'll be able to take quests for specific factions - and depending on whom you accept quests from, you can make enemies or friends quickly. Use the Q and E keys to use energy and health potions, and as you level up, find your class trainer and upgrade your abilities. When you're in a city, sell items by dragging and dropping them in the sell box found in your inventory screen.

Deeds of War RPG Walkthrough

Deeds of War RPG is all about who you're fighting for and what you're fighting against. There's a bunch of different in-game factions, each with a designated rival. The mercenaries hate the merchants, the alliance fight against the shadow runners, and the other three factions (warrior, ranger, and wizard) are all against each other.

Right at the beginning of the game, you'll only be able to accept quests from certain factions - the alliance and the shadow runners. As your reputation with certain factions increases, you'll be able to find more available quests, and you'll gain experience and level up accordingly. And, as said before, when you level up find your class trainer to upgrade your skills accordingly, too.

When you're doing quests, most will consist of killing a certain number of specific enemies. As you kill enemies of one faction, their reputation for you will decrease, but your reputation with the opposing faction will increase. At the beginning of the game, you'll be neutral with the alliance and shadow runners, so you'll be able to accept quests on both sides - but as the game goes on, and you eventually pick one side, the number of quests available for you will diminish.

Overall, Deeds of War is an RPG game that's massive - one that will take you quite a while to finish. If you've got a lot of time on your hands, go ahead and try to play through the whole thing. If you don't have a lot of time on your hands, then don't worry - the game has a save feature (as well as an autosave feature), so you're in luck.