Mystic Circle Instructions
Use the WASD keys, arrow keys, or simply point and click with your mouse to move your character around. Hit the U key to toggle between running and walking, and hit either the K or X key to jump. The Z and J keys control your attack - hold them down to continuously attack and perform combos. Skills can be accessed by the C and L keys, though they require MP and have cool down time limits. Hit the Q key to access the quest menu, the E key to see your stats, the R key for the tool menu, the M key for the main menu, and the T key for the map. Hit the CTRL key at anytime to hide shortcut bars; skills are assigned to shortcut bars with the 1-8 number keys.
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Mystic Circle Walkthrough
At the start of the game, you'll have to choose a character - Keith the Rookie Knight or Natalie the Rookie Assassin- both come with their own advantages and disadvantages, but both are worth trying out. The knight's armor and weaponry are much more expensive than the assassin's, but the assassin is much more agile and has a wider variety of skills, for instance.
Mystic Circle is an RPG game with many facets - most of the time, you'll be completing quests and killing random enemies for experience and gold. But the rest of the time, you'll be able to make your own armor and weaponry, purchase new times, and even craft magic items or make custom armor. There is just as much you can do off the battlefield as you can do on it, so make sure you take your time while playing.
Like other RPG games, Mystic Circle will let you use skills, perform special attacks, and use items in the midst of battle. Fighting enemies in Mystic Circle isn't that difficult, but letting enemies get the jump on you and letting them swarm your character can be fatal.
Whether you're using a knight or an assassin, you'll have plenty to do in Mystic Circle. All in all, it's much longer and more in-depth than most other RPG games you'll find online, and that alone makes it worth playing, besides the fact that it's fun, too.