Player versus Player (PvP): Yes
Player base: High
Dragon Born is the latest fantasy MMORPG released by KoramGame, the same publishers behind other popular MMO games such as Spirit Tales and the newly released, Checkmate. Dragon Born was in development for a little over 2 years and has provided players with a beautifully crafted 2D world featuring high-quality character and monster models and a full-screen option that makes the game feel like a client-based, premium MMORPG.
Dragon Born Review
Dragon Born offers players four unique character classes, Soldier, Priest, Mage and Ranger. Each class follows a typical MMORPG archetype, Soldier represents the damage and tank types, the Priest offers buffs, the Mage uses AoE damage and the Ranger is mainly used for long-range DPS. Each class has a huge arsenal of available abilities, all of which can be improved and upgraded as you level your class.
Another great feature to Dragon Born is the highly customizable Bloodline system. Once players reach level 35 they’re able to invest points into their Bloodline, an ability that gives the player a unique in-game aura. Unlike other MMORPG games, the aura is not just for aesthetic purposes, instead it can be improved in a large variety of ways to increase your characters defenses against certain attacks or elements.
Dragon Born is also home to a great mount system, featuring some of the most impressive graphics on a mount that I’ve ever seen. Every player can unlock mounts at level 15, a trusted steed to ride into battle. The mounts can also evolve into greater forms, quite a unique feature among the genre. In order to evolve your mount you’ll need to max out the experience points field, you do this by feeding your mount a variety of items such as Beast Spirit Dust, Soul Crystals, and Soul Charts.
Overall, Dragon Born is easily one of KoramGames best MMORPG titles to date. The wonderfully crafted 2D game world compliments the highly detailed character models, providing players with a great looking PvE experience featuring all of the regular activities you would expect from an MMORPG game.