Player base: High
Graphics: Medium Quality
EXP Rate: Low
PvP: PK enabled maps
File size: 599 MB
Luna Online is a 3d fantasy MMORPG having bright, animation inspired graphics and places a heavy focus on community and character socialization. The players get to choose from three primary classes, and can then branch out into over forty available classes as they level. Luna Online allows players to form Families and purchase farmland to cultivate together.
Luna Online Requirements
Minimum Requirements: OS: Windows 2000, XP; CPU: Pentium Celeron 1.4 GHz; RAM: 512 MB; HDD: 2.0 GB and Graphics Card: Geforce 2
Recommended Specifications: OS: Windows XP, Vista; CPU: Pentium 4 1.8 GHz or more; RAM: 512 MB or more; HDD: 4.0 GB Free and Graphics Card: Geforce 4 Ti
Luna Online Overview
The game is another Korean MMORPG that has recently made an appearance in the American market. The colorful and highly detailed graphics make the game very pleasing to the eye and it also helps to encourage socializing with a built-in match making system that pairs boys and girls based on their likes and dislikes. The main attraction for most players though will be the game’s elaborate profession tree, which has a total of fifty-two classes that branch out from three base jobs players select during character creation. This offers a highly innovative system that allows players to branch out into multiple classes, creating their own unique hybrid class.
For example, a Mage who picks Priest at level twenty can still become a Warlock at seventy-five, and retain all skills trained as a priest. Another interesting feature of the game is the player owned Farms. The Farms can only be purchased and operated by Families but they offer many perks and benefits.
Branching Out: In this game character creation may at first seem a little dull, with only two races (Elf and Human), and three classes (Mage, Fighter, Rogue), but there are plenty of class changes available as players level up. Customization includes ten hair and eye styles per gender per race.
In this game all characters look like small children in the game world. Most NPCs are much taller and mature-looking than the player-controlled characters. Each of the initial three classes has its own branch of advanced jobs available at levels twenty, forty, and seventy-five. The game has over forty classes in Luna. Unlike other games similar to Ragnarok Online, players can create hybrid characters.
For example, if you choose the supportive Priest as your level forty class, you can go ahead and select the offensive Warlock upon reaching level seventy-five. You’ll keep your priest-related spells, and gain the powerful offensive capabilities of a Warlock. A pure support caster may choose Priest, then Bishop at level seventy-five for maximum healing potential