Runes of Magic

Published : Frogster

Developed : Runewaker Entertainment

Genre: Fantasy

Release Date: Mar 19, 2009

Monthly Fee: Free


Runes of Magic Overview

Runes of Magic is a free to play fantasy MMORPG from Runewaker Entertainment. Runes of Magic is often described as the free World of Warcraft as it is setup in a very similar manner.

Runes of Magic concentrates on PvE questing and raiding, however also offers up PvP combat for players that enjoy that. You can find all the familiar fantasy classes here, warrior, mage, priest, druid, knight, priest, etc.

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