|Becoming a Hero|
In Medievia the adventure does not end when you reach the highest level of 124! Players
who have multiclassed with all four classes and reached level 124 become a HERO.
So what do heroes do in Medievia? They explore areas, trade, and play like everyone else but they
- Gain access to a private communication channel, known as
the hero or immortal channel.
- Participate in Hero Battles and
compete to become a Champion Hero.
- Create their very own Bloodline.
- Gather Heropoints by engaging in heroic deeds and become a Master Hero.
- Lead players into Dragon Lairs to defeat the beasts and possibly become a Dragon Hunter.
- Apply to become an Avatar to assist new players in their Medievian adventures.
- Not have to worry about eating and drinking!
The players online with the most Heropoints are known as MASTER HEROES.
Master Heroes have a special [MH] tag in front of their name and enjoy special benefits.
A MH has many large and small benefits. Only a Master Hero can do many
things within Mobfaction happenings, such as taking control of a Giant Seaslug
There are many smaller benefits: They spin less in portals, fumble spells
less often by around 6%, fail meditate around 6% less, get more good
Mobfactions when the Dungeon Master decides to give them, get charged 1/3 less for
Politics channel usage, sometimes dodge lightning strikes, don't topple
over edges as often, stumble and fall less often as undead corpses, trips
on stalagmites 1/2 less, and so on..
The top 12 ranked heroes by Hero Battle Points are considered the CHAMPIONS of Medievia. The
top ranked hero is the Grand Champion of Medievia. Champions have a
[CHAMPION HERO] next to their name.
Champion Heros also receive Hero Mounts that can be used
to fly around the realm of Medievia.
Each class receives their own special mount: A Mage flies on a Coatyl, a Cleric rides a Pegasus, a Thief soars upon
a Stone Falcon, and a Warrior
travels upon a Roc. The heroes that control them
'call' just like they would a dragon. Hero Mounts quickly attend their
masters for no charge and also are able to fight evil dragons
for their master.
A Dragon Hunter is a hero online that is ranked among the top
20% of online heroes by Dragon Points. As heroes and laymen gather to defeat the evil lair dragons,
the gods reward them with precious dragon points. Dragon Hunters get a special [DH]
tag in front of their name and also get to fly on Dragons twice as fast as other players.
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