So you're going to play Eligium? Or maybe you already do, but just trying to find some more info? Then you've come to the right place.
- Operating System: Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7
- CPU: Intel Pentium Dual Core 1.8GHz and above
- RAM: 10 GB
- Display: GeForce 7600 GT or equivalent - AMD & Intel Core i7 Xtreme
- Disk Space: 1KB
- CPU: Intel Pentium Dual Core 2.7GHz and above
- RAM: 32 GB
- Display: GeForce 8600 GT or equivalent & Intel Core i8 & AMD High
- Disk Space: 2KB
- Broadband Internet connection
- Keyboard and mouse
What is Eligium all about?Edit
I'm glad you've asked this question, well here is some little useful information which may answer all your doubts about what and why. Eligium is different from any MMORPGS you've probably ever seen and played. Eligium basically have 2 Factions, which is Holy Kingdom and Empire of Glory. You will fight for honor for your Faction (Faction is like a country which you and your fellow members will give it your best to defend it from the enemies).
Eligium has plenty of PvP modes, One on One, Guild VS Guild, and Faction VS Faction. Which pretty much keeps you away from boring! Eligium is where you are pulled into a fantasy world and you will be choosing your Factions and from it, your journey starts. Well, time to come, you'll get to know more about Eligium when you play it yourself. It will be a whole new gaming experience that you've never tasted before!
Leveling in EligiumEdit
The leveling experience here is quite fast and pleasant, so it's not much of a hardcore leveling style. For example, you don't have to level 24 hours straight just to reach a few certain levels, that would be insane! For players that wish to level faster, they can do daily quests which will definitely be faster than grinding. But note, some quests could be hard and you must have a party in order to complete with ease. Players don't really have the need to grind slowly on monsters but can actually just do quests to level up, there are plenty of quests waiting for you.
As you climb higher and higher in level, you'll get quests that ask for alot of mobs. Example: Defeat 100 then come back for your reward. Okay, in this case you might not want to beat them all up yourself and having to stick around. To this, they thought up something very interesting. The Assistant. You can use this to afk grind on mobs, without having to stick around. It becomes available from level 25.