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What do you think of this game?

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Gameplay in Grand Chase is primarily keyboard-driven. Movement, including jumping, uses the arrow keys. Attacks, which include combos and special attacks, use the keys A, Z, X and space bar by default, but can be set by the player. Due to the combos and special attacks, the game has a feel that is similar to side-scrolling fighting games. While it is an action game, the designers took care to not make a "button masher".[3]

The game is free-to-play, where players are to gain currency known as Game Points to buy better equipments or items, but there are some items that can only be purchased with real-world currency. Instead of creating a character like any other multiplayer games, players are to roleplay as one of three main heroines, Elesis, Lire or Arme, and will come across with more playable characters throughout your quests. You may freely switch among the characters you have unlocked between missions, but their equipment and levels are separate.[4]

Leveling up

After each trip into a dungeon, characters receive experience. Experience is partially dependent on how well you did, and your level, but every player will gain some experience. Completing a mission awards additional experience. Once sufficient experience is obtained, the character will advance to a level. Higher levels improve statistics and grant access to better equipment. Experience can also be gained through PVP, and is significantly higher than dungeons at higher level.[3]

Party

When entering dungeons it is advisable to form a party. The game's interface makes it easy to create a party or join one created by another player. Friends can lock their party with a password or make it open to newcomers. The items that are found in the dungeons are shared by the party. To encourage group play, there is a slight experience boost when working together. Because there are six specific characters that each player chooses among, there is a chance (particularly at low levels) that two or more players will control characters that look the same; different equipment makes this unlikely however and player names always make it possible to tell them apart.

Player versus Player

Players can also compete against one another in combat. There are various modes of player versus player combat: three-on-three team battles, six-player free-for-all or Arena. Win/loss statistics are tracked for these matches. Team matches encourage players to plan their attack strategies and experiment with various formations. Six player free-for-all uses the survival fittest mode, where only the last man standing wins. Arena mode balances all the game stats, and you must select three characters in your hand. If one of your character dies, the other character of yours will replace his/her role.[5]

Characters

There are seven playable characters to play and players may switch characters between dungeons. Each character is leveled and equipped separately. Most equipment is character specific. Character choice is similar to class choice in most MMORPGs.[6]

* Elesis: Elesis is a Kanavan Knight and daughter of a Kanavan Tracker who never returned after he was dispatched to find KazeAze. Her reason for joining Grand Chase is to find her missing father whom she loved. Elesis specialises in close- and medium-ranged combat. She is also notable for her ability to reflect arrows, which only one other advanced character, Arme, can do. Her alternate jobs are Spearman, Sword Master, and Savior.

* Arme: Arme is a cheerful Mage from Serdin, the Kingdom of Magic. After hearing that KazeAze can dispatch powerful black magic, she joined Grand Chase in order to challenge her. She is able to switch between white magic and black magic to defend herself and her allies or attack her enemies respectively. Although she is notable for her fairly-quick moves, as well as a short-range teleport that is useful for getting behind her targets, most of her attacks are extremely weak and only deal considerable damage in combinations. Her alternate jobs are Alchemist, Warlock, and Battle Mage.

* Lire: Lire is an Elf from Eryuell Island, a community famous for their combat skills, but they are naturally pacifistic and try to avoid becoming involved in Human conflicts. She is sent to join Grand Chase to prevent KazeAze's plan from happening, which threatens their island. While she has the best jumping ability and is skilled in quick, long-ranged attacks, her attacks may be difficult to aim for beginners, and some characters may even block or reflect her arrows. Lire's alternate jobs are Crossbowman, Arch Ranger, and Nova.

* Lass: Lass is a mysterious young man who was possessed by KazeAze and is released from her grasp by Grand Chase. Upon recovery, his only memories are his name, and him being controlled by KazeAze. He joins the Grand Chase to atone for his sins caused by his hands under the control of KazeAze, which still lingers in his mind. Lass has the best mobility among all characters which allows swift and stealth attack, but lacks attack power and defense. His alternate jobs are Mercenary, Dark Assassin, and Striper. Lass is an extra character and must be unlocked by finishing a specific quest. The only server that does not have Lass is the American server.

* Ryan: Ryan is a forest elf from Eryuell island living peacefully with animals, but after the war on Bermesiah, most of the place was destroyed and his beings are almost extinct. Hearing the calls of the nature, he trains with the spirit of his ancestors and joins Grand Chase to protect the forest with all his strength. Ryan is known for his brute strength and ability to change into an animal. Initially a Druid, his alternate jobs are Sentinel, Viken, and Xenocider. He is available as an extra character in the Korea, Taiwan, China, and Brazil servers and can only be unlocked by finishing a specific mission.

* Ronan: Ronan is the descendant of the Erudon Family, the legendary family of Spell Knights in Kanavan. He was sent on a secret mission by the queen of Kanavan to observe and assist the Grand Chase girls and attack KazeAze, but was defeated and had his soul captured by KazeAze. After being released, he joins the Grand Chase. He uses knowledge of magic and his sword wielding attacks to quickly defeat foes. Ronan is an extra character and must be unlocked by finishing a specific quest. Ronan's alternate jobs are Dragon Knight and Aegis Knight. The only server which does not have Ronan is the SEA server.

* Amy: Amy is the Xenia continent's beloved star model. Her dance is able to subdue evil from conquering, and often accompanies the holy gods to prevent the dark gods from conquering her continent. Unfortunately, her continent is being taken over, so she escapes her continent and find ways to save her continent. She uses a pair of chakram and combines dancing with fighting, which allows her to do both supporting and attacking. She is an extra character and the Korea, Taiwan, and Hong Kong servers have Amy[7] on the present day.
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i played it when it was on beta very boring..... not jk... at 1st u will like it but then you got to kill back some stuff u missed to finish some quest REAL BORING
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Same button forever through the whole game, lol.

Bad thing about it : Basically like every item has a time limit on it so within a month, they'll disappear. In other words, you'll eventually lose any godly items you get.
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no not every item has a time limit .. u can get great armor from a quest at lvl 22-23 and u have it forever and these more ways to keep your items forever...but yes some of the stuff u will get will disappear like some other stuff u get from quests ..but c'mon it was free and they didnt have to give it to u for 10 day or XX amount of days..overall its a great game and im currently a lvl 30 dragon knight on the american server... oh and we should be getting lass and ryan in about 1 month

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Posted 6/14/08
I said "basically like", not just "every".
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Posted 6/15/08
it's my first time hearing of it
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i just started yesterday. and yeah, that time limit just gets on your nerves. i still got a bunch of days left before it expires (since i started yesterday) but it makes me nervous... -_- and whats worse, it's just a game. i mainly play elesis. level 10 now. i'm friday.

and i guess i like it... but i think i'd prefer maplestory despite all of it's hackerness and glitches. or flyff. you don't get much of a chance to talk with other people unless you stay on the front chat area. if you try to converse in game you'll get booted for being too slow. but i got irl friends on it so i'll try it longer.
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LASS PWNS ALL!!!! MWUHAHAHAHAHHAANYAHAHAHAHAHAHA...-cough- yes im hyped but anyway i play it O3O fairly ridiculous lvls sicne i cant stick to 1 char for very long tho my main is only lvl 28 and im already switching to trying to get an xbow...after that ive got elesis to work on..oh boy im gonna advance her (sarcasm)REAL fasts she's lvl 4 >___> and then when ryan gets out everyone will b swarming over him as well...ugh
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Shohee wrote:

i played it when it was on beta very boring..... not jk... at 1st u will like it but then you got to kill back some stuff u missed to finish some quest REAL BORING


Ya i agree with Shohee. Its seems alright if you play it for one day but afterwards it feels really annoying (especially with the collecting orb quests)
Posted 7/1/08
i played this game . . .

kinda repetitive ~_~

got bored leveling ronan
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Posted 7/1/08
My first time hearing about it. o_o
Heard it was addicting >>;
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i have lvl 32 spaerman elesis and dk ronan kinda boring,,... and many noobs -20 want to get lass and try to enter the castle
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kunisuia wrote:



What do you think of this game?

Here's the Description:
Gameplay in Grand Chase is primarily keyboard-driven. Movement, including jumping, uses the arrow keys. Attacks, which include combos and special attacks, use the keys A, Z, X and space bar by default, but can be set by the player. Due to the combos and special attacks, the game has a feel that is similar to side-scrolling fighting games. While it is an action game, the designers took care to not make a "button masher".[3]

The game is free-to-play, where players are to gain currency known as Game Points to buy better equipments or items, but there are some items that can only be purchased with real-world currency. Instead of creating a character like any other multiplayer games, players are to roleplay as one of three main heroines, Elesis, Lire or Arme, and will come across with more playable characters throughout your quests. You may freely switch among the characters you have unlocked between missions, but their equipment and levels are separate.[4]

Leveling up

After each trip into a dungeon, characters receive experience. Experience is partially dependent on how well you did, and your level, but every player will gain some experience. Completing a mission awards additional experience. Once sufficient experience is obtained, the character will advance to a level. Higher levels improve statistics and grant access to better equipment. Experience can also be gained through PVP, and is significantly higher than dungeons at higher level.[3]

Party

When entering dungeons it is advisable to form a party. The game's interface makes it easy to create a party or join one created by another player. Friends can lock their party with a password or make it open to newcomers. The items that are found in the dungeons are shared by the party. To encourage group play, there is a slight experience boost when working together. Because there are six specific characters that each player chooses among, there is a chance (particularly at low levels) that two or more players will control characters that look the same; different equipment makes this unlikely however and player names always make it possible to tell them apart.

Player versus Player

Players can also compete against one another in combat. There are various modes of player versus player combat: three-on-three team battles, six-player free-for-all or Arena. Win/loss statistics are tracked for these matches. Team matches encourage players to plan their attack strategies and experiment with various formations. Six player free-for-all uses the survival fittest mode, where only the last man standing wins. Arena mode balances all the game stats, and you must select three characters in your hand. If one of your character dies, the other character of yours will replace his/her role.[5]

Characters

There are seven playable characters to play and players may switch characters between dungeons. Each character is leveled and equipped separately. Most equipment is character specific. Character choice is similar to class choice in most MMORPGs.[6]

* Elesis: Elesis is a Kanavan Knight and daughter of a Kanavan Tracker who never returned after he was dispatched to find KazeAze. Her reason for joining Grand Chase is to find her missing father whom she loved. Elesis specialises in close- and medium-ranged combat. She is also notable for her ability to reflect arrows, which only one other advanced character, Arme, can do. Her alternate jobs are Spearman, Sword Master, and Savior.

* Arme: Arme is a cheerful Mage from Serdin, the Kingdom of Magic. After hearing that KazeAze can dispatch powerful black magic, she joined Grand Chase in order to challenge her. She is able to switch between white magic and black magic to defend herself and her allies or attack her enemies respectively. Although she is notable for her fairly-quick moves, as well as a short-range teleport that is useful for getting behind her targets, most of her attacks are extremely weak and only deal considerable damage in combinations. Her alternate jobs are Alchemist, Warlock, and Battle Mage.

* Lire: Lire is an Elf from Eryuell Island, a community famous for their combat skills, but they are naturally pacifistic and try to avoid becoming involved in Human conflicts. She is sent to join Grand Chase to prevent KazeAze's plan from happening, which threatens their island. While she has the best jumping ability and is skilled in quick, long-ranged attacks, her attacks may be difficult to aim for beginners, and some characters may even block or reflect her arrows. Lire's alternate jobs are Crossbowman, Arch Ranger, and Nova.

* Lass: Lass is a mysterious young man who was possessed by KazeAze and is released from her grasp by Grand Chase. Upon recovery, his only memories are his name, and him being controlled by KazeAze. He joins the Grand Chase to atone for his sins caused by his hands under the control of KazeAze, which still lingers in his mind. Lass has the best mobility among all characters which allows swift and stealth attack, but lacks attack power and defense. His alternate jobs are Mercenary, Dark Assassin, and Striper. Lass is an extra character and must be unlocked by finishing a specific quest. The only server that does not have Lass is the American server.

* Ryan: Ryan is a forest elf from Eryuell island living peacefully with animals, but after the war on Bermesiah, most of the place was destroyed and his beings are almost extinct. Hearing the calls of the nature, he trains with the spirit of his ancestors and joins Grand Chase to protect the forest with all his strength. Ryan is known for his brute strength and ability to change into an animal. Initially a Druid, his alternate jobs are Sentinel, Viken, and Xenocider. He is available as an extra character in the Korea, Taiwan, China, and Brazil servers and can only be unlocked by finishing a specific mission.

* Ronan: Ronan is the descendant of the Erudon Family, the legendary family of Spell Knights in Kanavan. He was sent on a secret mission by the queen of Kanavan to observe and assist the Grand Chase girls and attack KazeAze, but was defeated and had his soul captured by KazeAze. After being released, he joins the Grand Chase. He uses knowledge of magic and his sword wielding attacks to quickly defeat foes. Ronan is an extra character and must be unlocked by finishing a specific quest. Ronan's alternate jobs are Dragon Knight and Aegis Knight. The only server which does not have Ronan is the SEA server.

* Amy: Amy is the Xenia continent's beloved star model. Her dance is able to subdue evil from conquering, and often accompanies the holy gods to prevent the dark gods from conquering her continent. Unfortunately, her continent is being taken over, so she escapes her continent and find ways to save her continent. She uses a pair of chakram and combines dancing with fighting, which allows her to do both supporting and attacking. She is an extra character and the Korea, Taiwan, and Hong Kong servers have Amy[7] on the present day.



Good way to start a thread and introduce a game *thumbs up*

P.S i dont know much about the game, can you tell a few more things?
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ali1238 wrote:


kunisuia wrote:



What do you think of this game?

Here's the Description:
Gameplay in Grand Chase is primarily keyboard-driven. Movement, including jumping, uses the arrow keys. Attacks, which include combos and special attacks, use the keys A, Z, X and space bar by default, but can be set by the player. Due to the combos and special attacks, the game has a feel that is similar to side-scrolling fighting games. While it is an action game, the designers took care to not make a "button masher".[3]

The game is free-to-play, where players are to gain currency known as Game Points to buy better equipments or items, but there are some items that can only be purchased with real-world currency. Instead of creating a character like any other multiplayer games, players are to roleplay as one of three main heroines, Elesis, Lire or Arme, and will come across with more playable characters throughout your quests. You may freely switch among the characters you have unlocked between missions, but their equipment and levels are separate.[4]

Leveling up

After each trip into a dungeon, characters receive experience. Experience is partially dependent on how well you did, and your level, but every player will gain some experience. Completing a mission awards additional experience. Once sufficient experience is obtained, the character will advance to a level. Higher levels improve statistics and grant access to better equipment. Experience can also be gained through PVP, and is significantly higher than dungeons at higher level.[3]

Party

When entering dungeons it is advisable to form a party. The game's interface makes it easy to create a party or join one created by another player. Friends can lock their party with a password or make it open to newcomers. The items that are found in the dungeons are shared by the party. To encourage group play, there is a slight experience boost when working together. Because there are six specific characters that each player chooses among, there is a chance (particularly at low levels) that two or more players will control characters that look the same; different equipment makes this unlikely however and player names always make it possible to tell them apart.

Player versus Player

Players can also compete against one another in combat. There are various modes of player versus player combat: three-on-three team battles, six-player free-for-all or Arena. Win/loss statistics are tracked for these matches. Team matches encourage players to plan their attack strategies and experiment with various formations. Six player free-for-all uses the survival fittest mode, where only the last man standing wins. Arena mode balances all the game stats, and you must select three characters in your hand. If one of your character dies, the other character of yours will replace his/her role.[5]

Characters

There are seven playable characters to play and players may switch characters between dungeons. Each character is leveled and equipped separately. Most equipment is character specific. Character choice is similar to class choice in most MMORPGs.[6]

* Elesis: Elesis is a Kanavan Knight and daughter of a Kanavan Tracker who never returned after he was dispatched to find KazeAze. Her reason for joining Grand Chase is to find her missing father whom she loved. Elesis specialises in close- and medium-ranged combat. She is also notable for her ability to reflect arrows, which only one other advanced character, Arme, can do. Her alternate jobs are Spearman, Sword Master, and Savior.

* Arme: Arme is a cheerful Mage from Serdin, the Kingdom of Magic. After hearing that KazeAze can dispatch powerful black magic, she joined Grand Chase in order to challenge her. She is able to switch between white magic and black magic to defend herself and her allies or attack her enemies respectively. Although she is notable for her fairly-quick moves, as well as a short-range teleport that is useful for getting behind her targets, most of her attacks are extremely weak and only deal considerable damage in combinations. Her alternate jobs are Alchemist, Warlock, and Battle Mage.

* Lire: Lire is an Elf from Eryuell Island, a community famous for their combat skills, but they are naturally pacifistic and try to avoid becoming involved in Human conflicts. She is sent to join Grand Chase to prevent KazeAze's plan from happening, which threatens their island. While she has the best jumping ability and is skilled in quick, long-ranged attacks, her attacks may be difficult to aim for beginners, and some characters may even block or reflect her arrows. Lire's alternate jobs are Crossbowman, Arch Ranger, and Nova.

* Lass: Lass is a mysterious young man who was possessed by KazeAze and is released from her grasp by Grand Chase. Upon recovery, his only memories are his name, and him being controlled by KazeAze. He joins the Grand Chase to atone for his sins caused by his hands under the control of KazeAze, which still lingers in his mind. Lass has the best mobility among all characters which allows swift and stealth attack, but lacks attack power and defense. His alternate jobs are Mercenary, Dark Assassin, and Striper. Lass is an extra character and must be unlocked by finishing a specific quest. The only server that does not have Lass is the American server.

* Ryan: Ryan is a forest elf from Eryuell island living peacefully with animals, but after the war on Bermesiah, most of the place was destroyed and his beings are almost extinct. Hearing the calls of the nature, he trains with the spirit of his ancestors and joins Grand Chase to protect the forest with all his strength. Ryan is known for his brute strength and ability to change into an animal. Initially a Druid, his alternate jobs are Sentinel, Viken, and Xenocider. He is available as an extra character in the Korea, Taiwan, China, and Brazil servers and can only be unlocked by finishing a specific mission.

* Ronan: Ronan is the descendant of the Erudon Family, the legendary family of Spell Knights in Kanavan. He was sent on a secret mission by the queen of Kanavan to observe and assist the Grand Chase girls and attack KazeAze, but was defeated and had his soul captured by KazeAze. After being released, he joins the Grand Chase. He uses knowledge of magic and his sword wielding attacks to quickly defeat foes. Ronan is an extra character and must be unlocked by finishing a specific quest. Ronan's alternate jobs are Dragon Knight and Aegis Knight. The only server which does not have Ronan is the SEA server.

* Amy: Amy is the Xenia continent's beloved star model. Her dance is able to subdue evil from conquering, and often accompanies the holy gods to prevent the dark gods from conquering her continent. Unfortunately, her continent is being taken over, so she escapes her continent and find ways to save her continent. She uses a pair of chakram and combines dancing with fighting, which allows her to do both supporting and attacking. She is an extra character and the Korea, Taiwan, and Hong Kong servers have Amy[7] on the present day.



Good way to start a thread and introduce a game *thumbs up*

P.S i dont know much about the game, can you tell a few more things?


What would ya like to know?
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kunisuia wrote:


ali1238 wrote:


kunisuia wrote:



What do you think of this game?

Here's the Description:
Gameplay in Grand Chase is primarily keyboard-driven. Movement, including jumping, uses the arrow keys. Attacks, which include combos and special attacks, use the keys A, Z, X and space bar by default, but can be set by the player. Due to the combos and special attacks, the game has a feel that is similar to side-scrolling fighting games. While it is an action game, the designers took care to not make a "button masher".[3]

The game is free-to-play, where players are to gain currency known as Game Points to buy better equipments or items, but there are some items that can only be purchased with real-world currency. Instead of creating a character like any other multiplayer games, players are to roleplay as one of three main heroines, Elesis, Lire or Arme, and will come across with more playable characters throughout your quests. You may freely switch among the characters you have unlocked between missions, but their equipment and levels are separate.[4]

Leveling up

After each trip into a dungeon, characters receive experience. Experience is partially dependent on how well you did, and your level, but every player will gain some experience. Completing a mission awards additional experience. Once sufficient experience is obtained, the character will advance to a level. Higher levels improve statistics and grant access to better equipment. Experience can also be gained through PVP, and is significantly higher than dungeons at higher level.[3]

Party

When entering dungeons it is advisable to form a party. The game's interface makes it easy to create a party or join one created by another player. Friends can lock their party with a password or make it open to newcomers. The items that are found in the dungeons are shared by the party. To encourage group play, there is a slight experience boost when working together. Because there are six specific characters that each player chooses among, there is a chance (particularly at low levels) that two or more players will control characters that look the same; different equipment makes this unlikely however and player names always make it possible to tell them apart.

Player versus Player

Players can also compete against one another in combat. There are various modes of player versus player combat: three-on-three team battles, six-player free-for-all or Arena. Win/loss statistics are tracked for these matches. Team matches encourage players to plan their attack strategies and experiment with various formations. Six player free-for-all uses the survival fittest mode, where only the last man standing wins. Arena mode balances all the game stats, and you must select three characters in your hand. If one of your character dies, the other character of yours will replace his/her role.[5]

Characters

There are seven playable characters to play and players may switch characters between dungeons. Each character is leveled and equipped separately. Most equipment is character specific. Character choice is similar to class choice in most MMORPGs.[6]

* Elesis: Elesis is a Kanavan Knight and daughter of a Kanavan Tracker who never returned after he was dispatched to find KazeAze. Her reason for joining Grand Chase is to find her missing father whom she loved. Elesis specialises in close- and medium-ranged combat. She is also notable for her ability to reflect arrows, which only one other advanced character, Arme, can do. Her alternate jobs are Spearman, Sword Master, and Savior.

* Arme: Arme is a cheerful Mage from Serdin, the Kingdom of Magic. After hearing that KazeAze can dispatch powerful black magic, she joined Grand Chase in order to challenge her. She is able to switch between white magic and black magic to defend herself and her allies or attack her enemies respectively. Although she is notable for her fairly-quick moves, as well as a short-range teleport that is useful for getting behind her targets, most of her attacks are extremely weak and only deal considerable damage in combinations. Her alternate jobs are Alchemist, Warlock, and Battle Mage.

* Lire: Lire is an Elf from Eryuell Island, a community famous for their combat skills, but they are naturally pacifistic and try to avoid becoming involved in Human conflicts. She is sent to join Grand Chase to prevent KazeAze's plan from happening, which threatens their island. While she has the best jumping ability and is skilled in quick, long-ranged attacks, her attacks may be difficult to aim for beginners, and some characters may even block or reflect her arrows. Lire's alternate jobs are Crossbowman, Arch Ranger, and Nova.

* Lass: Lass is a mysterious young man who was possessed by KazeAze and is released from her grasp by Grand Chase. Upon recovery, his only memories are his name, and him being controlled by KazeAze. He joins the Grand Chase to atone for his sins caused by his hands under the control of KazeAze, which still lingers in his mind. Lass has the best mobility among all characters which allows swift and stealth attack, but lacks attack power and defense. His alternate jobs are Mercenary, Dark Assassin, and Striper. Lass is an extra character and must be unlocked by finishing a specific quest. The only server that does not have Lass is the American server.

* Ryan: Ryan is a forest elf from Eryuell island living peacefully with animals, but after the war on Bermesiah, most of the place was destroyed and his beings are almost extinct. Hearing the calls of the nature, he trains with the spirit of his ancestors and joins Grand Chase to protect the forest with all his strength. Ryan is known for his brute strength and ability to change into an animal. Initially a Druid, his alternate jobs are Sentinel, Viken, and Xenocider. He is available as an extra character in the Korea, Taiwan, China, and Brazil servers and can only be unlocked by finishing a specific mission.

* Ronan: Ronan is the descendant of the Erudon Family, the legendary family of Spell Knights in Kanavan. He was sent on a secret mission by the queen of Kanavan to observe and assist the Grand Chase girls and attack KazeAze, but was defeated and had his soul captured by KazeAze. After being released, he joins the Grand Chase. He uses knowledge of magic and his sword wielding attacks to quickly defeat foes. Ronan is an extra character and must be unlocked by finishing a specific quest. Ronan's alternate jobs are Dragon Knight and Aegis Knight. The only server which does not have Ronan is the SEA server.

* Amy: Amy is the Xenia continent's beloved star model. Her dance is able to subdue evil from conquering, and often accompanies the holy gods to prevent the dark gods from conquering her continent. Unfortunately, her continent is being taken over, so she escapes her continent and find ways to save her continent. She uses a pair of chakram and combines dancing with fighting, which allows her to do both supporting and attacking. She is an extra character and the Korea, Taiwan, and Hong Kong servers have Amy[7] on the present day.



Good way to start a thread and introduce a game *thumbs up*

P.S i dont know much about the game, can you tell a few more things?


What would ya like to know?


art style, comman aproaches to the game,graphics, combat explained a little better and thanks for taking your time to post such a good topic/thread and replying

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