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July 17, 2009
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WarpForce (WF for short) is a free-to-play, online, browser-based, single-player sci-fi role-playing game developed by Artix Entertainment. The official expansion to AdventureQuest, created and run by the same team! You can either play for free or pay a one time fee which grants the player access more game content
Gameplay[edit | edit source]
WarpForce's gameplay is similar to that of AdventureQuest so much of its gameplay revolves around fighting monsters in a turn based system. As players defeat monsters they gain experience points, gold and occasionally "Z-tokens", a secondary currency that can also be bought with real-world money.
Skill points, like mana, are used primarily for Battlesuits skills, in the activation of certain items, and the usage of potions. Skill points are required to flee from battle, the higher the monster's level, the more SP is needed. Fleeing from battle prior to the introduction of SP was enabled but at no cost.
Combat mechanics[edit | edit source]
Most fights start through random encounters and mission, which can be found throughout the game. The battle system is turn-based; on their turn the player may attack, equip an item, use an item, use techs, or call a pet. Both characters and monsters have elemental and weapon based resistances and weaknesses. Six stats (Strength, Dexterity, Intellect, Endurance, Charisma and Luck) also affect the amount of damage inflicted and taken, as well as the probability of an attack being resisted. There are three kinds of attacks which include melee, ranged and magic, depending on the type of weapon used. A battle ends when the enemy's HP drops to zero or if the player's drops to zero.
Plot[edit | edit source]
WarpForce is about the people of Lore (Humans, Dwarves, Elves, and a reptilian race called Drakel) who band together to create a fleet of starships powered by both magic and science, and zoom into outer space on missions to defeat a powerful and vast alien network that is working to take over the universe.
See also[edit | edit source]
- AdventureQuest - the first Artix Entertainment Role-playing game.
- AdventureQuest Worlds - the first Artix Entertainment MMORPG.
- DragonFable - the second Artix Entertainment Role-playing game.
- MechQuest - the third Artix Entertainment Role-playing game.