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EverQuest II

EverQuest II

  • Publisher
    Daybreak Games
  • Developer
    Daybreak Games
  • Release date
    8 Nov 2004

EverQuest® II is the epitome of massively multiplayer gaming - the ultimate blend of deep features, heritage, and community. Explore an enormous online world where friends come together for adventure and community. Immerse yourself in the game's exciting locales, mysterious lands, intense battles, exciting quests and amazing achievements. Featuring breathtaking graphics and a vast, beautiful and dangerous game world to explore.

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AGM score 82%
IGN 8.5
GameSpot 7.8
tank
xfire
e3 2004
online
pay-to-play
health
death
wasd movement
classes
melee
hit points
griefing
camping
text chat
e3 2002
polygonal 3d
digital distribution
water
sequel
steam
enemy health indicator
hammer
controversy
e3 2005
fantasy
post-apocalyptic
rpg
customizable characters
loot gathering
party system
experience points
e3 2003
non-player character
stat tracking
movement penalty
archery
table
tail attack
currency
boss fight
heads up display
magic
sword
inventory
dwarves
shield
arrow
fish
human
shopping
bow
rat
health potion
slashing weapons
potion
reward sound
magic staff
shoes
blunt weapons
magically imbued weapons
fetch quests
fight yourself
cloak
poison
status effects
magic meter
robe
damage over time
see invisible
hotkey
spear
armor
grinding
guild
mmorpg
halloween
day/night cycle
random loot
leveling up
scroll
character creation
player vs environment
mace
chain mail
compass bar
bag
crossbow
breath meter
safe spot
greaves
elemental weapons
emotes
smithing
cloth armor
dual wielding
kobolds
earrings
searching corpses
piercing weapons
longsword
banker
persistent world
damage shield
tracking
damage per second
power leveling
living guild
zones
casting time
vendor trash
veteran rewards
haste
ganking
procs
mana drain
pulling
conning
no drop items
trash mobs
kiting
guildmaster
attributes
axe
knife
questing
healer
elements
plate armor
buff
auction house
mythril
crafting
throwing weapons
cooldowns
player owned houses
two-handed weapons
trolls
ice
functional mirrors
pre-release public testing
wooden chair
collector's edition
orcs
never-ending
raid
warriors
ogres
black market
quest tracking
color-coded loot
half-orcs
optional lore
monks
rogues
gold farming
play-to-play
fictionalized real holidays
guild bank
particle system
real-time waiting
giant enemy crab
elves
necromancy
cloth map
quiver
leather armor
bracers
dark elves
dire
amulet
flower picking
greatsword
bread crumb trails
horse armor
mana potion
poison potion
conjuration
giant rat
illusion
evocation
high elves
wood elves
enchanters
stamina potion
alchemical ingredients
stun
severed head
usable detached body parts
reputation
collar
multiple discs
barefoot
fatigue
moving bodies
breastplate
dancing
bartender
platinum
expansion
wand
instance
whip
barbarians
berserkers
commerce
supply and demand
playable via wine
decay
polearm
pelt
aggro
forge
poisoncraft
enchantment
abjuration
twitter support
granny 3d
in-game advertising
magic carpet
inebriation
clerics
bruisers
griffons
shaman
warg
gnomes
halflings
half elves
tailoring
holidays
workbench
copper
beastmasters
gnolls
ensnaring
shrug
brewing
portrait
itemization
bards
debuff
dungeons
divination
arrowhead
spirit of wolf
cask
owlbear
temporary items
follow
mmo
weaponized musical instruments
foraging
kilt
gelatinous cube
external character creation
alcohol tolerance
hand wraps
double attack
krono
erudites
iksar
tinkering
jewelcraft
shadow knights
kerrans
arrow shaft
safe fall
vambraces
aviaks
priest of discord
everquest
ordering food
badger
frogloks
amphibian humanoid
dragon kill points
bixies
amygdalans
shadowed men
journeyman's boots
stein of moggok
halo of the enlightened
earring of the solstice
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About EverQuest II

EverQuest II is released by Daybreak Games in 8 Nov 2004. The game is designed by Daybreak Games. EverQuest II is a typical representative of the Role-playing (RPG) genre. Playing EverQuest II is a pleasure. It does not matter whether it is the first or a millionth hour in Role-playing (RPG), there will always be room for something new and interesting. Thrilling levels and gameplay EverQuest II will not leave anyone indifferent. The complexity of gameplay increases with each new level and does not let any player get bored.

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EverQuest II is versatile and does not stand still, but it is never too late to start playing. The game, like many Role-playing (RPG) games has a full immersion in gaming. AllGame staff continues to play it.

EverQuest II is perfect for playing alone or with friends.

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The story

This section tells the history of the world of EverQuest II

EverQuest II is set on the fictional world of Norrath five hundred years after the The Planes of Power storyline of the original EverQuest game. The gods withdrew from the world in retaliation for mortal incursions into their planes. On Norrath itself, Dark Elves and the Orcs destroyed much of Faydwer; while the Ogres, Goblins, Orcs, and Giants ravaged Antonica. Transport and communication to the moon Luclin were cut off. The storyline says that 100 years ago, the continent of Antonica was ripped apart into smaller islands, which are now called the Shattered Lands. The oceans became impassible, preventing contact between the continents of Norrath. Fifteen years ago, the moon Luclin exploded, and parts of the shattered moon remain in the sky. EverQuest II is set in what is called the "Age of Destiny" on the world of Norrath, 500 years later than the setting of the original EverQuest. The game world has been drastically affected by several cataclysms (see Story, above) since the original EverQuest. The planes have closed, the gods temporarily left, and the moon Luclin has been destroyed (and partially rained onto the face of Norrath). Remnants from the original EverQuest's Norrath can be found throughout the Shattered Lands. Players can ride trained griffons on predetermined routes over the Shattered Lands, or acquire a horse, flying carpet, warg, rhino or a floating disk so that they can travel more swiftly throughout much of the game world.

Screenshots

Screenshots will help you evaluate the graphics and gameplay of EverQuest II.

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Videos

If screenshots are not enough, you can enjoy creative videos from Daybreak Games

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