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Silkroad Online
Box artwork for Silkroad Online.
Developer(s) Joymax
Publisher(s) Joymax
Latest version Flag of South Korea.svg 1.435
Flag of the People's Republic of China.svg 1.081
Flag of Japan.svg 1.025
Flag of the Republic of China.svg 1.0857
Globe.svg 1.10
Flag of Vietnam.svg 1.08
Release date(s)
Genre(s) RPG
System(s) Windows
Players MMOG
System requirements (help)
CPU clock speed
800 MHz
System RAM
256 MiB
Disk space
1.5 GiB
Network connection speed
256 Kibps
DirectX version
Version 9
Website http://www.silkroadonline.net/
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Silkroad Online (also known as SRO or Silk) is a free massively-multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) created by the South Korean company Joymax, and was released from open beta testing on February 21, 2006. Much of the background of the game is based on the Silk Road, a historical network of trade routes in Southern Asia. The game attempts to reproduce the Silk Road in a much smaller scale, looking realistic and at the same time incorporating fantasy elements such as the use of special magical skills and abilities. One of the game's most noted features is allowing players to choose three different job roles after their character achieves level 20.

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Overview[edit]

While the current version of International Silkroad Online is limited to the Chinese race, the Korean version of Silkroad Online has released both Chinese and European races, classes, and world map. Different races will also have access to different character abilities, such as the Islamic lamp elves, however, the power of the Greek gods will not be available to the Europeans.

Gameplay[edit]

After registering a login name and password on the game Website, the player logins to the game through the client, then creates a new character. To set up the new character, the player selects a username, or in-game name, a "figure," or a character with a small backstory, and their character's height and volume, which will not be relevant to gameplay and will alter only their character's appearance. Then, two other fields are chosen (which do alter gameplay): the starting clothing type (armor, protector, or garment), and starting weapon (sword, blade, spear, glaive or bow). However, both aspects can be changed during gameplay.

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