Realms of Magic – General Basic Guide

This guide entails (almost) all things Realms of Magic.

Guide to Basics

Character Races

When you create your character, you’ll have multiple Races to choose from to play as. Each Race has unique abilities of their own, so you’ll have more replay-ability value.

The Races

  • Human
  • Wild Elf
  • High Elf
  • Dark Elf
  • Orc
  • Dwarf
  • Goblin
  • Gnome
  • Lizardman

For New Players

If you’re a new player, and you’re not sure which race to play as, the Human Race has reasonable stats which should make your first journey a little bit easier.

Maintaining Stats

Your main character stats are:

  • Health
  • Mana
  • Stamina
  • Hunger
  • Thirst

Each stats have their own way of maintaining them. Some of the easier stats to maintain are Hunger and Thirst.

Thirst simply requires some sort of bottle or container for the water to go into, a Water Fountain, or a Well.

To put water into a container of your choosing, simply be near a Water Fountain or Well and right click on the container you want to put water into.

Maintaining Hunger takes a little bit more resources and time. You’ll have to create a Farm, you’ll need to make a Cooking Pot, you’ll need to make a Milling Table, and finally, you’ll have to create some sort of Storage for your Crops and Herbs.

As for what kind of crops you want to grow, that’s up to you. It depends on what you can find in the world or from certain Merchants. But a decent food source is Wheat Bread which requires 3 Wheat Flour to make in the Cooking Pot.

Talent Trees

When your character levels up, those Talent Points get spent here. There are 7 Talent Trees in total.

  • Heavy Weapons
  • Light Weapons
  • Combat
  • Fire
  • Frost
  • Nature
  • Necromancy

The Map & Traveling

When you first begin the game, you’ll only have a certain section of the map unlocked. To unlock all Provinces in the game, you’ll have to follow the Quests and Questlines to reach them.

When you move from area to area, you’ll realize that you’ll start at either end of the Level. To spawn in a precise location in each Level you want to go to, you’ll need a Pine Signpost. To craft it, you’ll need the Workbench. You will only need 6 Pine Planks and 4 Nails for The Signpost.

Respawn Location

An important thing to make note is setting your Respawn Point. When you die, this is where you’ll respawn once you activate the Respawn Point.

W.I.P.

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