Defend The Night aims to blend classic MMORPG elements with many exciting new options for player progression, including both PvE and PvP experiences. Free from the annoyances of pay-to-win mechanics, power must be earned through valor and combat in this dangerous world.
"Defend the Night" takes place in a world ravaged by Dragons, corrupted by dark mysterious forces; all the while plagued, tormented and blessed by powerful gods. Alliances of gods created races the Human, Elf, Half-Orc and Rel’goth and are poised to slow the advances of prevailing dark magic. Build your civilization to form a new world on the continent of Mortalha. Fend off advancing resistance by its inhabitants or dark forces that threaten every aspect of Certovia at present in this up and coming MMORPG by Ninja Loot Games. "Defend the Night" is a dark fantasy MMORPG with a challenging, return to classic, gameplay that will keep you on the edge of your seat. In the dangerous world of Certovia, power demands to be earned—not bought. As a result, skill and knowledge will be key to surpassing your opposition.
Defend the Night will be hosting a live discussion on a singular topic this December 5th at 8pm-9pm EST. This discussion will be attended by developers and players alike to discuss one subject. The Cleric Class. This think tank, theory crafting, class design, or whatever you want to call it allows the community to finally voice their grievances on the unfulfilling role that plagues most modern MMOs. Clerics are one of the pillars of the classic trinity system. It is a class that has been replicated for over a decade in MMOs and has been consistently unfulfilling. Hopefully, this live session can breathe some new life into the classic class.
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