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Dragon Eternity challenges players to take up their weapons and take on hundreds of quests and battle hundreds of enemies, including elite-class and epic-level boss monsters. Fortunately, over time, players can acquire dozens of sets of rare armor and items, master multiple schools of magic, and lead a beastly menagerie of companions into battle, including fire-breathing dragons.

Aside from offering hundreds of quests and monsters to conquer, Dragon Eternity will also include a full suite of non-combat crafting professions, multiple tiers of player-versus-player (PvP) head-to-head battles, rare item collections, and numerous social elements, such as the ability to buy and sell items on an auction house, as well as to form long-term player clans. Though Dragon Eternity is still in development and will ultimately offer simultaneous, cross-platform multiplayer on Android and iOS devices as well on Web, the Web version of the game is currently in open beta and has already garnered more than 1 million beta testers worldwide.
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