Die offene Beta-Phase des Free-to-Play Strategie-Browserspiels Lord of Ultima von EA Phenomic ist vorbei. Das Spiel wurde heute offiziell angekündigt. Gründe eine Stadt, führe deine Armee an und werde zum Lord Of Ultima!Lord Of Ultima ist EA's erstes Spiel in einem neuen Genre: ein. Lord of Ultima war ein Browser-Strategiespiel von Electronic Arts, das von 20existierte.
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Crown of the Gods is a browser-based empire-building massively multiplayer online MMO real-time strategy game, giving a quality gaming experience for players from all walks of life!
Build and manage your empire, join alliances, enlist troops and battle them in real-time against other players or against generated monsters, buy and sell resources on the marketplace, chat in game chat, and build alliance Temples in order achieve the lofty rank of Champion of the Gods!
One must come forth who can unite the land again, and appease the eight gods so they cease their battles and allow the people of Aschendal to live in peace once more!
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The protagonist in all the games is a canonically male resident of Earth who is called upon by Lord British to protect Sosaria and, later, Britannia from a number of dangers.
Since Mondain possesses the Gem of Immortality , which makes him invulnerable, the Stranger locates a time machine , travels back in time to kill Mondain before he creates the Gem, and shatters the incomplete artifact.
When Minax launches an attack on the Stranger's homeworld of Earth, her actions cause doorways to open to various times and locations throughout Earth's history, and brings forth legions of monsters to all of them.
The Stranger, after obtaining the Quicksword that alone can harm her, locates the evil sorceress at Castle Shadowguard at the origin of time and defeats her.
Some time after Minax's death, Exodus starts its own attack on Sosaria and the Stranger is summoned once again to destroy it. Exodus was the first installment of the series featuring a player party system , which was used in many later games.
Although Britannia now prospers under Lord British's rule, he fears for his subjects' spiritual well-being and summons the Stranger again to become a spiritual leader of Britannian people by example.
Throughout the game, the Stranger's actions determine how close he comes to this ideal. Upon achieving enlightenment in every Virtue, he can reach the Codex of Ultimate Wisdom and becomes the "Avatar", the embodiment of Britannia's virtues.
The Avatar and his companions proceed to rescue the true king, overthrow the tyrant, and restore the Virtues in their true form.
Over the course of the game, it is revealed that the Gargoyles have valid reasons to loathe the Avatar. Exploring the themes of racism and xenophobia , the game tasks the Avatar with understanding and reconciling two seemingly opposing cultures.
Ultima VII: The Black Gate sees the Avatar entangled in the plan of an ostensibly virtuous and benevolent organization named the Fellowship inspired by Scientology   to create a gateway for the evil entity known as the Guardian to enter Britannia.
He elaborated that "the first three didn't have much to do with each other, they were 'Richard Garriott learns to program'; IV through VI were a backwards-designed trilogy, in the sense that I tied them together as I wrote them; but VII-IX, the story of the Guardian, were a preplanned trilogy, and we had a definite idea of where we wanted to go.
The tie-in storyline was limited to this island, where a piece of Exodus his data storage unit had resurfaced.
To leave the island again, the Avatar had to destroy this remnant of Exodus. In the process of doing so, he also created The Black Sword, an immensely powerful weapon possessed by a demon.
According to interviews, Richard Garriott felt it therefore did not warrant a new number. Production was rushed due to deadlines set to the developers, and the storyline was cut short; remains of the original, longer storyline can be found in the database.
Following the Fellowship's defeat, its founder Batlin flees to the Serpent Isle, pursued by the Avatar and companions.
Serpent Isle is revealed as another fragment of former Sosaria, and its history which is revealed throughout the game provides many explanations and ties up many loose ends left over from the Age of Darkness era.
Magical storms herald the unraveling of the dying world's very fabric, and the game's mood is notably melancholic, including the voluntary sacrificial death of a long-standing companion of the Avatar, Dupre.
By the end of the game, the Avatar is abducted by the Guardian and thrown into another world, which becomes the setting for the next game in the series.
Like Forge of Virtue , the expansion contained an isolated sub-quest that was irrelevant to the main game's storyline, but provided the Avatar with a plethora of useful and powerful artifacts.
The Britannic Principles and Virtues are unknown here. Pagan is ruled by the Elemental Titans, god -like servants of the Guardian.
The Avatar defeats them with their own magic, ascending to demi-godhood himself, and finally returns to Britannia. The Avatar has to cleanse and restore them.
The Guardian is revealed to be the evil part of the Avatar himself, expelled from him when he became the Avatar. To stop it, he has to merge with it, destroying himself as a separate entity.
The unreleased version of the plot featured a more apocalyptic ending, with the Guardian and Lord British killed, Britannia destroyed, and the Avatar ascending to a higher plane of existence.
Akalabeth: World of Doom was released in , and is sometimes considered a precursor to the Ultima series. Drash in The maze game has nothing in common with the others,   but is highly sought after by collectors due to extreme rarity.
The Worlds of Ultima series is a spin-off of Ultima VI using the same game engine , following the Avatar's adventures after the game's conclusion:.
The second spin-off series, Ultima Underworld , consisted of two games with a first-person perspective:.
Console versions of Ultima have allowed further exposure to the series, especially in Japan where the games have been bestsellers and were accompanied by several tie-in products including Ultima cartoons and manga.
The player characters in Ultima Online exist on these "shards". The aging UO graphic engine was renewed in with the official Kingdom Reborn client.
Ultima Online 2 , later renamed to Ultima Worlds Online: Origin and canceled in , would have introduced steampunk elements to the game world, following Lord British's unsuccessful attempt to merge past, present, and future shards together.
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A number of websites had urged players to seek refunds via PayPal for recently bought game funds. Fans of Lord of Ultima supported a KickStarter campaign to recreate the game.
This Kickstarter campaign was fully funded in just 17 minutes. In Lord of Ultima, game-play primarily revolved around collecting resources to develop cities and armies and then battle against each other for power and prestige.
Players started off with a single city, which was protected from attack for seven days. A player could choose to settle inactive cities or create new cities after the required prerequisites have been met.
A player can also build a castle enabling them to conquer other cities with castles and vice versa.
It was a common mistake for new players to "castle their first city", resulting in their elimination. Players without castles could raid dungeons PvE battles but cannot plunder other players' cities.
Joining an alliance was crucial in this game for both protection and economic support. The objective of the game was to attain the title "Lord of Ultima", which can only be done with the support of an alliance.