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The World of Alterra
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The World of Alterra

Welcome to Alterra, a literate fantasy RP with 500+ users!

It’s been ten thousand years since the goddess of creation used her powers to seal away the goddess of destruction. The world was thrust into turmoil and a thousand year war began between the nations. Choose from 10 nations to pledge your allegiance to, create a character with 9 races to choose from, and throw yourself into a job system with over 20 classes to choose from! Join our welcoming community today!
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88 reviews
SuperGeek SuperGeek
Much better than a lot of other RP servers
So far I have only been on this server for less than a day. I bombard the staff with a bunch of questions as I first join and I receive their full cooperation in helping me make my character. The server uses a combat system based on dice which I myself am not too familiar with, but using that system is optional anyway and provides a stable way to fight each other without arguing about power scaling. I got my character approved within the first 6 hours at like 4 a.m. which is above average compared to other servers character approval rates as those take anywhere between 1 to 3 days usually. I also the enjoy the clear path of progression that some rp servers just don't have. Good server. Sub to Pewdiepie. SUB TO PEWDIEPIE.
Meowmann Meowmann
Pretty good, there are times of inactivity though
Its pretty good, but I noticed majority of the members are from EST or other places besides Asia.
Mister_Howns Mister_Howns
Pretty fucken neato
This server really feels like I am playing an Oldschool MMO or RPG, while even having similar aspects to DnD. The Dice Combat and Stats are a little flawed, but that is to be expected. Staff are nice and helpful all the time-When they decide to be online of course. Everyone tends to be nice and make memes and be super weird, but that's what you look for in a server, right?
YoshtheGuardian YoshtheGuardian
Clinical Execution
Organization: The Server itself seems fairly complex at a glance, but is actually far more simple than it appears. The Channels and Categories are carefully placed such that for the most part it is easy to navigate and discover what you need, and the staff are very respectful should you need assistance or make a few mistakes along the way. The particulars to set up your character should you wish to participate are over all well presented and orderly, with only minute hiccups in finding particular, specific rules (but only due to the fact that communication is inherently flawed and never perfect.

Community: The majority of people who frequent it are actively helpful and friendly, and their community seems to be very supportive of each other and their endeavors. People who disturb the peace seem to be quickly addressed, and the admins take care to do their best to be quick and efficient in processing Character Creation and Design. It is particularly nice that non-involved people are unable to troll or foil the roleplays.

Creativity: There is clearly a lot of depth and care put into the world building, from the nuances that set it apart from other text/dice driven rps to the details of what races and classes are present. But not so much so that the system feels very limiting. The only real critique I have would be further expansion of Class and Race options, but I am spoiled to the diversity of Tabletop Dice RPGs. They have plenty enough to sustain their unique world ecosystem.

System: The system in place for creating, moderating, and running characters and games is simple and elegant. They are still seeming to be in the alpha or beta phases for certain aspects of their system, but their open-mindedness and willingness to hear feedback and suggestions will only further enhance the experience. The rules are presented in such a way that it is fairly easy to understand what is required, what is optional, and what is established. Though their Character Creation Assessment can be stalled due to availability of server staff and by the fact that multiple staff assess the process, the check and balance of each stafd member's input and feedback enable a cohesive final design that has a lot of potential to grow.

Overall: Complaints are minimal, and typical of any server or real world issue. If the staff had more free time to communicate and manage the server, these issues would even further dwindle. As a growing game designer, I have a lot of respect for what they have accomplished so far, and am eager to experience it firsthand, and hopefully watch it grow even further. You all should take pride in what you have made here.