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Battle Without End

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Idler, RPG

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Flash

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Game Description

If you are tired of wasting your time grinding in MMOs, try this. This is an IDLE RPG for you to kill time. But also more interaction than common idle games.
It contains all the elements of a RPG game, even more than ordinary.
- Races
- Skills(decide how powerful you are)
- Equipment(with entirely random stats)
- A Blacksmithing system to upgrade your equipment with success rate
- Rebirth system(level doesn’t mean everything)
- No player class(let your skills decide what you are good at)

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