Ruler of Kings II is a FREE, asynchronous (does not require dedicated time), and very easy to learn online text based role-playing game ("Text RPG" for short) that caters for those who love to read medieval fantasy while building up a character and dictating how it turns out - just like an author. In other words, you play a game that is writing a medieval fantasy novel in the background! "ROK II" as it is known for short, uses custom codes created by a veteran Game Master for you to play 24/7 without the need to wait for other players or a Dungeon Master. START NOW
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ROK II allows contributive input which means that Players can help decide what happens to the main Scenario or in game Quests. Remember the days of MUD, Zork, Wizardry, etc.? ROK II is similar but on steroids as well as it offers so much more because it is multi-Player interactive! START NOW
ROK first started as simple online battle script where you create armies and fought against other Players or the server using text based strategy. It further developed to what we called, "ROK I" by adding more options to play as a lone Character. The latest version is ROK II, which brings together Text RPGing, Play by Post, interaction, controlling armies, and a great interface that allows you to feel as if you are playing a Tabletop Medieval Fantasy Game without needing a Game Master or even other players present! START NOW
ROK II has an added bonus, a carefully created user friendly interface that caters for immediate play. Special needs are catered for in this game. Those with social anxiety, autism or other challenges such as visual impairment (blind) may find it a great way to relieve some stress as there is not pressure to keep up with everyone else. START NOW.
ROK II has within it: automated dice, full character sheet, stats, skills development, a city to explore, relationships to build, battles to fight, mysteries to solve, and so forth. Your own imagination is your limit! Please see our Videos below or START NOW
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Grandmother? No, that's silly. She does remember hearing a voice when she was a child but her grandmother told her she was imagining things. She looks all around and finally realizes…