Illarion is a free open source online roleplaying game that focuses on true role playing. All of the characters that you will encounter during your time here are living, breathing inhabitants of this mysterious world.
Illarion is a persistent fantasy game world with the technology of Europe in the 11th century. It features elves, wizards and demons invites players to fulfill glorious deeds and exciting quests every day. Illarion also features a complex crafting system, arcane wizardry and countless nasty monsters that wait in dungeons for their Judgement day. Illarion is a well established project, the game is fully playable. It has been a free alternative to games like Ultima Online, Tibia or Runescape for almost ten years.
The server is coded in C++, and runs on Debian Linux. The Illarion client is written in Java and makes use of the JWJGL library for its graphical display.
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