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Elsword is a free-to-play anime-styled side-scrolling fantasy MMORPG where players step into the role of one of six hero characters from the popular manga series. Players trek across the lands completing quests, battling opponents, and gaining experience to become a great hero. Players may adventure solo or in a group, engage in PvP, develop a variety of skills, and master specialized job classes.
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