These are the best. The best of the best. The best of the best free to play (F2P) MMORPGs that are known to man. How do I know they are the best? I just know, and if you have an issue with that, try them out and tell me what you think the best are. Go ahead, I dare you!
5. War of the Immortals
War of the Immortals is the best, well it's not the best, because the best would be number one, but this is like the fifth best. War of the Immortals is the fifth best F2P MMORPG.
4. Everquest II
EverQuest II is really one of the best F2P MMORPGs. I played the original Everquest for years and years, and since Everquest II is an updated version of the original, then that means i'll play it twice as long right? So this is like the best game! Fourth best even.
3. Forsaken World
Forsaken World is pretty great. It's not the best, but it's better than most, in fact i'd say it's like the third best F2P MMORPG. That's right, I said it here, Forsaken World is the third best. I'm not going to take it back either. Just trust me.
2. Dragon Nest
Don't be fooled by the name, Dragon Nest includes both Dragon's and Nests! I'll say there's more Dragons than nests. In fact, i've not once seen a nest in Dragon Nest, but i'm assured they are there. This makes it one of the best F2P MMORPGs, not because of the nests, but because of the Dragons.
1. Allod's Online
My best F2P MMORPG list ends with the best free to play MMORPG. Naturally, number one is the best, so i've listed Allod's Online as my number one. This game is the best! I know I said the other's were the best, but this one is actually the best. Dont' just take my word for it though, you should try it out. Because I won't be satisfied until you are satisfied.
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