Monsters Game



For thousands of years a merciless war has raged between the werewolves and the vampires. This is not just a war over hunting territories, this is the ultimate battle to decide who will rule the world! The war between the werewolves and vampires has also spread to the internet, you too have the chance to join one of the warring parties, perhaps tipping the balance in favour of your chosen race!



Here you can see all of the vital information for your character, such as how much loot you have already accumulated, your attributes and how much gold you currently have available. You also see detailed statistics about your past battles against the enemy race and can find a list of any monsters you have already created. Here are a few details about the attributes of your character:

You can buy a hideout here with the gold you receive from raids and any internet victims. You can erect a building, wall and path and also change the surroundings. The higher the level of your upgrades, the harder it is for an enemy on the hunt to find you and the larger the defence bonus you receive if you are attacked (both factors only apply if you are at home!).
The Town: The town contains several areas of interest you will need to become familiar with:

The store: You can visit the store in the town to buy weapons, armour, rings and various potions to heal your wounds or temporarily improve your character attributes.


The graveyard: You can take on various jobs in the graveyard to earn gold; however, while your character is working, he/she is unable to perform any other actions in the game.



 Your sentinel Once you reach level 5 you can buy your character the first of the sentinels, the hound. There are more than 40 different sentinels in all, each of which can be trained to improve its attack, defence and stamina attributes. The attributes of your sentinel are added to your own whenever you fight an enemy, in the same manner that weapons or armour can boost your attributes. However, the bonus from your sentinel is shown in a separate section of the battle report, whereas weapon or armour bonuses are added directly to your attributes.

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