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The Island RPG is a browser based role-playing game, based on the hit TV series Lost on ABC. You can create your own character and train to gain levels, earn money, buy weapons and armor, fight in the jungle, battle against other players, chat amongst the players, send messages and be whomever you want on The Island.
Based off Legend of the Green Dragon, The Island RPG It is an entirely text oriented game that is based on a click and play method, each navigation taking you to the next part of the game. It allows players select a character class, choosing from among Death Knight Skills, Mystical Skills, and Thieving Skills. While a player is training in a particular skill, s/he is subject to random events in the woods for that particular skill, which provide opportunities for advancement. Eventually, players may master all three skills.
Players can take a certain number of actions every day. Actions could be to fight monsters in the forest, attack other players or to attempt to slay the Red Dragon itself. In addition, every day a player can send a "flirt" to another player character which may range from a shy wink, to sex, to a marriage proposal.
There are non-player characters located at the Inn: Charlie the bard, Juliet the barmaid, and Desmond Bartender. Charlie the bard will sing a song for a player. The Bartender provides services and information to any player who can pay him in gold or gems, but provides nothing for free.
Male players can also flirt with Juliet, and female players with Charlie, in a fashion similar to flirting with other players. Success is based on the player's charm points. A marriage to Juliet or Charlie may last one day or two months or more; unlike player-player marriages, the software may terminate these bonds at any time.
The Island allows many players to play simultaneously. This allows real-time player-versus-player battles.
The Island features several in-game message boards, as well as a electronic personal message system, which allow players to converse. Players may also use the mail system to send flirtations to other players, or marriage.