On 10 being the worst and 1 being the best, I'd rate it a 2. First of all, Marleybone is my favorite world in the game, and I love how it relates to London. I also like how its so short that it only takes one day to complete, and that it involves a mystery to it. The only complaint I have is that it has narrow sidewalks and you can easily get into battle.
Really? Because Marleybone and Dragonspyre were filled with little angels compared to Mooshu. Emma Emaraldsword lvl 48
Well, it was really annoying when I get pulled into battles a bunch, but the music was great for me. I also would like to state that maybe it was a bit too long in my opinion. But other than annoying battles and completing this in like a month, a 7/10
i would give it a big old 10! thats right a 10!!! i liked it all the music was great, the dungeons were fun and i liked the challenge i never got pulled in because heres a trick: if you touch the wall its unlikely you get pulled in. i also liked the whole theme:) i loved everything i saw. people dont realize this but more bosses means more stuff and more stuff means more CASH!! and a better chance of lvl up. I LOVED IT
<- jack skullbreeze -> pyromancer pet helephant <-lord gizmo->
Marleybone did have the issue with the drawing people into battles, but everything else was awesome. Lots of pet drops, wonderful music, and the best part the theme. I love the music, the proper manners, the villain's designs, the darkness, and the idea conveyed in the music of a battle at the end of a detective chase.
You like MooShu for happy daylight? Wait until you hit the Tree of Life, the Ancient Burial Grounds, the Village of Sorrow. You will find out how dark daylight can get
hes right you know. get to those places and bright sunny mooshu will seem like sunken city combined with your worst nightmares. enjoy
I agree. Not a fan of Marleybone so I give it a 4. I like the evil about it, the windows breaking in the Regent's Square and Meowiarty. I hated Mooshu though. It was bright and cheery and too happy for me. I like Dragonspyre the best. Gloomy, yet you don't get pulled into battles.
i kinda agree. me marlybone 10. but i liked the same stuff you said about it. mooshu was okay but like you said way to cheery(for most of it) but the thing i agree most on is dragonspyre. I LOVE IT. i'm still in it but that's on purpose. i just don't want to leave. its AWESOME! i just wish there would be more side quests there. those are my favorite kind
4. It just seemed kinda easy, but with challenges here and there, I did not like the music. Kind of dark and gloomy. I loved the theme, and the accents. 3nd least favorite world, next to DS (least fav) and CL (2nd)
Marleybone would have to be a 9.5 for me. The first time on my Fire Marleybone was a huge pain, but over time on my other wizards it became simple, easy, and fun. This happened to me a lot, on my first time playing the game the worlds I hated ended up being the worlds I love today. I just didn't like being pulled into battles so much xD. Also I lived in England so it brought a sense of nostalgia (remembering past times.)
A 7, the theme of marleybone is awesome and the music is great. I also like the gear I Get from it. The only downsides is that its rather big size is due to TONS of dungeons. And the amount of times i've gotten taken out of a victory by bad luck alone infuriates me as it happens a lot here.
I find the dogs and cats theme to be original and unique :P but again, the nonstop dungeons and the amount of times I have to redo battles because an enemy got a cheap shot in cause my kraken fizzles only at the worst times ruins it for me.
I'd give it a 7. I liked the music and the London theme, with the cats and dogs. Also the love letter mission names were hilarious. Bone and the beautiful. Young and the Boneless. My parents watch a lot of soap operas (or whatever they're called) The problem was the repetitive missions. They were annoying. That and the millions of dungeons you had to go through. Also, the cat burglars were creepy, and the people were extremely needy (thousands of side missions per character) That did pay off, though, cause it wasn't hard to level up. I didn't do Kensington Park. I got into one battle, saw it was 3v1 and fled instantly. Overall, the world had a lot of thought put into it and the missions too.