After about an hour of wandering through the vast wilderness of Myrland in ghost form and teleporting to the nearest priest, I finally reached the newly added Khurite capital city of Morin Khur.
The new iteration of this iconic city appears to have taken on a more diverse mix of several ancient Northeast Asian architectural styles. In many ways, it has been reimagined to be larger, breathtakingly beautiful, and deviously dangerous...
00:00 - For Your Viewing Pleasure
01:30 - The Long Narrow Pass Is Now More Dangerous Than Ever
02:35 - A Quick Rundown of My Journey to Get Here
03:52 - New Morin Khur Is a Fusion of Ancient Northeast Asian Architectural Styles
09:29 - Your Standings Matter When It Comes to How NPCs React to You
10:21 - I'm Sure We Won't See This When the Game Goes Persistent
11:53 - How the Massive World and Local Banking Will Encourage More Player Cooperation
14:24 - Morin Khur Has an Interesting History Back in Mortal Online 1
16:02 - Why an Expansive and Massive Open World Is So Important for Me
20:22 - Recounting What I Saw on My Journey to Morin Khur
21:59 - The Lack of Graveyards May Be a Good Thing
23:10 - A Word of Appreciation to Star Vault for Such a Massive Open World
24:54 - The Pace of Development Has Been Nothing Short of Astounding
27:07 - On the Subject of One Global Server for This Game
Mortal Online 2 is the long-awaited sequel to Star Vault’s long-running first-person sandbox MMORPG. Explore a massive open sandbox world and choose your own path, but be aware, danger lurks around every corner in this full PvP full loot world.