From the Beginner's Guide:
Welcome to the Dolly Incorporated Clone Rehabilitation Program's Instruction
Pamphlet. This documents the first steps that all our newly cloned customers must go
through, where you will be learning the basics of operating your new clone body. You will
likely find that you are unfamiliar with your new clone body due to the innate physiological
differences from an organic human body. In addition to this, you may experience some
memory loss that is an inevitable side effect of the transferal of your consciousness to our
memory banks. Thus, we will also ensure that you learn all you need to survive and prosper in
Just so you know, the Beginner's Guide is 23 pages long, and includes sections on the game world's economy, 'social training', the game world, and combat mechanics, among many other things.
This is a free to play title, with in-game purchases and a subscription for VIP access. Free-to-play gamers may feel a little picked on, as pay-to-play players get many more benefits than they do. Subs players can change their avatar's apartment from the default given at the start, can get promoted to higher ranks, have limited access to civilian clothing, fewer weapons slots and so on. Check the wiki for further details.
- Massive science fiction adventure in a sprawling universe.
- Detailed plot, some of which is set, or affected, by your faction's agenda.
- Law Enforcement is there to protect you, citizen, which limits griefing in the newbie zones.
- Each faction has its own politics - which you'll only be able to participate in effectively as a subscription player - that affect your character's life in ways you can't begin to imagine.
Welcome to the future! Try not to die too often, as there's a limited supply of clones; once you run out, that's pretty much it for you. Once you emerge, dripping, from the clone tanks you have the option of joining one of several different factions; would you rather uphold the law, protect your fellow man, or engage in peaceful commerce? Then you plunge into the RPG whirlpool that is life in this somewhat shiny sci-fi future.
This title has a very heavy emphasis on roleplay. Though there is PvP combat, it only serves as a kind of backdrop to the machinations going on between the factions. This is one time when looking at the wiki before you dive in is almost mandatory. Ultimately the objective - if you get heavily involved in the faction-versus-faction stuff - is to take over worlds for your faction, and that involves some fairly complicated battle mechanics. But if you'd just like to indulge yourself in some heavy-on-the-drama roleplay, Face of Mankind has got it covered.
- OS: Windows XP/Vista/Win7
- Hard Drive Space: 5GB or more
- RAM: 512MB
- Graphics Card: 32MB 3D VGA W/ Hardware T/L support,ATI Radeon 7500 Series, NVIDIA GeForce 5000 Series, ATI Radeon 8000 Series or better
- CPU: 2.0 GHz 32Bit (x84)
- Sound Card: DirectX compatible
- API: DirectX 9.0c
[li]Connection: Internet Connection Cable/DSL
- OS: PC with Windows XP/Vista/Win7
- Hard Drive Space: 7GB or more
- RAM: 1GB+
- Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce 6000 Series, ATI Radeon 9000 Series, or better
- CPU: 2.5GHz 32Bit (x84) or better
- Sound Card: DirectX compatible
- API: DirectX 9.0c+
- Connection: Internet Connection Cable/DSL