If you are asking if Dungeons and Dragons Online (DDO) online [sic] is an online game, then yes ... yes it is.
2.8 gigs for standard resolution, and i dont recall HD resolution but it was a little higher. it will tell you the size of your download before you download it.
up your connection speed, or download the standard download file... there really isn't a way to make it go faster other than that.. all large mmorpg's take a while
All players, paying and free to play, can level up to 20. To get past four, free-to-play players can loot certain Sigils from chests in dungeons and select them as rewards. These Sigils will get you past the current leveling checkpoint. The Sigils are also available in the DDO Store. Paying players don't need Sigils to advance at the level checkpoints so they don't have to pass up the other good loot in the chests for them. That's the answere to your question I hope it helped you thank you.
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No, flying has not been incorporated in Dungeons and Dragons Online, yet.
i think for now is level 20
Yes, Dungeons and Dragons Online will work on Windows 7.
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If you are talking about Dungeons and Dragons Online: You level up from experience. You get experience from exploring areas, killing certain monsters, and finishing quests.