Released to Steam in 2016 by Ragnarok Online, Tree of Savior (TOS) is a free-to-play MMORPG. Its dynamic is similar to conventional MMOs, with players choosing from a list of starting classes that can be improved and expanded upon as the game progresses. Ultimately, this offers a total of 80 available classes. Rather than a first or third person view, TOS shows characters from a 3D aerial perspective, similar to games like Runescape. The object of the game is to find the missing goddesses, overcoming various enemies and challenges along the way. Whether playing solo or in a group, the combination of jobs and classes ensures a great time for everyone, assuming their account is well-stocked with currency -- specifically silver and gold.
In TOS, gold and silver are critical for game progression; however, farming takes time -- time that should be spent enjoying the game's content. Considering how gold and silver impact progression, casual players simply can't keep up with their hardcore counterparts, unless they have help.