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Lucent Heart

Lucent Heart is a 3D fantasy themed MMORPG with a unique emphasis on the Zodiac system where a character's date of birth plays a key role in their stats. The game features bright anime-inspired graphics and encourages social interaction and relationship building through its soulmate system.

Publisher: Suba Games
Playerbase: Low
Release Date: January 10, 2014 (NA/EU)
PvP: Guild vs Guild
Pros: +Unique Zodiac system. +Unique gameplay (Emphasis on social features). +Bright anime-inspired graphics
Cons:  -Minimal character customization. -Poor interface. -Few classes.



Lucent Heart Overview

Lucent Heart is an anime-inspired fantasy MMORPG with an emphasis on socializing and dating. The game places a strong emphasis on the Zodiac symbols and has a built-in matchmaking and dating system. With the Zodiac System, a player's birthday plays a key role in their character. Those with the Taurus zodiac, for example, have stats that make them ideal Priests. Originally available through Gamemania's Beanfun service, Lucent Heart relaunched through Suba Games in 2014.

Lucent Heart Key Features:

  • Class Advancement – players start as classless beginners and pick their first class (Mage or Warrior) at level 4. Then have two advancements at level 10, then two more at level 36 for a total of eight classes.
  • Social Interaction – emphasis on social interaction as well as traditional MMORPG gameplay. The game features varied emotes, group dancing, and more.
  • Matchmaking/Dating System – built in matchmaking through the Cupid system. Players can have up to 3 soul mates and the ability to marry one. Soul mates gain bonus shared experience, special emotes, and more.
  • Six Crafting Professions – tailoring, blacksmithing, machinery, alchemy, jewel crafting, and card design.

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Lucent Heart Classes

  • Warrior - Warriors are melee damage dealers and tanks and can specialize to become either Gunners or Knights at level 10.
    • Gunners can become Comet Marksman or Nova Sentinels at level 36.
    • Knights can become Solar Guardians or Celestial Templars at level 36.
  • Mage - Mages are magic users in Lucent Heart and can specialize to become either Priests or Wizards at level 10.
    • Priests can become Dawn Prophets or Sun Commissioners at level 36.
    • Wizards can become Moon Flame Envoys or Galaxy Sages at level 36.

Players start off as Beginners in Lucent Heart and can choose their starting class at level 4 after completing some beginner newbie quests. The job advancements in Lucent Hearts are listed above with a total of 8 playable classes upon reaching level 36.

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System Requirements

Lucent Heart System Requirements

Minimum Requirements:

Operating System: XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 10
CPU: Pentium 4 1.3 GHz or better
Video Card: GeForce 3 Series / Radeon 8500 or better
RAM: 512 MB
Hard Disk Space: 2 GB

Recommended Requirements:

Operating System: XP / Vista / 7 / 8 / 10
CPU: Pentium 4 2.4 GHz or better
Video Card: GeForce FX 5900 / Radeon 9200
Hard Disk Space: 4 GB


Lucent Heart Music & Soundtrack

Additional Info

Lucent Heart Additional Information

Developer: Playcoco (Subsidiary of Gamania)
Publisher: Suba Games
Game Engine: Gamebryo

Closed Beta Date: December 12, 2013
Open Beta Date: January 10, 2014

Foreign Release:

Taiwan / Hong Kong: February, 2008 (Zodiac Online)

Japan: August, 2008 (Zodiac Online)

South Korea: April, 2009 (Zodiac Online)

Development History / Background:

Lucent Heart, also known as Zodiac Online in Japan, was developed by Taiwanese game developer Gamania and built using the Gamebryo engine. The game originally launched in the U.S. back in 2011 through Gamania's own Beanfun service but was shut down due to a lack of popularity. The game was later re-licensed by SubaGames. Lucent Heart was awarded the best new game award in 2008 by Webmoney Awards in Japan and was the most successful Taiwanese online game on the Japanese market. Despite its lack of success in the West, the game has been profitable for Gamania in Japan.