"This is a game you can play at your own rate. You don't have to be online at certain times and you could basically log in for just 10 minutes a day without missing out on important things. Most important is of course that this game is very original and very fun to play!"
- Lord Zumruthul
"I like Hattrick and have also been a fan of the Dungeons & Dragons environment/RPG-genre. PtP combines the two in a great way."
- Lord Zorro
"I’ve tried some other ones, but Pelantas was easier for me to get into. The game was more user friendly than the others. Pelantas did take some time to get used to, but was easier and more exciting than the other browser games."
- Lord Glauring
"It is addicting and I want to create the best hero ever."
- Lord Alajos Navarro
"I have chosen to play PtP because it is easy and does not require me to log in more than 2-3 times a week. I also like that the heroes progress relatively quickly, giving me something to do with my heroes almost every week."
- Lord Luakabop
"The most important factor for me is that I can play PtP without having to use too much time. I also very much like, that in 1 week I can spend 15 minutes in PtP and the next week 3 hours, and this without loosing because of it."
- Lord Brihantas
"Path to Pelantas doesn't require as much time to manage as a lot of other browser based games out there. The design is pleasing to the eye and the navigation is much better than a lot of other browser games I've seen."
- Lord Themesius
"Well... It's good, it's free and it allows for me to compete with my friends. It is very important that the game is not very time-consuming!"
- Lord Morlak the Sane
"It is unique, just as all the gangsta/pimping/ build-an-army-kill-another-player type games aren't. There is no advantage to players who can spend hours online. It is cool, or in English: It's the dog's bollocks!"
- Lord Bajahala
"It's kinda unique, and it has a good potential. The ideas behind the game are good, and there are many functions that you can have success with."
- Lord fcSLAM