"No other browser game has kept me interested like PtP has."
- Lord Baronen
"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
"Simple and user-friendly interface and game design. Not too time-intensive (ie being inactive for 1-2 days is not a big issue)"
- Lord Sword Kill
"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
"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
"You don't need much time for this game yet it will change your life forever. Path to Pelantas is more than a game, it's a lifestyle."
- Lord Draxionius
"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
"It's different from most other text based games and I like the community."
- Lord Elgen
"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
"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