There’s Ragnarok Online… I used to play that when I was younger. You can choose a profession from a number of jobs as you gain more experience in the game, such as a knight, assassin, hunter, blacksmith, sage, etc. But you can also become a crusader, a priest, or a monk. Now, it’s not blatant Catholicism they’re portraying (e.g., women can be “priestesses” but when you see how they’re dressed, you realize that they’re just nuns), but you can tell that they took tons of elements from it. To become a priest, you have to enter the acolyte stages. The advantage of being an acolyte, priest, or high priest is that you can do tons of damage on undead/demon monsters. I thought that it was cool that some of the spells used were the names of Catholic prayers and rituals in Latin (e.g. Magnificat, Signum Crucis, Angelus, Impositio Manus, etc.). Even the cathedrals and chapels in the game have a picture of the Madonna and child.
I wonder if it’s a bit confusing for those who aren’t familiar with Catholicism. Our prayers are NOT spells, women are NOT priests, and our priests and nuns shouldn’t be dressed like this: img311.imageshack.us/img311/1691/characterpriest4li.jpg
It’s a fun game, I admit. But it’s way too addictive and many members of the online community there are quite rude, just like in most online communities…