Playing on a webclient is something that you will have to adapt to. Considering the screen is automatically fixed and you
cannot resize it, that may be something that you're not very comfortable with which will revert to you using a downloadable
If you ever run into any problems while using the webclient, make sure that you're using the most updated version of Java
and that you have set in your Java security settings to allow Java to run on http://divinity614.com/webclient.
When you're playing on a fixed or resizable client it's a whole different feeling than playing on a webclient.
When playing on a downloadable client you have the option to move the client wherever you wish unlike with the webclient.
It's all based on opinion really, whether you would want to play on a webclient or a downloabable client. The majority of
Divinity614 users use the downloadable client because it's more optimized for player killing rather than a webclient.
There's really not much difference between the regular client and the LITE client besides the LITE client only being a
.jar file instead of coming in a zipped file with other files inside of the main folder.
If your computer is particularly slow and not in the best condition, the LITE client is recommended considering it's
a smaller file and it would cause less data to be taken up on your computer.