A tale for the ages...
At the edge of the Universe the Aeons set about to create and to destroy. What was left in the wake was the children of Terra, unified and prosperous... Until the breaking of the world...
Embark on a journey of two souls, bound together by fate as they challenge destiny in an epic tale of time and space, love, laughter the human condition and those who seek to destroy existence.
Rinelesca "Rin" Stellaris
The daughter heir to the throne of Lusec, Rin is caught in the midst of a brewing war, after celebrating centuries of peace. As tensions rise in the nation of Lusec, Rin sets out on her own to figure out the cause of the goings on in Terra. As she inches closer to uncovering the truth, what she thought was myth slowly becomes reality.
"While I can’t claim to know the workings of the Aeons, I know what brings about good in this world. Compassion, peace and love for our fellow beings and creatures. I need not rely on ancient texts and prophecies to see what value these things bring to the world."
A young man orphaned in his youth, unbeknownst to him, he is one of the Descended. A fabled people born of Mortal and Aeonic blood. Thrown into a world beyond possibility, Eldric must find the courage to face his deepest fears. Is it destiny or choice in which one’s life is framed?
"What’s that stomach, you want a double dragon slayer eggwhich on rye, lightly toasted with a dash of salt and strangle pepper?"
The core gameplay focuses on fast paced action combat that plays out in 60 fps. As you progress through the story you can play as either one of the main characters. You are able to switch between either character on the fly utilizing each of their unique fighting styles. Rin focuses on Area of Effect magic and ranged bow attacks, and Eldric in your face melee and energy blasts. You can use this as a strategic advantage in battle!
In the Beginning was the All Power. And in the Allness was found both darkness and light.
And the First Aeons were the Gods of the All.
And in the Aeonic Flow there was power.
And by this power some set about to make the stars and the worlds, others to destroy them.
It seems they have forgotten what it means to be mortal.
By: Unknown – From the Principio Temporis, c. 132 – 155