Why You Should Play an Edeinos from the Living Land
“Well there’s your problem.” – Quinn Sebastian
The Torg Eternity Kickstarter launches in less than 24 hours!
The Torg Eternity Kickstarter launches in two days!
Humans have suffered under the thumb of the technodemons of Tharkold for hundreds of years. You’re a former slave who managed to escape your shackles (and your explosive collar) and joined the resistance, fighting for the freedom of your people. Isolated cells have fought a desperate losing battle against the Dukes of Tharkold for generations without hope of success.
In case you haven’t seen this yet…
As an Electric Samurai you hold to the ancient bushido code. You’re an honorable warrior but with high-tech weapons and armor. Some claim that the Electric Samurai came from a discovery by punk youths that they were actually descendants of nobles, so they decided to emulate them. Discipline is your middle name.
One of the great things about Torg Eternity is how fun it can be to play someone who isn’t from one of those wild, invading cosms!
[Starting this week, we’re going to be doing a series of articles highlighting a variety of different character types in Torg Eternity and what it’s like to play them.]
If you like playing a character who ends every sentence with an exclamation point, the pulp hero is for you! As a pulp hero you fight on the streets against dastardly villains and against the minions of Doctor Mobius! You seek justice for those who can’t get it for themselves! Most pulp heroes like you are former citizens of Core Earth, transformed by the invasion of the Nile Empire. However, you could be one of those rare individuals who come from Doctor Mobius’s home cosm: Terra, and you’ve come to defeat your nemesis and stop his rampage across the cosmverse!
“Well cross that bridge when we come to it.”
– Quinn Sebastian