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What is it?World of Terrosia - Reconstruction is an ORPG, heavily influenced by the art and terrains of Oblivion, Guild Wars, Baldur's Gate, and other famed ORPGs. It consists of a multitude of professions in which you can choose to be male or female (Only male until we get a modeler). The professions will consist of one model who has hundreds of animations for each weapon, and has benefits for his class-specific weapons. It is quite a large project that requires a large team, something we do not have. The quest system in this game is not fully reliable on the Save/Load system. Quitting a game through some quests might reset the quest for the next game. There are also 2 types of quests - Singular and Multiple quests. In Singular quests, you alone have it. In Multiple quests, the quest goes for the entire team (and is set to the person farthest back in the quest's list, no matter how far you yourself have gotten) Main Quests are generally Multiple Quests, although there are LOTS of exceptions.
What makes this unique?What sets this off from other ORPGs is its entire format and systems. WoT: R will feature a Karma system that allows players to make decisions and is affected by their decisions. Once players slip too far into the Karma system, it becomes harder and harder to revert the karma. This will have both positive and negative affects, depending on your profession. WoT: R also has a weapon and armor system like no other Warcraft III ORPG. Items are labeled by colors, as stated on the main website (click the signature that marks the top of this page.) To craft weapons and armor, you will require a variety of materials along with your resources. These materials can be bought for a hefty price or "farmed" from enemies. You can also get weapon drops from said enemies. Lastly, selling, trashing, or salvaging items you find will offer you to recieve gold, materials, or mods applied to the weapon. Another major system is the combat system, which I like to call the Combat Evolved system. In this system, you cannot run away, heal, then run back into battle and kill your opponen who hasn't regenerated fully yet. Those who have played Gaia's ORPG have witnessed such a system, but it can get a bit annoying in that map. The Combat Evolve system makes your enemies regenerate more health the longer they don't attack or are attacked. This also happens to players. Along with this, the foes will not follow players for long distances. The Combat Evolved system also effects the ressurection system for both players and enemies/NPCs. When an enemy/NPC dies, there are several conditions effecting his revival. The first is that the person who directly delivered the last blow to him has to be out of the specified region. The second is that 3 minutes must have passed. The third is that no NPC/Enemy/Player is near the spawn point. Players are revived when an allied character of any profession pays 250 gold or a designated professions (Monk, Paragon, etc.) pays 100 gold. They will be forced to "Force Revive" after 60 seconds, or when they use a specific command. The options of Force Revive are paying 300 gold yourself and reviving on the spot, going to The Bonemaw Temple and passing the challenges for 100g, or being revived for free in the closest town or if there is no town nearby in the City of the Damned, where you can re-enter the world for 500g (you can get a maximum of 500 gold here by doing specific jobs.)
Anything else?Along with the main quest, optional quests, class quests, etc., there are jobs. You can do jobs for money, experience, items, etc. Some jobs are mini-games while others are just standing around. Choosing the right job also means choosing the right profession. A Ranger will be a better fisherman than a Monk, and a Monk will be a better Priest than a Ranger. A Paragon will be more likely to find Trophies for the Museum than an Assassin, where an Assassin will be more likely to eliminate targets without being caught than a Paragon in glittering armor.
RECRUITMENT & CURRENT MEMBERS
Stygian Shadow - Terraining, Triggering, Unit Balance, Project Leader, Spells, Ideas, Lore, Quests, ETC.
Asip - Terraining, Other, Project Development
Recaby65 - Minor Terraining, Other, Project Development
Azmuth101 - Currently being contacted if he still wishes to continue work on this ORPG
maddeem - GUI Triggering/Spells
Required Team MembersCoders - We are in desperate need of people with high knowledge of GUI/JASS
Spell Makers - We are in need of an idea team for Spells and a creator for advanced spells, possibly with a knowledge of JASS
Terrainers - This is not a highly required field, but it is always welcome.
Unit Balancers - With a large amount of units, we just can't get enough people to balance them all.
Ideas - We are in need of people who can come up with ideas for quests, spells, etc.
Testers - You should sign up as soon as possible before spots run out.
Modelers - Not required as of the Beta, but highly welcome.
Followers - These are what inspire us to keep going, and what we need from you the most. Even if you post just once every 2 or 3 days, you are a vital asset to the team.
SignatureIf you'd like to help, we'd really appreciate it if you put our signature, with a link to this page, as your signature. It would advertise both the project and Dragonson's awesome signatures.
If somebody could tell me how to add the code without it showing up as the actual signature as well, I'll put that here. I can't figure it out.
Fort Truth has a history of conflict and warfare dwelling deep into the time of Lionel Dugard, the Hero of the People. Owned by the grand and prosperous continental empire of Vaelhart, Fort Truth was recently disowned and has been sent into Anarchy. Soon after it's decline, the most public of the famed "Bird Armies", (a highly mysterious army of 3 specific bird species-named human guardians that are little known of), known directly as the Eagleguard moved in to quell the hysteria and chaos. Savnig it from Anarchy, they face the problem the armies of Vaelhart were plagued with so many years in the past. Fort Truth is home to many Bandit gangs, including the notorious Bloodbow Bandits who claim it as their capital. Despite Eagleguard superiority, the bandits turn to slaughter innocent civilians to instill fear into the Eagleguards and cause them to retreat before harm is done. Although the Eagleguards show no will to leave the city, the Bandits continue to capitalize on the chaos of the recent Anarchy. This is where the players will start. Having access to this city, the jungle island of Kalsbury, and later in the storyline the Isles of Drakkar, this will serve as a hub for both Black Market trade and the main storyline.
The Island of Kalsbury has long been home to a racially diverse population of advanced beings and isolated tribes. Despite the island being inhabited by Dark Elves, Humans, and Orcs alike, no racial hate is implied. You can expect the fear that took over the island when people started disappearing. Recently, a goblin scientist named Gor'Laag has discovered a microscopic particle, dubbed Austerman's Plague after the central region of the island, where it is most present, to be the cause of the disappearances. The disease spreads from the corpses of dead, and gives the victim it is contracted by sudden symptoms of schizophrenia, cannibalism, insanity, and a often times a bipolar-type symptom. As the scientists race against time to develop a cure, they are faced with an unanswerable question: Was the plague started by Cannibalism, or did Cannibalism start it? A classic chicken or the egg question, they have been forced to stop research until it is answered - and until Gor'Laag, the only one with the information of the disease is found, as he has recently disappeared from his isolated jungle mansion - in the midst of the tribal cannibals.
The Dark Forest
Multiple Small Bandit Camps
Temple of the Gaelsmark
Vaelhart Forward Base
Eagleguard Forward Base
Fort Persistence - Bandit
Fort Truth - Bandit/Eagleguard
Fort Power - Vaelhart
SCREENSHOTSThe terrain screenshots are currently under development.
PROFESSIONSThe profession/class/path system is a basic system that allows you to choose one of multiple classes, but able to be switched at almost any time. There are 6 starter classes at the moment, and 3 advanced classes (The info on the website is still needing to be cleaned from when we went crazy with impossible ideas). Advanced classes can be gained once access to locations is found. The 6 basic classes are:
Sorcerer - Path 1 of the Mage
Mesmer - Path 2 of the Mage
The only currently revealed Advanced class with a dedicated starting location is the Assassin of the streets of the great city at Ka'Yeeg.