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Archaic Deception


Immerse yourself into the adventurously cryptic world of Diveria.

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Gain a deeper understanding and appreciation for the communities.

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Decide where your loyalty lies in the battle of good v. evil.

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Surrounded by a dense, deciduous forest, Tillerack is home to a lot more than most see with the naked eye. Not only does it provide the community with considerable protection, but it also houses a menagerie of consumables and medicine. While most civilians welcome its nourishment and beauty, some perceive the woods to be mysterious and intimidating.

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Secluded by a complex barrier of dunes, the desert region of Sartica has a thriving community that’s assembled by the north, south, east, and west. With only two water sources, much of the land is covered in beige tones to assist with the extreme heat spells. A significant exception is the Ersatzian Field, which is located in the center of the city and houses the leader of the region.

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Home to the exiled and those needing a second chance, The Barren Land separates itself from any other region in Diveria. Divided into a lower level known as the valley and an uninhabited mesa, both are encapsulated by a sandstorm known as The Lost Sphere.

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The Quo is home to the presumed extinct race known as the quorians. Since the War of Kings, this cavernous city has maintained seclusion within the depths of the surface. With an air of enchantment, this sacred location was the final resting place of their beloved King Klai.

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