Frogster’s upcoming MMO Eligium: The Chosen One has a new official website and they have also revealed more race information.
The features in-depth information and videos for the MMO to guide players before the game releases. With the new site launch, Frogster has released information on two of the game’s races, the Elves and the Pandas, along with new shots of Pandas in Kung-Fu action and elves in not a lot of clothing.
The Pandas – Masters of Martial Arts
For years they train in the secluded monasteries of their homeland, tempering body and spirit with the aspiration of becoming a monk. Once they have achieved this status, they are able to harness the power of their chi – the energy that flows through every living being – and implement it in battle. Using this life force, they instil fear in their foes, both in close combat as well as long-range fighting. Like the other races, pandas are given the choice between two skill specialisations once they reach level 15.
One such specialisation is that of the Fire Breather. Panda monks with this designation particularly excel at fortification spells and long-range magical attacks, for example Breath of Fire, which hurls a mighty blast of flame at unsuspecting opponents. In contrast, pandas who opt for the other specialisation develop into terrifying close-combat fighters. Through their training, they can learn to create several clones of themselves for support in battle.
The Elves – Arcane Forest Dwellers
The elves are one of the oldest of the four races of Galgaron. These mysterious creatures have inhabited the dense forests since the dawn of time, and over the centuries they have become true masters of long-range combat. As hunters and trappers, they have mastered archery like no other race and always hit their mark, no matter how distant. Like the pandas, elves also have two specialisation options. The first is that of the Scout, who is able to attack with deadly precision. The second specialisation is of a more defensive nature. Elves who choose this path learn to become almost invisible, darting from one shadow to the next and expertly utilising every possible opportunity for concealment.