Level Up The Way You Want


Assassin    A lethal assailant, specializing in killing single targets from the shadows.    
Battle Mage    A wielder of powerful magic dedicated to combat.   
Berserker    An unstoppable fighter with an unrelenting rage. 
Defender    A master of the shield, a guardian of the ones they protect.
Grifter    A con artist who uses their wit to manipulate circumstances to their benefit.   
Gunslinger    A rough survivor, with keen senses and a dead eye with their handguns.   
Hunter    An proficient marksman who uses traps and intelligence to their advantage.  
Reaper    A gifted being with powers of dark entities, to pass death onto others.  
Seraph    A wielder of light magic, capable of healing their allies and forming weapons made of light.    
Soldier    A trained fighter in firearms. Soldiers are masters with guns.   
Tank    A master of explosions and heavy equipment. Tanks can take as much as they dish out.   
Warrior    An expert in melee combat; warriors are experienced fighters.

How It Works

Classes resemble your character's methods and abilities they posses. Otherworlds features twelve unique classes, each featuring a unique Tier Leveling System that allows for you to freely acquire skills in a way that breeds creative freedom.

To achieve this is difficult, in a game without classes, in which you can pick up any abilities you see fit, characters seldom become unique. Ever heard of the expression, "when everyone is special, no one is."? That's how it feels when everyone can pick the best spell, the best combat feats, etc.

However, the opposite end of the spectrum is a linear leveling experience, where you have little control of your character, as the class of your choice railroads you into being similar as other characters of your class.

In Otherworlds however, with each Tier you unlock, you will have access to a large selection of abilities that you can mix and match as you see fit. There's no need to choose if you want your assassin to be a melee or ranged archetype assassin, instead you can choose that, or choose a hybrid between the two, by moving freely within the Tier. The higher level you become the more Tiers you unlock, the more skills you choose, leaving no two characters playing the same. 

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