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March 24, 2004: Spotlight On World Tree
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World Tree isn't your ordinary fantasy RPG. It's not your ordinary furries game, either. After all, in most fantasy games you're not living in the branches of a tree thousands of miles high with branches that hold entire cities . . .
With eight sentient species - each with their own perspectives on life, the universe, and how things ought to be - and a setting just bizarre enough to keep you blinking, just familiar enough to give you a place to start, World Tree has enough detail to keep anyone happy. Its magic system is complex enough to allow for several variations practiced by different magic-users throughout the setting, but flexible enough to allow players to change it into what they wanted. The gods are defined by their primal nouns and verbs, a static number that forms the foundation of everything that exists. Every aspect of the setting is different from what you've seen repeated a hundred times in other games, but not so strange that you can't pick it up quickly.
Try something different. Try living on the World Tree.