Character Spotlight: The Eburians

After taking a look at Legacy of the Copper Skies‘ two player controlled protagonists Tir and Isen in our first two character profiles it’s time to turn our gaze to the background to learn more about the inhabitants of their worlds. This week we’re featuring a look at the Eburians who inhabit the lush green world of Tir’s Ebura.

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Original concept art of the Eburians.

The people of Ebura are a tight-knit community, relying on little more than hard work to provide food, shelter, safety and companionship. In order to survive, they need to work together, and they do it well. Stability is incredibly important to them and, as a whole, they can be resistant to progress if it threatens to alter their status quo and their communal way of life.

The Eburians’ lives are thrown into disarray as the worlds merge and only the combined efforts of Tir and Isen can protect their way of life.

Stay tuned for more details on the characters that make up the worlds of Legacy of the Copper Skies.

Character Spotlight: Tir

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After meeting Isen in last week’s character profile, it’s time to meet the other playable hero of Legacy of the Copper Skies, Tir.

TirTir is a stoic hunter of great skill. In his world chaos is a fact of life. With so many of Ebura’s creatures, people, and inhabitants all doing as they please things can get a bit out of control sometimes. This is where Tir steps in. He alone keeps Ebura in balance, and to do that sometimes things need to be destroyed so that others may thrive. Unfortunately, Tir is often quick to anger, and despite his good intentions things can quickly get out of hand. This is why he enjoys a predominantly solitary life in the forest.

Tir Facts

  • Weapon: Spear, Shield, Teeth, Fists
  • Basic Attack: Spear Slash
  • Charge Attack: Power Thrust
  • Special Ability: Tir is able to transform, and by doing so he becomes a powerful rage beast.
  • Destroyer: Tir is a force to be reckoned with. He’s prone to anger, and capable of destroying most obstacles in his path. Fortunately, destroyed objects often provide Isen with the resources she needs for her tinkering.