Eternity TTRPG is a tabletop roleplay game that puts world and story creation in the hands of the entire gaming group. In most TTRPGs, one person creates the world and storyline while everyone else roleplays their characters in that world. In Eternity TTRPG, everyone gets to help game master, and everyone gets to play a character. Each player takes turns contributing as a game master for the story. And the game’s story building systems keeps everyone on the same page, even though each game master is different in their ideas and approach. Since most TTRPGs only have a single game master, here’s a short list of reasons why you should give a multiple game master system a try:
Multiple game masters create more interesting, immersive worlds than single game masters.
Likewise, the stories are better since everyone contributes.
Each player gets to play the game more – there’s little or no down time while the “game master” takes turns with each player.
Players don’t feel “railroaded” into doing things that they either don’t want to do, or their character probably wouldn’t do, since everyone
gets a say in what happens.
You can rest assured that the story’s headed in a direction that will remain interesting to you, and will allow you to play the character you’ve always wanted.
Choose from 9 different races and 22 different classes. Each race and class have their own strengths in combat, and they are all balanced (our thousands of hours playtesting assure that). Not that combat is the most important part of a TTRPG. We actually believe the most important part is the story. But, when you do get into combat, you want to feel that your class build is as fun and useful as possible.
Ateri – “Ascended” Humans
Crour – Monstrous Beasts
Empyrean – “Fallen” Humans
Esper – Magically Mutated
Humans – The Original Race
Jadori – Lion People
Stoneborn – Bodies of Organic Rock
Treant – Sentient Trees
Yzarc – Angels of Destruction
Assassin – Bringing Final Memories
Berserker – Furious and Brutal
Cryomancer – Born of the Winter Solstice
Druid – Ferality and the Expression of Nature
Fallen Paladin – Destroyer of the Light
Jester – Keeping the World Honest
Judge – Authority of the Realm on Behalf of its Lord
Legionnaire – Master of War
Monk – Master of the Self
Nether Knight – Born of Another Realm
Oracle – Voice of the Eternals
Paladin – Defender of the Light
Pyromancer – Born of the Summer Solstice
Revenant or Witch – Defender of Shadows
Royal Guard – Life-Sworn to Service
Sage – Bringer of the Light
Samurai – Noble Class of Elite Warriors
Summoner – Gatekeeper of Aeturnum
Thief – It’s not Stealing if I want it More
Vampire Mage – Bringer of Shadows
Vanguard – Advance Force among Soldiers
Witch Hunter – Destroyer of Shadows
Ultimately, we all play games for massive fun. Eternity TTRPG provides enough rules to give your gaming group the framework you need to create amazing worlds, legendary stories, and engage in dramatic fights. But there’s enough flexibility for your group to decide the best way to have fun, for you.