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Eons after the creation of the universe, and after the rise and development of innumerable species and cultures, the Great Spirit descends upon the very heart of creation, the cradle of life: Eoris. This planet bears the universe’s name and lays in the farthest reaches of the cosmos where reality turns to dream. Eoris is the birthplace of the first mortal creatures, the mecca of civilisation, and the sanctuary of the ‘Sil’, angels of creation and direct descendents of God.

A few years after her arrival, God unconsciously proclaims her wish to die, a call only her angels can sense. This event marks the beginning of a new war, one that confronts the mighty empires of the mortals that strictly oppose the destruction of the Great Spirit against the ‘Last Angels’, celestial creatures that descended from the heavens to fulfil the celestial mandate.

In this war, the nature of our devotion to God opposes our need to live.

What is more important... God or her creation?

Tuesday, 26 November 2013

The Making of Eoris #1

Making Eoris took two guys sitting in a chair and illustrating, writing, game-testing and roleplaying for over a year and a half. But printing the book actually took about the same time. We wanted the books to look well, but most importantly to have the quality of their binding work for the years to come. It was truly an important matter for us to make sure the books would not wear out after a while. Because most of the images were so close to the inner edge and because they use so much ink the pages would not bind. This made us have to redo the entire book two more times changing the book layout, which in turn meant altering the order of the books. The original design was much darker, but this used a lot of ink. Eventually we gave it the current design which turned out great, not before having a printing company refusing to continue to work with us and having to start the lengthy process again with another company. 
          Eventually the book was printed in Colombia and it resulted in a wonderfully bound and printed book which we are very proud of.

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