EA Tien Chi: Beautiful, graceful, but fragile (in progress) Nov 6, 2015 5:25:40 GMT
Post by samt on Nov 6, 2015 5:25:40 GMT
Don't stop or we all die!
As the nobles of Tien Chi battle for dominance, glory, and power; sages train in seclusion to reach new heights of magical and martial skill. The fore most path for these sages is the Way and the Five Elements. The Way is an easy and old path any sage can take for a variety of reasons ranging from simple piety to desire for immortality. The Five Elements are based on the concept of the five elements of the world being water, wind, earth, fire, and life itself. The Five elements are only taught in the Bamboo Grove a place revered and respected by all. Promising youngsters are brought there to be tested and should they prove worthy may become either a warrior or sage. The Way is far simpler although it does follow the Five Elements, some wonder at what the differences are but they are rather simple. The Five Elements are a high ideal of the Way but the Way's true goal is what lies beyond in the form of the magic of the heavens itself or "true magic" by those less enlightened. In particular the Way is bent towards water magic as it is formless and life giving a concept that matches the high ideals of the Way. Masters of the Way constantly push themselves to achieve further enlightenment and those few that are acknowledged go to the Celestial city to train and become Celestial masters whose knowledge in magic and the order of the heavens is beyond all others in Tien Chi. Now, sensing the danger of the coming war, Tien Chi is truly united for the first time in fear of what is to come. Whether the might of a now united Tien Chi will be enough to survive the coming storm and reach true ascension is one left to fate and the wisdom of their god.
Why Play Tien Chi
Diversity and many options. Tien Chi is a nation that can recruit mages near equivalent to many rainbow pretenders in path diversity. This path diversity also allows them to transition through many phases of the game easily if you have a good plan and understand the spells in the game very well. Along with that is excellent sacreds that are useful at all stages of the game and massive gem income due to your path diversity. To top it off your army is diverse and can adapt to most tactics given enough time, money, and resources. Overall a nation that is easy to understand and use on the basic level as well as one that rewards a player greatly on in depth knowledge of the game. Besides who doesn't want to play a nation of frail, old, martial arts masters that with preparation, slay scores of giants with a few spare movements.
Fear not! Your deaths will be recorded in the histories of my Invincible Army!