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Rise Of Immortals(or RoI) is an online, free-to-play PC game that expands on the hit Multiplayer Online Battle Arena (MOBA) genre with new, innovative features designed to appeal to both core and casual players. It is Petroglyph's (of the Command and Conquer and Universe At War fame) first attempt on the genre.

Rise of Immortals is set in the world of Graxia, 300 years after the events of “Guardians of Graxia,” Petroglyph’s fantasy-based PC game released last year. Rise of Immortals features the popular action-strategy gameplay of traditional MOBA games, but adds enhanced socialization features, along with persistent character progression – a first for the MOBA genre. Instead of an account- based leveling system, players can advance their Immortals through a diverse, persistent skill tree, customizing and upgrading the characters to unlock unique abilities that persist from match to match.

In addition, Rise of Immortals features a social hub where players can show off their enhanced Immortals, chat, emote, browse leaderboards, shop, manage friend and guild lists and more. Players also have the option of taking their Immortals through cooperative Player versus Environment (PvE) scenarios to learn the game, try out new abilities, and earn persistent experience before jumping into Player versus Player (PvP) matches online.

Players can purchase items via the in-game store to further enhance their Immortals, including new Immortal skins and consumable items like in-game boosters and elixirs. Petroglyph plans to release new content on a regular basis, including additional Immortals, arenas, skins, sound packs, pets and more.

It has already been launched officially (sign up here) and has a public forum.


This video game contains examples of:

 The Queen of the Nightlife is a carefree spirit, one who has embraced her undeath as a blessing; one who truly lives even though she is by all rights dead.

  • Magic Skirt: Kyrie, despite her jump-happy fighting style and occasional break-dancing in a ridiculously short skirt, never shows anything too suggestive.
  • Magitek: Psychozen's mecha. Turrets also count.
  • Man in the Machine: Psychozen
  • Microtransactions
  • Mini-Mecha: Psychozen's robot is certainly more impressive than the average wheelchair.
  • Ms. Fanservice: Tatiana takes this concept and runs with it. Talia and Aislynn have elements of it.
  • Multi-Armed and Dangerous: Nyssus
  • Mysterious Past: The Netheurgist's past is so mysterious that nobody knows who he is, what he is, what sort of magic he's actually using, or even what his real name is. Everything that is 'known' is speculation.
  • Names to Run Away From Really Fast: Lazarus the Lord of Oblivion? Kyrie the Angel of Vengeance? Nyssus the Destroyer of Worlds? Witch of Fate? Just run...
  • Nubile Savage: Aislynn; the trope page may have very well been a How-To guide for her character designer.
  • Omnicidal Maniac: Graxia seems to attract people who enjoy wiping out all sentient life within a few thousand miles: Scorpix and Lazarus are more obvious examples, Shard, Tatiana, and Psychozen are borderline cases, and Ichorr hopes to invoke the full-blown world-destroying variety to get the attention of his people.
  • Our Dragons Are Different: Trovoc is pretty close to being a typical Western dragon except that he's only about the size of a motorcycle.
  • Our Dwarves Are All the Same: Balak toys with this. He fits most of the standard stereotypes, but he's just so friendly and good-natured it's hard to believe he's a dwarf.
  • Our Elves Are Better: Or at least eviler. They hunted Graxia's dragons to near-extinction to steal their blood. The fact their only real appearance in the Tournament is the Netheurgist doesn't say much for them either.
    • Nauria looks elven, too. No, she doesn't make their reputation any better.
  • Palette Swap: Vezin's three skins. Played perfectly straight with Count Vezin, who is simply Red Vezin. His other two skins have minor differences but are still basically White Vezin and Straw-Colored Vezin.
    • The developers admit to doing this with Ukkonen.
    • Kavashiir's skins as well, though they look different enough to not immediately tell.
  • Panthera Awesome: Kavashiir, who is a humanoid lion.
  • Parental Abandonment: Psychozen, abandoned because of his deformities.
    • Also Kyrie, whose mother was killed by Lazarus.
  • Physical God: Lazarus, according to his Backstory. Aislynn is implied to be a demigod. Shard is the goddess of creeps.
  • Poisonous Person: Scorpix
  • Power Crystal: The lore and designs revolve around the Graxian crystals, usually found in the structures and the creeps.
  • Power Floats: Tatiana, Vezin, and Ukkonen. Netheurgist used to, but stopped.
  • The Power of Rock: There's a Metal God skin for Lazarus exclusive for closed beta testers.
  • Product Placement: Psychozen was given an Alienware skin during an event. Justified since Alienware was a sponsor in that event.
  • Proud Warrior Race Girl: Kyrie is the last of one.
  • Psychic Powers: Psychozen.
  • Revenge: Most of the Backstory of the currently revealed immortals has it involved. Check here. Especially Scorpix, whose Roaring Rampage of Revenge completely ruined his life.
  • Sadly Mythtaken: On Big Download's exclusive:

 This character is called Nysuss and as you can see in the included screenshots from the game she a bit similar in terms of her looks to the Medusa creature from Greek myths.


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