Hello fellow elitepvpers! The leading game publisher Games Campus just announced some info about their first global card trading game MMO - Carte. You play as a hero in the land of Arcadia, a place which the gods have abandoned. When you start the game, you are given five starting decks - one of each faction, later on you get to chose the faction you fight for. Each nation has a unique storyline, villains, heroes and champions.
Here's a look at the factions, and their story.
The Sacred Empire of Saike is led by its priesthood and defended by
angels. In the last war, Saike was ravaged by the army of Kaideron,
the Kingdom of Darkness. While Saike's populace continues to suffer in
the aftermath, the angel Irene Belle has declared a holy crusade
against Kaideron. As the knights and angels of Saike march forth, the
entire continent is once again plunged into conflict.
The kingdom of Kaideron exists for the glory of its master, Belial.
Belial has ruled the Kingdom of Darkness with a cruel and unforgiving
hand since the ancient days when gods still walked amongst men. Even
with the armies of Saike on his doorstep, Belial shows no weakness and
merely waits patiently for the next of his innumerable plots to come
The nation of Archan has traditionally been devoted to the pursuit of
knowledge, but newly appointed general Pietro Frigo has greater
ambitions. He has spread a web of secret alliances throughout the
continent, and this war is the fulcrum upon which his destiny turns.
The forest union of Sierrion proclaims neutrality in the current war.
Their leader, Serya Tasdelen, shows public support to neither side,
but there are whispers of an army gathering in the depths of the
forest and secret meetings between her and the mages of Archan.
The empire of Aspire, home of the finest warriors and strongest steel
in all of Arcadia, seeks conquest. Emperor Torsten II sees the war as
an opportunity to strike when the other nations are weak and expand
his empire's grasp. But there are those within the empire who have a
different vision for Aspire, one that does not include Torsten II.
The game will enter closed beta later this month, on the 23rd of February. The gameplay will use a unique set of rules, easy to learn, difficult to master. You will be able to build your own decks, according to your own playstyle.
As usual, take a look at some screenshots and a teaser trailer for the game.
Sign up for the closed beta today! Carte: Global Online TCG
Thank you for your time,