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Do you remember the text about Jaeger, ex-officer, very brave and praiseworthy Hunter? I think this is the right moment to change the vibe a little bit and present someone less noble, someone like Rambler.

Rambler never hid his true nature, which resulted with many friends and many enemies. Peasants were always by his side, welcoming him with open arms, as he never refused to help them fight the beasts that haunted their household.

Reading time: 5 min

From the very beggining we knew that we will have different classes of Hunters in Alder’s Blood. In our thoughts, we felt that each one of them should be different than the other ones, expecially in terms like: the character graphic design, set of weapons and a little bit of backstory that can be included in the script.

Let us intruduce you the one of our Hunters, more known as Jaeger.
Reading time: 8 min

“Thy Hunter’s a light, covered in mud, fell through the dark days, he’s dear God’s delight.”

In a world, where the nature had gone mad and hostile, the cold steel of a rapier and a gun are like a blessing from the civilization. The only thing you know about your enemy is that somebody called them Darkness. It is one, but they are many.
Lurking in the woods of Alder’s Blood you’re pinned down to have fangs just to fight fangs. Lead the group of Hunters, God’s delight, a last gift for the purged grounds and souls of tormented peasants giving them the last hope in a world, where a promise means nothing. 
“I don’t trust my doggo anymore” – one of the peasants. 
In Alder’s Blood, people completety lost the leftovers of their trust to nature, even to the pets – the loved ones pupils, that should bring a smile on somebody’s face. No one wants to see a raised companion becoming a wolf. People watched the growth of shiny fangs and deadly claws. Then, the villages started to dissappear completely covered by the inescapable dark blood mist of the Darkness.
Swamped in the mixture of blood and mud, Alder’s Blood will be a turn – based tactical strategy game, where the nature is ruled by pure madness.
Reading time: 2 min