Stone Rage™ is a Free-To-Play online third person multiplayer action game set within the Pleistocene and Eocene eras, featuring prehistoric tribalism, prehistoric landscapes and prehistoric animals. Players will take control of a single character of either a human class, neanderthal tribe or animal genus and wreak havoc in either survival, team objective or deathmatch game types. As players win games and progress through achievements, options in weapon layout, upgrades and personalized character customization will be unlock, giving a large array of choices to those who do not wish to completely conform to a single archetype!

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Hello fans and followers of Stone Rage! Since we've already revealed the main playable animals we thought it only fair to show some from the humanoids. This list is subject to further changes and updates, but we're confident in how things are turning out in terms of weapons, tactics, skills, player abilities and development. The art below correctly portrays our in-game characters, and screenshots are being reserved for our next update on the core gameplay and the cryengine switch itself.

Posted by reok on Nov 1st, 2011


Hello fans and followers of Stone Rage! Since we've already revealed the main playable animals we thought it's only fair to show some from the humanoids. This list is subject to further changes and updates, but we're confident in how things are turning out in terms of weapons, tactics, skills, player abilities and development. The art below correctly portrays our in-game characters, and screenshots are being reserved for our next update on the core gameplay and the cryengine switch itself. Look forward to a surprise...

We're also proud to present you our new official community board ( The board is dedicated for all the people who're interested in Stone Rage, and or Dead Man Zand (second project under MWG). Please register at MWG Community Forum and share your thoughts, ideas and wishes.

Class one: Name: Warrior (The Damage Class)

Pros: Balanced damage dealer. Adept at close-range combat.
Cons: Easy target for range characters. No heavy armor.

Amidst all the tricks employed and mimicked by the more clever among the tribe, there are those who'd prefer to use sticks and rocks to get their points across. In tribal life, even the simpleton has a way to aid the good of the group; usually by clobbering members of other groups with blunt objects. In large numbers these doltish killers thrive, and though alone the common warrior may not be the brightest, should one get within clubbing distance he can make sure that you aren't, either.

Class two: Name: Guard (The Defence Class)

Pros: Master of defensive combat. Heavy armor. Can easily control a fight.
Cons: Slow running speed. Low damage. Can be overwhelmed by multiple targets.

The strongest are not always the bloodthirsty or the merciless, for some protect what they value and know when best to end a fight. Guardians of the tribe rarely leave places of importance and fewer look for trouble, but trouble is hardly a match for them. By collecting heavy pelts and stringing together shields of wood and leather, guardians can stand strong against simple dangers. When battles become grave, though, never mistake them for mere watchdogs, as the spears and slings and axes of guardian's are more than deterrents.

Class three: Name: Hunter (The Scout Class)

Pros: Can set traps. Fast melee attacker. Can kill most animals easily. Useful aid in group combat.
Cons: Low health and armor. Small melee range. Cannot block.

None are closer to nature than those who can strangle any given animal. The Hunter is a man of reclusion, favoring trees, camps and hideouts to the crowded messes of troglodyte huddling in caves or wandering en masse. By use of traps, poisons, snares, vine ropes and short knives, a hunter with enough patience can single out his prey, be that man or beast.

Class four: Name: Range (The Archer Class)

Pros: Fastest running human. Best aim and highest damage with ranged weapons.
Cons: Low health. Weak melee damage. Low armor.

Though the land is mainly ruled by way of claw and tooth and overseen by strength and force, guile, too, can ensure survival. The Ranger of the tribe serves as a small-game hunter and as a scout for flora to forage upon the plains. This arrow-making, bow-toting, surefooted runner can kill at a distance and has many tricks to use against any enemy. With enough time and focus, the Ranger can hit the smallest and fastest of flying targets, or with the right vantage point she can leave bulky and lumbering creatures in resemblance to a bleeding pincushion.


Class Five: Name: Shaman (The Medic Class)

Pros: Healing and strengthening abilities. Can disable enemies. High fire damage.
Cons: Weak melee damage. Easy target. Less effective when fighting alone.

In the tribal lives of many, the Shaman was the wise-man, the seer, the doctor and the master of the mystic. Above all, Shamans are adept at using the natural forces of nature to suit their needs. With nothing but herbs and wit the Shaman can support and lead whole groups of people at a time, applying healing concoctions and medicinal plants to wounded members of the tribe, or by spraying clouds of hallucinogenic dust in the faces of enemies or even allies to different effect. Where a shaman's mysticism fails, his clever use of fire prevails.

Class Six: Name: Ubermensch (The demigod Class)

(only available via donation; included in limited edition)

Pros: Exclusive character. Highest melee and fire damage. Can fight against many opponents at once.
Cons: No armor. Cannot use ranged weapons. Cannot be healed by shamans.

Nothing to the common tribesman is more frightening than a wandering killer with gigantism. This massive man has never been given a place in tribe life, and thus was forced to learn the ways of the wilds in solitude. He knows more than the average person, able to wield and create fire, make his own weapons and build and hide a simple abode. With the right tools, the right plan and timing, this monster of a man can kill mammoths in a matter of minutes.

Ambient Track - Mod DB by Adrian Holmes. Concepts by Markus Lovadina. Text by Justin Wilson.

We're also recruiting new developers:
- C++/XML/Lua Coder (network&server, general scripting)
- Level Designer
- Environment Modeler
- Character/Animal Rigging Artist (Autodesk Maya)
- Character/Animal Animator (Autodesk Maya)

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Diddykonga Nov 1 2011, 11:46pm says:

So are you using the unreal engine?

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reok Nov 2 2011, 1:10am replied:

Nope, we switched from UDK to CE3.

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mnartiss Nov 2 2011, 1:18am says:

Fantastic work on the character concepts!

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plumo Nov 2 2011, 10:31am says:

I like !!! Although I raised my eyebrows when I read ubermensch :p Maybe change to Clan leader or something ? ( less offensive :D )

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magiguy101 Nov 2 2011, 4:39pm says:

So... what kind of traps are you talking? I'm thinking snare to keep an enemy rooted in one spot, a pitfall, a 'bleeding' trap, a slowing trap... but is there anything unique you can bring to the field? I think a different time to set different traps based on their effect would be good (pitfall has a digging animation, but traps enemy completely for 20 seconds or something. I guess you would need a different set of traps for small animals, and a different set for small animals. I think that a loadout system would be good for the game, and the maximum number of different traps should be three; one human, one small creature, one large creature. The large creature traps should work on all opponents, but a large pitfall, for example, should maybe take at least two people in the area of effect to trigger, avoiding a team blocking off an entire area. Also maybe limit the number of active traps per person... Hope this helps :)


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magiguy101 Nov 3 2011, 5:06pm replied:

*small animals and large animals

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booman Nov 2 2011, 7:57pm says:

Very Cool, I love the classes and the artwork associated with them. Can't wait to see some in-game shots and vdieos! Keep up the hard work!

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CrowbarSka Nov 6 2011, 5:37am says:

The artwork is great, but if I'm honest I think the ONLY female character is too sexualised. I'm sure this will be appealing to some people but for me it is a turn-off, especially when you consider that females in this era would not have gone out to hunt with the males.

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SolidFake Nov 12 2011, 6:30pm says:

I only hope the "Ubermensch" won't be too strong, not like a team with him wins easily

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reok Nov 13 2011, 9:19am says:

I think it's pretty balanced due the fact that he's going to have lots of disadvantages such as no armor, cannot use ranged weapons, cannot be healed by shamans and many more. Stay tuned :)

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