Endlessly roaming through the Space, an alien fleet is closing to a blue planet. Its inhabitants, blissfully unaware of the upcoming threat, are struggling with the chaos they have to face everyday. And yet, it will all soon change. The world will finally become united against a common enemy. The Earth will never be the same anymore. But what will this war bring? Do the humans stand any chance against such a foe? Will everyone willingly join to fight the alien thread? And why, do the aliens seem to look so human-like?...

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WNxHeadShot
WNxHeadShot

The urge :p

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JeremiahLoh
JeremiahLoh

So its Slendermen?

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Templarfreak
Templarfreak

Spooky.

(Kinda wish there was a good horror RTS, that would be really cool)

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Malekron
Malekron

Homeworld Cataclysm is a good one.

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Out of everything that can appear on the battlefield, Theurges are the least understood. Not even rumors mention them, and they hardly ever show themselves.
When they do, they take a form of a very tall, armored humanoid, that silently slides on the ground as if it was ice. Able to brush off most attacks, restore their entire body even after being blown apart, and using an unnaturally extending whip, they don't even leave much time for their victims to realize what's going on.

But the biggest reason for them being so elusive is their nature, and real source of power: hyperdimensional beings capable of crossing time as effortlessly as we cross the street. Anyone, and anything, that faces a Theurge in combat, may find themselves back at home after having a strange dream they can't remember.

Or worse: never get born in the first place.

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