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Features:
- Dynamically Generated Worlds – With a robust modern smooth voxel system, our 7 worlds are generated on the fly every time a player starts a new game
- Play Your Way! Shape Your World! No starting Archetypes – just pick your race (The Fey, Dark Elf or Human) and start shaping the world around you. Your character grows the way you play them based on your actions and discoveries.
- Discovery and Adventure – Unlock the mysteries of the world through exploration and discovery. With the infinitely generating procedural voxel world, the only limit to your journeys is your imagination.
- Survival – Claim your land, defend it from monsters and other races as well as keeping yourself healed and full of stamina for future combat.
- Mining and Crafting – Gather ingredients and resources from combat drops or from mining resources to build new items, recipes, and prefab structures. Our in-depth crafting system will have hundreds of weapons, armor and other items to craft with all of the various resources to be found.
- Building and Sculpting – Create or carve any shape you like with our flexible voxel system – clay like blobs, cubes, spheres, octagons, diamonds and every other shape imaginable. You can also use one of the pre-made prefabs for quick building.
- Combat and Looting – Dynamic MOB system that gives players the option to both fight and befriend monsters. No gameplay experience is ever the same with the ever-changing dynamically generated environments of Astral Terra.
- Skills and XP – Gain XP through combat and exploration. Choose skills based on the type of player you want to be. Unlock powerful spells, divine priestly abilities or become a skilled melee warrior - you decide how your character progresses.
- Solo & Multiplayer Options -
- *In-Game Server Browser – Check out what other players are up to if their game is open to the public. Filter search results and find the right game for you. Make friends and forge alliances across the planes of Astral Terra.
- *Invite Friends – Have some friends come over and join your world so they can check out your epic castle or underground fortress. Have them help you finish building out your settlement or go on adventures together – whatever you want!  
- *Persistent Progression– Across all servers, game worlds, planes and everything your characters maintain their progression and growth. No need to make a new character each time you join a new game and you won’t lose any progress. This way, the adventures truly never end!
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