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The vast universe of “BLESS” houses 10 different races, each with its own extensive history and territory. These races are divided into two opposing realms – Hierapolis and Cosmopolis – that enter into a fierce war in the name of religion and philosophy.

Utilizing game mechanisms that appeal to diverse play styles, lifelike majestic environments, detailed animations that capture each facial expression and even the miniscule movement of a finger, along with a tremendous amount of player freedom, “BLESS” aims to surpass not just the limits of current MMORPGs, but games as a whole.
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