What classes would you like to see in Deadhaus?

Mar 31, 2019
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I think I asked a question if cats could play a role in DHS lol someone posted this on twitter. Could this serve as a companion on quests?
 
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Denis Dyack

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I can't believe I missed this before, there will be more types of monsters to play down the line. This game is sounding more and more like Yggdrasil, from the Overlord anime, and I'm loving it.
Hah, me too. Somehow I missed the first couple of pages thinking the last one was the first one. Thanks for pointing this up!
The different houses can be seen around the portal in the original teaser trailer and on the cosmology mapping that has been dropped on the Deadhaus Sonata page of the website.
 

Livin

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The different houses can be seen around the portal in the original teaser trailer and on the cosmology mapping that has been dropped on the Deadhaus Sonata page of the website.
This made my mind race with possibility. I counted 9 houses?

As an LOK fan that number jumps at me, 9 house for 9 pillars.

Monsters of the Dead
Monsters of the Mind
Monsters of Conflict
Monsters of Nature
Monsters of Energy
Monsters of Dimension
Monsters of Time
Monsters of States
Monsters of Balance
 

Aaron Unger

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This made my mind race with possibility. I counted 9 houses?

As an LOK fan that number jumps at me, 9 house for 9 pillars.

Monsters of the Dead
Monsters of the Mind
Monsters of Conflict
Monsters of Nature
Monsters of Energy
Monsters of Dimension
Monsters of Time
Monsters of States
Monsters of Balance
How cool would it be playing a Timelord fighting the denizens of the outer Dimensions. Or Nature fighting Entropy Monsters from the Energy Realm. Sounds pretty awesome to me.
 

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Perennials (think something along the lines of Swamp Thing), humanoid plant monsters forged by spirits of the dead that have taken possession of the very vegetation that grew from the nourishment of their corpses and twisted it into new bodies for themselves.

Perennial probably isn't dark or bad ass enough to work, so if anyone has an alternative. Right now I'm going back and forth on Deadwoods, might work but there'd be a lot of opportunity for limp D jokes.

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Researched mythological creatures and came across Assassin Vines, grows poisonous fruit and survives off of prey that it consumes after crushing them with the constriction of it's vines like a snake. Sounds like this could be an assassin class with one hell of a finishing move.

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What if they disguised themselves as humans to hid in plain sight by wearing the stitched up flesh and faces of their victims until they are challenged or come face to face with their target?
 
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