In a world where magic is gradually disappearing in favor of technological advances that threaten the balance, you play the role of the Elders, protectors of the continent.
While the inhabitants prefer to hunt the creatures and gradually abandon magic, your mission is to restore the balance by saving the fantasy creatures, while using diplomacy and teaching to convince people to live in harmony with them.
Establish a refuge in a new region
Set up in the starting point of your choice; each location is unique, with its own difficulty.
Build basic infrastructures to unlock new research and buildings that will enable you to welcome creatures and make your refuge prosper.
Explore the surrounding area
Send your mages out to explore the surrounding area and discover points of interest, including injured or endangered creatures. Bring these creatures back to the refuge, negotiate with hostile populations, make decisions with future repercussions, and collect the five types of ether available, which constitute the game's creation resources and currency.
Welcome fantasy creatures
When you bring a creature back to the refuge, first place it in a quarantine area, then transfer it in an existing biotope or create a new one, while respecting its needs and any compatibility or incompatibility with other creatures. Your objective is to look after its well-being and needs until it can be reintroduced into its natural environment, thus contributing to the gradual restoration of magic.
Expand your refuge
In addition to conducting research to optimize your refuge, training your citizens in taking care of the magical creatures will help you enhance its reputation. Use diplomacy to forge strong ties with local populations and restore harmony between creatures, people, resources and magic.
Each new creature released helps restore magic and stabilize the balance of the world. Once the magic has been fully restored in a region, your mission is complete.
However, there are many other areas where your help is needed.