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PSYCHADICA PROJECT:: EZARI

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Pre-production concept art for The Psycadica Project. Ezari Eschron is an ambassador representing the psychic "Gifted" civilians of Wamsivl who have of recent generations a rised from the genetic pool. The world is exiting it's Dark ages and leaping directly into a modernistic age where psionic's are used like slaves for the benefit of their kingdoms. The Psionic's have formed small city-states within or outside the borders of several kingdoms to stand against the tyranny of the nations and the ignorance and racism that forms from the fear of the minds of men. The "Gifted" believe that above all else, they need to portray their humanity in a world where the humans are less of men that they are.
As tension arises between the races, each side develops weapons and new understandings of an assortment of technologies which would pit the world into a desolate state. Viarra, the crystalline girl, and the 'oracle' for the psychics senses a vast and devastating potential rise in the body of a small human populace, and if they aren't contained, the potential for life will cease to occur.

Copyright (c) Riley Marengo 2014

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I like this. It looks like a mash of Shin Megami Tensei Nocturne and Ico or something. Straight up cool.

InDeeperDreams responds:

Thanks! He's going to be a big part of the project series, and I felt he should be unique in his styles of combat. Tactile Telekinesis through a chain sword seemed to be a pretty cool and versatile use of power. I'm glad someone is finally posting comments :P, (besides my friends, that is.)

Little rough around the edges but color choice is stunning and description is interesting.

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