Lord British Returns!
Shroud of the Avatar: Forsaken Virtues is a multiplayer fantasy Role Playing Game calling upon you to return as a fabled Avatar and quest to fulfill the paths of Truth, Love or Courage across a deep single player story. Embark on new adventures in the world of New Britannia and enjoy multiple MMO benefits by playing alongside your friends and becoming a permanent resident in a persistent shared universe.
Classless Character System
Enjoy true individuality with a vast pool of customization options. Use over 20 different skill trees containing hundreds of skills and spells to forge your unique path.
Choose your path
Enter New Britannia and inhabit a world in which magic and technology coexist. A world that has recovered from destruction but has forgotten its virtues. Walk between light and shadow and bring back the ancient knowledge that once ruled over this land.
The Oracle, a mysterious machine, its minions watching all that takes place throughout the land, its voice promising answers yet responding with questions. Which path will you choose, to discover your long-prophesied destiny? Be aware, traveller, that your choices have consequences.
Join our Vision
There is a tremendous opportunity to create something meaningful, challenging and wondrous in Shroud of the Avatar. Our virtual worlds will foster people coming together for fun, shared play, good will, learning and community. We are striving to create a new paradigm of multi-player RPGs – this will be the epic fantasy experience that players have been waiting 15 years to play!
"The simple fact is that we've reached an era when it is a breath of fresh air to see a developer return to the roots of what an MMORPG could — and perhaps, should — be."
- Reuben "Sardu" Waters, Ten Ton Hammer
"How we love watching Starr Long, Richard Garriott, and crew keep at breakneck pace to make one of the most feature rich sandbox RPGs in ages."
- William Murphy, MMORPG
"From the creator of the old Ultima games, Richard Garriott, Avatar is a crowdfunded RPG that promises to bring back some of what made those games great."
- Erik Kain, Forbes