Lore refers to the Mythos and Setting of Immortal Unchained's story. The release trailer has revealed the following information regarding the setting of the game:
Lore & Story
Forlorn Idols in Immortal Unchained give Lore notes about the game. Below is a list of Forlorn Idols and their Locations.
|The Wayward Woman||Banished and alone, the chaos of war replaced by the stillness of solitude. Lost in a labyrinth of darkness she found death her only escape.|
|The Sister||Young and unspoiled Iska enjoyed life. Together with her father and brothers she was happy, for a time.|
|The Youngling||Being the youngest Iska silently endured endless teasing from her brothers. Yet she knew they loved her, and would be there for her if she was ever in need.|
|The Lost Prisoner||In the deep dark dungeons of the Abyss even heroes of war suffer with their victims. Eternal torment awaits any soul not chosen for reanimation.|
|The Accursed Warrior||The shriek of a crying child echoed as the flames of unhinged vengeance raged. One last act of brutal violence cursed the warrior's soul.|
Mearstones in Immortal Unchained give Lore notes about the game. Below is a list of Mearstones and their Locations.
|Pale Crystal||Primordial realm of ice and death, Arden is desolate and unforgiving. The dead have settled were no-one else could. Once chillingly beautiful, this world is home now only to misery.|
|Concrete Shard||Since its discovery the Core has been expanded upon by the Prime. The prison complex in the lower levels house the most dangerous criminals in the Cosmos.|
|Icy Pebble||All life owe its existence to the mother of worlds, she who tamed the flames of Beagor with a heart of cold. Fire and ice birthed the realms of the Cosmos.|
|Frozen Bone||With the cold fire of wyrms extinguished, the first realms fall into decay. The unguarded archives of forgotten knowledge linger as a solemn reminder of the importance of this world.|
Cenotaphs in Immortal Unchained give Lore notes about the game. Below is a list of Cenotaphs and their Locations.
|67th Legion Insignia||A simple insignia. The number 67 is crudely carved into it.
The Bonecarvers consists of Iska's most disposable warriors, scraps from her other creations infused with the most diluted parts of the soul amalgam.
|Banner of the Abyss||Cloth wearing the Queen's mark. It has been torn and trampled.
Tasked with maintaining any conquered areas, the 67th legion are left behind at battlefields to enforce the will of their Queen.
|Bug Bullet||A crawling bug. It chews on any exposed flesh. The living ammunition of the more vicious Abyss weaponry can lock onto marked targets and will find its way around obstacles.|
|Dead Larva||A tiny larva. It does not move. The larva used as ammunition is stored within the flesh of the carrier and extracted into its weapon before being charged and fired.|
|Empty Shard Fragment||Crystal fragment. Its carries a dull color, and is cold to the touch.
Powered by splintered soul shards the swarms of the Abyss frenziedly chase their target until their energy is spent.
|Frostwyrm Fang||With not much known of the wyrms, many were astonished when Isormen was selected as Guardian of the Nexus of Records. Although, it was speculated that she had devoured the actual Guardian and simply taken its role. With her sudden demise, no other has been chosen to take her place.|
|King's Lost Scepter||Naro was one of three brothers chosen to lead the Prime. People praised him for his wisdom and tact. However, the leader's affection and trust for Cathal was a subject of great debate, especially by Naro's eldest son who never accepted the Degonite's place amongst them.|
|Lock of Hair||The only thing that kept Iska from ending her own life was the all-consuming obsession to one day exact vengeance against the Prime.|
|Rifle Stock||Some of the smaller Undead soldiers use their marking rifles to assist their larger brethren in finding their target.|
|Squiggly Larva||Tiny wriggling larva. It carries a pale grey color.
Some Undead weapons use living ammunition that bore into the skin of its targets.
|Spear Necklace||A thin metal link necklace. A tiny spear shaped jewel is attached.
There are many legends and rumors of how the beloved Naylon perished, but all are variations of how he was betrayed. Most claim that it was Cathal the Degonite who stabbed him in the back, while others claim that it was a festering poison. For some Human tribes, the spear has become the weapon of traitors, while it is common to leave a spear as an offering to Naylon's memory.
|Undead Arm||A severed arm. It once belonged to a Human.
Rotten flesh fused with rusted metal form the unnatural Undead. A creature manufactured from the remains of others.