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Developer(s) Petroglyph Games
Publisher(s) NA True Games
Platform(s) Microsoft Windows
Release date(s) 2010
Genre(s) Action, MMORPG, Strategy
Mode(s) Massive multiplayer online

Mytheon is a free to play massive multiplayer online video game in development by Petroglyph Games. Mytheon requires no initial fee to download or create an account, players are allowed to download and play the game for free. The game is funded by optional micro transactions. [1][2]



In Mytheon, the Fates have declared an end to the reign of Gods on earth and a beginning to the reign of man. However, humanity must first prove itself worthy of freedom by recruiting heroes to compete in a "tournament of stones" against the gods themselves. [3][4]


The gameplay in Mytheon revolves around so-called "Power Stones". These stones allow their caster to summon structures, mythological creatures or unleash spells on an opponent. Players can have several of these stones active at any given time, so the strategy aspect focuses on the control and use of these conjured stone objects. Mytheon's RPG elements primarily revolve around customization and character advancement. Players will earn experience for defeating enemy creatures, completing quests and accomplishing great feats. By earning experience, players will be able to advance in level, find and equip new gear, and collect new stones. Visually, Mytheon is played similar to other top down isometric action games such as Diablo, Titan Quest and Baldur's Gate. Players can also assume direct control of creatures they have on the battlefield to scout ahead or to view multiple combat situations.[4]



Warcasters descend from the ancient warriors of Greece. They believe strength lies in the armies you command. Warcasters excel in using their minions in tactical skirmishes and have the largest selection of companion stones of all the classes, many with unique talents and abilities. By their nature, Warcasters also take the most advantage of companion-based combos – a Warcaster with a full contingent of companions on the battlefield is a formidable opponent.


The Elementalist class balances power with subtlety, possessing the ability to wield the fundamental building blocks of the universe. With the largest selection of spell stones, they can command the destructive forces of Air, Earth, Fire and Water to lay waste to the battlefield. The elements of nature also hide many tricks, allowing combinations of spells to punish those who get in an Elementalist's way. However, the lack of companion stones means that an Elementalist must keep their distance from an enemy lest they be overrun.


Hailing from the sands of Egypt, the spiritually-oriented Eidolon class believes in a balance between companions, structures and spells. Many of their companion stones possess unique abilities instead of damage, with an Eidolon's spells healing or enhancing their creatures. This class sacrifices power for balance – many of the Eidolon's stones gain effectiveness only when used in combination with other stones and can wear down even the toughest foe with unmatched fury.


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