Cosmetic items allow players to alter their Eternal experience without affecting gameplay. Things like totems, cardbacks, and avatars may be customized. Cosmetic items can be purchased in the Store, unlocked through faction progression rewards, or rewarded for participation in Events.
Some cosmetic items are not obtainable by everyone, for instance if they were available in the Store for only a limited time, or were rewards for past Events.
Cosmetic Item Types Edit
Player Avatars Edit
- Main article: Player Avatars
Avatars are used to represent each player. Each player can select artwork from various cards to represent themselves. Premium avatars also customize the "playmat" area around the art, and may include custom animations or emotes.
- Main article: Emotes
Emotes are short text messages that players use to greet, cheer, and taunt their opponents. Emotes are displayed by interacting with the player's avatar.
- Main article: Cardbacks
Cardbacks alter the appearance of the player decks, and the appearance of their cards in hand as viewed by their opponent.
- Main article: Totems
Totems are interactive decorations. Each player has a totem, displayed on either side of the play zone. Clicking different parts of a totem activates various animations and sounds.
Deck Art Edit
- Main article: Deck Art
Card artwork to represent decks in the Cards and deck selection screens.
Cosmetic Settings Edit
Default cosmetic items are selected through the player Profile screen's settings. Avatars, emotes, totems, and cardbacks are all chosen in the Personalize sub-screen.
Cosmetics may be further customized for individual decks through the Deck Editor's Deck Customization screen, along with the deck's name and art.
Before patch 1.44's update to deck and cosmetics customization, cosmetics were not selected from a unified sub-screen. Most cosmetics had their own individual sub-screens under the Profile, totems were selected in the Deck Selection screen found in many game modes, and only deck art was selected through the Deck Editor (cosmetics could not be customized for individual decks).