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Rating: 4.11/5 - 22305 Plays
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Genre: Rpg

Version 2.0 of a great Rpg (Thanks Figsak for your suggestion!).


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#29 Chinchilla 2013-10-11 20:59
there is no sound effect and no music! Is it normal?
 
 
-1 #28 Ragnar 2012-05-21 14:37
3/5 this is decent game just not for me
 
 
-1 #27 fergusferret 2012-04-26 17:37
Quoting Figsak:
Quoting fergusferret:
well cash galore but not a chance of beating the last battle. the best of the items I can get simply let you lose a lot slower.

it isn't a bad game but I am not impressed with the way the game seems to dictate the characters movements after a fight. if I place a ranger in the leaders role I expect the ranger to be the leader after the fight as well not some other random character. the move mechanics are a bit bad as well.


Then you're choosing the wrong character classes.

The move mechanics are that of a D&D RPG. Everything is based on rounds. 1 move square is 1 round.

D&D RPG's must not be for you Ferret. Go back to your cartoony Arcuz garbage. ;-)



I found the dead animals turned into pelts and they are sellable so getting cash for them but still not getting past that last fight.., I assume it is the last fight anyway. 3 chimeras and a mage against 3 of my characters. not found a combination that works yet :P
 
 
-3 #26 Spazio1999 2012-04-22 00:38
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-1 #25 Figsak 2012-03-07 23:48
Quoting fergusferret:
well cash galore but not a chance of beating the last battle. the best of the items I can get simply let you lose a lot slower.

it isn't a bad game but I am not impressed with the way the game seems to dictate the characters movements after a fight. if I place a ranger in the leaders role I expect the ranger to be the leader after the fight as well not some other random character. the move mechanics are a bit bad as well.


Then you're choosing the wrong character classes.

The move mechanics are that of a D&D RPG. Everything is based on rounds. 1 move square is 1 round.

D&D RPG's must not be for you Ferret. Go back to your cartoony Arcuz garbage. ;-)
 
 
-1 #24 Figsak 2012-03-07 23:45
Quoting fergusferret:
not only that but I have also yet to find anyone in the game who will take the stuff littering the game. what do you do with wolf and rat bodies that seem to permanently litter the ground after being killed. It makes finding other stuff difficult.


Ever played Oblivion or Fallout? Epic amounts of useless crap everywhere. Just don't pick it up.
 
 
-2 #23 fergusferret 2012-03-07 21:31
well cash galore but not a chance of beating the last battle. the best of the items I can get simply let you lose a lot slower.

it isn't a bad game but I am not impressed with the way the game seems to dictate the characters movements after a fight. if I place a ranger in the leaders role I expect the ranger to be the leader after the fight as well not some other random character. the move mechanics are a bit bad as well.
 
 
-2 #22 fergusferret 2012-03-07 18:05
well something has changed as the rats have become rat pelts with a value, as have the wolves and dogs. it appears I may get a good enough amount of coinage to be able to complete this game yet ;-)

I wonder if the snakes do the same :-| :-*
 
 
-2 #21 Eleonora2 2012-03-07 17:31
Quoting Figsak:
The shortage of copper is due to it being a D&D style RPG. That means it's hardcore mode. Everything is realistic and challenging, not cartoony and spammy.

The challenge is what makes it fun. Not knowing if around the next corner is a party wipe.

I would agree with you but for that pesky 'Buy Copper' button.

Quoting fergusferret:
there may be the element of hardcore rpg but even the hardcore rpg has some form of rest available. I have yet to find enough cash to afford rest and while this game is good the lack of cash is a downer for me. not only that but I have also yet to find anyone in the game who will take the stuff littering the game. what do you do with wolf and rat bodies that seem to permanently litter the ground after being killed. It makes finding other stuff difficult.

- dont use your hard earned copper for resting ever, you do get free rests after completing missions. If you do use copper for resting you may run into trouble later on, when you need better equipment, to the point you would have to start over again.
- no buyers for the bodies, collect them and dump them in one place per area if they get in your way otherwise
 
 
-2 #20 fergusferret 2012-03-07 10:30
there may be the element of hardcore rpg but even the hardcore rpg has some form of rest available. I have yet to find enough cash to afford rest and while this game is good the lack of cash is a downer for me. not only that but I have also yet to find anyone in the game who will take the stuff littering the game. what do you do with wolf and rat bodies that seem to permanently litter the ground after being killed. It makes finding other stuff difficult.
 

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