thanks, yeah I was going for a story type of gameplay, basically like the gameplay of final fantasy 9, in which you don't get the deck until you get into the game. The castle scene in the game will have a movie scene and you will play and escape from the dungeon. In the game I might make it so you can fight your way out, or make it so you have to sneak out choosing the right coridors or something like that. Also, the part where you fight the white sorcerer will be like the tutorial since it will be the first thime you get to use the deck and you will then be able to use it in combat. It will definitely be one of those two to four disc games. I'm still alittle sketchy on the basic plot, but I'm hoping to piece together all my characters into one plot; as you probably noticed along the end. I also posted this at 1:30am so if it looks alittle sloppy towards the end you know why. It really took a while with this one so I hope everyone can grow to like it. Thanks for appriciating my character :) Go to Comment
Yea I was going to log in but my teacher came up behind me so I quickly posted the last comment without signing in and shifted back over to my research on marine ducks. lol :) But yeah, now I know never to rate myself and will not. I'm currently on construction of a new item so get ready to be amazed because this one is amazing and will set the pilot for a new game I'm currently constructing. Go to Comment
Yeah, it might have helped more if I added how old he was and what age all this happened at. I took out the little red eye part since I never could come up with an interesting reason why the glowed red. I also didn't want to over do his background story making it so long that you would lose interest. This was yet another pathetic attempt at me being original, I will edit this and yeah, I will keep trying for the four star post. Go to Comment
Yeah, I'm probably alot older then alot of people think. I'm 17. So I'm not exactly sure what the age range is around here but I met a guy 35 yrs old on here. Thanks Gamer I do value everyone's comments as they help me to get alittle better at my posts. Thank you all for your brutal and harsh honesty. Go to Comment
yeah I wasn't even trying on this guy I was actually just watching a movie with my friends when I wrote this guy down so I barely spent anytime on him. I will edit this guy though. He was one of those pathetic thirty minute write up type of guys. Go to Comment
"He knew that no one would kill a mere child for no reason so instead of commiting suicide or hiring a someone to kill him, he would merely take part in the most dangerous of professions."
"Being the young boy he was, he was stupid enough to think this was the only option."
"Master Jin thought since the boy would most likely end up in a bar fight, he would learn of his gift then."
I think i answered all your questions dragoon god. I guess since it was so cluttered, it was hard to pick these little tidbits up. I'll be sre to edit in spaces later, since I gotta go again. Go to Comment
Wow who knew I could stretch such a strange idea so far? I'm actually still coming up with ideas to throw in but im afraid of over doing it. Oh I've updated with spaces this time. :) Do you think posting anymore would be over doing one character? Go to Comment
An insignficant little species, the candlebug (or waxmoth) is a persistent bane for mages and merchants alike. Each the size of a small digit, these little scarabs thrive on wax and burrow up inside candles, ruining them. Sometimes a late-night worker will hear a crack and a sizzle as his candle expires, only to find the half-burned remains of a waxmoth squirming around on his desk. This is very annoying in worlds where candles are expensive...