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The story in a sentence: you play Valeran, the last of the dragon slayers, who has come to a town named Theras to find and kill the last living dragon.

With Dragon Slayer, I did not set out to recreate the fantasy genre of JRPGs, or to create something that would set the community ablaze with its outstanding custom graphics and epic plotline. I just wanted to make a simple game, with an easily digestable story that could be completed in 10-20 minutes. If I had to describe what category Dragon Slayer fits in, I would say it is the short story category.

The game file, when compressed by RMXP, is about 1.58MB (without RTP included).

RTP is required to play the game. The only custom graphics in the game are two chipsets created by The Inquisitor, and available for download at the RPG Palace.

Note: Your character will regain all HP/SP immediately following battle.

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Subbed just now, I'm looking forward to seeing this one!
author=Carvonica
This does look pretty neat.


It does, I'm just kind of confused about the "Completed" status.
I probably just missed something, but yes, the game (well, like I said in the body, it's quite short, so I don't know if "game" fits) is already complete. I just couldn't find where to submit the download while the project was still pending approval from the moderators.

EDIT: Download files (RXMP compressed and WinRAR formats) have been submitted, pending approval.
Where did you find the tileset? I looked at RPG Palace but the files were missing or I couldn't access them. Inquisitor does some nice work!
I downloaded the tileset a while back, probably six months ago. I had to register to download them from RPG Palace, but that was under the old design for the website. I'm not sure how far along they are in this migration move to Drupal, maybe a few bugs are still left to work out? The navigation is definitely a step backwards from their old site.
Yes, do you happen to still have the tilesets? Could you put them in your locker or upload them some place else for me to grab? Afterwards, you could remove them. They're so nice!

By the way, I'll be downloading this. I may review it! Since it's short and new.
I put the two files (medieval town and interior) I have in my locker. Unfortunately I couldn't find the world map tileset he made on my computer.

And thank you for the review offer. I hope it's an enjoyable ten minutes of play for you.
I'm sure it will be! Do you have any other plans for the game? Perhaps a sequel?
Well, rather than a sequel, if I did revisit this particular story and world I would expand on the game that you will be playing. However, given how long it took to make this (not in man-hours, but the time it took from the day I decided to work on it to the day I completed it), it would be a very serious project. Particularly because I would want to make it a full-fledged custom project (new tilesets, charsets, battle system, etc.), instead of the RTP-based game it is now. I'll expand a bit more on what I just said after the download goes up.
Ah, that's a good idea! Build off something is better than starting over, I suppose. Either way, good luck and I'll be looking for that download!
Ill give this a run, maybe even write a review for it.
InfectionFiles
>Two mirrors facing each other<
1772
With such a small download, why not download it.
Although I believe I need the RTP.

I'll give this a try when I have the time. Simple story, but sounds interesting.
Reminds me of Dragon Heart, and I loved those movies as a kid.
I've finished my review and submitted it. It should be up soon, hopefully. It's not a bad score!
Thanks! I look forward to reading it.
InfectionFiles
>Two mirrors facing each other<
1772
This game is really short.

But I loved it, short and sweet.

Good job man.
Thank you, I'm very glad you liked it!
Waiting for my review to get approved as well. Let me just say right now I had no regrets playing it. ;)
Thanks very much Emirpoen! Hopefully they'll get posted soon.
Carvonica and Emirpoen: Just got to read your reviews - thanks again for writing them (and, of course, the scores!). I will comment on both individually tomorrow night. I'm happy to see that my design goals were met, and that those goals resulted in an enjoyable experience for you both.
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