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Earthless.

How can magic really exist? What are the limits of the mind and body? What can men and women become beyond the scope of their own physical being?

In this world Gods exist as an extension of the living spirit. The destiny of every living thing is interconnected until an ancient force reveals itself once again and brings question to existence itself. Gordie, our hero, traverses the globe in search of answers to the great truth. Is he Nightworthy? Can he conquer his inner demons as well as those that expose themselves around him? Who will help him unveil the truth?


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The Owl of the Vagabonds

The Owl of the Vagabonds was born in a boxcar. Its mother was an acorn. Its father was an ember. The owl of the Vagabonds watches over you - watches over us all! If you've ever kept a fire, there is the Owl, listening to your thoughts & dreams. To him, it is you singing. It is you greeting the coals' growing glow as if you was robin seeing sunrise. One could say that the Owl grants wishes - that he protects. This person would be right. The owl loves you - loves everybody. Even if you don't know what fire means. Even if your brain says 'campfire', 'marshmallow', 'barbecue' - he knows that your hearts says 'fire', 'people' - 'Fire Epic'. This is why he has sad eyes - because he cannot talk with you about the fire. He can only listen to your little soul crying.

When the moon comes up, the Owl of the Vagabonds opens its wings like a flower - a feathery white flower. It lives off the moonlight. It grows in the night! Feeding - until violet tears run down its face and its density bows the branch beneath its feet. And then . . .

It sings.

Do you hear it?

They say only the NightWorthy have keen enough senses to hear. Are you NightWorthy? Where have you been?

Come with me.
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  • WizQuiz
  • RPG Tsukuru 2003
  • RPG
  • 10/05/2011 11:11 AM
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Jesus fuck. Out of all the boring, lifeless traditional RPG games plaguing this site, this game rises from the pile. I've never been interested in a game here for a long time. Subscribed, and I really hope you go through with this. Looks very interesting.
InfectionFiles
the world ends in whatever my makerscore currently is
4353
Yeah this is a really amazing looking game. Hope the gameplay is just as good!
Man, this looks real cool.
Solitayre
Circumstance penalty for being the bard.
18722
Is this based on the old King's Quest games? It has a really similar graphic style. I dig it!
King's Quest... mmm... yes and no. Those old Lucasarts and Sierra games had a very interesting quality to them, wherein each scene was like a matte painting and told it's own story visually. Artistically I'm approaching this project to depict a higher quality in storytelling and atmosphere whilst staying in the boundaries of the classic 16-bit aesthetic. Being limited to using tilesets, I'm finding it rather challenging and fun to create this story within the limitations of the program.
Ketsumio
I guess he's an Xbox and I'm more Atari
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>.> OPPS I thought they were based on...not lifted from the game..my bad
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Solitayre
Circumstance penalty for being the bard.
18722
They are? What from?
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author=Jude
Doesn't anybody else care that these graphics are lifted from a recent indie title? This isn't the kind of behavior that should be rewarded at an indie game development site.


I've stated in the description where those graphics have come from. Everything else is going to be custom made; which I've also stated and you can see the proof. I can only assume, after looking at your game images, that you take great pride in originality. Don't fret.
author=WizQuiz
I've stated in the description where those graphics have come from. Everything else is going to be custom made; which I've also stated and you can see the proof. I can only assume, after looking at your game images, that you take great pride in originality. Don't fret.


This isn't about pride--it is about respecting your peers. Using those graphics without consent is improper.
author=Jude
author=WizQuiz
I've stated in the description where those graphics have come from. Everything else is going to be custom made; which I've also stated and you can see the proof. I can only assume, after looking at your game images, that you take great pride in originality. Don't fret.
This isn't about pride--it is about respecting your peers. Using those graphics without consent is improper.


Like I said, don't fret. I have tremendous respect for the designers of Sword and Sworcery, hence I've done what most of the RPGmaker community has done in using graphics that aren't designed by myself. Sword and Sworcery has inspired me to take something I enjoy and add upon it without the need for personal gain. I am breaking no rules nor claiming that I designed them. Besides, this is just a hobby, I don't take myself so seriously.
Solitayre
Circumstance penalty for being the bard.
18722
People in this community usually draw a line between stealing commercial graphics and indie graphics. It is a completely stupid, arbitrary and pointless line, because it's still stealing in both cases, but some of the people in this community will argue to the hilt about how it is technically okay to steal from commercial games for some reason, but not indie games.

So basically, in this community, stealing from commercial games is widely considered acceptable, stealing from other indie artists is universally condemned. Like I said, it's an arbitrary and stupid distinction, and I don't agree with it at all, but there it is.

I hear ya. I'm just trying to have a good time here. There is a story I'd like to tell through the tools set forth in front of me. If someone doesn't like it, then don't bother. There is always going to be someone who doesn't agree or likes to blow the whistle; I personally don't act on such behaviors, well... unless provoked. But that's a different scenario altogether...

Thanks for chiming in with your opinions though. They are greatly appreciated.
author=Solitayre
So basically, in this community, stealing form commercial games is widely considered acceptable, stealing from other indie artists is universally condemned. Like I said, it's an arbitrary and stupid distinction, and I don't agree with it at all, but there it is.


Stealing from commercial games isn't kosher, but you can't pretend it's the same thing as stealing from indie developers. It is akin to robbing your own struggling family versus shoplifting from a Wal-Mart in a different state.
Beside the fact that Sword and Sorcery is made by indie developers, it is also a recently released game. If this game ever get more exposure in the indie gaming websites, I can see a shitstorm coming.
chana
(Socrates would certainly not contadict me!)
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"it is also a recently released game"
Right, that too.
author=Jude
Stealing from commercial games isn't kosher, but you can't pretend it's the same thing as stealing from indie developers. It is akin to robbing your own struggling family versus shoplifting from a Wal-Mart in a different state.

Wow... Jude, you are a talented spriter, but you're also using a stolen and illegal pirated program. Please get over it, have a cry or a rage nap. Then I will steal all of the monsters from Necropolis.
The story sounds incredible. Looking forwards to this title.
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