This is the map of the first city of the game.
Alex seems to be a douche >:(
author=Allen HunterYes do this and everything will be fine with me :)
3. Currently, the world map remains incomplete, but more areas will be explored on the next release; you will be given a key item that lets you view a map of the entire world.
As Allen pointed out, this is only the first chapter, and so a lot of it was setup. The story we are planning is a bit of a slow burn, and there will be a lot of development in future chapters. Talon and some of the others are intentionally underdeveloped at this point in the game, because to reveal their motivations now would probably spoil much of what's to come. Without giving too much away, there is more to it than the usual merry band of adventurers trying to stop an evil empire. All I can say is be patient with the storyline, because the bigger underlying plots will slowly be revealed over the next few chapters. Other than that, I'm glad to hear that we have succeeded in building a diverse world with some unique environments and rich lively history, because that is exactly what we were aiming for.
OkI see. It happens with demo's and hopefully everything works out for you guys and the next demo or complete game is released!
Best of luck to you gentlemen.
And nice review, Bandito. Simple yet effective as you give pros and cons to what hopefully will be an RPG epic. :)
you're still working on this? Man this is crzy..
If we have until tomorrow I will try to finish my game by then. I only have to work on the events and battles...the hardest thing of many games...god do I hate RPG's...
delte the .exe and put another and hope it is actually a corrupted .exe
Looks way better IMO...
The MC looks so epic just standing there.
author=zacheatscrackersI feel like you too. That guy is an idiot.
Well then that guy needs to screw his head on more.
Sorry if I sounded a bit harsh/overly passionate at several points in my post, but I just hate it when people deride the values of education. Whether you like it or not, everyone needs it to some degree, and getting it through unconventional means just might not be the best way depending on who you are.
Anyways I am going an example of my time in the AIr Force.
My job is Respiratory technician. In order to learn that I had to take a year and a half of school. Normally it takes 2 to 4 years but the military cut the classes you don't use like history, math etc.. and just teaches you what you need in order to do the job. After you finish the school you go do your job. But wait in order to do the job by yourself you need to pass another year of an apprenticeship. So I had to do a year of an apprenticeship in order to learn to do the job. Pretty much it was on the job training, so in reality I was doing school and a apprenticeship for over 2 years. I learn in school how everything works etc...but in the apprenticeship I put everything together in order to do the job. So tradtional school in needed in order to learn the theory behind the job, while the apprenticeship just put everything together in order to do the job correctly and efficiently.
Plus going to college you learn a lot of how society works etc...
Looks fine to me.