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  1. Shit I just made the same post twice by mistake...
  2. I made 9 songs that you can use in your project (if you credit me, of course) Here's the link:!z5oShB4Q!IPgxkzQErrirQgNR7dTa4yppQxX-EKyhLLsowZN0a6g
  3. I made 9 songs that you can use in your project (if you credit me, of course) Here's the link:!z5oShB4Q!IPgxkzQErrirQgNR7dTa4yppQxX-EKyhLLsowZN0a6g
  4. Welcome, read and follow the rules and act like a good person and gammak a lot
  5. Rpg maker projects: 


    1. Rikifive





    2. Chaosian


      That's just indie game development, mates.

    I love how a stupid review can scare people from playing a game. The last comment of this game means nothing. Someone who wants a bot to grind is a monster! And basing my arguments on that comment, he didn't play FFI, not the nes version at least.

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    2. lianderson


      Seems like your game has too many enemies in the fights. :(


      Lower that, as well as balance some of the spells/classes a little more, and you´ll get better feedback on the game.

    3. XxXhelazz


      It's a Final Fantasy I fan game, what do you expect lmao? And I'm quite sure that that guy didn't follow the map I posted myself in gallery. In that map you have the order in which you have to visit the areas in the game.

    4. XxXhelazz


      And the classes are well balanced in my opinion, but as I said in the game page; just run if a fight looks to difficult.


    This topic, which I wrote one year ago, in my edgy troll on the interent phase; was written like something really serious. Now I read it and I fucking laught at my past self, how could I be such stupid? And my engrish was hilarious :P 

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    2. XxXhelazz


      *Puts some hardcore metal...

      (Puts an slipknot song)


    3. XxXhelazz


      I don't hate anyone btw, not anymore...

    4. lonequeso


      Metal works for me, too. Not the music. I run around and hit people with a metal pipe. That always cheers me up. :P

  8. I do remember well the first time I Heard the name Dragon quest. It was in a videogame magazine I saw in the street and, because when I was 9 I was a little Jrpgs fan, I asked my parents if they could buy it. They bought it at christmas and I must say that that decision was a great one, such great that, as you see, I still remember it. Now, at the age of 17, I've played almost every Dragon quest game to date (except XI), and one day I thought: "Why don't I remake the first Dragon quest game in rpgmaker?"; I began, with that simple premise, to embark myself on a journey of almost 2 years. Was it difficult? Sure it was, but the reward is great. By just having this little remake, I feel like I did a great tribute to the origin of one of my favorites franchises, Dragon quest. This is just an ode to the beginning of everything, to the beginning of Dragon quest. -Story Long before the game begins, a man named Erdrick returned peace from the hands of evil. The peace came in the form of the sacred Ball of light. The hero returned to the King with the Ball of Light and there were great festivals and celebrations. Eventually, Erdrick took his leave and was never seen again. Years passed and the people prospered, but one person was not happy with the way things were. He lived in the western mountain cave, far from Tantegel's walls. While exploring deep within the cave, he came across a sleeping dragon. Suddenly, the dragon awoke and the man was very frightened. As he closed his eyes to stop himself from seeing his demise, nothing happened. The man grew tired of waiting and threw a stick to distract it. To his surprise, the dragon picked it up in his mouth and brought it back to the man, like a dog. After that he discovered he could make the dragon do whatever he wanted. He then named himself the Dragonlord. Suddenly, a disaster occurred: Charlock Castle rose from its dirt grave, and everyone knew this was a bad omen. A few minutes later a swarm of monsters attacked Tantegel and the villages across Alefgard. Though they fought bravely, the years of peace had made the people weak. The Ball of Light and Lady Lora were stolen by the Dragonlord himself. After this terrible attack the people were terrified to walk outside again. Many men were killed traveling between places and people locked their doors at night. At night, they could hear the Slimes scratching and mumbling along the walls of Tantegel. The King fell into a deep depression over his kidnapped daughter, even though the legends told of a descendant of Erdrick coming to restore peace. The King believed it to be a myth until one day a scrawny-looking young man appeared at the King's feet and asked permission to retrieve the Ball of Light and Lady Lora. Since many other hapless warriors had volunteered and failed, the King had already given up hope. But he sees a light in this young man's eyes and knew he was the descendant of Erdrick. Giving him a few items and some gold, the King sends the warrior out. -characters Hero: A descendant of the legendary hero Erdrick. He arrives from an unknown location to help the land of Alefgard Erdrick: He rescued Alefgard years earlier. He has left a message for his descendant, in the cave which bears his name. (In the North American localization, he is known as Erdrick, with similar changes to locations and items: Erdrick's Cave, Erdrick's Sword, and so on.) Lorik: The King of Tantegel, and ruler of Alefgard. Lady Lora: Daughter of King Lorik. Imprisoned in the Swamps caves, south of Kol, by the servants of the Dragonlord. Dragonlord: The villain of the story, he has stolen the ball of light in order to lock Alefgard in perpetual darkness. -Screenshots -Features -World map view! -Faceset for the hero! -Music from others Dragon quest games and jrpg titles! -Graphics from other Dragon quest titles! -Original nes translation! -Status Completed. -Controls Z= Accept X= Cancel/open menu Shift (not allowed in world map)= run A (in world map)= world map view Q (in world map)= World music change W (in world map)= Bestiary -Credits -STORY BY: Enix -SCRIPTS:Nelderson, Ekras, Sojabird, Yanfly, Gexrox, Woratana, Fridgecrisis,StorymasterQ, Synthesize, Ty, Diedrupo, Night5h4d3.GEXROX, Vlue L. Maynara, Jet10985, Woratana, Moghunter, IXFURU, João Neto and Khas. -RESOURCES: Enix Dragon's Den -MUSIC COMPOSERS: koichi sujiyama, windir, Yasunori mitsuda and Nobuo utematsu. -Download Download (you need Vx ACE's RTP in order to play= RTP) -How to install 1) Decompress the rar 2) Go to the game folder 3) click on the game (the exe with the slime icon) Hope you like it! ^^
  9. mlp

    This game look so cuuteee
  10. My first game was one of the worst games made with rpgmaker, EVER! 

    Should I upload it? :P

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    2. lianderson


      Back in 2002, Untouchables, Issues, and Hybrid Theory were my sound tracks for that game. That menu music was killing me.

    3. PhoenixSoul


      @lianderson Hybrid Theory? Ya don't say...but which version? There were three.

      I believe it was the Japanese release that was used in Rock Band 3...

    4. lianderson


      The original one I suppose. Didn't know there were 3.

  11. My face is quite ordinary XDD
  12. well, here I am... Now, I'll post a pic
  13. I may post it in the future...
  14. Megaman is bad for people. It's a nihilistic game because Megaman's name is a reference to the nietszche superman, which it is related to the nazis. Megaman is nazi, nihilistic and, of course, satanic.

    But this is only a theory, a Helazz theory.

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    2. PhoenixSoul


      @Kayzee Those who do fit the stereotype, are far less common than everyone thinks.


      Also, this 'rivalry' between Metallica and Megadeth is a show they put on for their fans, if one will. Mustaine and Hetfield had some disagreements, they were settled years ago. None of the two bands' members fit the stereotype at all and never have, even Lars Ulrich (Metallica's drummer and co-songwriter), although he may be a bit of a whiner, he's still as classy as he was back in 1982 when Metallica got their start.


      Axl Rose, lead vocalist of Guns 'N' Roses, fits the stereotype more, but not really. He's just an asshole in general, but damn, could he sing.


      Speaking of Guns 'N' Roses, Saul Hudson aka Slash was one of those who preferred to not be in the spotlight off-stage, if possible. As a result, there aren't that many interviews of him, and the only one I've seen is the one he did for a bonus video unlock in Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock where he is a playable character.


      Zack DeLaRocha, the vocalist for Rage Against The Machine, was definitely one of those greedy rockstars, but in reality, was more of a greedy rapper wannabe (after RATM his career came to a swift end iirc).


      John 'Ozzy' Osbourne maybe a sucker for the attention of fans, but at least he's devoted to them and the music, and cares about the money last.


      In reality, most of the musicians that are in it for the money have likely never played a real damn instrument or love the shit out of auto-tune. I I give that the middle finger.

    3. Saltwater Croc

      Saltwater Croc

      This status is just...    I can't. -_-

    4. Kayzee


      @PhoenixSoul Eh... I don't know. It seems like it's pretty common to have a rock star have some point in their career where they are at least a tad self-obsessed and self-indulgent, regardless of their goals at the outset. But that kind of lifestyle isn't stable, so it looks to me like most rock stars either get over themselves or burn out and are forgotten. So yeah, not many of the big name rockers are actually like that (anymore at least), because they wouldn't have gotten as far as they did if they were. Especially nowadays where everything is so public.