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Saeryen

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    Avatar: The Last Airbender, Barbie movies, Barbie video games, Doctor Who, Disney's Frozen, Harry Potter, Epic of Zektbach, fantasy films, lighthearted RPGs/fantasy games/fantasy visual novels, RPG maker, creative games (Sims, Roller Coaster Tycoon etc.), Akiko Shikata's music, writing original fiction and fanfiction, singing, writing music

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  1. Why does no one ever think of transforming monsters or villains into something harmless, like kittens or bunnies or Shiroya (lol)? The threat is gone and you didn't have to kill anyone.

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    2. lonequeso

      lonequeso

      You'd have to not only transform them, but alter their personality and alter/erase their memories. Even then it's magic, and for every spell there's an unspell so there's a chance someone or something could revert them back to their former self. 

       

      @Takeo212- Yes you could! No killing whatsoever. Just smash robots to free cute, cuddly animals :D

       

      You can make a game with no killing, but in many cases it is necessary in the story. Not ever character has magic powers or is in a universe that's magically devoid of killing. The more realistic a game is, the more likely things and people are going to die. Not always though. Batman has a code against killing so enemies just get knocked out. Human enemies anyway.

       

    3. Saeryen

      Saeryen

      @lonequeso A reason my games are less about fighting and more about adventuring/puzzle solving, though I don't mind games with combat as long as it's not too gory. I do see your point though.

    4. lonequeso

      lonequeso

      Exploring is important for me, too. That's why I love giant open worlds full of stuff :lol:

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