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Threat System v1.0 By SeeM_Villain What does the script do? The threat system adds a "smart" way for enemies to decide who to attack in battle. How it works: As actors deal damage and heal they build up a "threat" value. Whoever has the highest threat becomes the target of enemy attacks. (Normally "random" attacks.) In battle, a small window is displayed to show how much threat each actor has accumulated to let the player plan accordingly. The tactical part of the system is in the threat modifiers. Some skills can cause more threat than normal attacks, actors/classes can have different threat modifiers, specific elements can deal more or less threat than others etc etc. Using this system you can effectively create "Tank" characters who are supposed to take the majority of the damage in battles and also give skills to weaker characters to reduce the amount of threat they produce. Extended Features List (Details of usage explained better in the plugin help section) Threat Modifiers Threat modifiers are split up into different categories to give you more ways to control threat. Modifiers are added together, 1.0 is 100% 0.1 = 10% <agg_mod: x> This note tag will increase or decrease all threat caused by healing or damage. <damage_agg_mod: x> This note tag will increase or decrease threat caused by damage. <heal_agg_mod: x> This note tag will increase or decrease threat caused by healing. Different elements can have different threat modifiers. <element_agg_mod: x,y> <element_damage_agg_mod: x,y> <element_heal_agg_mod: x,y> x = the element ID y = the modifier Skill Note Tags <taunt> A skill with this tag automatically puts the user at the top of the threat table by 1 point. Example: Marsha has 150 threat. Harold uses a <taunt> skill. Harold now has 151 threat. If a <taunt> skill ALSO has damage, the taunt is applied first then the extra threat from the damage is added afterwards. <usage_reverse_threat> This reverses the final threat done by the skill. With this you can create a skill that deals 350 damage, and removes 350 threat. <usage_agg_mod: x> A skill with this increases or decreases the threat modifier by x for this attack only. State Note Tags <nullify_threat> An actor with this state will appear to have 0 threat. Note: Threat still continues to increase/decrease like normal. <provoke> An actor with this state will always be attacked regardless of threat. Note: If there is more than 1 actor with a provoke state, the enemy will choose one at random. <no_threat> <damage_no_threat> <heal_no_threat> An actor with this state will generate no threat. (The damage_no_threat tag means damage causes no threat.) (The heal_no_threat tag means healing causes no threat.) Code Rename the file extension to .js SeeM_ThreatSystem.txt Compatibility Issues I have tested this plugin in a project with many Yanfly plugins and there were a lot of problems. I will be writing fixes for these issues for use in my own projects, so once those are complete I'll update this topic with download links. Future Features I'd Like To Implement A "misdirect" skill which allows an actor to target an ally party member. While the effect is active, all threat dealt by party member A is added to party member B's total instead. Credit For use in Commercial or Non-Commercial games free with credit. SeeM_Villain Closing Note If there are any errors or bugs, please let me know and I'll do my best to fix them. If your problem is a compatibility issue with another script I can't guarantee I'll make a fix for it, but it's something I may look into.
Status: Completed Genre: Rpg/Strategy, dark fantasy, DramaSetting -This game takes place in Feudal and in the Sengoku period of Japan. The "feudal" period of Japanese history, dominated by the powerful regional families (daimyÅ) and the military rule of warlords (shÅgun), stretched from 1185 to 1868.The Edo period, a Period of war, politics and conflict between European and Asian Religion. -The Sengoku period or 'Warring States period' in Japanese history was a time of social upheaval, political intrigue, and nearly constant military conflict that lasted roughly from the middle of the 15th century to the beginning of the 17th century. The Sengoku period in Japan would eventually lead to the unification of political power under the Tokugawa shogunate. Christians and firearms first arrived during this period to Japan.History During the Edo period, also called the Tokugawa period, the administration of the country was shared by over two hundred daimyÅ in a federation governed by the Tokugawa shogunate. The Tokugawa clan, leader of the victorious eastern army in the Battle of Sekigahara, was the most powerful of them and for fifteen generations monopolized the title of Sei-i TaishÅgun (often shortened to shÅgun). With their headquarters at Edo (present-day TÅkyÅ), the Tokugawa commanded the allegiance of the other daimyÅ, who in turn ruled their domains with a rather high degree of autonomy. The Tokugawa shogunate carried out a number of significant policies. They placed the samurai class above the commoners: the agriculturists, artisans, and merchants. They enacted sumptuary laws limiting hair style, dress, and accessories. They organized commoners into groups of five and held all responsible for the acts of each individual. To prevent daimyÅ from rebelling, the shÅguns required them to maintain lavish residences in Edo and live at these residences on a rotating schedule; carry out expensive processions to and from their domains; contribute to the upkeep of shrines, temples, and roads; and seek permission before repairing their castles. Genesis: The "Christian problem" was, in effect, a problem of controlling both the Christian daimyo in KyÅ«shÅ« and their trade with the Europeans. By 1612, the shogun's retainers and residents of Tokugawa lands had been ordered to forswear Christianity. More restrictions came in 1616 (the restriction of foreign trade to Nagasaki and Hirado, an island northwest of KyÅ«shÅ«), 1622 (the execution of 120 missionaries and converts), 1624 (the expulsion of the Spanish), and 1629 (the execution of thousands of Christians). Finally, the Closed Country Edict of 1635 prohibited any Japanese from traveling outside Japan or, if someone left, from ever returning. The christian problem reached its highlight under Ieyasu's successors Tokugawa Hidetada and Tokugawa Iemitsu, particularly after the predominantly Christian population of KyÅ«shÅ« had risen in the Shimabara Rebellion against the shogunate in 1637. The uprising was crushed brutally; more than 40,000 Christians were killed. Authorities of persecution were set up, with the goal of a nationwide persecution and extermination of the Christians. Anyone who was suspected of being a Christian had to abandon Christianity publicly and dishonor Christian symbols, which were called 'fumie', , as well as register in the Buddhist register of faith of Buddhist temples and visit those regularly. Those who refused to abandon their Christian faith were executed, often through public crucifixion or incineration. Shimabara Rebellion: It is an uprising in southwestern Japan in 1637â€“1638 during the Edo period. It largely involved peasants, most of them Catholic Christians. The shogun vs Samurai Christians and peasants converted to christianity. Plot: In the Year 1665, You play as Jubei Kibagami, a hitman at a local city of Gion, a district of Kyoto. Your origins are unkown, but it is known that Jubei is a very skilled swordsman, being a student of Sasaki Kojiro, the greatest samurai. You will live through several decades of Jubei's life. Some say Jubei comes from a town that was known as Ichihara, a town that a powerful dragon destroyed, Jubei even lost his family during the attack... but in the end only Jubei knows the truth, since it is said that only he survived, this event came to be known as the massacre of Gion. It is said that Jubei is searching for Kojiro, his master, since he was the only man to ever slay a Dragon and a possible survivor at the massacre of Gion, only Kojiro knows how to kill a dragon! Play as Jubei in his search for Vengeance! Places: Yomi: The Japanese Hell.Ichihara: Home village of Kojiro and Jubei.Characters: -Amakusa Shiro: Leader of the Christian rebellion in Japan, people call him the "heaven's messenger." Miraculous powers were attributed to him.-Francisco Xavier: Roman Catholic sent by the pope to Japan to convert Japan into a "Christian country" for "Salvation" porpuses.- Kojiro: Granson of the famous samurai Sasaki Kojiro, that was slain by Miyamoto Musashi. Kojiro worked for the shogunate and is now a teacher in Ichihara. He is famous for slaying a Dragon, it is said he is the only one in the world to have accomplished such a feat.- Sakura: Kojiro's and Jubei's younger sister. Kojiro is like a father to Sakura.- Ittosai: Village chief in Ichihara, he taught Kojiro the way of the sword, he is one of the daimyÅ ruling families.- Amaterasu: Goddess of the sun and universe.- Susanoo: God of the sea and storm, ruler of Yomi.- Jubei: Brother to Kojiro and Sakura, was a student under Kojiro... now a famous hitman at Gion.-Seiryu: Famous dragon, has control over most natural elements.-Go-YÅzei: Emperor of Japan.-Oda Nobunaga: Daimyo from the Oda Clan, initiator of unification of Japan, interested in European culture and one of the first to wear European clothes. He also became the patron of the Jesuit missionaries in Japan and supported the establishment of the first Christian church in Kyoto in 1576.-Toyotomi Hideyoshi: Worked for Nobunaga as a general and later a persecutor of christians.-Tokugawa Ieyasu: Tokugawa Ieyasu received the title of shogun from Emperor Go-YÅzei.-Shimazu Takahisa:Daimyo to receive Francisco and let him spread Christianity in his domain. More info at: downloadjunkie.weebly.com/japan-jubeis-vengeance.htmlremake on ace I+ II + III: http://www.filefactory.com/file/6lentwnaigdl/n/Japan_Jubei_s_Vengeance_I_II_III.rar
I'm also covering SIC on my blog at Pixel Brady Pixel Brady: Scima Invasion Crew, lazily titled by breeding Sci-Fi and fantasy magic into the system, is a short repeatable game based around a small crew of specialists who invade a rebel base to save the world or some such. Truthfully there's not really much of a story! Play now? v1.2 is out now and can be downloaded from Mediafire. Playtime? Each playthrough clocks around 30~40 mins on average (at least during the test runs) but with three routes to the end and ten classes to pick from (as well as passwords to unlock extra features after completing a run) it's designed to be playable more than once! Features, you ask? Sci-Fi & Magic! Handguns, grenades, combat specialists and magicians all wrapped up together in a mission to punch through an evil base! Simple maps, simple graphics, simple story. It's a simple game with simple mechanics. Sounds boring maybe, but that's part of the point; to just be able to dive right in and play with class combinations! No free recovery points or Inns to stay at. You need to rely entirely on your crew and any supplies you find. You begin with plenty of supplies but they start running out as the enemies get stronger! Conservation is key! No levels! Your crew is always stronger and better than any baddies you find (except bosses!) so your only worry is supply attrition; can you save all your best stuff for the bosses? Ten available classes to mix, match and combine into your crew. With eight common skills between everyone and four unique skills per class, there's plenty of tactical differences between using each class. All skills have unique and varied damage calculations which are shown in the descriptions for you to accurately and tactically decide which skills are best used at any given time. Permanent death! Losing someone hurts your chances of completing the mission, but airlocks across the base allow you a chance to request backup from four other crew members waiting to aid you! Three different paths leading to the bases inexplicable core. Each path can be backtracked and taken (if you want) to give you different bosses and paths to take when trying different class combos. Unlockable Boss Rush Mode! Fight every boss in the game in direct succession with no ammo refills, no backup calls and no breathing time between! Unlockable Survival Mode! Fight an endless supply of baddies with random bosses mixed in! Three optional bosses who make even the General look like a miniboss! Oh no! Screenies? Oh, it was Details you wanted? It's a simple game based off a simple concept I wanted to try implementing. There's literally more tutorial textboxes than there are dialogue/story, as that was never really a part of it. I liked the idea of seeing sci-fi and fantasy magic put together (which is something I rarely see) but wasn't as interested in story as the concept itself. It also helped with the skills, as I mixed together "tech points" (a victor script) and mp use. Between the ten classes who have their own skilltrees, everyone has a various mix of skills utilising both of them to different degrees. By then putting unique damage calcs to each skill that involved a mixture of stats, and then limiting ammo boxes and mp tonics, it forces you to tactically decide which skills to use when, so you always have some left over for the boss. These classes include a Marine who uses firearms to attack. These weapons do very strict damage that's modified only by an enemies defence. They target single enemies, while Grenadiers will use explosives that target everyone. There's also a Healer who uses magic that heals based both on their magic attack, but the targets own magic stats as well. Healers use magic to heal whole groups at once, while Medics use single target heal and buffs that (non-magically) deal strict amounts rather than stat based. The rest of the game? The mapping is uninspired visually, although the game as a whole is mapped out in such a way that there are three separate routes to the boss (with backtracking possible) so I just spent more time actually planning routes than trying to prettify it. I kept one tileset throughout the whole game, but made an effort to change the basic visual look after every couple of bosses. But besides that; you can save anywhere, death is a permanent feature so you have to conserve even peoples lives, but every so often you'll find an airlock where you can request up to four more people to come and help you. Most importantly is just the cute, chibi battle appearance! So harmless looking, but I think it goes well Anyhoo, blether over. Credits?