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Second Savior (Complete Game)

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"It has been one thousand years since the once called The Legendary Hero defeated the evil god Kheelion at the top of

the top of the Black Spire known as The Claw.  Afterwards, a great abyss opened up swallowing The Claw as well as The Legendary Hero.

After a long quest, peace had been restored to the land of Hectalia.

 

That peace would not last.  Many felt it in the air but would not say.  Evil was not dead.  Kheelion had found a way back...after all this time.

The world calls for heroes when they are needed, and those heroes often aren't offered a choice in the matter.  This is the story of a boy.

A boy who would go on to do great things.  Someone who might follow in the Legendary Hero's footsteps and be The Second Savior."

 

Hectlia is an idealized world where Sin does not exist.  Humans are good by nature but are sometimes corrupted by demons with malicious intent.

There are gods that govern different aspects such as memories and time.  There are rumors that the oldest god and father of all, Jehova is dead

but the faithful remain devoted.  Dragons are not trusted because deep in the past, a black dragon named Hesperex attempted to wipe out Humanity.

There are three kingdoms:  Margel, Falnire and Greylin who once formed the Triad of Justice to ward off monsters.  Since the times of peace, they

have drifted apart.  Three beings called The Tyrants roam the lands, standing for Depression, Obsession and Deception.  Their names are Ghazzadrin,

Syd and Morrow, and in ancient times, they were the only ones to accept Kheelion after their brothers and sisters were destroyed.

 

Characters:

You:  A boy of about fifteen.  You have a younger brother named Ethan and an Uncle named Cyrus who both live in Margel Town.  

Camille:  Your best friend.  Her parents want to marry into money but that's not what she dreams of.  She is a cleric who favors spears.

Cliff: Captain of King Myden's soldiers.  He is unwaveringly loyal to the king. Axes are his weapon of choice

Vlad:  A vampire who hasn't been himself lately

Leah: A girl who has lost her memory

Rane: A girl who has lost her home to a curse

Tania:  Someone who has lost someone.  She is a paladin who seeks revenge.

Muillidan:  A dark wizard with terrifying magical power

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Creator:  Matt Tomecko

Composer:  Matt Tomecko (Pages Turning)

Composer:  Adam Tomecko (Scaling The Mountain, Skarnill's Tower)

 

Music from various video games

 

Special Thanks to those that made materials and scripts so this adventure could

Be made.  These people include:

 

Yanfly

Fyzzo

Galv

Pacman

Modern Algebra

Neonblack

DoctorTodd

Omegas7

Woratana

Hime

Fomar

Effectus

 

and the input and inspiration from so many

 

known issues: This game uses The Effectus script.  Every now and then an error will pop up that mentions a

'disposed window' concerning this script  I do not know how to make this error go away, so any input into this problem would be most appreciated.

 

This is not a high encounter game.  I have played rpgs where every step involves a fight with monsters and this can be tiresome.

I would like your input on the encounter rate.  It is managed by a script that makes an encounter more likely for every step you take.

If you prefer more fighting there is an option presented that lets you summon monsters to battle.

 

 

Have fun saving the world :)

 

 

Edited by Valjean83

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The game seems pretty decent so far, but that 'disposed window' is killing me. You have to save often, which wouldn't be so bad, but in dungeons, you cannot save.

 

As far as the encounters go, I'd say that it is still pretty high overall - often only one or two steps in between encounters.

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