Have you been wanting to add in some new elephant beastmen to your games or want some more unique NPCs to make your towns more lively? Bring some wonderful weirdness to your games with JoePal’s MV resources!
If you own RPG Maker MV and have been looking for some uncommon sprites, then JoePal’s Weird Warehouse is the place to be. JoePal has made a selection of dressed sprites and bases that can help bring some more fantasy to your games’ worlds. A goblin base is the perfect starting place for you to create a whole goblin village, and his goblin shaman sprite dressed in a fur cloak and horned headdress would make for a terrific leader. Don’t let your heroes relax too much in the goblin village though, because JoePal also made a goblin SV battler base! So if your heroes anger the wrong goblins, they could find themselves in the middle of a fight!
Goblins aren’t the only bases to be found in the thread, JoePal also offered up some beastmen options! Add some small rabbit beastmen to your forest or plains towns, or create a whole town of elephant beastmen. With huge ears and a dangling trunk, this sprite base is ready to help you build an incredible and unusual town! JoePal’s thread also includes some elephant beastmen dressed in an armored cleric outfit so you can drop them right into your games.
If you want to add some extra silliness to a map, why not include turkey incognito? This disguised fowl could offer up hints or maybe knows the truth about that town’s sketchy farmer. And if your game has a more serious tone, then you could still make use of the normal turkey sprite to add a new animal to farms.
Let your heroes experience a whole new world when they visit the frozen northern kingdom ruled by the blue-blooded Frost King and Queen. Or maybe the only people who live in the cold are the yeti people with their furry bodies and chilly horns. Even if the townsfolk are normal humans, you could make use of JoePal’s silver, gold, & blue spritesheet, with its armored knights and nobles wearing fancy clothing.
Are you a fan of the holiday season, and want to make a Christmas-inspired game? Then you definitely need to check out his sprites inspired by Charles Dickens’ "A Christmas Carol"! Teach any stingy NPCs a lesson by letting the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Present, and Yet-to-Be stop by the home. Even if you’re not interested in making a holiday game, these sprites could still find a place in your story. After all, what game would be complete without a sprite for the grim reaper?
Sprites aren’t the only thing you can find though! A newer addition to his thread are tile edits to help you add even more personality to your characters’ rooms! Add some adorable elephant and fox plushies to your kids’ rooms, or give your littlest witch-in-training a cute cyclops doll. With JoePal’s mahogany set, you can create beautiful matching bedrooms or studies. Fill an office with a messy desk and multiple bookshelves, or decorate the walls with a colorful map of the world and tables with jars of plants to study.
So if you’ve been looking for some unique MV-style sprites to bring some more variety to your game or want to update your rich npcs’ bedrooms with a nice mahogany finish, make sure to visit JoePal’s Weird Warehouse!
MZ’s default animation style uses Effekseer to create incredible animations, but it can be tough to get used to using it. And what if you prefer cell-based animation creation like in previous RPG Makers? Let’s take a look at how to make some MV-style animations in MZ thanks to the 1.4.0 update.