If you want your game to look really cool you need to pay attention to all the details. One good opportunity to do so is adjusting the weapon sprites for your SV Battles, so every weapon change becomes clearly visible. And YogiKun has just weapons you need!
Imagine having your heroes getting the mighty Sword of the Windwhisperer, to just have the same old sword graphic in combat… not really the greatest thing.
And if the elvish blade has the exact same look as the orcish sword or the dwarven orc slayer, people will notice. It is not the biggest issue to have for sure, but one that is definitely avoidable. Luckily, there are already things like that out there!
You can have swords with different abilities or have different swords designs available for the different ethnics in your game. Imagine having all your heroes wearing a weapon with similar stats, matching their current level, and still each of them having it matching their heritage or the backstory of how they got the weapon!
And since all these are from scratch, they are not bound to MV, even though they were made with that engine in mind!
The title of the thread is kinda misleading, as there are not only swords available. Swinging Stuff at your enemies is not only a thing swordsmen do, as with maces, wands and staffs there are other weapons that can be wielded that way!
And of course YogiKun has you covered in that area as well.
From magical wands that might be rewards for special quests to simpler options your cleric, wizard or mage might have gotten as part of their apprenticeship, the range is broad and filled with so many great tools!
There is even the normal stick you can give your heroes as starting weapon - or as replacement, after they were robbed, imprisoned or their weapon was destroyed by an almighty enemy.
And if that had not been enough, your lancers are also well equipped after you paid this thread a visit. Here you have so many fantastic possibilities that you might consider having two lancers in your party, just to use them all.
Some are more eastern inspired, while others are very basic and again others give a quite over the top but cool legendary fantasy weapons vibe. There are even a few that might be suitable for a futuristic setting.
Now that your party is well-equipped and ready to fight, you might want to thank YogiKun for all the options he gave us.
If that is the case, a full set including a face, a SV Battler, a Charset and a down Sprite is ready for your use. Maybe he could be a trainer or weapon seller? Or he is a hidden NPC that hands you a special weapon once you find him?
This week our releases are perfect for supporting two of the iconic RPG Maker styles: Creepy Horror with evil silhoutte monsters from Tyler Warren, and Old School Classic with some retro tunes from Joel Steudler! Let's take a look.