Welcome to the path to the Singing Sands desert!
||AoM: The Titans
At least that's what I wish you.
This RPG is a bit different from the others, yes, you'll have to kill stuff, and yes, you will choose your "hero".
Here you wont need to dungeon crawl for exp, there is no exp points, you will level up as you go through the stages (there are 3 at total, that means you'll level uo twice). Although you might find some aid during the way, it might be HARD, depending mainly on your skills and how much attention you pay to the scenario and the game itself.
the original version was multiplayer, so i had to do some adaptations, if you find any bug, please let me know, i tested it dozens of times and i guarantee i fixed most of the bugs (there might be some typos or mispells tho.)
You can find in game help in case you need some help.
The screen will follow your main character automatically, and by pressing "1" you will focus you camera to your hero, as long as you have already selected it for a couple of seconds. To move the camera around, you will have to unselect them (just press "esc" or select something else).
its a mage that can control elements and heal, you will start with only one, and then will be able to master others.
Fast moving warrior, has a good piercing attack (not hack, a spear pierces after all) and some small crush damage (still a polearm), not the best armor, but can still take some hits!
A powerful axeman that has great armor and health, has nice hack and crush damage too.. And must be hit hard to die.
long range shooter, will in mid game be nicely upgraded and become a killing machine, very fragile though.
A warrior that can shapeshift into many different forms, can have different roles in the game, depending on which transformation you are using (you can shapeshift as much as you want).
there is an in-game cinematics to help with the characters if you need.
as i said already, its different from many rpgs you might know, you only will level up after completing a "stage", and not by getting kills, so you wont feel the need to dungeon crawl, as it is not even THAT possible since the map is not very big, i endorse you to have a nice look at your surroundings, as there might be some secrets.
Fiery Bests: Ignioch, Brasa and Pyrus.
Three fire giants, you must be careful, alone they are not that hard.
The Tunnel (Cave):
Thousand-Year Lizard, Infinikopf
at the end of the tunnel, right where you are about to leave, this creature is disturbed. Has a good attack, so be careful, not that hard, but the battlefield is narrow, and you might have some distractions around.
Mini Boss 1:
he gets mad after you kill his offsprings, then he comes out of the sand shaking everything around.
Mini Boss 2:
Technological Terror, Androga
he is a big golem worshipped by some minor race of metal based form of life.
he is stronger than anything you have ever seen, and he is followed by his little squad of servants.
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