Hello Everyone! This is my First RPG-based Map! The Main Objective is to defeat Kronos (at the Center of the Map), but you can't attack Kronos from the Beginning of The Scenario, because your level is 1 (Novice). In here, you can gather XP, Buy in Shops, Have a Pet,
, collect Weapons for Upgrade, completing Side Quest for Gold. So.. Why don't you Try it?
First of all, i thought this was a really good game. It has the things that what an RPG needs. I scored 3 because you could of put more things into it like probaly 2 main quests to stop Kronos and to kill Kronos. If you added that i would of thought that it was great.
Secondly, the balance. Yes this was really an equal game. If you could make this game like the above mentioned quests and people will help you do things and maybe even help you kill Kronos that would be a fun game. The bad thing i thought was that you started as a militia, eventually you can either make your way up to a rougue or warrior so that you can kill Kronos. I didn't think it was really good since at the end, a usually unit can turn into a really good unit. So, i mentioned people helping you would make an advantage.
Yes the Creativity was really good. But you could of added a bit more detail into the place. How about in the archer camp, you make some of the enemy satr there so that you know that they are training on something that is part of the story.
Map Design: 4
I thought the map was great. I think if you add the list below to your forest it would be nice. The things are, Weapons in a camp, some armour glow at night, and some mist. If you could make a another Kronos quest or a Kronos quest 2 and added something like this it would be great.
The instructions were simple. All you had to do is to level up and kill Kronos. Easy. If you added a story of why the Kronos escaped it would make more sence to new people playing it.
Well overall i thought this was a good scenario to play. If you could find a heart thumping kind of music when fighting Kronos it will make it more exiciting. So keep up the good work!