I'm not sure about MV, but Ace has different stats for different classes. If you're just starting out, you shouldn't try to make them from scratch. Experiment with them a little. Try to think about how the classes would be in a real fight. Like I said about the knight and cleric.
I'm no expert on it either, but I think researching how other games handle classes would be a good idea.
I think the most important thing about classes is how they differ from each other. A cleric wouldn't be able to deal as much damage as a knight. But a knight wouldn't be able to have the...
I've checked it, but it doesn't seem to work properly. I can't change the formation in the menu and you can't see the different positions in the battle at all (even with a simple sideview battle script).
I've been wanting to create a battle system that is more challenging to the player than the simple turn-based one. And after some thinking, I chose to make a battle system that works around formations (I have no idea how it's called though).
In it, you choose what positions the actors have...
I don't think there are any mods. Though in Rune factory 4, you can marry some boss monsters that turned back into humans. With two of them having been a horse (still having the tail) and a fox (complete with tail and ears).
It's not really a marriage simulator. It's a fantasy harvest moon game. Meaning that there are typical RPG elements (like fighting monsters, dungeon, leveling up, etc), but also farming, crafting and dating.
I've joined the composition challenge this year and for one prompt, I've chosen to draw a map from scratch. I wanted to practice this anyway, but I always avoided it XD
Anyway, I wanted to go with a hand-drawn look, so I wonder if this style looks appealing. I also added a sprite so that people...
You don't need to wake her. Just go back to the priest and he'll give you a quest. Once that is done, she'll be awake.
Also, I doubt there are any videos, since the game is old and barely anyone even plays it XD
Final sprint for me, although a long one. If everything goes well, I'll graduate by the end of the year. Then I'll have to take the Bar classes and exams (4 months), then I'm off to practicing law (as an intern for 6 months, paid of course, then I'll be a full fledged attorney).