I'm looking for generator parts that fit the following things (hoping they exist):
Roman Centurion Armor (both male/female)
Aztec Jaguar and/or Eagle Warrior Armor (both M/F)
Egyptian-esq Warrior Armor (both M/F)
Chinese Armor (both M/F)
Viking Furs/Armor (yep, both M/F)
I tried poking around...
That dilutes the meaning of run time package and, for those who aren’t “hip to the lingo,” leaves many confused as to the exact meaning of what is meant.
While tileset can be part of the run time package, referring to it as the RTP would be an error.
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I own EmeraldSpecter.com after ditching my old LimeFlavored.com, so I just started going by EmeraldSpecter as a result. Nothing fancy. I'm 45, so I've got a list of handles I've gone by too long to list... a highlight of some of the better ones are Snake Eyes, King of Cats, and Admiral.
I normally only hear people trashing the Sphere Grid. I didn't get to experience much with the License Board, but I understand the principles... I'm even considering using a plugin for a License Board in a RPG Maker game.
Functionally, the Sphere Grid and the License Board serve the exact same purpose (a visually interactive way to replace a leveling system and a sort of skill tree system combined). However, the Sphere Grid gets mad hate and the License Board does not.
I like the Sphere Grid...
I wasn't quite sure how to phrase this and I did try looking for it but I don't think I'm using the right terminology because I'm finding zilch on the forums.
I am looking for the plugin that allows for a portrait (or picture) of the Actor (or character) talking to appear behind the speech...
This is a really long thread so I haven't gone through all the pages to see if this has been asked already... apologies if it has.
I haven't used this plugin, yet, but I'm interested. I use MV and have eyeballed using this in a project but wanted to know if anyone has used a lighting plugin...
In battles I loves me some 4 to 6 party members... for total characters, I like collecting as many as possible, but I can understand that there might be some people out there that see a need for a limit.
So, if I'm thinking about it, there should be as many characters as is necessary to tell...
It has now gotten to the point where I need detailed excel spreadsheets to track where every individual enemy on the map is, what type of enemy they are and how many rooms you need to pass through to make them respawn.
I'm simultaneously proud of my diligence and would never wish this torture on even my worst enemies.