Finished! I'd like to second the request for another Parallel Worlds pack. The Fantasy Heroine packs are some of my favorites (lack of down sprites aside, and some of the characters included in Pack 4 were things I wouldn't want to use outside of a porn game), but as much as I love my female characters it'd be really nice to have some more male characters in the same style. It'd also be really nice to have a set of NPCs in that style, as well; both the Fantasy Heroine and Parallel Worlds characters look too main character-y. In addition to that, it'd also be nice to see more character packs in general that include frontview battlers. And down sprites, because the lack of those is somewhat annoying to work around for we who lack pixel art skills. Heck, even converting Katakara Hibiki's Fantasy Hero/Dark Fantasy Hero packs to MV would be really nice. I'd love to see the extra characters included with the Karugamo music packs at least get a face graphic, if not the whole package of a character set + emoset + frontview battler. I'd love to use the female mage in something because I find her adorable, but working around the lack of faceset would just be too much of a pain. It'd also be nice to see an expansion to the FES Pack that includes frontview battlers for all the actors/NPCs. I understand that pack was mostly just FES's RTP converted (I think), but the lack of battlers for the actors is awfully restricting for me. Also for character packs that lack frontview battlers, seeing the Dark Fantasy pack characters (the free ones released not too long ago) get frontview battlers would be nice. Yeah, I really like character packs. I'm just not fond of the character generator, I guess (plus you can't use that to make frontview battlers). Come to think of it, it'd be nice in general to get some more frontview battlers that don't clash with the RTP. It feels like most of the ones available are sideview only, and sideview in general seems to be prioritized over frontview stuff. Also seconding the request for more battlebacks, because they're a pain to find. I also voted for more plugins. Paid plugins seem to be increasingly common nowadays, and if they're sold through the official store, then they'd also be sold through Steam where I could get at them much easier than I would be otherwise. Granted, that doesn't solve the issue with a paid plugin possibly only being for 1.6.1+ and not working with anything below that, but it'd still be a start. Keeping the DLC in the store free to use and edit for commercial purposes feels like the best course of action. Who wants to pay money for something that's noncommercial only?