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  1. What is Charity Emblem? Charity Emblem is a for-charity 24-hour streaming event taking place on March 4th-5th where a group of friends will play Fire Emblem games and raise money for St. Jude’s Children Research Hospital. Heavily inspired by Zeldathon, we wanted to give back to the world and support children’s research in a meaningful way and have fun doing it! Check us out at Who Are We? -Phillip Ball -Zane Nelson -Alex Ball -Josh Ball -Charles Schmitz -Ian Farrell -Tony DeWitt -Nathan Himes -Ariana Selzler What’s The Plan? (All times PST) 1:00 P.M. March 4th: Zane kicks off the stream with Fire Emblem 7, the first game released in the U.S. ~10:00 P.M.: Phillip takes the reigns with Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones. ~5:00 A.M. March 5th: The Couch Squad will collectively take on Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance with hilarious results. **If we have extra time we will be playing some more stuff, but we’ll leave that as a surprise for now!** Why St. Judes? We chose St. Jude's Children Research Hospital because they have been fighting cancer and other horrible diseases since 1962. They've proven to be a reliable charity that has helped the lives of millions of children either directly through treatment or indirectly through their research. We are happy to help them kick cancer's butt and have fun doing it! How To Help 1. Come watch us and donate! We’ll be live on on March 4th-5th. 2. Advertise! Tell your friends about this awesome event coming up! 3. Have a suggestion for something you would like to see us do at the event? Message us here, or at [email protected]
  2. NOTE: This is an old release. Please get v2.1 Here it is; The beta release of a project that took way too many stressful days to complete... It unintentionally re-balances most of the units in FE6... "FIRE EMBLEM: THE BINDING BLADE" CANONIZATION PROJECT now in public beta ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Introduction This is a project I've been working on for the past few days; adding FE4-like generation mechanics to FE6. Now, because I don't feel like frankensteining two GBA roms together, a few days ago I asked /r/FireEmblem to give me their favorite FE7 pairings (that lead to children in FE6). After calculating growths and base stats using the awakening formulae, I inserted those changed stats into the game via Nightmare. In addition to this, I gave all returning units from FE7 their FE7 growths, so now Bartre is more usable and Karel is a shining turd (sorry karel fans). I also took a leif from the FE4 inheritance book, and gave all children characters an item or weapon from their parents' inventory (Geese also gets a Killer Axe from Geitz). With these introduction thoughts out of the way, here are the pairings that /r/FireEmblem gave me; ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Pairings Eliwood x Ninian Hector x Farina Rath x Lyn (Lyn is only possible mother for Sue) Nino x Erk (Jaffar Soon™) Rebecca x Lowen Hawkeye x ??? Bartre x Karla (already canon) Pent x Louise (already canon) Canas x ??? Harken x Isadora (May or may not be implemented) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- RELEASE (OPEN BETA) Patch: Binding Blade Canonization Patch Note: Please apply this patch on top of a ROM that has already been patched with the latest translation, failing to do so will result in error while trying to access certain content. Excel Document Reflecting Changed Stats and Growths: Word Document Reflecting Changed Factors: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Please let me know of any bugs or errors, as this is my first hack. Also, if someone requests it, I will change the other Manga weapons to reflect fan-favorite FE7 characters. Gant's Lance is now Lowen's Pike and appears in Wolt's starting inventory, so the ones left are the Staff and the Sword. Thank you, and enjoy! Also, the reason this is in beta is because I had some problems with editing starting stats before, and I need conformation that the children characters after the first chapter turned out the way I wanted to. Please compare the starting stats of changed units with the excel sheet linked above. COMING SOON: Adjusted pairings (Nino x Jaffar), but using Erk's magic growth because fuck that 15% Name patch to match with Heroes. Will release a separate patch with just the name changes. Binding Blade Canonization Patch
  3. ****WARNING!! YOU'VE FOUND THE GREAT TEXT WALL OF PORTUGAL! TURN AWAY NOW IF YOU DISLIKE READING!**** So I've been checking out some topics about weapon weight and a lot of people seem to want it back (me included. Build system plz.) but a lot of others seem to not want it. I understand their concern especially on the Constitution system of the GBA era, but I think that the problem isn't so much the system's design, but the amount of realism GBAFE has. See, it has enough realism to tell you that women are weaker and smaller than men, which, for the large majority of the world, is true. But it doesn't have enough realism to tell you that there's a shit-load of different types of axes, a shit-load of types of spears, a shit-load of bows and a mega-fuck-ton of types of swords. I mean there's a LOT of swords. I was giving this some thought as I was working on adding these "sub-types" to a GBA game as a bit of a "rebalance hack" and was going to base it on the classes in question. Think about it. Let's use infantry sword classes in GBAFE as an example. Thieves are the lightest and weakest ones. Least suitable for combat. They appear to use daggers in combat. Myrmidons and Lyn appear to be the average build for an actual human being. They strike a neat balance of speed and strength. Not too much strength and a lot of speed, but a nice strength cap as Swordmasters nonetheless. They appear to use saber-like swords in battle. (though the Myrmidons have straight and apparently double-edged swords) Eliwood/Roy/Eirika appear to be average sized as well but they focus more of finesse than raw strength and cutting motions. They use Rapiers, and it's a fact that you need less force to stab something that to cut through it. Finally, the heaviest kind of infantry sword class is the Mercenary. They have balanced stats all around but you'll notice that when it comes to swordsmen, they are the strongest of the bunch. Gerik and Deke sit at a really good 13 con which makes them HUGE when you take 8 Con as the average person (judging by artwork) Raven and Ogier seem a little small in comparison and Harken does too to some extent at 11 con promoted but he's still larger than average. Echidna only has 9 con promoted but she's a woman so she's still larger than average. They are also the hardest hitting ones (barring crits) with strength bases, caps and growths larger than the others. They appear to use Greatswords/Longswords (art style makes it seem like a weapon as large as yourself isn't even all that) and promoted heroes kinda just use the same sword but in one hand. Keeping this in mind, what if the different classes straight up just used different types of swords (Daggers, Sabers, Rapiers, Greatswords, etc...) and each were catered to each class's needs and strengths. The spoilers contain my older ideas. This is my rather small-scale research based on youtube channels like Skallagrim, Scholagladiatoria, Metatron, Lindybeige and others, as well as my own search through HEMA websites such as wiktenauer and some thorough googling. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE CORRECT ME ON ANYTHING THAT YOU SEE WRONG. Also, please provide sources if you'd please. **Greatswords** Pros: -Ridiculous power due to the mass in the blade. -Versatile. They are faster than they would seem, are good at both thrusting and cutting and are good primary weapons, unlike virtually any sword that is shorter than it. -Half-swording makes them surprisingly good short-range weapons. As if they were a shorter spear. -Massive crossguard and the second set of quillons makes them REALLY good at parrying. -The Japanese Nodachi in particular was used to counter horsemen by sweeping at the horse's legs AFAIK, so it seems appropriate that the other Greatswords would be good for it as well (unless they are thrusting oriented swords). -The range, agility, power and good defense of the Greatsword makes them the best sword for countering spears. The way they were (suposedly) used against pikes suggests that they might be well used to counter spears. Not as good as other Polearms, but then, Greatswords are sort-of sword-shaped polearms anyway. -Range. HOLY SHIT RANGE. -Much like two-handed Cutting Polearms (like the Dane Axe), they can defend narrow passages by simply blocking an entrance. -Can use longsword techniques which makes them good dueling weapons (as the longswords were). -They look badass. -Pretty good 1 on 1 weapons. -The Mordhau (In english: "Murder Stroke") makes them decent at combating armored opponents. (In essence, you grab the BLADE of the sword with both hands and slam the crossguard/pommel onto your opponent, effectively turning the sword into an improvised warhammer. Not as good as an actual warhammer, but decent enough. Perfectly safe as well if you know what you're doing. Not exclusive to greatswords (longswords dit it as well and you COULD do it with the others, but Greatswords/Longswords/Arming swords did it better in general.) -As long as all opponents are in front of you, the greatsword is great at holding multiple foes at bay, since no one wants to get in its range, and they kind of HAVE to in order to attack the swordsman. (unless they have polearms, bows, or greatswords themselves) Cons: -While lighter than thought by the general public, still pretty hefty for a sword, and as such is pretty hard to stop a swing. As such, followthrough cuts should be mostly used instead. -Actually require a lot of training. More than longswords I would argue. Maybe I'm wrong though. Still, a lot of training. -Not exactly the easiest things to carry around. Then again, most primary weapons weren't easy to carry and would have to be discarded (even if temporarily) if a secondary weapon became more appropriate. -Require a LOT of room, and as such can't be used in tight formation too effectively or in tight spaces (corridors, etc). -Expensive to make. A lot of steel in there. -Still not as good at hacking as a pollaxe or dane axe, not as good at thrusting as a spear and not as good at blunt force trauma with the mordhau as a warhammer or even as an axe. -Exclusively two-handed so no shields allowed. -While half-swording makes it better than most polearms at close-quarter fighting, it's still worse than a one-hander if the foe is within arm's reach. **Thursters**(Rapiers, Estocs, Smallswords, etc...) Pros: -While just as heavy as any other one hander, the point of balance is REALLY far down the blade.(like almost on top of the crossguard) -Relies more on stamina(slow twitch muscles) than strength(fast twitch muscles). -Thrusting takes a lot less effort to pierce soft armors like gambeson than cutting does, which means, again, less strength required. -While it's unusual to see rapiers paired with shields due to the dueling nature of the weapon, it's a one-handed weapon so it CAN be paired with a shield if need be. (Excluding the Estoc, which I'd group with the rapiers for the purposes of this hack.) -Thrusts are harder to block with a weapon than cuts and in my (inexperienced and probably somewhat uninformed) opinion, just as hard to block with shields as cuts are. -The hand is VERY well protected. -Blade as long as a longsword's, weight of a one-hander, magnificent point of balance, profiecient in the hardest maneuver to block and amazing hand protection means it's basically the perfect melee weapon for an (unarmored) duel. (When not against a spear. Those are OP as shit.) -Stupidly easy to wear. Like most swords were. -The blade being so light makes it easy to redirect for feints. -The Estoc actually was an anti-armor weapon. It was basically a really long spike with a longsword hilt/crossguard. Cons: -Just as likely to lose to spears as any other sword shorter that a greatsword. -Reliance on the thrust rather than being a "cut-and-thrust" weapon (though it can still slice. It just can't hack) makes it predictable at times. -Built around dueling and self-defense, which means it's not well suited for war or skirmishes, in which people are likely to be wearing at the very least gambeson (which for the rapier might not be THAT bad) and varying levels of hard armors. (which basically counters it as well as most swords). (Again, exclude the Estoc.) -Built for taking on one opponent at a time (DUEL) so fighting multiple people with it is hard. (Though, fighting multiple people is hard in general) -Light blade makes it hard to block/parry/deflect heavier weapons or particularly strong swings with unless done basically flawlessly and with the "strong" (lower half) of the blade rather than with the "weak". (upper half) -Despite what Fire Emblem tells you, actually REALLY WEAK against both armored units AND cavalry. (Dat Estoc Tho.) -The Estoc in particular, was a sort of "two-handed rapier" which, while useful if covered in steel, is two-handed and therefore does not allow a shield. -The Estoc also has the weakness of not having an actual edge. Again, it was a really long and slender spike with a longsword-like handle and cross-guard. -The rapier is really light so you can "beat" the blade to the side pretty hard (unless you miss,lol), which lets you move in without getting skewered. **Backswords and Sabres** (I previously referred to this category as just sabres) I'm considering backswords to be any single edged, one handed, cutting-oriented straight sword. (Falchions; the ACTUAL Claymores, which were one handed basket-hilt swords; some viking swords; some Dao; etc...) Also, I'm considering Sabres to be any CURVED single-edged sword. (Messers, Cavalry Sabres, Katana, some Cutlasses, some Dao, etc...) Pros: -The Sabres slice like a motherfucker. (slice, not cleave.) -The Backswords cleave like a motherfucker. (but don't slice as well as a sabre.) -Since the Backswords cleave well, they also apply really good blunt force trauma to things they can't cleave through, like some Gambesons and basically any mail. Kinda just skid-off plate, though, as do most if not all swords. -The sabres are better for cramped spaces such as alleys since the sword's curve makes it take up a smaller "length" of space. I think I might need a drawing to illustrate this. -The Sabres can work around stuff like shields using thrusting techniques, due to the curve. (Short note: according to my research sabres should have a little less might but higher hit rate and vice versa for the backswords.) Cons: -BAD against armor, as it counters basically any cutting sword. -More often than not, a heck of a lot shorter than thrusting swords like the Rapier. -The Sabres HAVE to use the finnicky thrusting techniques on enemies that don't have a shield as well because the curve means that you have to curve your stabbing as well. **Daggers** (They are not good for combat. Only used historically as finishers, after another weapon did the brunt of the fighting. Thieves are still gonna be a utility class rather than combat.) Pros: -There's a shit-load of types of daggers. Thursters like the Rondell Dagger and Slicers like the Baselard, and even throwing knives. This means variety. Cons: -Yes most of the kills against armored units came from daggers but that's because there was another big armored dude subduing the first one to the point where he could pull up his visor and jam a dagger in his gullet, or they were wrestling. -Yes Rondells are the best Daggers to use on armor, but again, the victim would basically already have to be subdued or you'd have to be wrestling. -Yes throwing knives hurt... but they can't pierce even soft armors like Gambesons, aren't always guaranteed to hit with the blade unless you are a god at throwing from all ranges, and, finally, even if you do hit your opponent in an unprotected area, IT WON'T GO DEEP ENOUGH. It won't cause a severe enough injury to even immobilize a limb let alone actually kill someone. It CAN kill someone, if you are incredibly lucky, but it can't kill someone reliably. -Range. I mean really, don't bring a knife to a swordfight. Or rather, do, but have it around JUST IN CASE. **Broadswords"" Pros: -Average at everything. There doesn't appear to be any real weakness to them. Better range than shortswords an daggers, effective strikes, alices AND thrusts, allow for a shield... Cons: -Average at everything. There doesn't seem to be any specific advantages to them. -They can cut, but, unlike Backswords and Sabres, generally isn't gonna lop off limbs. (unless you REALLY power your cuts and/or your edge alignment is godly.) -They can thrust well enough, but don't have as much range or point control, both of which give AMAZING advantages to thrusts, as the "rapierish" weapons do.
  4. Adding Custom Battle Sprite Modules

    So I tried doing this a few months ago but didn't have much success (I kinda stopped cuz of stuff), but can you expand the number of Custom Battle Sprite slots? There's like 15 or 16 or so for FE7, but can you add more? I tried copying some of the individual modules (i.e. Bishop Lucius or whatever) and changed the information, repointed everything, changed the needed modules and text files, and made custom animations. So then in the Character Editor in Nightmare, I could go to Dorcas or someone, and under the Custom Battle Sprite drop down menu I put one of my new custom slots (0x11 or something). But it didn't work, just showed the map animation. Am I doing this right or is it not possible. I'm fairly certain I edited everything pertaining to class animations accordingly...
  5. So I remember seeing long ago a patch that made it so the only weapon ranks displayed in the status screen were the ones a unit had. For exemble: a hero would only have their sword and axe rank displayed and their other ranks would be hidden. This allowed units to have their ranks in both physical and magical weapons displayed, as long as they had four or less weapon ranks in all. Does such a patch really exist or was it all a weird fever dream on my part? If it does, where can I find it? I really need a way to have both types of weapon ranks displayed for my hack.
  6. Heya! So, I'm asking this here because this is extremely relevant to how I go about planning out my hack's story; how feasible is it to turn the chapter slots normally used by event-only maps and such into regular chapters? I know using the Link Arena "chapter" for anything is right out, of course. I read in the Ultimate Tutorial that editing the event map chapter slots is something that would be possible in theory, but that hacking utilities at the time were not currently designed to facilitate doing so. The thing is that "the time" was several years ago at this point, and I'm unsure if hacking utilities have been updated to support editing those or not (or if other difficulties in doing so have arisen). Thanks so much for your time!
  7. Why is this happening?

    So I tried to hack chapter 1. But this dead circle happened... After the worldmap event, it won't enter into the chapter but started playing the prologue. Could someone tell me the reason of this? And how to fix it? Thanks :D Here's my chapter 1 event code
  8. Japanese Tactician Endings?

    hiya, kinda new to the forum so i apologize sincerely if i put this in the wrong place or tagged incorrectly. so! i remember i saw someone, or at least somewhere that said that apparently the Japanese version of the S rank tactician ending matches up with the Grandmaster Japanese name? can anyone confirm that?,,, also, in general, does anyone have a japanese translation for the tactician endings in general? i wanted to see and compare the two,, i apologize if this is too demanding,, oTL
  9. Fire emblem versus

    So , here is a hack i made . it's a very quickly made hack i made to test if it was possible to do a "Fire emblem versus" So you got two teams . seems like a normal and boring battle , heh? But in reality You switch team every turn , which basically result in some sort of "fire emblem Multiplayer" It's for fire emblem 7 Link to the patch : Screenshot: [spoiler={option}]
  10. I just spent the better part of two hours clearing the entire map, getting Canas and Nino up several levels only to have Jaffar get the receiving of Lloyd's crit. I can deal with the hordes of enemies and Vaida's gang no problem, but he's the one thing I have the most problems with. I'm on Eliwood Mode on normal.
  11. I know the main way of doing this (without Merlinus), is via trading and replacing the lowest "green" item in a unit's inventory with whatever you want to trade. But can I do some manipulations with enemy thieves too? In particular, can I steal items from my own units to make it "green" (does that happen?) and then fork over another weapon?
  12. I'll get straight to the point. When I have the wall tile on the main layer (As seen here: the tile change above it on a different layer, the breakable wall doesn't appear initially. It works properly and disappears when destroyed (finally), but I have to suspend and resume for it to appear. However, when I do it the other way around, This happens The wall spawns with 0 HP and to get it to disappear, I have to suspend and resume. Simply put, I don't understand exactly why this happens, especially since the doors work fine. Also, how do I make units attack a wall during an event? (The opening_event specifically) Using the FIGH command just freezes the game. (Most likely because there's no unit to fight) Placing the Wall unit (0xFC) creates a glitchy brigand that also freezes the game when attacked. That's all for now.
  13. When to promote in FE7?

    Is it better to do it at level 10? Or should I wait for level 20? The difficulty has been picking up and I haven't been getting very good level ups. I also don't want to abandon my file so early into Eliwoods story. I am currently on chapter 19 of Eliwood normal mode.
  14. Yep, here we go again, harder, better, equally fast, strength NA. If you saw the last thread you know basically how this works, but I'll put everything you need to know here. There have been some improvements. If you want to know why its an auction and not draft style, the OP here will explain that. And yes, there is another FE7 draft open now, but that's randomized, EHM, and, uh, a draft, so distinctly different in three ways. Four if you count Eliwood mode and Hard mode as two differences. How the auction works Rules of play So if you want in, just PM me your bids. (And post that you did so that others know when its full) Here's a list of the units in recruitment order. Oh, and remember you can bid fractional components, like 0.5 if you don't think a unit will save a turn, but you think it might be useful backup if you don't get enough units by the time they appear. Or 6.5 if you think a unit will save 6 or 7 turns, but you aren't sure which. Unit List Like last time, here's the sha256 for my bids, so you know I didn't change them after receiving yours. b5b62888f8b2c1f593b05e7074f56cdfe594035392b291fdb8124a0a605aa962 I'm pretty excited, I think this time we'll get much better handicaps and it should be a really close contest!
  15. Hello! I had been making good progress on a demo for my fe7 hack, but I've hit a roadblock and was wondering if there was any advice on how I can proceed with debugging this issue. I'm trying to import the overworld snow tileset from fe6 to fe7. I copied the data from the offsets for object, palette, and config over (I'm providing the offset hex values if that will help) and tried setting the chapter data dropdowns for chapter 1. I tried both editing the dropdowns with new pointers to the data (directly editing the .txt nightmare file) and repointing old ones (dragon's gate) and neither worked. I'm thinking maybe I'm copying the wrong data or missing something. I'm also wondering whether the fact that that tileset has two animation sets (frozen river #1 and frozen #2, which I don't plan to use right now) is a problem. I tried importing without the animations and turning them off, but I don't know if it even can work without them. When I load up the game after repointing the data for the map I made, the game goes black. I know it's not my event file, since I tested it without the new map and it worked fine. I've checked if I overwrote any data multiple times with several different backups and reinserting everything didn't change anything. The offsets of data from FE6 I copied were: Object Set- 1FEDB4 to 204418 Palette- 23BD00 to 23BE40 Config- 22F8D8 to 230F0C I pasted into free space at offsets: Object Set- DD0000 Palette- DD57C0 Config- DD5910 I increased the index of the dropdowns too, but I did try just repointing an old tileset to test, so that can't be the problem I don't think. Thank you for any advice in advance! If providing pictures would be of use, I will post those as well.
  16. FE7 at AGDQ 2017

    I was looking over the recently posted lineup for agdq 2017, and i noticed that Blazing Sword (FE7) is in the lineup this year. Specificaly, it is the first game scheduled on the last day (Saturday, January 14th at 5:12 AM eastern time. I won't be able to view live, but i can't wait to see the archived footage. Anyone else have any thoughts? Link:
  17. So I've been dicking around with nightmare for a while and decided to try to make a rom with a few classes not in the GBA games (Halberdier mainly) as well as some female versions of classes that are always male and MAYBE male pegasus knights but don't quote me on that. After looking at some of the classes in FE7 I realized that A- There's two empty class slots. B- There's some classes that WERE created and even have base stats and growths but no promo bonus or battle animations (female merc, in fe7's case female myrm among others). Now giving them promo bonuses and battle animations as well as setting the gender on the female ones to make sure they only go to women is easy enough but in order to put them into the game I'd have to change the class of one of the playable characters into femMerc or femMyrmidon. My question is, is there a way to make them Randomizable? See, obviously, they are not used in the original game so, when I randomize it, they never pop up. IF I make them playable (promo bonuses, animations, setting gender and some other stuff maybe) will they pop up as randomized classes or does the randomizer just not count them as randomizable classes? Now I've used both Klok and Ephraim's randomizer (which usually gives you female mercs after you add the fix patch) as well as the universal one. I randomized 4 roms with each one and all of them have had the female Mercenary and Hero added, but there's always a chance that the characters won't be randomized into it or that they will be in the very endgame so i'll need to play through them to find out. I guess what I'm really asking is, in Klok's fix patch he "adds" loads of female classes and they are magically randomizable. How do?
  18. So I've been dicking around with nightmare for a while and decided to try to make a rom with a few classes not in the GBA games (Halberdier mainly) as well as some female versions of classes that are always male and MAYBE male pegasus knights but don't quote me on that. After looking at some of the classes in FE7 I realized that A- There's two empty class slots. B- There's some classes that WERE created and even have base stats and growths but no promo bonus or battle animations (female merc, in fe7's case female myrm among others). Now giving them promo bonuses and battle animations as well as setting the gender on the female ones to make sure they only go to women is easy enough but in order to put them into the game I'd have to change the class of one of the playable characters into femMerc or femMyrmidon. My question is, is there a way to make them Randomizable? See, obviously, they are not used in the original game so, when I randomize it, they never pop up. IF I make them playable (promo bonuses, animations, setting gender and some other stuff maybe) will they pop up as randomized classes or does the randomizer just not count them as randomizable classes? Now I've used both Klok and Ephraim's randomizer (which usually gives you female mercs after you add the fix patch) as well as the universal one. I randomized 4 roms with each one and all of them have had the female Mercenary and Hero added, but there's always a chance that the characters won't be randomized into it or that they will be in the very endgame so i'll need to play through them to find out. I guess what I'm really asking is, in Klok's fix patch he "adds" loads of female classes and they are magically randomizable. How do?
  19. So yeah I've got two questions: 1) How do I edit generic palettes like in Elibian Nights and TRTR? I'd like to have different palettes for different groups of enemies/allies (NPC ones). 2) After a scripted fight without an animation a unit dies, and then I have to use KILL command to kill him properly, in the events it looks a bit stupid. How do I make it so a unit dies in a scripted fight without animations?
  20. Fire Emblem 7 Mechanics?

    Hello people, I'm a gamedeveloper student and i started a project last summer to reverse engineer Fire Emblem Blazing Sword. Alas i had it very busy during the summer and school started after the summer again. So i haven't got anything showable yet. As i am working on it i get kinda overwhelmed by the sheer amount of things the game entails. That is why i would kindly ask all of you if you could respond to this topic with all the game mechanics/features that are in the game. if i can get a comprehensive list of all the mechanics/features then that would make coding/managing the project a lot easier. Please don't just say a mechanic like Battle, because that's way too vague. because in the battle happens things like, animations being played, battle calculations and possibly more i will keep a list of all mechanics/features below List of mechanics/features already known: Grid Generator (gets data from dataclass or txtfile to know what kind of level to make) Grid Cursor (the well known cursor on the grid to select units or open the menu) Grid (for usage in the chapter, consisting of tiles) Tile (for example: evenTiles, plainTile, arenaTile, shopTile, armoryTile, villageTile etc.) -position -moveCost -avoidValue -defValue -resValue -event(arena, shop, armory, visit, seize, talk, support, customEvent) Animation Player (something that knows what animation to play and when) Character -stats (hp, str/mag, skill, speed, luck,def,res,con,move) -weapon level -items -support Hopefully this list will make my request more clear. **Working on this in the Unity Engine with C#, so anyone pointers with that, or even collaborations let me know in a PM ^^
  21. Imgur did its damndest to make pushing this out to you a tedious chore, but I've got another LP for all to see... Fire Emblem: Sword of Heaven and Earth is a Japanese romhack of Blazing Sword/Rekka no Ken. Now, Japanese hacks have developed a bit of a mixed reputation thanks to abominable things like FE7if, as well as technically-neat-but-frankly-bullshit hacks like FE8 Girls and Super Thracia. Sword of Heaven and Earth manages to be a fairly sane hack amidst a crowd of rather ludicrous ones, focusing less on technical innovation or fancy gimmicks and more on generally sound game design. It's not a cakewalk, but (from what I've played anyway) it's not punishingly difficult either. Overall, if you want a hack that emulates the typical GBA style of gameplay more closely than, say, Elibean Nights or Midnight Sun, this isn't a bad way to go. Since the whole thing is in Japanese, I won't be touching upon the plot too much, aside from the appearance of new characters or stuff that affects the gameplay in some way. It's taking place in Elibe, at some time around the events of FE6, though I have no idea if it's before, during or after. We'll see some familiar faces, but most of the cast is new characters, albeit ones who greatly resemble characters from FE6 and FE7. I don't know anyone's growths, sadly, but for most of the earlier characters I can kind of give you an idea of their potential. I've played up to Chapter 13, so this isn't exactly a blind run, but we will hit a point where I don't really know what's coming next. Given my history I won't promise anything, but I'll try to keep this to a one-chapter-a-week schedule if I can manage that. I suppose I may as well get started. The first chapter's a bit sparse, but it gets better from here, honest! Prologue: Bait and crutch
  22. As some of you may already have seen, I asked for some tips for an FE7 Ironman playthrough on here that I was planning to do on YouTube, and here it is! Part 1: Lyn Mode - Prologue: Rules: ► Standard Ironman rules: no resets, no restarts, no do-overs. If someone dies, they're dead forever. ► LORDS CLAUSE: If a Lord dies, I'll restart the chapter and the game will continue, but a character will be chosen to be sacrificed in their place - choices will be included in a poll on here, YouTube and Twitter so that you viewers can decide who that should be. ► You're free to discuss anything but please no spoilers for Fire Emblem Conquest or Revelations - I've pretty much finished Birthright, but I've still not started the other two! As I'm starting from a fresh game on the Wii U Virtual Console, I'll be playing on Lyn Easy Mode (the forced tutorial) and Eliwood Normal Mode, and I'll be following the story but have battle animations turned off until Eliwood's Mode (unless requested otherwise by popular demand). I'm planning to record videos on a chapter by chapter basis, but for longer chapters I'll split them up into Part 1, Part 2 etc. if they're going to be longer than 30 minutes. I should hopefully have videos uploaded on a daily to every-two-days basis (it depends on what our channel's schedule is like, we're currently playing through the Dark Souls 3 Ashes of Ariandel DLC as well). Hope you're looking forward to it as much as I am! Archive of episodes:
  23. So, we all know Zephiel is the bad guy in Binding Blade/Sealed Sword. He is also the same person that you need to save in Blazing Sword/Rekka no Ken. If Jaffar and Nino killed Zephiel, FE6 WILL NOT EXIST and Roy wouldn't have to venture out Pherae. So, whose fault was it? The fault that made the FE6 storyline happen? Here is my observation: Jaffar and Nino was ordered to kill Zephiel right? And they didn't kill him. So, it's their fault. But, they are members of The Black Fang and the King of Bern, Desmond, had contact with the group, so, he sent out an order to kill his own son, so it's his fault right? No, it isn't. Desmond didn't treat Zephiel as his own "son" because they were "not alike". So, whose fault was it? Enough of that for now, let's move on to Eliwood and his army. The Queen of Bern, Helene, ordered Eliwood and his army to save Zephiel from the "assassination" attempt, so they saved him and blah blah blah, it's their fault because they intervened with Jaffar and Nino. No, it isn't Eliwood's fault either. Right now, there are a few suspects: Desmond Helene Black Fang as a whole Jaffar and his change of heart Nino for changing Jaffar's heart Eliwood's army And the tactician for ordering Serra/Priscilla to use that rescue staff on Zephiel. And IntSys for making FE7 ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°) Short Note, Feel free to ignore: I've been really delighted of the people replying to my thread but there's a point when we have to stop, it's not right now since more points need more discussion. Short Note #2: Please respect each others opinions in this thread, I created this for discussion, not for disCUSSion (Bad pun, I know, I know.)
  24. Robo-Cone Animation

    If anyone here plays Plants vs. Zombies 2, do you remember the cone mechs in Far Future? Well, I made a sprite animation for it for use in FEditor Adv. It's for magic attacks. Here:
  25. 404'd! I play MageKnight404's FE7 hack Like the title says. I'm no stranger to FE, I've played FE7 and FE8 until I completely filled out all the support logs and I've also played a few hacks like The Last Promise and Requiem. However, I've never played this particular hack until now. I've heard of it and read someone else's LP of it; but that was long ago, and thus I'm not actually fully familiar with it. So I figured I should finally experience this... work, for myself. From what I understand, this was one of the earliest hacks made for FE7. As such, there isn't much in the way of major drastic changes like in today's hacks; but this hack probably still paved the way for them. We all have to start somewhere, right? I won't be transcribing the dialogue, just giving a summary of them. And I'll also only play through this once, so we're stuck with Lyn Normal and Eliwood Normal. I might change my mind after I finish, but that's some ways off. So, let's do this. No change so far, intro's the same. You know the story: Humans and dragons lived together, then they fought each other in the Scouring, and humans won with the losers disappearing. Still no change so far. Ah, here we go. I can tell we're in for a good time. Still have to give tactician info. I input the usual. Chapter -1: The Duchess Of Tahra