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Re: Unnamed Medieval/Fantasy enhanced "Survival" Sandbox RPG
« Reply #30 on: July 19, 2016, 04:52:11 PM »


I started work on the entrance to the Demara (Demon) citadel today.
It is bigger than the picture would suggest, Idk why it looks rather small here that.

Anyways, About half of the Demara city will be underground in large chambers.
The rest will be outside.


I'm inching towards release.
I want to have at least one dungeon, Quite a bit of spells, And quit a bit of the Demara and Human towns finished.

As well as a name. I need to think of a name for the map.
Reminds me of my Dwarven City entrance on Trium.


I can sort of see that, But I feel like mine is still substantially different.

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Re: Unnamed Medieval/Fantasy enhanced "Survival" Sandbox RPG
« Reply #31 on: July 19, 2016, 08:44:00 PM »


I started work on the entrance to the Demara (Demon) citadel today.
It is bigger than the picture would suggest, Idk why it looks rather small here that.

Anyways, About half of the Demara city will be underground in large chambers.
The rest will be outside.


I'm inching towards release.
I want to have at least one dungeon, Quite a bit of spells, And quit a bit of the Demara and Human towns finished.

As well as a name. I need to think of a name for the map.
Reminds me of my Dwarven City entrance on Trium.


I can sort of see that, But I feel like mine is still substantially different.
I told you, man. All Dwarves have really big doors on their fortresses. Overcompensation.
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Re: Unnamed Medieval/Fantasy enhanced "Survival" Sandbox RPG
« Reply #32 on: July 19, 2016, 08:49:36 PM »


I started work on the entrance to the Demara (Demon) citadel today.
It is bigger than the picture would suggest, Idk why it looks rather small here that.

Anyways, About half of the Demara city will be underground in large chambers.
The rest will be outside.


I'm inching towards release.
I want to have at least one dungeon, Quite a bit of spells, And quit a bit of the Demara and Human towns finished.

As well as a name. I need to think of a name for the map.
Reminds me of my Dwarven City entrance on Trium.


I can sort of see that, But I feel like mine is still substantially different.
I told you, man. All Dwarves have really big doors on their fortresses. Overcompensation.

How do they even open the thing? Dwarves aren't known for having greater mass than a 70+ metre tall stone door that is 2-3 metres thick.


BTW, On a side note, The map won't be released until 2.44 unless something happens. The reason being that Iwant to incorporate math and item stats into the map properly.

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Re: Unnamed Medieval/Fantasy enhanced "Survival" Sandbox RPG
« Reply #33 on: July 19, 2016, 08:55:14 PM »
How do they even open the thing? Dwarves aren't known for having greater mass than a 70+ metre tall stone door that is 2-3 metres thick.
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Re: Unnamed Medieval/Fantasy enhanced "Survival" Sandbox RPG
« Reply #34 on: July 19, 2016, 09:02:32 PM »
I can sort of see that, But I feel like mine is still substantially different.
I just said it reminded me of it, being that it's partially underground and built into a hilly landmass. Never said it looked alike. ;) Still enjoy the architecture and everything. It's going to be fantastic!

How do they even open the thing? Dwarves aren't known for having greater mass than a 70+ metre tall stone door that is 2-3 metres thick.


BTW, On a side note, The map won't be released until 2.44 unless something happens. The reason being that Iwant to incorporate math and item stats into the map properly.

See now, Dryym? I thought we had this discussion. Over-thinking leads to a shorter life bud. lol But anyway, Dwarves are notorious miners and tinkerers. Their machinery/mechanisms do the heavy lifting for them. Another reason I love Dwarves. Especially Elder Scrolls dwarves. So much mystery, but so very much scientifically advanced. 8)
Looking forward to when I can come visit. /sage

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Re: Unnamed Medieval/Fantasy enhanced "Survival" Sandbox RPG
« Reply #35 on: July 19, 2016, 09:06:34 PM »
Dwarves are notorious miners and tinkerers. Their machinery/mechanisms do the heavy lifting for them.
Yeh, but gnomes are tinkerier. Is why I play a gnome most always.
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Re: Unnamed Medieval/Fantasy enhanced "Survival" Sandbox RPG
« Reply #36 on: July 19, 2016, 09:10:56 PM »
I can sort of see that, But I feel like mine is still substantially different.
I just said it reminded me of it, being that it's partially underground and built into a hilly landmass. Never said it looked alike. ;) Still enjoy the architecture and everything. It's going to be fantastic!

How do they even open the thing? Dwarves aren't known for having greater mass than a 70+ metre tall stone door that is 2-3 metres thick.


BTW, On a side note, The map won't be released until 2.44 unless something happens. The reason being that Iwant to incorporate math and item stats into the map properly.

See now, Dryym? I thought we had this discussion. Over-thinking leads to a shorter life bud. lol But anyway, Dwarves are notorious miners and tinkerers. Their machinery/mechanisms do the heavy lifting for them. Another reason I love Dwarves. Especially Elder Scrolls dwarves. So much mystery, but so very much scientifically advanced. 8)
Looking forward to when I can come visit. /sage

If you want me to stop over thinking things, I could just cut this entire project short.

Literally just about every detail on the map is the result of me thinking really hard about how these things work. I have even made it so all bells have a rope attached to them so you can ring them.


If I don't over think things, This whole thing collapses.


Dwarves are notorious miners and tinkerers. Their machinery/mechanisms do the heavy lifting for them.
Yeh, but gnomes are tinkerier. Is why I play a gnome most always.

Sorry to tell you, Gnomes won't be in this map. I may have them in the universe though, They aren't overused like Dwarves and Elves. In addition, They are actually somewhat interesting.

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Re: Unnamed Medieval/Fantasy enhanced "Survival" Sandbox RPG
« Reply #37 on: July 28, 2016, 07:07:39 PM »
This is actually turning out to be a really good map! I'm enjoying the scripting he's done on it and his interiors are a little inspiring ;)

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Re: Unnamed Medieval/Fantasy enhanced "Survival" Sandbox RPG
« Reply #38 on: July 28, 2016, 07:40:43 PM »
This is actually turning out to be a really good map! I'm enjoying the scripting he's done on it and his interiors are a little inspiring ;)

Well done Dryym

Only a little? Damn! I was going for "Holy mother of Craig, This interior changes my perception of the three dimensions of reality as viewed on a two dimensional screen! My very grip on the concepts of space and time has been torn up, Thrown into the air, And snogged to death."

But I guess a little inspiring is alright.


I am glad you enjoy the map, I've always wanted to do a large scale project like this, But I was always unhappy with the terrain. Who knew modified semialpine maps had so much potential.

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Re: Unnamed Medieval/Fantasy enhanced "Survival" Sandbox RPG
« Reply #39 on: August 14, 2016, 01:14:01 PM »
So I've been doing both planning, And actual scripting recently. I figure I should outline it to get more varied feedback.


I'll be separating things into spoilers for ease of reading.


Magic

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For my Magic system, I've worked out a unique system to the typical mana system.
Magic is cast using catalysts, To swap between a catalyst's spells, You have to hold a catalyst in one hand, And swing your other hand while it is empty.

Since it has come up before, This requires dual wielding to be on. There won't really be any way to use magic without dual wielding. So, Sorry.


Instead of mana, You have Essencia. You do not require Essencia cast spells, But it is highly recommended. Casting magic without Essencia damages the soul. This accumulates bad Karma.

Bad Karma can manifest itself into all sorts of unpleasant things depending on how much has accumulated. This means that casting too many spells without Essencia is very likely going to give you a bad day.


Another key element to magic is alignment. Certain spells will be aligned towards dark or light. And depending on your alignment, They may cost more or less than their default Essencia cost to cast.


This gives the dynamic of players choosing which spells they want to be effective with.

Sure, A fully light magic user can use dark magic, But the long term effects of the bad Karma they accumulated in doing so will have lasting effects in the long term.


Each catalyst has a theme to its spells.

Wand: Harmless utility spells, Such as personal teleports, Or confusion spells. Extremely common among thieves.
Dark Staff: Offensive dark magics. Designed to drain, Kill, Torture, Or maim targets.
Light Staff: Defensive, Or passive offensive magics. Things like barriers, Tethers, Karmic discharges, And the like.
Nature Staff: Spells involving the cooperation of life, Using willing natural sources for the purposes of healing and or assisting the life of another.
Necromancer Staff: Blood magics and necromantic summoning. Blood magics are unique in the way that they damage your physical body rather than your soul when used.
Ocean Staff: To be determined.
Spider Staff: Currently unused.


As for spells, Here is my current list.

Wand:
Translocate: A medium range teleport that sends a ghost form to a destination and takes you to it. Translocation is not instantaneous, But can go through matter.
Confuse: Teleports the target a random amount of blocks in a random direction. More useful in PVP.
Boost: Launches the player upwards. Can be used to cushion long falls, Or reach high places.
Blink: A short range teleport that is instantaneous, But cannot go through walls.

Dark Staff:
Leech: Leeches health out of the target and regenerates your own.
Strike: Damages the target.
Dark Blitz: Creates 5 orbs of dark energy and sends them forth at a focal point. Each orb does a certain amount of damage.

Light Staff:
Barrier: Creates a barrier of light energy in front of the target for a certain amount of time, Protecting the caster from any frontal attacks before it dissipates.
Tether: Pulls the target up into the air and tethers them there for a certain amount of time. Note that during this time the target player is also shielded from attacks.
Karmic Retribution: (Planned spell) forces a release of all Karma in the target at once. Not always wise to use though as it may manifest itself as destructive beings.

It should also be mentioned that all spells have a cooldown period. This period is shared by all magics, So using one spell with a long cooldown restricts use of all other spells until the cool downis finished.

Arms & Armour

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A bit simpler than magic. I can probably explain this pretty quickly.

I plan on rebalancing all of the weapons and armour with new blueprints, And stats.

First off, Metal armour will be a lot harder to get, And much tougher. Giving you much more defence, But probably less attack.

Swords will do high damage, But have no attack bonus, So they are completely useless against metal armour. They may also have somewhat of a defence bonus to simulate guards.

Axes will have slower swings than swords, But they will have high damage and higher attack bonuses than swords due to their heft and small impact point.

Spears will have high attack, Long reach, And less damage. Spears will be great for penetrating armour due to their ability to find gaps in the plates.

The halberd will have long reach, Slower attack times, But relatively high damage and attack.

The warhammers (Of which there are 2, One of which is going to be used by Demons.) will have the highest attack out of all weapons making them the most effective weapons against armour. Crushing bone and denting armour at the same time.

Potions

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Not as much planning has been done on potions yet, But I can still give some info.
Essencia potions will be used to restore Essencia.
Ichor potions will be renamed to "Artificial Blood" and provide an alternate food source for Vampires.
Aestus will be a healing item for Undead, And an extremely deadly poison to the living.
Astro Potions will become the new Ichor, Which is a popular, But potentially deadly narcotic made from diluted Karmic Essence. Ichor will have completely random good and bad effects for the player when used.

That's about all I have planned as of now.

Misc

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As hinted earlier, You will be able to become a vampire in the map. You will also be able to become a revenant, And maybe some other forms of undead.

Vampires lose the need to drink water, Become stronger than other players, Regenerate health quickly, Gain immunity to poisons, Gain night vision And have the ability to drain other non vampire players and mobs of their blood to feed.
On the flip side, They lose health rapidly in sunlight unless wearing a predator amulet (Slows death) or a sapphire necklace (Stops death), Are harmed by running water, Die quickly to wooden weapons, Lose the ability to fill satiation with food, Etc.

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