It was also my favourite of the seven endings! I liked how ambiguous it was at the very end. In fact, I think one thing that makes the writing of Hierofania so nice is that you don't go out of your way to explain certain things or draw attention to them, such as when Crocket says Murphy "never, ever" sits on the throne. Even after talking to Murphy and finding out more about him you still don't really have an exact explanation. Which is good, in my opinion.ludeshka wrote:You got the true ending on the first try! (some people had lots of trouble with it^^)
I had a few nit-picky things to say after finishing but I think all of them have already been mentioned. Though after reading this thread I will say that the art is actually what drew me in. That, and the vague memory of a review by anonl.
Thanks! Though the Locked Souls music isn't by me -- for some reason Soundcloud plays someone else's music after mine...! But I have written music similar to that haha. And I'm a big fan of the Chrono Trigger/Cross and Final Fantasy soundtracks tooludeshka wrote:Holy cow, fanmusic! I didn't even know that was a thing, but this is so cool!
It sounds...like I don't know, it makes one think of ruins, forgotten battlefields or something. Sad, but...sweeping?
Your Locked Souls music is really cool too, you know. Like really good rpg music. (please take it as a compliment, my writing playlists are 99% rpg music, chrono trigger/saga frontier/older final fantasies and such)
Looking forward to trying out Hierofania 2.