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Re: ~(DEMO!)~ Seven Kingdoms [GxB/G] [Fantasy, Rom, Politics

#151 Post by ZennyPai » Sun Feb 08, 2015 6:53 pm

So I played the game up until the match maker. I have made a review about the game on the demo thread, but here I will review the story and talk about my own character.

So I ended up as a resident of Jiyel, which appears to be based on far-east asian settings. And how stereotypical that the intelligent personalities are from here. :D Just pointing that out. Nothing wrong with that. In fact, that's how it should be.

My character was HIGHLY intellgent and very casual. This makes the story more personal to me.

Btw, the princess of Skalt. Totally into her. If I can't marry her, I will totally allow her to steal me. I really wanted to choose to speak to her, but she was the one who automatically approached me. I love that. Princess Penelope seems so friendly, definitely my best friend.

None of the guys impress me that much. The one Reviare warrior was a little interesting, but he was very passive and a man of little words for me to care. Duke Lyon was interesting and we bonded over our ability to debate, but repeatedly admitting to weakness is a kinda turn off, especially since after our talk he just retreats to being alone. Falon was okay, taught me military stuff, that's cool. I guess I like how casual Prince Lise is, but there were very limited options for me to talk about with him that we ended up talking about his sister.

But all in all, so far. Princess Ana, take me now!

I'm a guy, but I have no problems playing a girl, and a princess/Lady at that. And seriously, the guys are too bishounen imo. I'm guessing Lise is a casual prince, but he was certainly more inclined to being formal and noble than to being otherwise.

If I was playing a guy, I would go for Penelope or Availe, if not Princess Ana, but I have a feeling I wouldn't impress her. But playing as a girl, I am thankful I have Ana's attention. But none of the guys stand out to me that much.

As I mentioned in my demo review, by ignoring the details and history of the characters (well, I skimmed through ALL the characters during the summit just to have a little background) it feels more real to me to decide what I say to what people, since I'm not trying to impress anyone in particular except maybe Ana.

Oh and can you spoil me, does Sarya get to have her own independent story with me or anything? I love her! But she doesn't have enough character so far for me to comment on her. But I love her!

I skimmed through the background story, but I act as myself and I would read the history book (the one you read after the summit) but I would still only glance through it to get the gist.

The match maker is a bitch, may I point out. I guess anyone of any specialty or personality will not impress her. But I did notice that the things that influence her more are connected to being more 'princessy' so to say.

Well, will write more if the story gives me something to work on. So far I'm into it. Will play more of it after school.

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#152 Post by alylt » Sun Feb 08, 2015 10:13 pm

Hello and welcome to our new posters :) Thank you so much for playing the game! <3

In honor of reaching 20,000 VOTES (I seriously can't believe you guys!) here is a special poll update starring the candidates of the poll:

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Polls will end sometime tomorrow~ There is still time to vote!
(But I hope you guys are taking breaks to eat/sleep/rest and do other things than vote.)

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#153 Post by Kikaharu » Mon Feb 09, 2015 1:01 am

Haha I love the message from Blain for last place haha :)

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#154 Post by Nebty » Mon Feb 09, 2015 1:46 pm

Played the demo up to the end of the first round of introductions, but I just wanted to say that it's been blowing me away so far.

I decided that I might as well make a savvy protagonist if I was gonna play a politics-based game, so I created a silver-tongued court lady from Corval. Really pleased at how her background affected her evaluation of her fellow Corval delegates. And despite his rudeness, I found Lord Blaine to be hilarious. Shame he wasn't around to talk to. I kinda wanted to trade insults with him (which my Lady is excellent at). One thing, though. It could've used a bit more reactivity when he storms off after getting the brush-off from Ana. The game notes your previous enmity when examining him, but then goes on to say that you've made your first enemy of the summit, which felt a bit inconsistent. It seemed like he was already your enemy.

But anyways, those first conversations were excellent. The characters were all interesting and well-realized. I started with Lyon (because in an Otome game you might as well scope out the dudes first), and I found him rather adorable, especially when choosing intellect-based options. I also really liked how my character's previously-expressed love of history was brought up (which she later had to give up for extra politics lessons, so I imagine that she enjoyed being able to talk history again). Being able to make him laugh was the best.

Then I talked to Penelope, who seems sweet but timid. I like how the game gives you room to form friendships. It made my character feel more well-rounded.

Emmet's a sweetheart. He strikes me as the Alistair of the group, which makes me kind of worried for him. :lol:

Jarrod freaks me the hell out. You don't know whether you're coming or going with that guy. It was the first time my savvy Corvallan (Corvalli?) Lady felt out of her element. She stood up to him, but decided to continue the conversation just to see what happened. His interest has been noted, but it's not exactly reciprocated.

Surprisingly enough, my character got on with his sister like a house on fire. Probably because they were both political animals. Gotta say, I loved the evil lesbians vibe I was getting from that conversation. Doing a playthrough with her as my ally seems like it'd be a ton of fun. Though I think this particular character is a bit too principled for that.

And, finally, Zarad. Oh, Zarad. Is there any way to keep him from dancing with you? Because I didn't manage it. :lol: I enjoyed being able to follow up each of his compliments with an insult. That was worth the embarrassment of the dance. Then obviously wiping your hand on your skirt was the cherry on top. Really, I most enjoyed the characters with whom you could engage in a battle of wits. Precious few games allow you to do that.

I think I had a couple of conversations left by the end, but I had to take a break. And wow, this has gotten long. I guess my takeaway from this is that you've really managed to capture the way that Bioware games allow you to craft your own character, something I haven't yet experienced in an Otome game. I'm already rather attached to my protagonist. She feels like she has a lot of personality, even though she has so many potential backgrounds and skillsets. It feels sort of like a mashup of DA:O and Choice of Romance (if you've played those Choice of etc games). I'm loving the demo so far and looking forward to the finished game.

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#155 Post by amateurismygame » Mon Feb 09, 2015 10:28 pm

I have been following this topic for a while! Just lurking, waiting..in the shadows, for the third demo! Also I must agree @Doomzilla for I too voted, and alas
What is your favorite background so far? I loathe to admit I love being an ambitious widow..gotta love poisoning your husband, and moving higher up in nobility! Hehe, I relish in the fact of being a hot evil mc evil in this game!

I still like hearing about your favorite characters~ They are all so diverse and intriguing..but I have to admit, Zarad and Hamin have stolen my heart! Zarad is so exotic..and mysterious, and loneeeely. and Hamid, Hamid is Hamid <3

Have you noticed the effects of the personality options yet? Yes! Apparently my character is a huge liar pants, and unethical, woooops.

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#156 Post by ZennyPai » Tue Feb 10, 2015 1:20 am

I just finished the demo and I have to say that the last few events after the attempted murder was kinda un-eventful. Tea time with Princess Cordelia was boring despite her interesting background (although she is a suspect of my attempted murder).

The boat race was less exciting than I had hoped. Despite being on Ana's team, I feel as if doing a bit of training should influence the outcome of the race and make it possible to shame the pirate Hamid.

Perhaps i'm speaking too soon and those scenes are still under development. I shall look forward to any new updates as soon as possible.

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#157 Post by alylt » Tue Feb 10, 2015 4:19 am

Hi Nebty-
Thank you so much for playing and for stopping by! The game was totally inspired partially by my love of Dragon Age and actually started it's life as a 'Choice of Game' before I realized it was waaaay too complicated to have no ability to save and load and pick different options :)

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Thanks for unlurking! I love hearing from you guys <3 And thanks for playing!

ZennyPai-
Thanks for playing! It is totally possible to win the race over Hamin :) It depends on your skills, your crew and your choices though~

Those of you who follow the tumblr know that the poll closed 15 minutes ago, here are our final results:
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In light of the amazing efforts of everyone who voted and the tie of Hamin and Zarad, I’ve decided to give POVs for the top two of each poll.

That means expect a POV from Jarrod, Clarmont, Hamin and Zarad for valentines day~

Thank you guys for all your amazing, unbelievable efforts! We hit over 24,000 total votes! WOW!

And our amazing artist Babana http://comatofe-babana.deviantart.com/ drew us a HILARIOUS comic about Blain and his response to losing the poll (warning don't drink or eat at the same time you read this, you might choke!)

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#158 Post by yoshibb » Fri Feb 13, 2015 5:29 pm

Happy Valentine's Day, alylt! One detail I always thought was great about the Hise pirate background was how her mother kidnapped her husband. So I hope you don't mind, but my MC taking Clarmont and going home :lol:

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#159 Post by alylt » Sat Feb 14, 2015 6:29 pm

Yoshibb- I already thanked you in tumbrl for your awesome V-Day present, but I'll thank you again here <3 You are the best!!!

Happy Valentines Day Everyone!!!! The threatened/promised day is here! It's POV TIME.

You guys managed to pick just about the most spoilerly possible POV's so I tried to balance being authentic to their state of mind with jumping over any explicit spoilers.

And...I just want to apologize in advance to Team Jarrod, who worked super hard, just in case his POV was not what they were hoping for. SORRY!

You can find the master list on tumbrl http://azalynestudios.tumblr.com/post/1 ... masterlist if you think that will be easier for you to read!

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Lord Clarmont stared at his packed bags, a slight frown on his face. There was a strict limit on the amount of luggage you could bring with you to the Isle so he had to make sure he had everything he could possibly need. Well, everything that wouldn’t get him in trouble and would fit in the three luggages allowed. He mentally cataloged everything he had packed, but he couldn’t shake the niggling feeling that he had forgotten something.

“Riding boots!” Finally, he had figured it out. “Nan! Have you seen my riding boots?” he called out.

But instead of the elderly woman who had taken care of him since he was a child, his rescue came with four legs and a ridiculous amount of fuzzy fur.

“Moncha! You brilliant girl.” His dog dropped his now slightly soggy riding boots at his feet and barked happily, her tail wagging. He leaned down to give her some well-deserved petting. “I don’t know how I ever got so lucky. We all know you are the brains in this family.”

She barked happily and nearly knocked him flat with her enthusiastic head butts. But the old dog’s happiness was short lived as she circled the luggage sighed and flopped down near it, giving him a pleading look.

Clarmont sighed bitterly. “I’m sorry, girl, they don’t allow pets to come to the Isle. You will have to stay here.” He tried to harden his heart against her mournful whining, but it was no easy task. Moncha had always been there for him, had always loved him and waited for him and accepted him. No matter what else was going on. And now he was considering leaving her behind…

“There you are! I’ve been looking everywhere for you. But I should have guessed. Where else would you be but in your room packing, almost an entire week before you have to leave.”

Clarmont did his best to shake off his melancholy and forced a teasing smile as he turned around to face his steward and best, perhaps only, true friend. “Unlike certain people, cough, you, Lyall, cough, cough, some of us like to be prepared.”

“You are going to eat delicious food, dance with pretty ladies and try not to give in to temptation to murder our lovely royal offspring. How much preparation could you possibly need?”

Clarmont arched an eyebrow. “Easy for the person who gets to stay here and be lazy to say.”

Nyall grinned at him, a sparkling challenge in his eyes. “Are you saying you would trade places with me if you could?”

Clarmont swallowed a sigh. Nyall was almost never serious, but when he was he looked even less serious than usual. He was serious now. He deserved at least an honest answer. “No.”
Nyall dropped all traces of levity. “Clarmont-“

He interrupted, pasting a carefree smile on his face. “I need you here. There’s no one else I trust to look out for Moncha and Nan and everyone else.”
“Your entire staff is filled with orphans, widows and misfits. They all need you here, Clar.”

“I know you can take care of them. All of them, just as well as I could. Thankfully the estate isn’t entailed, so it’s all worked out.”

“Worked out? Clar! What are you planning?”

“Don’t worry so much. You are looking awfully like a nanny-goat. It’s just seven weeks of eating delicious food and dancing with pretty ladies, what could I possibly be planning?”

“So you are telling me we can all expect you back promptly on the eighth week, fat and happy and possibly bringing a blushing bride along?”

“That’s the plan.”

“I hate it when you smile like that, Clar. That’s the smile that means you are lying. And you never used to use it on me.”

His best friend stormed out of the room, but Clarmont didn’t follow him, as much as he wanted to. He couldn’t. He had made his choices long ago. Or rather, his choices had been made for him.

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He could feel the familiar anger start to pump through his veins, throbbing through his head with every beat of his heart. “What did you say?”

“I…I’m sorry your highness, but the royal majesties, your parents…ordered all of your weapons be confiscated…in case…in case you try to sneak some with you.”

She cowered and winced away from his gaze, just another one of boring, terrified little mice that were always hovering annoyingly in his vision. Everything about her, from her cracking voice to her hunched shoulders just made him angrier.

Before he realized what he was doing he had already grabbed the porcelain pitcher of water next to him and tossed it at her head. But like a mouse, she had the audacity to scurry and so the pitcher smashed against the wall, creating a shower of water and broken pieces. That noise, at least, was satisfying.

“You are so predictable it’s boring, dear brother.” He turned his scowl on to the intruder now giving him a disdainful look from where she lounged against his open door. “If you are going to insist on throwing tantrums like you are twelve, you should at least do so in some new, creative fashion that doesn’t leave us short of dishes every month.” His sister gave the mouse, now making some hideously annoying sound between crying and heaving, a bored look. “Go.” At the word of the Princess, the little mouse scurried away so fast you would think he was a circling hawk. Like he would ever be interested in hunting someone like her.

“We can’t all be as creative as you, Gisette.” Jarrod scowled at his sister until inspiration struck. “Which means you can talk our parents out of this madness!”

“Why in the world would I want to do that?”

“You can’t tell me you want to be stuck in some godsforsaken island in the middle of nowhere with dull people doing dull things and not a weapon in sight for seven weeks!”

“We are royalty, brother. It comes with the ability to throw things at your servants’ heads, like you so often prove, but it also comes with costs. This is one of them.”

“I’m not marrying some insipid little girl who is probably hideous just because Father thinks I should.”

His sister arched her eyebrow in the way that she knew annoyed him. “I’m relieved to hear it. I’m not in the market for an insipid ugly little girl for a sister-in-law.”

“If you don’t want me to get married, and gods know you don’t want to get married, why won’t you help me talk our loving parents out of this terrible idea?”

“If you had the ability to listen to something for longer than the three seconds it takes for you to get irritated you would already know this. It’s not about getting married, although I’m sure our parents would be thrilled if we managed to secure ourselves a favorable alliance, it’s about appearances. We can’t afford to let the rest of the world think we are weak.”

“We aren’t weak, so who cares about the rest of the world? It’s not like any of the other pathetic countries could do anything to us even if they wanted to. We have the fiercest army the world has ever seen and the strongest royal family that Revaire has ever had.”

“And even if all those lies father fills your head with were true, which they aren’t, it’s not just the matter of politics or perception; it’s the matter of them.”

“Like they will have any ability to get on the Isle.”

“You and father never cease to amaze me with your ability to underestimate them. But if there is any chance they will take this opportunity to contact people from the other kingdoms, we can’t allow it.”

He looked thoughtfully at his sister. “…You really think they might show up there?”

She shrugged, so casual he knew that for once she meant what she was saying, “Them or their agents.”

He could feel a smile tugging at the corner of his mouth. “If we find them there, can I kill them?”

“If we find them, dear brother, I will help you kill them myself.”

He could feel his mouth spread into a vicious smile. For the first time since he had been ordered to attend the Summit by his father he found some enjoyment at the thought.

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Hamin sighed as his legs dangled over the edge of the cliff, the breeze sending his braids dancing. He stared into the distant ocean and for once in his life; neither the sea nor the winds gave him hope for freedom. But as much as he wanted to run away, he knew his father was right.

He loved Hise and its people. He wasn’t willing to sacrifice them just so he could escape his responsibilities. And after what his father told him…It looked like the Summit was the last thing standing between his homeland and a war they might have no way of winning. So if someone was going to be sacrificed it was going to be him. It was so deliciously ironic that of an entire nation of freemen and women, he was the only one who couldn’t do what he wanted. Thanks, Pop.

“Ha! I knew you would be here. Whenever you go missing I know to find the highest place around and look there.”

“What are you doing here, Leala? Shouldn’t you be busy planning a mutiny?”

His childhood friend and second-in-command scoffed at him as she plopped herself down next to him, her short dark legs hanging over the cliff. “Like I would need to. We all know who is really in charge around here.”

“You are right. Her royal majesty Queen Pickle, the best rat catcher on land or sea.”

“Ugh. Don’t remind me. That cat hates everyone but you; she’s going to be so difficult to live with when you are gone.”

“You just say that because every time she sees your hair she attacks.” Hamin gave his friend’s dark braids, that were continuously sprouting more and more brightly colored feathers, a pointed look. “I don’t know why you do that anyway. It’s not like if you add enough you will suddenly be able to fly.”

“Says who?”

“I could push you right off the cliff and then we can see who is right.”

She laughed. “You charmer. I can always count on you to know how to treat a lady.”

He raised an eyebrow. “If you find a lady, be sure to introduce her.” Leala elbowed him painfully in the ribs, quite eloquently proving his point, he thought. “Why are you here, Leala? Did my dad send you?”

“Of course not!” She gasped, horrified. “You know I avoid the company of anyone over thirty. What if their responsibility and gravitas is catching and rubs off on me?”

“I don’t think there is any danger of that. I’ve never met anyone more allergic to maturity.”

She stuck out her tongue at him. “If you are done moping here like a big old baby-“

“Hey! A little respect, please.”

“Fine, Captain Big Old Baby.”

“Thank you, much better.”

“If you are done moping, Captain Big Old Baby, I came to invite you to go watch the delegates drinking contest. There’s this girl who is just moping the decks with the competition, I’ve never seen anything so funny.”

“As tempting as that sounds, no thanks. You go watch.”

“Stop sucking lemons, Captain.” Hamin frowned warningly at her, but as was her usual wont, she completely ignored him and continued anyway. “It’s just seven weeks; it’s not like a life sentence. And knowing you, you will find someone shiny and get distracted and start plotting to kidnap them all and bring them back. And I’ll be the one who has to figure out how to fit ten new useless people onto our ship while escaping their real fiancés.”

“Psh, like I would ever kidnap someone useless.”

“If this is about Zachariah-“

He felt that familiar stab of ice in his gut. “Stop.”

“You know as well as I do he wouldn’t want this for you. This blame and guilt that keeps you frozen in time-“

“I said stop, Leala.”

“I’m just saying what I know he would say if he was still here. If you find a chance of happiness on that strange little island, don’t keep yourself from taking it as some sort of punishment. You don’t have to spend the rest of your life forcing yourself to pay penance. The future of Hise is important, but so is your future.”

“On second thought, I think I’m going to go the drinking contest after all. I bet they have lots of strong stuff, so I can go get thoroughly drunk. Maybe then I will be too drunk to hear you anymore.”

“Hamin-“

“Race you there, Leala! Loser swabs the deck. With their underwear.” He started running to the sounds of her loud barrage of curses, carried to the seas on the wind.

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He put down the quill with a sigh and stretched. It had been a long night. But he was used to those. Zarad, Third Prince of Corval, for what that was worth, rarely got a full night’s sleep. Which is why he was now eyeing his untouched bed longingly. It was tempting, so tempting, to considering sleeping for the few hours before he had to go and get on a ship. The summit…now that should be an interesting experience. So few things were novel these days; he was almost looking forward to it.

“Big brother Zarad!”

Sina, all three feet of her, had shoved open his heavy door and danced inside his room, giggling at the disapproving looks her handlers were sending her. And there went sleep as an option.

“Hello, my pretty Sina. Not that I’m not delighted to see you, but aren’t you supposed to be at your lessons?”

She waved her hand with all the dismissive authority of the Emperor. “You are not at my lessons. You are here.”

“Yes, in my room. That is a shocking development.”

She leaned forward and whispered so loudly that only those in the rooms nearest them could hear clearly, “My ladies tell me I shouldn’t visit you here. They won’t tell me why but they said something about loose women. How can women be loose? Does it mean their clothes don’t fit? And why would they come to you for that? Are you a secret tailor?” Then she giggled in delight as her ladies blushed crimson and stuttered in response.

“You, my dear, are an absolute little demon. I have no idea who you could have gotten it from.”

“Papa says I’m just like you when you were my age, brother Zarad!”

“What a ridiculous thing to say. You are much prettier than I was.”

Her face lit up with calculation. “Does that mean that when I am your age, I will be able to make everyone’s brains turn to mush just by smiling at them? Because that seems like a very useful talent.”

“If you ask me, give you any more useful talents and the world is doomed.”

“Mama says you are leaving today. You are going on a big ship and going to a little island and you will be gone for many, many sleeps.”

“Your mother is right. I am. I hope you won’t cry at night for missing me.”

She scoffed loudly, her little mouth puffing out adorably. “It’s much more likely you will cry missing me, brother Zarad.”

“True enough, little demon. So if you aren’t here to cry and beg me to stay, did you come to wish me luck?”

She shook her head no, sending her pretty little curls bouncing all around. He had to stifle a laugh, for she hated it when people treated her like she was ridiculous. Even though she very clearly was. “I came to ask you questions.”

“Well, in that case, go ahead then.”

“Oldest brother Aamir went to the summit, before I was born.”

“That doesn’t sound very much like a question.”

“He came back with big sister Constance.”

“That is also not a question.”

“Are you going to bring me back a sister?”

“Would you like me to?”

“Yes! But only if she’s a nice sister like Constance.”

“But what if she is a naughty sister?”

She squished her lips together and looked thoughtfully for a minute. “That could be fun, too. It would be nice if I wasn’t the only one getting into trouble.”

There was a soft knock on his door that only one person in the entire palace used. Like he expected, Princess Constance, formerly of Arland, timidly opened the door once he gave her permission to enter. “I’m so sorry, your highness, but I was told Princess Sina went missing-“

“And your first thought of when there’s trouble is to come find me? The oasis of all evil?”

Her pretty features flushed bright red and she stammered “Of course not.”

Sina happily marched up to Constance and pronounced, “Brother Zarad has promised to bring me back another sister, like you, Constance. We can leave now. Even if maths is so boring I am tempted to cut off Lady Reina’s hair. I think she would look much better with short hair, don’t you?”

His brother’s wife sent him one quick, worried look. “…Good luck at the summit, Prince Zarad.”

Sina scowled. “My brother doesn’t need luck. He has skill.”

Zarad had to bite down the bubbling laughter that threatened to rise with all this ridiculousness. “Ah, but I will happily take any luck I can get, especially when it comes from such a pretty package.”

Constance couldn’t have bobbed a curtsy and dragged Sina out of the room any faster if she had run. All the while Sina was yelling loudly for him not to forget that he had promised. Only his sister would demand he bring back a wife like some sort of souvenir to present as tribute.

Well, his list of things to accomplish at the Summit was already long enough, might as well add a wife to the list, if only to please his sister. Free from her easily offended eyes, Zarad gave in and laughed until his stomach hurt.

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#160 Post by FrostkingDemetri » Sun Feb 15, 2015 8:31 am

Gosh dang, that character art tho~

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#161 Post by alylt » Mon Feb 16, 2015 10:58 pm

Hi everyone! Hope you all are having a great day!

Just wanted to update to share a link from the awesome Zelcher on tumbrl, who has made a masterlist of all the various important posts on tumbrl about the game, from people's guides, to random questions that I have answered, all cataloged and easy to find!

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1mGi ... edit?pli=1

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Re: ~(DEMO!)~ Seven Kingdoms [GxB/G] [Fantasy, Rom, Politics

#162 Post by revan335 » Thu Feb 26, 2015 2:04 am

Dude, the demo was awesome! It is very in depth and I feel like my choice of skills has a huge impact on the story. I am eagerly awaiting the next update.

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Re: ~(DEMO!)~ Seven Kingdoms [GxB/G] [Fantasy, Rom, Politics

#163 Post by noeinan » Thu Feb 26, 2015 2:58 am

This looks fun, I'm grabbing the demo. :)
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Re: ~(DEMO!)~ Seven Kingdoms [GxB/G] [Fantasy, Rom, Politics

#164 Post by Needy » Wed Mar 04, 2015 5:10 pm

Hi everyone, first I wanted to tell that in my opinion that game is brilliant. It have everything I looking for in the game: addictive story, oginally characters and I can create MC however I want. Because all of this I thought that maybe I could create a guide which may help another players. Here you have prompts relating to conversation between your MC and other characters in a game. Well, I hope that it will be hopefully for somebody. Have a nice time playing!!

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Re: ~(DEMO!)~ Seven Kingdoms [GxB/G] [Fantasy, Rom, Politics

#165 Post by Doomzilla » Fri May 01, 2015 9:26 am

The demo is almost ready for beta! If you want to sign up to test it go over to the following thread and reply! (Note: You will have to make a forum account if you haven't already.)

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