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foxfirenelli last won the day on November 30 2018

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About foxfirenelli

  • Birthday 04/15/1981

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    Dragon Warrior I (NES)
    Dragon Warrior III (NES)
    Dragon Warrior VII (PSX)
    Dragon Quest VIII (PS2)
    Dragon Quest IX (DS)
    Dragon Quest XI (N3DS/PS4)
    Dragon Warrior I (GBC)
    Dragon Warrior II (GBC)
    Dragon Warrior III (GBC)
    Dragon Quest IV (DS)
    Dragon Quest V (DS)
    Dragon Quest VI (DS)
    Dragon Quest VII (3DS)
    Dragon Quest VIII (3DS)
    Rocket Slime (DS)
    DW Monsters (GBC)
    DW Monsters 2 (GBC)
    DQ Monsters Joker (DS)
    Itadaki Street (PSP)

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  1. Yes. It has been fun to play through this game. I hope you will give it a whirl.
  2. Hi! I added FamiTracker versions of Psaro's map theme from the remakes of Dragon Quest IV, the village night theme from the remakes of Dragon Quest III, and the second world map theme from Dragon Quest II arranged similar to the GBC version.
  3. I added FamiTacker version of Bridal Waltz from Dragon Quest V today. https://soundcloud.com/foxfirenelli/bridal-waltz-dragon-quest-v-famitracker
  4. I'm still at it. The next area will be more straightforward, though there are still some what-ifs and sidetracking available. More than half the areas in this section are done. Currently working on monsters. There are still a few tunes to make as well. Here are a few screenshots: Also, here's a tune: https://soundcloud.com/foxfirenelli/deathfight-extended-dragon-quest-ii-famitracker/s-b3iIu
  5. I updated the demo file to fix minor glitches I have found so far. Saved game files wouldn't be negatively affected, though "Journey Journal" entry will remain incorrect if game was saved after a certain point. I had to leave the font as "Times New Roman" for the time being. Garrick Bold had boxes instead of arrows in the status window, so I thought I better keep test playing it. (Edit: I fixed this and updated. Also had to remove the "flying" aspect of the return spell and wing of wyvern.) Of every frustrating thing I've encountered in any RPG Maker I've used, that takes the cake. I figured it was font size related, but my oh my. Kudos to your dedication for detail! You did a fantastic job because I would have never known any different.
  6. I agree! Fortunately, I found the issue after looking at troubleshooting threads on Reddit, RPG Maker Central, Steam Community, and RPG Maker Web. I was using the filename rather than the name of the font. The DS font is off and the NES fonts behave oddly. I'm guessing this is related to the font size, but I haven't done any experimenting. Garrick Bold, as suggested by @Erdrick The Hero, works great! It's too early to say for certain, but it doesn't look like I will have to adjust any message windows with it either. DS: Dragon Warrior 1: Dragon Warrior I: Garrick Bold:
  7. I have tried out the various fonts and had the same trouble as before, unfortunately. I'm placing the files in the "font" folder and use the following script lines: Font.default_name = ["dragon-quest-ds"] Font.default_name = ["dragon-warrior-1"] Font.default_name = ["dw-font"] Result: Font.default_name = ["nimzo"] Result: The other version of "nimzo" looks similar. Additionally, I installed them on the computer after trying them only in the font folder. I tried placing the font script before all other custom scripts and after. I looked into this and found that it was infinite use.
  8. For anyone interested in the side quests, I'll put them in spoiler tags. Next one goes together with the above. Not a sidequest, just info:
  9. Thanks Hawkeye! I hope you will enjoy it when you get the chance! I will definitely try all fonts. If I can make one work, I'll use it. I'll look for yours here on the den, Woodus. Erdrick the Hero, I would like to try your NES version too. I used the travel scroll name due to their one-time use. Thank you for passing this information on to me! (With thanks to Choppasmith for the discovery.)
  10. Thank you ChrystalChameleon, Erdrick the Hero, and Woodus! I'm glad you took the time to try it out. Erdrick: I will check out that font when I get home. I was unable to get the NES DW font to work and I didn't spend any time trying to figure it out. I like the idea of using the font of the later games. I appreciate you sharing this information and look forward to trying it. Woodus: I apologize that you didn't get the end of demo message. I had forgot to re-enable before uploading it. I should have updated my post here when I fixed it, but thought I got it before anyone saw it. It allows you to go back before the previous scene to continue playing and not lose progress. Also, the fifth party member is okay. I didn't work on making them appear in the top window out of fear causing a crash from my novice ability to edit scripts. Thank you all again. You made my day!
  11. I have a demo available: https://www.dropbox.com/s/xtvxgt2bn5aimf1/FMDDW.exe?dl=0 If you need the run time package to play games made with RPG Maker VX Ace: http://www.rpgmakerweb.com/download/additional/run-time-packages Credits note file: https://www.dropbox.com/s/dt8jl3ql0c7els2/Delusional Dragon Warrior Credit.txt?dl=0 Advance thank you to anyone who wants to try it out. To explore everything it took me 1 hour 45 minutes. To rush through the story it only took a mere 15 minutes. If you run into any problems or have questions, please let me know!
  12. Woodus, I don't mind at all. I can get more too if you would want them.
  13. I have a folder with a few DQ3 SNES backgrounds. I added the boss troll room. https://www.dropbox.com/sh/nyqcueq7r6ehcl6/AADRlttBRa89b8dTZ12MGFDza?dl=0 Pyramid, Arena, Boss Troll, Desert, Dungeon, Field, Forest, Mountains, Phantom Ship, Tower, Zoma Good luck!
  14. Thank you! I appreciate you checking them out. I was able to listen to several of the arrangements on your channel as well. Bravo! I like that you arrange many songs that I've never seen arranged before such as "What?" from FFVI. "Mines of Narshe" arrangement was satisfying too. I forgot to them, so I just went back to do so. Will definitely be listening to more. Thank you Woodus! I learned by using the NSF import version of FamiTracker to see exactly how the NES songs were arranged. I don't use the instruments properly as I've seen in FamiTracker tutorials. I just type out the volume and effects controls myself, then a lot of copy/paste. It took me years to understand what was happening on-screen. This tutorial helped me the most: https://www.vg-resource.com/thread-19262.html
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