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24 Monstrous New Avatars From Brasington


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Thanks to the Brasington team makers of Dragon Warrior IV: Renaissance for the follwing avatars, they are in the dw4_renaissance avatar gallery.

 

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Inspired by the Spinys and Koopas from Super Mario Bros., Krates have always had a presence as minor monsters in Indogutsu's text-based RPG stories. Their name may have come from "box turtle," with the misspelling of "crate" as a nod to Mortal Kombat. Krates have highly toxic claws, fangs, breath, and saliva. In the Dragon Warrior IV: Renaissance world, they were probably evolved from Poison Lizards, hence their somewhat familiar appearance. Their spiked shells provide both protection and enhanced attack strength, and once they reach a certain age, they learn how to roll into balls and spin around the field, damaging all in their path. Krates' shells allow them to survive in varied environments, and higher orders of Krates can even use magic.

 

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Since Brasington wanted to use DW3's Froggore monster in their RPG Maker project even though it wasn't on any DQ games for the PlayStation, Indogutsu modified the "winged frog" monster sprite from Dragon Warrior 7. Now without wings, these frogs' color schemes closely match those of the Froggore, Poison Toad, and King Froggore, although their poses are rather different from the DW3 originals. Indogutsu also added a new fourth frog with a bright red and blue color scheme, much like those poisonous frogs you sometimes see in books about the South American rain forest.

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Great job, also you guys work too much! If my co-workers worked nearly as hard as Brasington... well I wouldn't have to get ready for work in ten minutes.

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again great job ^^

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