Well I’m glad that makes sense. Balancing choices is hard.
Anyway, I’ve got several new things to share.
First, I’ve added another Trait to the list again: “Heavy Sleeper”.
Second, I was looking at my outline and realized that the age increase has another effect. Now I’m thinking of a scene where Roselyna has her first period in the sequel. It probably won’t happen to the MC or anyone else, but it’ll be discussed a bit. Heehee.
Finally, I suddenly got these plot bunnies the other day. Now I’m thinking of potential spinoff games for the story. These stories will be more “gamey”, (but still has plenty of story) and happen on a different timeline than in the canon story.
I’m not going to post an interest check yet until I at least (no promises, hehe) release the Chapter 3 Demo, because the spinoffs are a part of the story worlds.
Summary (Minor Spoilers!)
(I’m assuming you read the story information in the first post.)
- So the first spinoff is called "The FIVE Golden Rings! " where you will play as a healer looking for an adventuring party. This story is set in Escheria, and follows Cordelia’s story after the MCs leave Caeshire in the canon story.
You can either play as a cleric, a druid, or a shaman.
- The working title of the second one is “The Three Seasters”. This one follows the story of Uncle and his flock on an expedition to explore the Oceans of Escheria. You will command a fleet of ships, airships, and maybe even a starship.
You can either play as an explorer, a trader, or a pirate.
The third one is based on the Children Colony in the Sci-Fi diary story branch. No ideas about how this will play out yet, but it will be more of a management game with a little bit of adventuring thrown in.
The fourth one, I thought the Magic School in the Fantasy diary story branch would be interesting, but there’s a lot of those already, so I thought of a High School game set in the story’s post-plot. This is more of an indirect sequel to the trilogy.
I obviously can’t work on this after the series is finished, so nahhh for now. And of course I can’t spoil much what I mean by “post-plot”.
So… yeah! I just had to get that out of my head!