Great job jlfish! Wow, I'm really impressed, and that char creator must be something else! You are so close on so many of them - great variety. So can you recolor and almost design your own, or is the game just that varied that you have these choices? --- Wanna get some wine... some take out... maybe make a pawn together? Maybe do some calculations? Sound romantic? do some min/max'in? Sound sexy? Hm? - Denizen
Yeah, the game allows you to customize a character and give it the fighting style of one of the default characters. The cool coincidence of the game is that a lot of the armor can resemble Dogma's if you mix and match it right. And V, unlike IV, has textures that can be applied, that lets things looks leathery or scaly like the Dragonleather vest, or the Abyssinal armor, or also worn and faded, like the Magician's surcoat.
As for the bodies, the creator isn't nearly as diverse as Dogma's...but still fun. 5 default heights with the ability to change muscularity. There's about 15-17 faces per gender, although some of the men's are the same with varying facial hair. But you can add a little more character by choosing eyebrows, freckles, scars, makeup, skin/eye tones, etc. And obviously there's a lot of anime influence, like Merlyn's and Perrin's hair.
It's a fun game...I haven't played any of their own default characters for a while though! Ha ha --- GT: Blue Cresh / Pawn: Allie (Mage) Alts: 26, what do you need?
I have a friend who pretty much only likes Legend of Zelda games. I tried to get her into DD:DA showing that you could make a pretty decent Link, but she didn't really bite. But in Soul Calibur II, she used to waste me over and over again using Link. Dang boomerangs.
I'm still a little traumatized.... --- GT: Blue Cresh / Pawn: Allie (Mage) Alts: 26, what do you need?