Fun stuff!

#31rapierdragonPosted 10/6/2009 8:12:28 PM
Anyways, I'll try to find the remaining gold-gem codes and stats.

Anyone here mind picking up and putting together a FAQ with all the stats I've put up? I'd do it myself but there's no FAQ's tab for this game and I've never done a FAQ before.

Besides, there's still a lot to put in... well, maybe not, since the game is really straight-forward and a walkthrough isn't really needed. More like just stats and battle tactics and story and how to change your dragon's appearance.


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Attempting to use spoiler thing to hide the ending

skip over if you don't want to know.

You've been more than fairly warned.

(not like there's much to it anyway)

[spoiler]

After playing through as each of 4 dragons (4 realms x 3 maps per realm x 4 dragons = 28 maps needed to be played) it will show a movie with the selection screen, but this time each of the 4 paths will have a large monolith type stone with glowing-symbol on it the way of the portal.
The "Great Lord" appears (from the intro battle, the supposed "last light dragon") and he says there is only one step left before you can take over his position as "Great Lord of All Dragons", and that is to fight and defeat him in combat.
Winning the battle gives the usual finishing speech along the lines of "now I can leave this world and rest in peace, knowing that its future is safe in your hands" (shouldn't that say claws or paws?).
Anyway, there's little beyond that other than the credits scrolling by.
Is it just me or was the ending just a tad bit on the sucky side?
I would have liked the final "Great Dragon Lord of Light" dragon tell you that now you must find the legendary gold gems and send you off to some gold realm with a 5th "gold dragon" you can configure, leading up to a battle with the "Great Dragon Lord of Darkness"... a kind of mastermind behind the evil dragons.

[/spoiler]
#32rapierdragonPosted 10/6/2009 9:26:25 PM
Seems I made a fairly big mistake in teh charts... gems report different values depending on which dragon is equipping them.

So Ice Wing 5 on Ice Dragon gives 4.5 damage, but Ice Wing 5 on Wind Dragon gives 4.0 Damage...

Will rebuild the comparison chart so that its "as per the correct dragon" for each gem.

So red-gem stats are as when viewed when equipped on a fire-red dragon, but blue gem stats are as viewed on an ice-blue dragon.

Looks like in general if a dragon uses a gem of the the wrong color (fire dragon uses ice gem, etc) that the "damage rating" drops by roughly 0.5 to 1.0, depending on the strengths of the dragon.

Rule of thumb: gem damage rating is 0.5 weaker if equipped on wrong dragon, and an additional 0.5 weaker if the dragon is the polar opposite of the gem's natural element. This does not apply to gold gems which always have the same damage rating regardless of what element the dragon is.

Fire and Ice are opposites
Wind and Earth are opposites

(or in chart form... find the dragon, find the gem, then you know how much weaker the gem will act)

...............Fire.......Ice......Earth....Wind.....gold.....gem's element
Fire........0.0.......-1.0.....-0.5.......-0.5.......0.0
Ice.........-1.0.......0.0.....-0.5........-0.5......0.0
Earth.....-0.5......-0.5......0.0........-1.0......0.0
Wind......-0.5.....-0.5.....-1.0.........0.0.......0.0
....
dragon's
element


=== corrected gem stats comparison chart ===

Claw Attack Damage
Dirga .. Fire .... Ice ..... Green .. Yellow ... Gold
1 .......... 1.5 ..... 1.0 ..... 1.0 ........ 1.0 ......... 1.5
2 .......... 2.0 ..... 1.5 ..... 1.5 ........ 1.5 ......... ?.?
3 .......... 2.5 ..... 2.5 ..... 2.5 ........ 2.0 ......... 2.5
4 .......... 3.0 ..... 3.0 ..... 3.0 ........ 2.5 ......... ?.?
5 .......... 3.5 ..... 3.5 ..... 3.5 ........ 3.0 ......... ?.?

Head Attack Damage
Dirga .. Fire .... Ice ..... Green .. Yellow ... Gold
1 .......... 1.0 ..... 1.5 ..... 0.5 ........ 1.0 ......... 1.0
2 .......... 1.5 ..... 2.5 ..... 1.0 ........ 1.5 ......... 2.0
3 .......... 2.5 ..... 3.0 ..... 1.5 ........ 2.5 ......... x
4 .......... 3.0 ..... 3.5 ..... 2.5 ........ 3.0 ......... x
5 .......... 3.5 ..... 4.0 ..... 3.0 ........ 3.5 ......... x

Tail Attack Damage
Dirga .. Fire .... Ice ..... Green .. Yellow ... Gold
1 .......... 1.0 ..... 1.0 ..... 1.5 ........ 0.5 ......... 1.5
2 .......... 1.5 ..... 1.0 ..... 2.5 ........ 2.0 ......... 2.0
3 .......... 2.5 ..... 1.5 ..... 3.0 ........ 2.5 ......... 2.5
4 .......... 3.0 ..... 2.5 ..... 3.5 ........ 3.0 ......... ?.?
5 .......... 3.5 ..... 3.0 ..... 4.0 ........ 3.5 ......... ?.?

Breath Attack Damage
Dirga .. Fire .... Ice ..... Green .. Yellow ... Gold
1 .......... 3.0 ..... 2.5 ..... 2.5 ........ 2.5 ......... 3.5
2 .......... 3.5 ..... 3.5 ..... 3.0 ........ 3.0 ......... 4.0
3 .......... 4.5 ..... 4.0 ..... 3.5 ........ 3.5 ......... 4.5
4 .......... 4.5 ..... 4.5 ..... 4.0 ........ 4.0 ......... ?.?
5 .......... 5.0 ..... 5.0 ..... 4.5 ........ 4.5 ......... ?.?

Wing Attack Damage
Dirga .. Fire .... Ice ..... Green .. Yellow ... Gold
1 .......... 2.5 ..... 2.5 ..... 2.5 ........ 3.0 ......... 3.5
2 .......... 3.0 ..... 3.0 ..... 3.5 ........ 3.5 ......... 4.0
3 .......... 3.5 ..... 3.5 ..... 4.0 ........ 4.5 ......... 4.5
4 .......... 4.0 ..... 4.0 ..... 4.5 ........ 4.5 ......... ?.?
5 .......... 4.5 ..... 4.5 ..... 5.0 ........ 5.0 ......... ?.?
#33rapierdragonPosted 10/6/2009 9:50:44 PM
oh and I managed to work out which known 3 gems (that were missing codes) matched those 3 codes I didn't have stats for, so here's the updated list (deleting teh "dirga cost" line... for Claw/Head/Tail the dirga and attack level are the same. For Breath and Wing, the dirga cost is always 5.

It may well be that there are no lvl 4 or lvl 5 gold gems. I mean really, the possibly super rare lvl 4 gold gems (if they exist) are already looking to be at the max-hit damage rate of 5.0, so unless a lvl 5 gold gem does something above and beyond 5.0 damage rate (like a 5.5 or a 6.0 damage rate) chances are there are no lvl 5 gold gems.

(but it would be so cool... lvl 5 gold breath/wing... one hit kill?)

-Claw Gold Gems
(square gem shape)

USUD
Claw Attack Lvl 1
Code: NAKF HLAP SDSP
Damage rate: 1.5

?
Claw Attack Lvl 2
Code:
Damage rate: ?

Nighzu
Claw Attack Lvl 3
Code: POZX MJDR GJSA
Damage rate: 2.5

?
Claw Attack Lvl 4
Code:
Damage rate: ?

?
Claw Attack Lvl 5
Code:
Damage rate: ?

-Head Gold Gems
("gem" shaped gems)

Men
Head Attack Lvl 1
Code: PQTM AONV UTNA
Damage rate: 1

Saghmen
Head Attack Lvl 2
Code: TNAP CTJS LDUF
Damage rate: 2

?
Head Attack Lvl 3
Code:
Damage rate: ?

?
Head Attack Lvl 4
Code:
Damage rate: ?

?
Head Attack Lvl 5
Code:
Damage rate: ?


-Tail Gold Gems
(hex shaped gems)

A'ASH
Tail Attack Lvl 1
Code: LSSN GOAJ READ
Damage rate: 1.5

ASH
Tail Attack Lvl 2
Code: FUTY HVNS LNVS
Damage rate: 2

Ash Sar
Tail Attack Lvl 3
Code: LPAQ KOYH TGDS
Damage rate: 2.5

?
Tail Attack Lvl 4
Code:
Damage rate: ?

?
Tail Attack Lvl 5
Code:
Damage rate: ?

-Breath Weapon Gold Gems
(triangle shaped gems)

NAMGILIMA
Breath Attack Lvl 1
Code: ISAM SKNF DKTD
Damage rate: 3.5

NIGHHALAMA
Breath Attack Lvl 2
Code: ZNBN QOKS THGO
Damage rate: 4

Kugdim
Breath Attack Lvl 3
Code: AWBF CRSL HGAT
Damage rate: 4.5

?
Breath Attack Lvl 4
Code:
Damage rate: ?

?
Breath Attack Lvl 5
Code:
Damage rate: ?


-Wing Gold Gems
(diamond shape... square rotated by 45 deg)

NIM
Wing Attack Lvl 1
Code: SGHJ VLPO QEIK
Damage rate: 3.5

NIMSAHARA
Wing Attack Lvl 2
Code: QPLA OKFC NBUS
Damage rate: 4

Barash
Wing Attack Lvl 3
Code: IQUW ENPC SRGA
Damage rate: 4.5

?
Wing Attack Lvl 4
Code:
Damage rate: ?

?
Wing Attack Lvl 5
Code:
Damage rate: ?
#34lizard81288Posted 10/7/2009 9:23:31 AM
Search around! :D
There's a fix.
It's buggy for the first level. But if you can get through it, the game plays smoothly.
Also Dinosaurs was rock :/


yeah i just had to download a loader and it works.

i have only played a level, but this game seems really easy, like all you need to do is just attack and you win.
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#35MoonMan22Posted 10/8/2009 9:17:04 AM

BTW

4x4x 3 = 48

#36grangiaPosted 10/8/2009 4:43:56 PM
"i have only played a level, but this game seems really easy, like all you need to do is just attack and you win."

Eh, I'd call it moderate. After a while, enemies can really start damaging you if you let your guard down.
Also, by the 2nd map they started dodging and guarding decently.
But It's not hardcore at least! :D

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#37Great_RedipsPosted 10/11/2009 12:07:59 PM
I just got the game today and I think it's pretty good. The battles get a bit repetitive after a while, but otherwise it's very good. I definitely would recommend it. Especially to other dragon fans.
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