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Demons attack humans, and humans live in fear of them...
Set off on a journey with a young woman known as 'the savior', to Raglis, far away in the west!

The story features a group of characters who on the surface have nothing in common, heading to Raglis, far away in the west. The group is made up of demons, humans, and half-demons, all with their own objectives, and in the group is a young woman known as 'the savior', whose a mysterious power has awoken...

- A World Populated by Demons and Humans
In a world where demons attack humans, the humans live in daily fear of them.
Raglis, an organization working to help those humans, is preparing to welcome Sania, a young woman with the power to destroy those demons. Sania is known as 'the savior'.
At one point, when Sania's life is in danger from the demons, a young half-demon called Shin suddenly appears, and his help allows Sania to escape. Shin and Sania, and an odd group of characters who on the surface have nothing in common, set out towards Raglis, far away in the west..

- Tactical Battles: Moving and Battle Arts
During battles, both enemies and allies can move around their own battle territory. This tactic is known as 'moving'.
Also, items known as Battle Arts (BTA) can be placed in allied or in enemy territory, and have a wide range of effects.
Enjoy technical and strategic battles by making use of both 'moving' and Battle Arts.

- Soul Arms and Orbs
Each character has a weapon called a Soul Arm. Soul Arms can grow and develop by using Soul Points, which are gained after battles.
Also, by equipping a Soul Arm with an Orb, you become able to use an Occult Art corresponding to that Orb.
Develop and strengthen your weapons to best fit your characters!

- Chances to get rare items, once every 30 minutes!
By using the Hourglass of Fortune, you can bring about bonus encounters, which are a chance to gain rare items, including Atoma Slips.
You can use the Hourglass of Fortune once every 30 minutes, so by checking the app frequently, you might find yourself able to progress through the adventure more smoothly...
By using Atoma Slips, you can purchase Soul Points and special equipment, etc.
You can gain Atoma Slips from bonus encounters and while playing the game normally, but optionally, you can also buy extra Atoma Slips through an in-app purchase.

*This game features some in-app-purchase content. While in-app-purchase content requires additional fees, by no means it is necessary for finishing the game.
*The actual price might differ depending on the region.

(C)2013 KEMCO/Hit-Point
10-02-2014, 12:06 AM
Joined: Apr 2013
Posts: 121
Shameless copycat goes to Gameloft
And the Stale Award goes to kemco. Hands down

10-02-2014, 12:33 AM
Joined: Jul 2012
Posts: 140
I still buy them all...
10-02-2014, 04:47 AM
Joined: Aug 2013
Posts: 120
Grabbing this and will provide early impressions once I have some
10-02-2014, 11:02 PM
Joined: Aug 2013
Posts: 120
Only two hours in already disappointed.

No equipment comparisons, either in shop or from party menu. Seriously. Doesn't even tell you if you own it already.

Very weak story so far.

Only 3/5 party members allowed in battle, and 0 xp/rewards for the two not in battle. I actually can't think of a game that hasn't at least awarded a percentage.

Oh well. I'll keep playing and report more later. Maybe it redeems itself.
10-04-2014, 11:43 PM
Really? I bought it already
10-06-2014, 10:31 AM
Joined: Aug 2013
Posts: 120
It's not bad for four bucks if you like this sort of thing. Which hopefully you do if you bought it so quickly. Here are some positives for you:

* Dialog has some of the best humor I've seen in a Kemco game. I literally burst out laughing at a few lines.
* Characters have a little more nuance than the average game. Not much, but they aren't just the typical archetypes.
* Although you can't compare equipment, this game only has two equippable slots besides accessories. So it's not as much bother as you'd think.
* Although secondary characters don't level up, I have yet to be forced to play with any particular character (apart from once early on when the level difference didn't matter). So you can choose your favorites and safely ignore the rest. (Haven't finished the game yet ... hoping this remains true since I now have a 35 level differential)
* Very forgiving IAP setup. Only items (no plot / bonus) scenarios and the currency is plentiful and effectively infinite. In addition to getting awarded currency during the plot, you get a chance at earning more every 30 minutes.
* Dungeons tend to be interesting and nonlinear. Loops or extensive sections leading just to treasure are not uncommon.

So the game does have redeeming features. But while I'm here, some more negatives:

* The main party menu is not very intuitive. Something as simple as healing your characters outside of battle takes like 7 clicks.
* Game has an auto-battle button, but almost every region has a common enemy that is completely immune to physical damage. So you're pretty much stuck micro-managing combats.
* There are side-quests, but the NPCs aren't called out in any way, and the side quests aren't logged into any menu. So basically you have to talk to everyone and have a good memory.
03-08-2015, 04:50 PM
Joined: Mar 2012
Location: NY, NY
Posts: 990
Anyone know where Gyok's exclusive body armor is? It's probably called Dragontail Armor or Dragontail Robe.
05-27-2016, 10:06 PM
Joined: May 2016
Posts: 10
Originally Posted by Syro View Post
I actually can't think of a game that hasn't at least awarded a percentage.
Um, there are tons..