The world may seem small, but it is what’s inside that expands into eternity. Two samurais bounded by blood travel the world, to see the how this world unfolds its undiscovered mysteries and one of these warriors hold a destiny - a destiny awaiting to be fulfilled. The land they will travel in will lead to many adventures of misfortune and betrayal; they will fight in foreign land, places they never thought existed.
You will step into the boots, wield their sword, and control their fate. Bring them face to face with enemies from another world, creatures who know nothing of fear - immortal beasts. Most of all, they will be fighting themselves, their inner strength and emotions.
In this world trust has long been buried in the soils of treachery. New samurais are born and killed, villages, raided and plundered and an age of a new nation will arise. A nation so dark and ominous will block even heaven’s light.
I must note that the first phase of the scenario is a cutscene, so don't try and win, because you won't.
Also you NEED the language files given to you in order to progress through the game. Additional instructions on how they are used are in game.
v_02// Scenario instructions are altered to give the player a better understanding of the objectives.
v_03// Fixed some copyright issues made on my behalf, and fixed up some dull places. Overall, not much of a change.
What's the sword block trick? And how were you supposed to know what to do with the hoplite?
Nezon File Author
Posted on 04/16/08 @ 10:35 PM
Sorry, I don't get what you mean.
- The sword block trick is the trick used at the emperor's palace where the two guards were 'blocking' the way with their 'pikes'
- When your refering to the hoplite, are you talking about the 'Genin'. I thought I wrote what to do in the scenario instructions, let me look into this ^^
EDIT// Bring the hoplite back to the burning village with Yung.
EDIT2// It seems I read the question wrong, I thought it was quite obvious what to do with the hoplite, since Yung had to return, I guess the Genin (Sword Carrier) had to follow him back to. If you want I could adjust the scenario instructions, but thats up to you.
[Edited on 04/16/08 @ 10:46 PM]
Posted on 04/24/08 @ 02:47 PM
Please do, I don't see how on earth I was supposed to figure that out.