I think boats work the same way.
So, I actually came here after playing Legendary Legend (a long time ago). So far (what little I’ve seen of it) this comic seems interesting, so I may look more carefully later – when I have more data to spare – but as for the thing that directed me here in the first place..perhaps you could, I don’t know, give me a little more information? Regarding Legendary Legend, I mean? The game was kind of a cliffhanger, and purposefully dumb as it was, I’m still rather curious. Something about watching idiots get into and cause more trouble for themselves, I don’t know.
Ha haaa, I didn’t think anyone remembered LL! I’d post it here on the new site, but RPG Maker 2003 just got licensed in the US and I’m not sure if that would cause any conflicts.
Still, I’m very glad you enjoyed it! I honestly didn’t realize anyone had played it until years later, when I visited the RPGMaker site I dumped it on, and found that it had apparently won a Game of the Month at some point.
Ironically, making it led me to the conclusion that teaching myself to draw would be a faster and more straightforward method of telling the stories I wanted to. I’m afraid I’m not planning on continuing LL, for a handful of reasons, mostly involving a lack of free time over the last few years. But some of the themes and character developments have actually inspired parts of this new comic, so I hope you find something to grab your attention if you end up reading this one!
Okay, thanks a bunch for the quick reply. My friend and I had played it years ago, and we remembered it a few days ago after referencing a joke from the game (the bit about the throne being uncomfortable and made of stone) while watching a movie we’ve both seen too many times. That’s why I looked it up. I just wondered what happened next.
RPG Maker licensing is a mess, yeah. The costs for the English versions and even simple image packs for them are basically highway robbery, like many things…they do a lot of that crazy DRM stuff, too. Still, I believe LL itself still available online; there usually aren’t too many issues with games themselves because most of the time – at least for the older ones – you don’t need the maker to play the finished games. At most you just need the RTP files.
Referring to a city, town, ship or vehicle as a she comes from the fact that many of the route languages for English use genders when referring to objects and places. Route languages like French, Latin and German. Although ships in Latin and French are female, while in German they are male.
well, no and no, in German the word “Schiff” (ship) has neutral gram. gender while a specific named ship is always referred to as a female. Yes, even a Bismarck Battleship is a “sie” (she).
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