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Now every fourth ranked synthesis Item will require a Zozi to reduce player from getting too many powerful items at early chapters. Now each STR gives 20 health instead of Now each INT gives 10 mana instead of Chapter 4 Wisps are now easier to catch Black merchant can only be seen between to o'clock.
Fixed Instant Slash Fixed Power Heal Fixes and small changes all around the campaign Added new ability for Phodom: Power Heal.
I made some changes to items Cripple Triple Axe, Tera Ring Fixed Meditate. Fixed Instant Slash. Fixed boss archievements.
I removed Berserk Combat King because I relised it can't be fixed If you have ideas for high tier physical Combat King enter the competition. Elite and Epic quests are from now on counted as optional quests also.
Rearranged ability positions and hotkeys. Now categories goes like in this order: Single Z , Aoe X , Heal C and Element V. Special S and Ultimate D abilities stay where they were before.
Rebalanced ability damages. Fixed bugs from chapter 5 Elite Boss over half of his moves were not enabled. Remade chapter 5 Vampire Lord battle.
Remade chapter 6 Xada second battle. Removed a lot of useless things around the campaign. And fixed a lot of minor bugs around the campaign. Fixed combat king load bug from Fradz and Galeoth.
Fixed Combat King Bug Fixed a lot of other bugs. Fixed shovel bug. Chapter 7 is now opened. Boss points are now removed from the game.
You can still change your Boss points to Honor points by writing this code: "-change". Remade all item, ability, spell, esper and all other descriptions: they are now shorter and easier to read.
There is only fire, ice, and lightning spells now. Improved multiboard by a lot, added some new stats to it also. Added new combat kings and new spells.
Combat Kings now only go up to level 5. Added some more tactical meaning to the battle: some abilities can do or use buffs called Brittle, Stagger, and Bleed.
For example some other abilities can use these buffs to deal increased damage. Now Special abilities will increase by every level instead of every fifth level.
All professionals are now universal. Once again, more items. New Spell System: Instead of spell books you can easily use spells from left corner just like potions.
The file size is now bigger because I imported some resources to the campaign. The expected file size in the end will be about mb to mb.
I hope the file size won't be a problem. New balanced attack and armor types: Sharp, Blunt, Magic, Light, Medium, Heavy, Sturdy and Elemental.
Now some enemies are categorized as Summoned, Undead, Drgon and Monster. Some items and abilities can do extra effects to them.
Now enemies won't do their abilities while stunned. The campaign is now optimized and protected. All thanks to Shadow Daemon for creating the awesome "campaign optimizator" program".
Fixed some bugs. New Steal System. Most of the item descriptions are updated. Some of the items are remade. Upgraded Lucky Boxes and put new unique items.
And a lot of bug fixes. Fixed a starting bug from chapter 3. It should now work properly. Added proper descriptions to the difficulties.
Removed some test items from chapter 1 beginning. Chapter 6 is now opened. Now Item Sets have own unique icons.
Honor Shop Disabled. Remade Esper System. Remade Summon System. Remade some of the spell book spells. Chapter item descriptions to easier to read.
Now there are only two magical balls instead of three. Also now they give solid magic bonus instead of percent. Removed Phodom's speciality that gives plus one Dig Power every 10th level.
Also changed Professions bonuses. Some of the spell book spells are remade and balanced such as first Fire Spell.
Added Game Panel where you can for example eat food, move your boxes and cast espers. And many, many other changes. Once again so many changes I simply cannot remember everything.
Restore Panel fixed. Fixed vitality system. Six new Galeoth abilities: Chill of the Frost Master, Frozen Storm, Icy Barrage, Inner Light, Mesmerizing Ice Crystal and Piercing Shard.
Combat Kings are remade. All high tier combat kings aren't remade yet. After every cinematic units you had selected before will be selected for you automatically.
Now quests will give experience like before. Fixed chapter 5 ending. Chapter 1 Boss, Chapter 1 Elite Boss, Chapter 3 Boss and Chapter 3 Elite Boss battles are now improved.
Fixed Code Puzzle. Fixed Kaza Leader Dialog. Remade Chapter 5 Elite Boss Fight and fixed few problems of it.
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It sounds like a fun book. Five teenagers defeated the Dark One - and that's all there was to it. They were beloved worldwide, seen as idols, when in reality they just wanted to go back to somewhat normal lives after the trauma that came with saving the world.
It's true so many series wrap things up in a neat bow. Your It's no surprise that the blurb of this book mentions Roth is the author of the Divergent series because there's nothing else really noteworthy about it.
Your favourite ship probably got married, someone mildly important probably died. This book is an the continuation of What Happens After - basically the Harry Potter epilogue plus depression and minus the happy family.
It's such a good idea, I was wondering why I hadn't seen it done before. Then I read this and it quickly became clear why.
Sloane, our main character, was definitely interesting. Since defeating the Dark One, she's plagued with PTSD and panic attacks. Unlike two of her teammates, who have become social media stars, she's paranoid and trapped in the past.
She is the example of what this book was going for, the gritty reality of dealing with something that tremendous. But what the book was aiming for, it didn't achieve.
The most off-putting thing of the book was how unsure of its tone it was. It's been marketed as NA, which a slew of YA authors are turning to now but it really didn't warrant it.
The book sounds like YA, is written like YA. Our twenty-somethings still walk, talk and act like teenagers and here's the tricky part - maybe it's because they've suffered so much and they've never had a chance to grow up so they're stuck that way - or maybe it's because Roth typically writes YA and characters with quips and angst are much easier to sell than worn out adults.
It didn't help so much of this book dragged. And when it gets interesting, the tone flips! It goes from at least trying to be realistic to cheesy and running amok with YA tropes.
And, it's oh so pretentious. Roth tried to explore the aftermath, and that means dissing her own choices. Like the Dark One being called the Dark One or villainous monologues.
If this is supposed to be the "real world", these things would've never happened! The book smugly brushes off tropes, while being filled with tropes itself.
It's why I was left utterly confused by a lot of it. What exactly was Roth trying to say if she undoes her messages at other times?
To summarise it, the book starts off as what I conceived it to be about. Five, trauma ridden adults trying to move on with their lives after saving the world.
Then the middle chunk just blends together as NA and YA, and from there you could pretty much call it YA.
When Part 2 happens, it definitely picks up, but I think my biggest realisation, was why would I be interested in this story?
Like I said, it sounds cool on paper, but the reason why we want to read the "What Happens After" is because we've followed those characters for years and love them.
Here, the endless, miserable internal monologue proved uninteresting because Sloane and her teammates journey was foreign to me. For example, I want to know what happens after The Deathly Hallows because I love Harry Potter and the world he lives in no, The Cursed Child does not exist.
But here, I had no attachment and when the chemistry and action picks up, by then it was too late. The book was too mind-numbing and forgettable before that and nothing invested me in staying with it.
After the raging dumpster fire that was Allegiant, I'm afraid to read this. But also I kinda want to?? I guess we'll see. View all 3 comments.
Can I give it stars? Because that's how many it deserves. That it's gonna Can I give it stars? That it's gonna be something unique, great, special?
That, from cover to cover, it will change you? That is exactly what happened with this book. I saw it first months and moths before it was ever published and I knew that I was gonna love it.
I just had this primal feeling about it. I was, however, not ready to just how deep it went. One thing that just keeps impressing me is the way Roth's writing keeps improving with every book she writes.
The beautifully deep and resourceful way she wrote Chosen Ones is just down-right breathtaking and stunning. Every single detail of it was like falling in love all over again.
From the characters to the worldbuilding and the deep, intense, food-for-thought details that littered it. About the rage that changes you.
I mean, YA fantasy does it quite a bit and after a while, it loses its impact. I don't hate it or anything, it just doesn't have the same impact anymore.
Regardless, Roth's spin in the story, starting 10 years after the chosen ones won, was certainly a most intriguing concept.
She handled it masterfully and with all the deep emotional trauma you would have expected and wanted for such a topic.
The main pull for me was exactly that, the emotional drama that I would enjoy. It's just something I enjoy quite a lot.
It delivered it way better than anything I could have thought. Maturely and realistically and layered. After all, what's more difficult, winning against the big bad or living after everything is done?
Is life just perfect after surviving one trial? Seen from multiple perspectives we can see many sides of the same story.
How, after all, the children grow up, go on after, but they can never be the same as they once were, and what it all entails.
She knew the device, and the device knew her. The ones that blew me away and filled me with wonder and awe and magic. The unexpected ones that were sweeter than honey.
It's not just a deeply emotional book full of layers and heart and rawness that is driven by the characters. No, it is also wickedly smart and well built.
Seriously, this is something that I probably liked even more than I did everything I was expecting. The dashes of philosophical questions and propositions that made me stop dead on my tracks and re-read and re-read until I could fully understand the magnitude of everything.
The sociological conundrums that drove a bigger force forward and shaped everything. The softly springled physics and quantum sciences that made me go wild in a most sensible way.
I was expecting something dramatic and heartbreaking but ended up getting something that was much more. Something that ran deep and dug, dug, dug, and expanded and built up, up, up until it felt vast and otherwordly.
Until it was stuck in my bones as much as it was stuck in my heart. Even the dark things of this world are Chosen. With so many layers and shades and sides that you just kept peeling away.
All so natural and with a connection that ran deeper than everything they went through together. My favorite, of course, was Sloane.
She is just the most badass and straightforward person and I love her hard edges and fierce sharpness. Every time, it was a delight to see her acting and, just, thinking.
She is all the things that you're probably not supposed to be but that are important and necessary to acknowledge. Don't take me wrong, each and every one of the characters in the cast is so incredibly interesting and intriguing and I loved them all in different ways and for vastly different reasons.
But none of them will quite hold a candle to my girl Sloane. I'm pretty sure she moved to one of my favorite-female-characters slots and I'm really glad.
The book is NOT character-driven. It has a lot of plot and things going on for it, but they do influence it quite heavily and take a lot of the weight on themselves.
But perhaps there has always been a supranormal force, a little understood energy, that intrudes upon our world. Sometimes, it is all about the way you present the information you are offering and how you deliver the news.
Roth found just the perfect way to do it that would fit in her story to enhance and amplify every single detail. That would add dept and mystery and be the perfect way to clarify and drop clues through the book.
The little experts from those Top Security Transcripts kept me on my toes at the same time that it woke my inner detective.
Sure, she could have given the same information in about a dozen other ways but they would have never been right for the story.
And they really do just steal all the attention. I cannot imagine how difficult and fun it must have been to piece them together in the right order, but I must say that I LIVED for the moments when one appeared - and there are quite a lot of them sprinkled through the book - and impart its wisdom and mystery upon me.
There were so many moments when all I could do was stop dead in my tracks and rewind because I DID NOT SEE THAT COMING and I was just too shocked to function for a while.
Because I needed to piece something together and verify that the information my brain had so helpfully stored up, was correct and straight.
Because I was been stripped down and built back up with every word and with every twist. So, when the end came, I was ready to confront it with everything I had.
Which turned out to be slightly off but mostly spot on. It was incredibly satisfying and jaw-dropping even though I already kind of knew what was gonna have to happen.
It delivered into everything with force and made it even more epic and layered and complex that I dared hope it would be. We always do.
How important it is. How unbreakable and immortal it is. It delivered in every and gave me about a thousand percent more than I expected.
It didn't give me any other option more than to love it wildly and fiercely. It was fated in the stars and it had to happen. Seeing everything that still needs to happen in the next book is something that has me really intrigued and excited.
I can only assume that Roth will create another masterpiece that will amaze me and that it will be even better than this one - if patterns hold up.
I REPEAT IT'LL CONTAIN SPOILERS. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED. Better or worse. Fierce and strong-willed, Sloane, is positively the most interesting person to be telling us this story.
Shaped by the cruelty of the world from a young age she has not been able to completely out-run the cruelty and darkness inside her soul. I love her completely unapologetic nature and blunt personality.
The revelation that cruelty and kindness can co-exist was the most satisfying driving force she could have offered us.
Cocky and confident, kind and passionate, loyal, and ruthless; he will do what needs to be done to fulfill his fate.
The most powerful magic user to date. Formed by the losses and betrayals of his youth he is one of the most interesting characters.
He always tries to do the right thing. Driven and trying to see the best in everyone, he can be a bit condescending and idealistic, blinding himself to reality and what is right in front of him.
Ultimately, he is loyal and loves his family and will work for everything he wants in life. Has an impeccable sense of fashion and a capacity to adapt that serves her well.
She may be rough but she will always have your back. He deserved better than he got. One moment of braveness can change the course of history forever.
His death after a life of struggles was the saddest thing that happened. He is a true inspiration. I feel a bit bad for her since she missed most of the book, but I really liked what little I saw.
Driven by his ambition and ego he traded a world for eternity; and eternity for death. Manipulative and ready to do what she must to protect her world.
She sells her soul to the devil — not literally — in order to keep everyone alive. I cannot believe that she ever wanted anything other than to survive and save her world… even if she went about it in all the wrong ways cornered by terrible circumstances.
No one. Sybil has a lot of spunk and sass and a very unapologetic nature that is most delightful to witness. Layered and caring. He cared about his wards at the same time that he was ready to make them do what was needed.
Can love and duty mingle and co-exist? A great friend, one that is to be cherished, and a good soldier. She knew when to follow orders, when to advise, and when to set straight.
Her love and friendship of Mox were truly beautiful and heartbreaking. Some things are worth giving your life for, and your afterlife as well.
I don't have words enough right now to even express myself other than unintelligible sounds of pain and awe and anxiety.
My brain is mush. I love it so much. One thing I'm completely sure about is that this one is already in my favorites shelf. I've literally waited months on end to be able to pick it up - thank you delivery system in the middle of a pandemic - and add to that the months of anxious waiting before it was published To say I'm excited is not saying enough.
I'm pumped, thrilled, ecstatic, and beyond words to be able to finally get into a book that promises to be dark and mess with my mind and confuse me in all the best ways.
And if it also has a really nice soin to the chosen one trope, well, that is just the bait I need.
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