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An adventutre RPG where you must learn how to differ dream and reality and how to control it. Take control of Kiyoshi as he explores his hellish dreamscape...
Welcome to Dark Moonlight! An adventure RPG based around a particular young fighter who's trying to undo the damage caused by his father's past-reign of terror in the island of Sasayai.
Posted by RedkixGames on Mar 1st, 2013
Welcome to Dark Moonlight! An adventure RPG based around a particular young fighter who's trying to undo the damage caused by his father's past-reign of terror in the island of Sasayai. Along the way you'll come face-to-face with the evil mastermind behind his father's ways, a man named Kai Ito who has a reason to hate the world. Follow your quest, meeting new friends and love along the way, to uncover your inner being, destroy all evil plaguing Sasayai, and end Kai Ito's terror. Sounds a little bleak, don't you think? Anyways, I've gotten the first few locations finished. You won't really see much action until you reach Port Uso, where the main villain group appears. You fight them(well, mostly their leader) and help some kids escape a prison sentence. Head off to the north and you'll enter the Waterspirit Cave. You are told that the Waterspirit can guide you on your journey, and forth you go. Once you fight your way through a cave full of random fighters who are clearly inferior to you, you'll approach the Waterspirit. She'll tell you some helpful info if you heed to her request in return. She informs you of Kai Ito's second line of defense, a girl named Nati Usuguri, who apparently is the most dangerous person in Sasayai next to Kai Ito himself. After your battle, you'll earn the Water Blessing. Head out the cave and you'll find the true identity behind Nati and how nothing that was said is true. This whole story can't be told in one Dev Log, let alone a manga, so you'll see what I mean later.
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