3 years ago Daniel defeated Alexander of Brennenburg and stoped the shadow from devouring him.But little did he know that the Shadow was never actually after him, he was instead helping the Shadow get revenge on Alexander himself.With the castle of Brennenburg gone and the Orbs destroyed the Guardian of the Orb no longer has anywhere to go.The Guardian has been following and protecting Daniel for the past 3 years but it is now in trouble.As The Guardian cannot exist forever outside of the orbs, it must now seek Daniels help to find a new orb, so It can reside back in its realm.But Daniels journey across England and its countryside's will not go unhindered, unbeknownst to Daniel, before Alexander's death he ordered all his servants to group outside the castle and ambush Daniel as he left Brennenburg.Of course Alexander did not anticipate the castle's collapse, leaving his mangled servants in disunity.Despite being scattered and left to their own device, Alexander's servants found Daniel once again. Hot on his heels, the grunts and brutes pursued Daniel through the streets of England and far into the heart of the countryside. Their endeavours eventually bring them to the resting place of the last Orb, a feat only managed with the Shadow's help and protection of Daniel.
From "Harsh" advice I've been given immediatly The rooms in Daniel's house have been shrunk by roughly 40%
Considering making them even smaller.
in an estimated guess level 1 is 37% complete (not including scripting)
2nd level construction begins shortly, The City of London (At least a couple of Streets)
You will be allowed to enter some buildings but it will not be required to progress.
3rd level will be where Daniel makes his final preperations to leave the city.
4th level and on still finaliseing the story.
One boy dreams to make games. This is where I begin.
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