11 March 2016 - Forum Rules
Started by Rodimus Primal, February 18, 2015, 06:02:26 PM
Quote from: yetisyny on August 04, 2018, 10:12:50 PMAlso there are a WHOLE bunch of places where spells are mentioned during dialogue, spells like Cure, Fire, Blizzard, Meteo, etc. Very often the wrong spell icon is used for them. There are 3 different spell icons in Final Fantasy IV, one for white magic, one for black magic, and one for summons. In most of these cases, the spell icon for summons is used instead of the one for white magic or the one for dark magic, when discussing a magic spell. I have noticed this a TON of times in the dialogue, it would take too long to list them all, it happens about half the time when a magic spell is mentioned. About half the time the correct spell icon IS used though. Anyway I only noticed this problem with white and black magic mentioned in dialogue, in various scenes throughout the game (no problems with summons mentioned in dialogue that I know of). I could try to list each occurrence of this but it would take a long time to go through and find every single time this happens via gameplay, maybe when you open the dialogue in the dialogue editor that you use, it is easier for you to see, I am not sure. Anyway this definitely happens several times that Meteo is discussed although this is not the only spell that the wrong spell icon appears next to in dialogue in the game. And sometimes the correct spell icon is next to Meteo too so it is inconsistent. Pretty much every time this error happens it is the summon icon instead of the white magic or black magic icon, next to the name of a white or black magic spell.
Quote from: vivify93 on August 09, 2018, 12:40:56 PMIt's not the wrong icon. It's the black magic icon, except the color black is seen as transparent in the dialogue boxes. So you'll see the gray and white middle of the black magic icon but the black is green, or blue, or something because it's showing what's behind the dialogue box. The only ways to fix it would be Rodimus removing the black from the blk mgc icon, or eliminating them altogether which would be a tough work
Quote from: Chronosplit on October 04, 2018, 11:12:19 PMWoah, I had no idea the Twin Harp was the beginning of the whisperweed and it wasn't just a DS version thing. That was in FFV and plenty of spinoffs too. It also ended up being a bigger plot point in The After Years, actually using it's properties as something growable (as in, he definitely uses more than one and left a piece around to spy on someone).I'm neutral here, but to tell you the truth as a point of canon in TAY it should probably be changed. But what does the PSP version of TAY call it?
Quote from: Zimgief on October 05, 2018, 02:48:45 AMAre there hidden paths like in the the original, or are they revealed? Could'nt find the info, sorry. :p
Quote from: Digitsie on October 07, 2018, 06:17:37 PMYou used to make tiles with doubled-up letters? Can you do that with Wh, is, er, we, ed?
Quote from: Orochi Kusanagi on October 07, 2018, 08:03:41 PMI think Whisprweed is quite reasonable for a shortening.
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