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Legend of Keepers Free Download Unfitgirl Being the hero is overrated. We’ve been there, done that and bought the mythril armour; for those of us who frequent fantasy video games, it can all begin to get a touch generic after a while. Then comes along a game like Legend of Keepers. Upon reading the title, you’d be forgiven for believing this is going to be a hardy quest for adventurers seeking treasures untold, and in truth, there is treasure. However, unlike other RPGs, you’re guarding that treasure from would-be heroes. That’s right, you’re the bad guy in this scenario. More specifically, you’re the dungeon master, in charge of ensuring that the monsters in your care (we use that term loosely) are up to the task at hand. You can crack the whip, quite literally, as much as you like within this game, but you still need to keep the monsters you’re in charge of happy. As you can likely already tell, Legend of Keepers is a fun indie game that actively pokes fun at the classic tropes of its genre. From the moment it starts and you’re greeted by an orc dressed in a suit and wearing a fetching nametag, you know you’re in for a lighthearted experience. Granted, there’s some blood and death along the way, but this title is by no means gory – its pixelated graphics stop it from ever getting quite that far. Arguably, the aesthetic of this title is part of its charm, which it has in abundance. Its retro-inspired graphics help set the tone for the rest of the experience, and yet, despite the nostalgia trip they take us on there’s plenty of modern depth to discover. UNFITGILR.COM SEXY GAMES
Each of the characters you come across, while only being 2D versions of classic hero tropes we know and love, add a sense of familiarity to the game. As too do the dungeons which you set traps in, perfectly placed for when those foolhardy heroes come a callin’. The scenery is attractive if not awe-inspiring to look at, and while the soundtrack is limited it provides a pleasant backdrop that sets the tone for each round of battles. And yes, there are plenty of battles involved here, though not quite in the epic way you might be anticipating. Given the fact that Legend of Keepers is set up like a tabletop RPG, it shouldn’t surprise anyone to learn that the fighting mechanics are turn-based, letting you relax into a more sedate way of doing things. It does mean that there isn’t instant gratification every time that you might find swinging the sword yourself, but I found my victories to be satisfying, albeit at a steady pace. The tutorial runs you through the basics, which is ideal for those of us that aren’t experienced with turn-based fighting. You’re also able to go back to previous steps in the tutorial if you’ve missed something, or if you feel you need to go through the details one more time. It doesn’t take long before you’re stuck into the meat of the game, though as always, there’s little hints along the way when new aspects of gameplay pop up. For example, once you’ve completed the first dungeon, you’re then introduced to your team management system.
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This part of the game is crucial to success. If you have exhausted monsters with low morale, you’re not going to get very far. Consequently, when you notice some of your team members flagging, make sure to bench them so they can recover for a bit. Within team management, you can also spend coins to improve your team’s stats, however, the cost can be considerable. And, if like me, you get ahead of yourself too early on, you end up without money and therefore unable to properly train your team. The lesson here? Plan. This is a strategy game, after all. For those concerned that the game could start to become repetitive, there’s quite a few different elements to the gameplay, one of which is multiple dungeons to choose from. There’s also unique events that take place. Nevertheless, I did find that I became less interested in the battling and more interested in my team’s morale, the events, and simply working my way up the dungeon master career ladder. For me, the battles became secondary. Yet, due to the significant role they play in the game, they’re unavoidable. As with a lot of turn-based, tabletop RPGs such as this, repetition does eventually set in. That being said, I still think Legend of Keepers has enough variety to it that you don’t get bored too quickly. There’s a lot to do and explore, especially if you want to “complete” the game. You’ve already cleared dungeons, killed their end bosses, and stolen the loot uncountable times. Maybe you have even managed to run a dungeon as a keeper of sorts. Sheltered 2
But how about running a dungeon as a business; a business that wants to attract adventures to die? Then you need to play Legend of Keepers. Damn, this is where I usually put my plot paragraph, but that’s basically it. All the dungeons in the fantasy world of Legend of Keepers are run by a corporation staffed with literal (and not metaphorical, like in real life) monsters. You are a manager of a dungeon, which makes you the end boss. It’s your job to populate a linear dungeon with traps and monsters to kill or scare away groups of adventurers. Instead of a singular campaign, Legend of Keepers allows you to choose your dungeon master. Each of the three has their own, small five-run campaign. Every master also comes with their own skill tree, attacks, powers, and a single, specific room upgrade. They also have what is essentially a specific monster type. For example, Maug the (centaur) Slavemaster controls all sorts of orcs and goblins, while the Enchantress (a tree spirit-woman) gets elementals. These rosters are then boosted by skeletons and demons. The real meat of Legend of Keepers is the active dungeon defense. Your dungeon is made up of rooms connected in a straight line: two for your monsters (up to three per), two for traps, one for your spells, and one for you. Your room is always the last, but the rest have their places scrambled every time and no two rooms ever go in a row. But these are the basics, and later you’ll unlock more types of rooms.
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In monster rooms you place up to three monsters and decide their place in line: back, middle, or front — as seen in Darkest Dungeon and Monster Train. You get up to six monsters to choose from per room, that is if you did well in the management portion of Legend of Keepers. You want to have the best mix of monsters for the room, as resistances are key to understanding the game. Besides HP, morale, speed, and power (the most abstract of stats), each monster and adventurer has five resistance stats: flame, ice, armor, nature, and air. Guess what? Attacks are also keyed to same elements (and morale) for their attack type. So your first task is to determine what damage the adventurers deal (and to which spot in the line), and to place your monster accordingly. And if those monsters deal damage that the heroes are susceptible to, that’s just peachy! Heroes in Legend of Keepers are individually a lot more powerful than monsters. A vast majority of the time, they can take out your employees in two or three hits. More often than not, your first room will get wiped out. Quite a few times it will come down to you — as the final boss — to personally destroy the pesky humans. Fail and you die, which means restarting the chapter. You have to play it smart to overcome heroes, their resistances, and their powers. Luckily for you, as heroes have attacks, skills, and passives, so do your monsters. Each has an attack and two more slots for either attacks or powers that get unlocked (in a predetermined manner, so you don’t have to think about it too much) as you level them up during management. Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter Switch NSP
You need to manage it so that the monster powers combo well, not only for dishing out straight-up killing power, but also for comboing with the abilities of other monsters. Naturally, like in any game like this, you can impose states on heroes (and they can impose them to you). States reading 90% are easy to understand; they either make an enemy weaker against a damage type, or deal damage over time (DoT). An important thing to understand about DoT stacks is that they are not only a timer, but also a multiplier of how much damage a stack does. Go beyond those simple types, and then you’ll get into fun stuff like certain attacks ricocheting to heroes who have negative resistances to certain elements, or being more effective if the target is already suffering from a specific state. There’s also the cyborg walker that attacks, and if the enemy is under 50% morale, attacks again. Speaking of morale, it was already a thing in the Early Access version of Legend of Keepers, but it was mostly like an alternate HP track. Trouble is, you basically had to specialize in morale or HP damage. And since morale attacks were much rarer, well, the choice was obvious. Now, hero morale can drop from their friends dying or running it away. As it depletes, the heroes take more damage — up to 75% more if they’re down to their last segment. This makes comboing morale and regular damage monsters a lot more important. But that’s already going too deep into the weeds of Legend of Keepers’ combat mechanics.
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We’ve barely even touched management. In this game, campaign chapter is split into weeks — 43 of them, in total. Each week, you get to choose one of two or three activities. Some weeks are dedicated to dungeon combat, in which case you can choose one of three groups of adventures to face, weighting their rewards versus group difficulty. You always see what the upcoming two or three weeks will bring. The weekly activities could be stuff like buying monsters and traps (thankfully, the merchant deals in both), upgrading your monsters or traps (regrettably, not at the same time), visiting the doctor as the dungeon keeper (when your natural regeneration doesn’t help), empowering your boss, and more. The best events in Legend of Keepers stem from its random nature. The choice literally named “Event” can be anything, from an unexpected windfall, to a business proposition, to some complications at the workplace that require either an investment of capital, taking some penalty for no benefit. They’re always a fun choice, because unlike with purchases or training, you don’t potentially don’t need money to get anything good (until you do). And you might even get earnings if you take them up, so it’s always a more lucrative choice than just wasting a week. ‘Pillaging’ takes a few of your active monsters and gives you one of three quests to choose for them. Each quest will have different chances to negatively impact one or more of your monsters for guaranteed (though not always) chance to gain riches, monsters, or artifacts (these have meta effects in the dungeon). Shin Megami Tensei III NOCTURNE HD REMASTER Switch NSP
‘Business trip’ is a more stable version of Pillaging: three choices, each affecting a monster, but you always know what you’ll be getting and how long will your employee be out of action there’s a way! Events aren’t the only things that can take out your workers in Legend of Keepers. Sure, heroes will kill them in the dungeons, but the benefit of working for literal company for monsters is that necromancers raise them back up for free. Still, getting brutally murdered puts a damper on the mood, so each death will sap your monster’s morale. If it goes out, a monster will suffer a breakdown and become unavailable for a time. To avoid breakdown, you put monsters that are feeling close to snapping into reserve. This rotation of forces is an important part of the game. You never start the chapter with a full 12 (you know, six per room), and I don’t think I’ve ever had more than 16 monsters at a time — and that’s with me having gotten some experience during Early Access. You’ll have to think hard about the mix of monsters you’ll be bringing to the field. This, as well as you never knowing what heroes you’ll face (and the chance that the group will have a wizard that switches monsters around randomly at the start of the fight), prevents easy access to One True Strategy, which is always a good thing. No open office nonsense here Legend of Keepers is also a beautiful game.
It’s rendered gorgeously in splendid pixel art, with evocative backgrounds, unit sprites loaded with character, and gruesome deaths. The interface isn’t bad either. At the same time, I should mention that Legend of Keepers is a humorous game. When presenting a setting where a monster corporation is running all of the dungeons, it has to be. And most of the time, it’s adequately funny, though the jokes do get repetitive due to the repetitive nature of the game. Overall, I’ve definitely seen worse. I’ve definitely heard worse as well. The most iconic sound of the game is definitely the evil laughter accompanying your embarkation on a new dungeon defense, but the rest is neat as well. After all, gory pixel art is only half the battle. You need fitting audio as well, and Legend of Keepers delivers. Legend of Keepers is a game that’s a lot smoother than its title. Seriously, I had written the whole review for “Legend of Keeper” before catching my mistake in editing. The art is fantastic, the writing is fitting, and the repetition might be repetitive, but not too much so. The campaign format leaves the doors wide open for future DLC, and the game already has mod support. But it’s too bad that some modders (the ones not porting Heroes of Might and Magic III models) are only interested in putting more anime waifus into the game.
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OS: Windows 7
Processor: Core i3 or equivalent
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: DirectX 11 and/or OpenGL 3.3 compatible video card
Storage: 1 GB available space
Sound Card: Any
Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
OS: Windows 10
Processor: Core i5 or equivalent
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: DirectX 11 and/or OpenGL 3.3 compatible video card
Storage: 1 GB available space
Sound Card: Any
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- Open the Start menu (Windows ‘flag’ button) in the bottom left corner of the screen.
- At the bottom of the Start menu, type Folder Options into the Search box, then press the Enter key.
- Click on the View tab at the top of the Folder Options window and check the option to Show hidden files and folders (in Windows 11, this option is called Show hidden files, folders, and drives).
- Click Apply then OK.
- Return to the Start menu and select Computer, then double click Local Disk (C:), and then open the Program Files folder. On some systems, this folder is called ‘Program Files(x86)’.
- In the Program Files folder, find and open the folder for your game.
- In the game’s folder, locate the executable (.exe) file for the game–this is a faded icon with the game’s title.
- Right-click on this file, select Properties, and then click the Compatibility tab at the top of the Properties window.
- Check the Run this program as an administrator box in the Privilege Level section. Click Apply then OK.
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