I am the local D&D voodoo man. If you need divination magicks or possibly information like, "the fuck does 3d12+6 mean you fuckhead", or, "what do I roll to romance the abyssal dire bullfrog", you've come to the right place.
I got a quick question, do you known to calculate the energy needed to vaporize the average planets because I think Titan (Shadow Fight)'s First Tier is Higher than just 5-B since he got this statement: can turn worlds to ashes?
Ok so I beat Okage and boy it was amazing, definitely going to play it again. The characters and dialogue is funny as hell. Story is actually very good, it's definitely one of those great but Unknown games. Thanks for recommending it to me. I see what you meant about the grinding, I had to spend time doing that because I nearly got obliterated by later enemies, especially Evil King Big Bull... I hate him along side Phantom Evil King or Epros as he calls himself, however once you know how to beat him it isn't that hard.
I half to say while the verse isn't powerful in regards of AP, it's decently haxed especially at the end with Beiloune and his power of "classification". I had to make a thread about to see what we'd class it as. The only quantifiable feat is Stan's statement that Evil King Chairman gained enough power to "incinerate the building" that they were in. It was an office building with at least 5 floors but I'm not sure what that would come up to. If you could calc it that would be great.
I definitely plan on making profiles for this verse. It's awesome.
now I need to actually replay the game since it has been literally over a decade since I finished it, only made it through 4 kings or so within the past year
Anyways, aside from stuff regarding the wiki I'm glad you liked it. The fact that another person on the wiki enjoyed Dark Cloud/had even heard of it made me think you might like another hidden Playstation 2 gem (and oh how many gems like that there are) that was very similar to Dark Cloud.
Yes, you need a program to pixel scale. There are plenty capable of this to varying degrees (ImageJ and the like) but the best I've found is GIMP. It can be installed for free.
Once on the program, go to File and open up the image you need to scale. Then, in the upper right hand corner, there'll be a small box with an arrow pointing left that will read "configure this tab"- add the colors tab here. Pick a color and choose the paintbrush (and make sure to adjust the size to 1 pixel).
Click on one point and hold ctrl + shift to create a straight line to another point (this also locks it into place, you can stop holding shift to free-roam with the line). At the bottom it will tell you how many pixels are in the line, thus giving you your first measurement. Compare that measurement to whatever you are scaling to. Once done, go to File -> Export and save as an image.