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Destiny of an Emperor 2.0 v. 1.1
Download Version 1.1
Official Home Page: Destiny of an Emperor 2.0
Playing and Testing This Release
Welcome to the first major revision of Destiny of an Emperor 2.0. The planned adjustments have been made across the whole game and steps have been taken to improve game balance and enjoyability. Still, if you are interested, feedback about your experience form start to finish of the game would be highly appreciated. If an area is too easy or too hard, please tell me about it. Can you think of any additional measures that might be taken to improve the experience? Please share them! I'm planning to make one more final revision once I've had enough feedback from people.
Destiny of an Emperor 2.0 version 1.1 features major changes across the game. We break from the traditional Destiny of an Emperor platform by adjusting the role played by weapons, tactics, and officers. Your party now has access to more powerful allies (especially later in the game), a greater variety in tacticians for new battle strategies and cheaper access to the most powerful damage tactics. On the other hand, level progression has been altered to restore game balance. Due to this, enemy armor and soldier levels have been dropped in many areas, making battle less chaotic. For a more detailed list of what has been changed see below. Oh, and let's not forget some new surprises, and, now truly a part of the game, Wang the Tiger!
- Weapon Attack Power Adjustments
- Tactics Learned and Stored Differently
- More Than Two End-of-Game Tactic Strategies
- Greater Differences Between Strategists
- A Greater Assortment of End-Game Allies
- Tactic Costs Adjusted (Fire and Water Tactics More Accessible)
- New Enemies, New Battle Surprises!
- Level Progression Adjustments
- Enemy Soldier and AC Adjustments
- New Game Balance Adjustments and Challenges
- Wang the Tiger!
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Sima Yi: Final Battle
I’ve decided to do it from the end to the beginning, making each battle harder or more interesting in some way. I’ve taken out many fake officers (though the likes of Song Yong, Song Ren, Yang Jin, Huo Hu; they’ll never be removed) or useless officers and replaced them with other interesting characters from history. So far, I’ve managed to do it without abbreviating any times, though sometimes that involves shuffling more than a few officers around in a stage.
I’m also going to include plenty of goodies!
How many people have played Destiny of an Emperor? How many would be interested in changing anything they encountered in the game? This is everyone’s chance to contribute thoughts on the matter as I’m basically going to try to make this as fun as possible for any who are up to the challenge.