Knight of the Earthends

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Shilka says:
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A Short and Fun RPG w/some Interesting Plot Twists

Gameplay: Knight of the Earthends is near-full screen on newer Android phones (the same can’t be said for a lot of older Kemco RPG’s though,) and the game does not have any IAP stuff in it nor does it feature any IAP paywalled content like most newer Kemco RPG’s have. Unfortunately KotE is very, very linear w/the optional content only available after you finish the game and load your cleared save file back up. This game also features a mini-map that can be pulled up w/the map button at any time in a dungeon which helps dungeon navigation out quite a lot here.
Controls: Despite this being an older Kemco game it actually controlled quite well on my phone compared to some other older Kemco RPG’s I’d played on it (looking at you, Blood of Calamity and Chrome Wolf.)
Story: Knight of the Earthends stars a female knight named Reiya who is tasked to test out an experimental golem named Raud on a field mission when she runs into a horned girl named Yuinika. From this point, plot twists abound until you get to the very short and abrupt end, which comes in less than 11 hours of playtime. The story is pretty interesting and kept me engaged with the game throughout it’s short playtime.
Battle (and Skill) System: Battles are your usual turn-based Kemco RPG fare, and your 3 party members all have unique ways of fighting in battles. Reiya has customizable sword arts which are customizable for up to 3 individual art combinations, and she learns her arts via books that are dropped from certain bosses, chests and buying from shops. Raud strengthens up by buying and upgrading his skills/stats/weapons/armor at the golem workshops, and depending on weapon type he has equipped (Physical, Magic, or General Purpose) he can use only physical or magic based skills in a battle, or both if you have a General Purpose weapon equipped on him. Raud also has different attack modes w/various effects that can be switched mid-battle or on the field too. Yuinika on the other hand learns monster styles from the different enemy types you kill in battle, and as each monster style levels up, she can use more abilities for some serious damage in battle. Like Raud’s attack modes, Yuinika’s monster styles can be switched on the field or mid-battle, and she has separate MP pools for each style. This is a nice change of pace from some other Kemco RPG’s. One (really the only) major issue I have with the skill System is Raud’s upgrades, as they can get pretty pricey and eat up your gold supply forcing you to grind money in places throughout your playtime.

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  • Characters all have unique ways of fighting in battle
  • A story w/interesting plot twists to the end
  • Not too difficult or easy
  • No IAP/IAP paywalled content like later Kemco RPG's
  • Game plays nice in near full screen on newer Android phones
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  • Short length (less than 15 hours with Postgame content!)
  • Optional side content only available in Postgame
  • One character's (Raud) upgrades can get extremely pricey and force you to do a bit of grinding for money
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Shadow X says:
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Knights of Earthends - Knight , Golem and Imitator

A cool rpg made looking like Symphony Of Eternity (didn’t played origins yet), It tells the story of a Golden Female Knight, which started doing missions with a Fine-made looking-human Golem, which encounters a strange girl which can “copy” monster styles and use them in battle.
A revolutions using the 4 primordial golems of ancient war brought to life back again, a world inside another, a revelation that changes course of story, a relationship that will know no limits to its bonds.
Really a surprising game even for it’s small size, you will probably take some time if you are a completionist like me, going after 100%. But will really be enjoyable.

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  • References If you played Symphony of Eternity, Challenging Extra Dungeons, Plot Twists
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  • Very Linear RPG, You will need to look for help to find Post Game Content

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