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  1. Sorry about that, that's actually the result of a previous bug I fixed. Here's a patch that should fix it.
  2. Hey friends, it's been slightly over a year but Arc 3 is finally finished! Travel through windy routes, icy fields and fight Arc Angel Neel to obtain the Cyan Arc! You can download the new version here! (I recommend starting from the beginning if you've played the previous version,since there's been a few important changes in the earlier parts of the game. A Game-Z application is included, which will probably run a lot smoother for most people. Unfortunately, it was prone to random crashes in testing and some graphics will not be displayed correctly. Only use it if you're okay with that. )
  3. If you check the first post, there's a Download section where you can find the download link!
  4. Thank you very much for your feedback! The critiques are all very valid and I'm already working on improving these aspects, so thank you for pointing them out. It's really nice to hear that some of the things I was going for worked well for you! I'll admit that I wasn't even aware that Pokémon continued to obey you past the level cap, but if it's appreciated, I'll definitely keep it as it currently is.
  5. Sorry for the late reply, I don't check the forums that often. In case you still need the answer, the soul in the forest labyrinth is only available after the Jinx Guild building is destroyed. The soul should appear after you talk to the door. The one in the tournament building appears after Rosetta has been defeated, and you can find it at the north end of the room, to the right.
  6. Thank you! I've chosen not to include field effects at this point, since it would slow down development even more and I do hope to finish this at some point.
  7. Strongly depends on how much you explore all of the little optional side areas, but if you're thorough you can probably get something close to ten hours.
  8. Been a while since I posted here, but I've got a little Arc 3 feature I can show off: Personality Traits! As you may have noticed while playing the game, our protagonist is about as much of a blank slate as any other Pokémon main character. However, in Rainbow, I wanted to play with that idea a little bit. So, the character you play as may start out as someone with no characteristics or quirks, but as you play the game, certain actions may unlock new personality traits that have beneficial effects in our outside of battles. As an example: You may be someone who enjoys Rainbow Pokémon a lot and wants to collect as many of them as you can. As soon as you've put together an entire party with nothing but Rainbow Pokémon, you will unlock the personality trait Colorful. This personality trait represents your character's love for Rainbow-type Pokémon and will cause them to gain friendship much faster while they're in your party. Additionally, certain NPCs might take note of your newly developed personality and offer you access to new areas or sidequests that might be unavailable to you otherwise. (You can view your current PTs on your Trainer Card) You can have up to two of these personality traits at the same time. If you unlock another one after that, you'll have to choose which one you want to discard. In total, there's probably going to be about 10 of them in Arc 3, depending on how many ideas I have.
  9. Ah right, sorry about that. I did that a while ago for testing and forgot to take it out.
  10. Fights in the game have been adjusted so that most trainers use Ayrithian forms instead of the regular ones. Out of the gym leaders, I think Connor, Rosetta and Garret use some of them. The difficulty should be roughly the same as regular Desolation, though.
  11. This is the object you should talk to in the western wildlands. If you've collected 5 souls, it should start the next part of the sidequest.
  12. If you've collected all the souls, there is a yellowish object in the middle of the lake in the western Dreamscape that you can interact with to continue the quest.
  13. Thanks for pointing that out, I released a new patch that should fix this issue! You get the ability to use Dream Surge by doing the Lucine sidequest, after meeting her in the Undercity. Dream Surge is activated in battle just like Mega Evolution and uses 1 moon dust whenever you activate it. After it is activated, it will change the terrain to misty terrain (and other terrains if you continue the sidequest) for three turns, after which the field returns to what it was before. You can get moon dust from destroying glowing rocks with the Dream Generator.
  14. I think the general rule of thumb is that evolving early is generally worth it. None of the pre-evolutions get any moves that their evolutions don't.
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