I’m back home in rainy Scotland once more, and boy is it nice to get to relax. My Finland trip only lasted a week, but it was certainly a busy one. Matt’s still occupied with drawing fakemon, and I’m diving back into work with a couple new things as well.
Here’s some fanart from 在咕咕咕的凌風.
Here’s some cool fanart of Anna from Kyle.
That last post was by Ronja btw. I’m still at home.
I’m working on an area in EBF5 where you can fight monsters from the previous games. The monsters will be as authentic as possible – sticking to the animations and mechanics from those games. The EBF1 monsters don’t even have evade and accuracy. Oh, and you can only use 2 or 3 players at a time against them. All those debuff attacks they used back then are going to be a lot more devastating in EBF5’s buff system…
There’s going to be 6 or so foes from each game, including 2 bosses from each.
I was going to put them all into a “Temple of Time” where you can visit different dimensions, but I’ve dropped that idea as it would be hard to explain why the graphics and mechanics are different. So I’ve got a different location planned, one that should explain the premise better.
I’m currently in Finland on a quick trip to take care of some paperwork and attend a close friend’s bachelorette party. Turns out timing could not have been more perfect when yesterday at the finale Finland beat Canada 3-1 and won the Ice Hockey World Championship tournament. This is the third time it’s ever happened, and the first I’ve been able to join in on the celebrations in Helsinki. Everyone gathers into the Market Square in the city center to celebrate together, and the atmosphere is incredible. I’m very lucky I happened to be here for this, since no one in Scotland really cares for ice hockey and I usually watch it alone.
Here’s a Natalie plush someone on the EBF Discord commissioned from an Etsy seller.
Here’s some cute fanart from Sunbunny.