Developed by Neople, and as of April 15, 2014, under the control of Neople, Dungeon Fighter Online note Known as Dungeon and Fighter in Korea is a popular Korean centered around adventurers known as 'Dungeon Fighters' as they travel and battle their way across the realm of Arad. The game appears to borrow heavily from the Dungeons and Dragons series of arcade games by, as it largely focuses on, as Dungeon Fighters encounter a myriad of wild, dangerous areas scattered across the Aradian landscape in order to grow stronger and fulfill the many, many, many requests given by NPCs that populate the world, each with their own unique tale to tell. One of the popular aspects of the game is that skills can be activated by using button combinations, much like in a fighting game. Want to punch right through a crowd of enemies? Hold FORWARD + Z.
Putting it out for the trash,” van Gool said. “Eventually, true historic treasures are just being thrown away. Why keep that concert poster? Well, you can pitch it, but that might be the only piece of evidence for that particular venue, and now it's gone.” Rare promotional T-shirt for Slayer's 1988 “South of Heaven” promotional. It's with mixed emotions that we are celebrating the 25th anniversary of SLAYER's classic fourth album, South Of Heaven, which was released on July 5, 1988. It's been just over two months since the passing of Jeff Hanneman, whose handiwork is all over the masterpiece, the guitar legend wrote the.
That enemy is only vulnerable to magic damage that only your grenades can provide? FORWARD, UP + Z. Once you memorize all the unique combinations, you won't need to use as many hotkeys to activate skills, freeing up your hotkey slots for more important uses. Players can choose to be one of ten classes (in the most recent Global build): • Slayer: White-haired warrior who has an arm named Kazan. Specializes in close combat with either a blade or a club.
A female version also exists, who is similar but possesses many different techniques. • Fighter: Close-combat brawler, who uses punches and kicks while sporting a. Most likely a. • Gunner: Tall, jerk who loves playing the keep-away style. Most likely a. Has a male and female version, each with slightly different abilities. • Mage: The of the original six; usually prefers casting spells to deal damage rather than melee combat.
Originally a purely female class, male mages were added to the game later; they manage to look while still being cute. • Priest: who wields very large religion-themed weaponry and can cast various buffs on the party. Wears heavy armor. Also breaks the usual MMO priest mold by being ridiculously powerful rather than simply a cross between the and. A was recently added.
• Thief: who can either swiftly cut her opponents to ribbons with twin blades, or can hang back and fight with dark magic and ninjutsu. • Dark Knight: A young slayer changed by events able to use a mix of various Slayer skills (and chain them), use any Slayer weapon, and wear any armor. Does not have a Subclass. A in skillset as it's all about offense.
• Creator: A who winds up in Arad via a Time Gate mishap. Prefers fighting from wherever the screen allows with. Specializes in Plate Armor, averting status unlike the Female Mage.
Like Dark Knight, she does not get a Subclass. • Knight: A young woman sent on a mission to find the god Carloso. Prefers close quarters combat with a Zanbato or Short Sword, and fights with her blade and Wears Heavy Armor. Utilizes a unique Shield Safe system where she can unlock and equip a variety of different Shields, each with their own special buffs. • Demonic Lancer: A former slave burdened by the power of the demonic lance and forced to fight those like him. Having gained his freedom, he fights against the empire that enslaved him.
Emphasizes range and speed with his lance, having several types of moves that allow him to cancel his skills into other skills. Note the prevalent use of phrases like 'most likely' or 'usually' in the class descriptions. All the classes get various subclasses to choose from that can dramatically alter their gameplay, such as a Slayer that wears cloth and specializes in summoning demons or a Battle Mage that prefers to melee with spears or polearms instead of casting spells and supplements their leather armor with a powerful mana shield. The original game was hosted by Nexon America, and while niche, it gathered a dedicated fanbase. However, in 2013, Nexon suddenly declared that the game could no longer be supported, and the game was shut down that June.
In spite of this, and resurrected the game in 2014 as Dungeon Fighter Online Global note The 'Global' meaning that it was targeted towards all regions that did not already have a version of Dungeon Fighter and regions outside America weren't IP-blocked. After some beta testing, the game officially re-launched late 2014 with the Metastasis, a gigantic overhaul update written in as a world-rending catastrophe that caused Because of the differences between the past version and current version of the game, the following tropes are divided into respective categories. Two spinoff games were produced: for the Xbox 360, and, a mobile game for iOS and Android. A game with the working title of, rumored to be a 'sequel' to Dungeon & Fighter, is also in the works.
There is also a called. A second anime adaptation, 'Dungeon and Fighter: The Fate of Arad', was created by Tencent Studios and began airing in early 2017. •: The Title Book, available from Level 10 onwards, functions this way: in addition to titles you can get in item form, there's also a large number of titles you can get by either finishing specific quests or by accomplishing certain things ingame. You can then equip those titles for stat bonuses, and completing pages of the Title Book gives either bonuses to your overall stats or that work as an additional cosmetic effect on your character. •: Skull Kane in Screaming Cavern is for Summoners and Chaos.
Reason being that whenever a Summon expires, he gains back several bars of HP at once. If you can't burn through his health faster than your Summons' uptime, prepare for an unnecessarily long fight. •: The most basic Gunner skill of this type creates a small robot that looks like a wind-up toy, which slowly approaches nearby enemies, falls on its face and detonates. Several types of enemies use similar tactics. •: Pandemonium is what's left of Terra (Earth) after it was utterly destroyed — it's the city of New York, moving through time and space.
•: Dark Elves as they come in a rather wide range of shades of brown, purple or in Morgan's case, pink. • With skin avatars, all classes can have a vast variety of unnatural skin colors, such as white, blue, grey and yellow. •: The Fighter.
•: in the case of the Slayer, whose possessed arm changes depending on which way he's facing because he can. •: subclass for Male Mages., •: Less EXP is earned the higher the level difference between you and your enemy, forcing you to go through the recommended dungeons for optimal experience gain.
You also don't gain Mileage, one of the currencies for the cash shop, for dungeons that're out of your level range. • Then again, since you can only play each character a limited amount every day, it doesn't really make sense to play dungeons that're out of your level range unless you're doing daily quests. •: • If you are forced to use a revival token, are alone and your level is under 30, an APC will join you for the rest of the dungeon. • In post-Metastasis Season 1, if you were sufficiently overleveled, you could skip the current set of Epic Quests and just progress to the next storyline dungeon and continue as normal. As of Season 2, you are required to progress through Epic Quests in a set order, but you're allowed to skip an entire dungeon's set of Epic Quests. Doing so forces you to give up any associated rewards and EXP, however. • Chronicle gear is sold in boxes that allow you to pick what gear you want, so as to mitigate some of the RNG required to complete a set.
Unopened boxes can also be refunded in full for the Interdimensional Fragments you paid for them, just in case you happen to get the Chronicle gear you were going to get from the box as a instead. Priest: Bless! • Non English player character voices often shout skill names in rather than in their native language, when this would only make sense for the female Mage. •: Since the game is an MMO and still in active development, any caps that get in way of things can and will be removed or increased. That being said, it's somewhat safe to say that the maximum default number of any consumeable items you can hold is 1000, the visual damage cap maxes out at 99,999,999 per hit since it's shown in a jagged speech bubble if you manage to reach that value (but since it's only a visual cap, actual damage done per hit can be higher than it), any skill has a maximum default level cap of 50 (which is for the most part impossible to reach) and the maximum amount of levels you can add to a skill via equipment that increases it is 10. •: • Beef him up a little and give him a sword, and the Male Gunner is essentially.
One of the avatar costume sets for male gunners is even named Devil Trigger. • The Male Gunner in the cartoon series more resembles if he had a complete lack of gun safety and an utter disregard for life.
The Spitfire prestige class also bears some resemblance. • The Slayer essentially looks like one of pallete swaps. • Yipper is basically, complete with purple suit, clownish face paint, and a.
He even rips off The Joker's line with his own knockoff catchphrase, 'Why the stern face?' Another example of this is Rake, who also has a portrait that makes his resemblance to Joker even more obvious, he's based on Male Gunner so he has a similar build as well and like him, he uses handguns. • The visual design of the Demonic Lancer class is one huge reference to, particularly the blue hair and red eyes. The default skin with its fur-lined vest is even based on his appearance.
•: 'I'm Seria Kirmin.' •: Ghent has biker enemies that love to ram you, including Captain Shred and his tricked out bike with a front wheel that turns into a buzzsaw. If you're a Exorcist, you can actually use said front wheel as a weapon. Canna: Excuse me! Where are you going? •: Practical given the arcade gameplay in which not getting hurt is primarily based on player skill.
Can show up for unusual reasons, such as the game's rating attack accuracy leading to low-level mages using pure staff combat. •: Midnight Assault features the Kartel's hired mercenaries. Who happen to dress like clowns. Their leaders themselves happen to be magicians.
Justified as they started off as a normal circus troupe, but since they mainly operated where the Kartel, they had to learn how to fight to protect themselves, until they were so good at it that they started employing themselves as part-time mercenaries. •: Equipment aside, you can also wear Avatars, cosmetics that change your character's appearance and can give them stat boosts. Certain Avatars can also slot in Emblems that give additional stats. Rare Avatars can give even more stats, and have Platinum Emblem Slots, which can actually boost Skill Levels as well. •: • Fighters that become Brawlers. As a way of introducing this specialization path, is one of the starting class' skills. • Surprisingly, male brawler is a better pragmatist than the female brawler.
Both start out the same, but vary once the subclass is unlocked. Where the female brawler uses all her tricks by hand, the male brawler throws everything at his enemies, giving him more range but equal function than the female. His Explosive hook (grab that ignites an enemy) skill kicks the enemy away, sometimes into other enemies, setting them ablaze as well. • The Knight can use this too, dubbing this technique Lion Kick.
But in her defense, its skill description is: 'Originally, it is a dirty trick among gladiators of the Imperial Coliseum. It's adapted into the Knights' battle training for its impressive efficiency.' , and: '.The Knights worship chivalry. But when it comes to protecting their country and leader, they are willing to throw everything behind.' •: • Many bosses possess an ability to otherwise harmlessly knock over players in response to being heavily comboed or knocked down. Can be subverted if the player times a Super Armored skill to power through the effect and continue the combo. Some specific bosses use much more dangerous moves, such as Commodore Cannonhand's anti-launch Will Driver variant.
• Players have their own version of this during called 'gravity', which essentially makes it so that if they lose a set amount of life from a juggle combo, they start falling much faster until they finally hit the ground. •: Since fighting against a large number of enemies that can easily overpower you is a lot different than fighting against another human opponent, a large number of skills are changed in basic function when used in the Arena, generally to make them less overpowered. This is also why all new classes are banned in until they're balanced sufficiently to make them usable there, although some of them might be banned permanently if their basic mechanics are so overpowered against a single target that they'd either need to be removed completely or to a degree that they might as well not exist to begin with. •: • Quite a few you encounter over the course of the story are typically of a Level significantly higher than what players are capable of attaining.
For example, in the post-Metastasis revised story, Aganzo was Level 90 long before the actual Level 90 cap was implemented. Of course, • Several enemy (the ones in the Tower of Death and Black Dragon tournament for example) have cube skills or even Awakenings that belong to another subclass. The ones you fight in every 10th floor of Tower of Despair are APC versions of random players who've beaten that floor, named 's Ghost', and while they lack the gimmicks of normal floors in the Tower, they compensate by being able to use all subclass skills at the same time. They also possess any special effects granted by their equipment when they were chosen, which can make them disproportionately hard to take down if they happened to be equiped with gear like, a katana that has the nasty effect of amplifying and then the damage its wielder takes. The reflected damage is usually high enough that it, even with trivially weak attacks.
•: The main limiting factor that prevents you from just spamming your strongest attacks over and over: most basic moves have anywhere from 2 to 10 seconds of cooldown, stronger moves have around 20-30 seconds and strongest normal moves generally cap out at 40-50 seconds, with both Awakening moves generally taking 2-3 minutes until you can use them again, generally limiting their use to once per dungeon without rare Epic items that reset cooldowns regardless of their length. •: Other than changing move properties and making them stronger, this one of the main properties of Chronicle set equipment, generally making stronger moves usable much more often. Some Epic equipment takes this even further, either by reducing all cooldowns by a set amount or periodically resetting the highest current cooldown with a maximum cooldown under a specific value. One Epic set also has this as its main gimmick: it randomly removes cooldown from a specific move almost completely and reduces its MP consumption to a similar degree so that you can briefly spam it at your heart's content, although with the cost of reduced damage per use. •.unless you have enough Life Tokens to continue. You can also beg for someone to spend their life token on you, if they're nice enough. •: A large part of most classes' gameplay: as a rule, vast majority of them can reach 97% critical hit rate of their main type of damage one way or another, which is the minimum needed to always get critical hits due to a hidden 3% base critical hit chance, although the amount of enhancements and equipment needed to reach that varies greatly from class to class.
A further specialize in this via buffs that increase the amount of extra damage done by critical hits past the default 50%. •: The Taiwanese version. The English version was this temporarily, until Neople saved it.
•: The Mage in general. Especially if she chooses to become a. •: The main source of difficulty for any fights against more than 1 APC opponent: they're just as effective at stunlocking you as you are them and due to the lack of a outside, you can lose all your health from a single lucky hit. Thankfully these situations don't come up very often outside the various Towers and Altars. •: Soul Benders, Necromancers, and Avengers. •: Zigzagged: in most cases, you can just use a Life Token to come back to life with full HP and MP and reset skill cooldowns, but outside of guild levelups and specific events, it's hard to get a large number of Life Tokens without buying them with real-money currency and most of the difficult dungeons limit the number of times you can use them, with Tower of Despair even restoring enemy HP to full when you use one. However, Sacred Blessings can be used anywhere the game allows item use, have no usage limits and can be readily made by Alchemists and even though they're supposed to be on a 20 minute cooldown when you use one, you can just use another one the second you come back to life.
•: The Asura's Ground Quaker or Agni Pentacle. •: Several, most notably in the early dungeons. •: When the Dungeon Fighter kills an Apostle, which is entirely possible. Notably, Apostles cannot kill each other, which may result in them trying to invoke. •: Breakable objects can contain items, buff-giving fairies, traps, or enemies. There are even quests later on that require you to break specific objects, and a few others that require you to not break specific objects. •: A few Epic weapons increase damage by a percentage based on empty hotkey slots.
It's by far the biggest boost of its kind in the game (5% more damage for every empty hotkey slot, which comes out to 60% more damage if all 12 them are empty), but it requires the player to play entirely with manual inputs to gain said power. Alien Head Pepakura Files Guns. •: Back in pre-Metastasis era, Nexon was ridiculously far behind in updating the grind curves, requiring at least 1.5x the EXP you needed to grind in the Korean version. This was due to NA still being on the 2nd EXP 'scaling' by the time it shut down, whereas the Korean version was on the 3rd, which was 2nd scaling, but halved. Neople's DFOG fixed this by bringing the curve in line with more recent Korean versions. • Also in pre-Metastasis, finding a good server, and thus more players to play with, varied wildly depending on where you played from.
East Servers had far less players than West Servers, which made it more difficult to party up with people. This problem was also fixed when Neople merged servers. •: You can customize your character appearance with a large number of avatar items, quite a rarity in a 2D game. In addition to your character, you can also give your weapon a different shared appearance as well, often making it look like a. •: Slayers that become Asuras make a and become blind in exchange for powers and. This does them from being afflicted with the sight-related conditions in the game, such as the Darkness status effect and missing constantly when the lights turn off. • Fixed in later patches, though certain enemies can reduce ailment resist enough to have it still occur.
•: • In addition to high-level assist characters, some of the can be massively overpowered for the level you can use them at: the most prominent example of these is probably Girl of Ruins, who is a level 70 female Mech that you can use at level 35 and who proceeds to utterly wreck everything and anything for the next 30 levels or so. • Unlike all other creature-summoning assists in the game, Mechanic's Gale Force/Tempester moves between rooms with the character who used the assist, instead of being restricted to the room the assist was used in. Thanks to this, all low-leveled characters can have a permanent robot helper that basically kills everything for them in low-leveled dungeons.
This is a low-level Creator skill that drops a large sheet of ice on an area you right-click on. It does ginormous damage and comes with a ridiculous area-of-effect, allowing you to wipe a pack of enemies in one swift.
On December 10, 2013 (Nov. 11 in the UK), American Recordings will reissue ten of Slayer's seminal albums on vinyl. All ten albums will be available individually and were re-mastered from the original analog flat master tapes and pressed on the highest quality, 180-gram audiophile vinyl. Albums include all nine of Slayer's studio recordings, Reign In Blood (1986), South of Heaven (1988), Seasons In The Abyss(1990), Divine Intervention (1994), Undisputed Attitude (1996), Diabolus In Musica (1998), God Hates Us All (2001), Christ Illusion (2006), and World Painted Blood (2009), plus their live double-record Decade of Aggression: Live(1991). Each title will feature the original album artwork including reproductions of the original 12X12 inner sleeves. For the first U.S.
Run, 500 unmarked copies will be pressed on 180-gram, blood red, colored vinyl and randomly inserted and sold in stores as part of a 'lucky dip.' There will also be a very limited quantity of rare test pressings for each title that will be given away. Fans are encouraged to check Slayer's official website and social media outlets for further announcements and details. As American Recordings' owner and long-time Slayer producer Rick Rubin put it, 'Slayer defines speed metal and these albums define Slayer. Listen at your own risk.'
All I own by Slayer on Vinyl is WORLD PAINTED BLOOD. Love a lot of their stuff (Reign, South, World Painted, Christ.) and have most of the releases on CD. Looks like this will be done properly. On December 10, 2013 (Nov. 11 in the UK), American Recordings will reissue ten of Slayer's seminal albums on vinyl. All ten albums will be available individually and were re-mastered from the original analog flat master tapes and pressed on the highest quality, 180-gram audiophile vinyl.
Albums include all nine of Slayer's studio recordings, Reign In Blood (1986), South of Heaven (1988), Seasons In The Abyss(1990), Divine Intervention (1994), Undisputed Attitude (1996), Diabolus In Musica (1998), God Hates Us All (2001), Christ Illusion (2006), and World Painted Blood (2009), plus their live double-record Decade of Aggression: Live(1991). Each title will feature the original album artwork including reproductions of the original 12X12 inner sleeves. For the first U.S. Run, 500 unmarked copies will be pressed on 180-gram, blood red, colored vinyl and randomly inserted and sold in stores as part of a 'lucky dip.' There will also be a very limited quantity of rare test pressings for each title that will be given away.
Fans are encouraged to check Slayer's official website and social media outlets for further announcements and details. As American Recordings' owner and long-time Slayer producer Rick Rubin put it, 'Slayer defines speed metal and these albums define Slayer. Listen at your own risk.' All I own by Slayer on Vinyl is WORLD PAINTED BLOOD. Love a lot of their stuff (Reign, South, World Painted, Christ.) and have most of the releases on CD. Looks like this will be done properly.
Click to expand.The vinyl box set that was released in 2010 has all of these. These look like they are just being released individually now. Let me tell you.they are incredibly well done. Fantastic reviews on these. Free Download Audio Driver For Windows 7 Ultimate 64 Bit on this page.
I bought my set about 6 months ago on eBay for 300.00, still sealed. I can't say enough about how good these sound. The best versions of these recordings ever released. There were also separate pressings, I think for RSD, or around that time last year, of Hell Awaits and Show No Mercy.also great sounding.