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Dec 30, 2011 | 2:03 PM EST

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Sharpenin'! 5 Points Get Level 3 Weapon
Grasping the Mechanics 10 Points Score 1.000.000 or more!
Dragonslayer 25 Points Slay a Dragon!
Uberslash 25 Points Score 75.000 damage or more!
Game Completed! 50 Points Get 100% Game Completion

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Guide the Knight to defeat as many enemies as she can before her life ends! Gather gold via combats, and direct her to stronger equipments, healing items, and divine deathblow techniques to defeat deadly dragons, in multiple rapid split-second decisions!


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(May need to be approved by the Admins first to work, though)

Updates v1.3b NG:
- Hotfix on the "Game Completed!" Medal.

Updates v1.3 NG:
- Newgrounds API is connected and working!
- Medals Added, may need to be approved to work

Some of the Medals require you to do the feat again to unlock. So sorry about that... If you have 100% Game achievement, though, opening the "Achievement" page will trigger the medal to unlock. Please PM me if anything goes wrong. Thank you!


Have you ever wondered how will an RPG be played if it uses only one button? We have.
This is a mechanic we're experimenting right now and will be made into a full game if it works!

If you have any feedback, please do tell us!

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

A one button RPG is a very interesting environment for a game. This game is out right addicting and is very fun deciding on which item should be bought at the appropriate time. However, there are a few roadblocks that are near impassable such as the dragon. Buying the sword is a must in order to defeat the insanely overpowered dragon and changes the fun factor of "deciding what items I can pick" into a "I have to buy this item soon or I'm dead." The RNG factor is also a huge part of this game which can make it a bit frustrating. It creates a mindset were people began hoping to get a better item, an upper hand in battle, or not to run into a dragon. The game can be some what tedious, but is still really fun.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

this game might be based on a simple concept, but this looks prefect

plus the song is awesome.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

This game is a great blend of simple concepts and in-depth strategy. I only had three issues with the gameplay, the first of them being the limit on how far ahead you could see. In my opinion, there should have been 1 or 2 more events that could be seen. This made it particularly hard to make the quick decisions on whether to buy or save, hoping that something better was on the way. The second problem was the increasingly expensive upgrades that did to coincide with foes giving you more money. Without getting a gold voucher, it is virtually impossible to gain access to higher levels (7 and up) of equipment. The last nuisance of the game is that once you gain the Astral Armor (lvl 10) you can no longer use blacksmith stations to restore hp. In my opinion, they should still serve in a healing capacity past that point.
Although it seems like I'm only criticizing the game, I really did enjoy it. Also, here are two rules of thumb that allowed me to complete it.
1. Your armor should always take priority over your weapon.
2. Once you have upgraded your armor twice and your weapon once, always try to have at least 500 gold. You never know when that gold voucher might show up.
In response to Asona, it is possible to kill a dragon without the Divine Edge. You do need a good set of armor and weapons, as well as an elixir, and a good deal of luck. If it is early enough, the dragon won't be as strong as they normally are, and you can restore your hp at the last second with the elixir. Don't get me wrong though, you still need to be lucky.
I enjoyed the game, and I think it is well worth the 20 minutes / 2 hours it takes to complete it.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

i love this game!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I've always enjoyed this game. It doesn't look like it at first, but this game has a lot more tactics and strategy to it then it appears.

It was very fun. I enjoyed it :)