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IMPORTANT: Make sure CAPS LOCK is not on while playing this game, otherwise some buttons won't work. It's a flaw in the code, sorry about that...
The Rise of a KING takes a turn to the role playing genre, but still retains the action from its predecessor. If you havent played The Rise of a Knight, then there is a "Story so Far" section where you can watch a slideshow of what happened in the first game.
Explore the world in and around Stormguard Castle as you start off on your first day as a Knight. Times are getting dark with the current king and many others behaving strangely while more and more dangerous creatures appear, causing trouble all over the kingdom. You seem to be the only one to see the obvious corruption, and its up to you to dissolve this matter...
Left and right arrow keys to move.
Up - jump.
Down - shield.
Spacebar - Interact
A - Normal attack
S - Heavy attack
D - Use selected spell
1 - Cycle through weapons
2 - Cycle available armor
3 - Cycle through shields
Q - Cycle through spells
W - Drink Mana potion
E - Drink Health potion
C - show/hide controls
M - Map
O - Objectives
P - Pause game
T - Toggle quality
You can save your progress by sleeping in your bed in the castle barracks.
EDIT: For some reason the link to play The Rise of a Knight doesnt work in the game. I have no idea why, because it works on www.ArmorGames.com. If you want to play the first installment of this 2-part series, then just go to my profile here on Newgrounds, or choose The Rise of a Knight from the drop-down menu on this page.
NOTICE: Anyone is free to make videos of my games. Sharing video game experiences with others is really nice. It gives me some exposure while the people who make the videos get something back in return. I fully support the monetisation of any video you make containing footage from my games. As long as you don’t claim to be the creator of my games, it’s all good! Throwing my name, SeethingSwarm, as the creator into the description or into the video itself is also always appreciated.