its nice but did not really enjoy it
I love the game but when I first started it never saved...
Cool ! it has potential but there's something that if improved could give it a better game fluency:
_the first is to add the "rally point" option on the battelfield (I suggest one for each character) just to better hold the rushing, instead of automatic regroup in the middle after fight.
_it would be great if somehow when the player move manually a character or use his skill the character doesn't stop after raccomplished but go haed to auto fighting mode.
_add the female variant to the characters and an accelerate button if you have time :)
For the player: If you found this difficult, I advice a team of a knight and a paladin both with BASH and MORTAL STRIKE but only pal with TAUNT, and a ranger with BLUNT ARROW (oh the knt and rang with maxed OFFENSIVE STANCE).
Thanx a lot and sorry for bad english :)
interface is killing me.
With a rusty screwdriver
A few ideas for this: if your looking to avoid a grind why not make each level have a challenge mode where you can redo it with certain limits like do the first level with only one unit to get three keystones but you only get one shot at that to make it an honest challenge or something like that or an endurance mode where the enemy units get progressively more difficult as a way to test strats, level units, and if you add a checkpoint system of sorts where if you get to say the 5th "wave" of mobs in the afore mentioned endurance mode you get a reward of honor/keystones then that would get rid of the need to "grind" the actual game levels though it may make some people be able to overpower their units people would probably make people stop complaining about not being able to redo lvls.
very solid game here, even with these limits it gave me a few hours of entertainment and if you find this helpful at all then i'm happy i was helpful.
Replaying waves for honor has been added ... BUT - honor gains will be halved for the level each time you replay it!
The endurance mode is a great idea!
Thanks for the review!