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Easily add monster images in battle - Click to Download
Submitted by Unique-Effex on 06.21.2007 (1165 Downloads)
This is a simple way to add a monster image in a battle also very customisable battle text and colour heres a screen shot

File rating: 4.00 out of 5.00 (4 votes total).
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Posted by masterofollies on 06.22.2007
Your game looks decent. As for this mod, it looks alright. Not useful to me, but can be useful for others.
Posted by element on 06.22.2007
It's very bad...
Look on : http://rpgilusion.net !
Posted by Unique-Effex on 06.22.2007
Then do better and i dont look at dead links like the one you posted thats just BAD !!! lol
Posted by scratchb on 06.23.2007
Sorry to both of you mature users, but I went on the logic that illusions has 2 l's and sure enough http://www.rpgillusions.net is a working link.
Posted by scratchb on 06.23.2007
edit::(omg a typo :O never) http://www.rpgillusion.net
Posted by element on 06.23.2007
When one does not have Mozilla fire fox, it is sure that one has problems :D On rpg illusion, one carried out an image by monster, it is very simple but frankly on your premise, nobody did it :p
Posted by Fantasia on 06.23.2007
Thats the strangest looking ~Giant Rat i have ever seen :)
Posted by Unique-Effex on 07.09.2007
Yeah i know lol im going to change it so it will place monster images for the monsters names
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