The plot of Prince Arthur and the Monsters of Albion
In this JRPG, it is up to you as the heir of Albion to stake your claim to the Kingdom of Camelot, fighting on behalf of your sick father against the forces of your legitimate half-sister Morgana. Several nobles have joined her cause seeking to overthrow your father and your father’s wishes, that despite your illegitimacy, you become King after his death. You must prove yourself to the people of Camelot and take several forts which are occupied by Morgana’s forces, in order to gain the backing of the people to become King.
To undertake this challenge, you must become proficient in handling the monsters wielding your summoning ring.
Explore the lands through forests of wolves, druids groves, iconic mountains, towns and coastlines retrieving monsters and advancing in summoner knowledge. Until you become worthy enough to claim the Sleeping Sword, to prove your ability as the future King and end Morgana’s claim to the throne.
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Prince Arthur: Monsters of Albion fully fledged JRPG features:
- Collect, choose between, battle and evolve monsters.
- Forage and Fish for Aquatic Items.
- Heal on the upper floor of the Healing house.
- Craft a variety of items ranging from Orbs, Potions, Talismans, Armour, War Paint and Incense.
- Mend your equipment.
- Complete quests, puzzles and liberate forts.
- Use the Wiccans portal to fast travel between regions.
- Quest log.
- Lock-picking and stealing.
- Morality system.
- Profile of monsters, including the inspiration for them and their real-life counterparts in British nature and legend.
- A library and information specifying the history of the region.
- Well-balanced monster battling system of, having up to three in your party and easy constant access to your monsters.
- Obtainable monster choices – replay many times with different monsters.
- Maps and type effectiveness scrolls so the information is always at your fingertips.
A collaboration project by Oliver Chappell and Jason Bowen.
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