July 09, 2015

Final Fantasy Epic RPG

Map Final Fantasy Epic RPG - FFERPG by ILYAS

Long before Noah built his ark, there were tales of an ancient land named Gaya, which is a world where swords and sorcery reigned. Its learning and power were swept away when the Crystal was destroyed, but one clue to its secrets remained: an ancient book known as the Gran Grimoire, hidden in darkness by the powers that once were. It is not certain how many copies of the book still exist, but it is said that whoever should hold one holds the power to change the world.

Changelog Version 0.9.4
- Save system updated; dynamic code length, save code can now be saved in a local file
- Normal saving should be working again.
- All job skills have been reworked
- A mercenary can now be hired to help you
- New Job: Freelancer
- Masteries no longer affect all jobs
- Script and dialogues have been reworked
- New items and equipment
- Rebalancing across all jobs and enemy superbosses

Changelog Version
- Fixed save system issues. -loadf now works in multiplayer.
- Fixed quest xp in multiplayer.
- Fixed some bugs that caused game crashes as well as some minor exploits.
- Some rebalancing.

Save system
The new save commands, "-savef" and "-loadf" can be used to save and load codes directly from files. However in order to use them a few requirements need to be fulfilled.
For "-savef", make sure that Warcraft III has rights to write files. On the usual modern Windows versions, simply running Warcraft III as Administrator should be enough. If you forget to do that the code will not be able to save to a file, so make sure you double-check whether or not the file has actually been created! If it hasn't, you can still either use regular Warcraft III saving, or use the old fashioned way of writing the code down yourself.
As for "-loadf", first off it only works in single player, since unfortunately, it would cause an instant desync in multiplayer. To get it to work in singleplayer, you need to activate something called 'Allow Local Files'.

This .reg file will activate local files for you just by running it.
(Direct Link: https://www.dropbox.com/s/vxhch11q5mw96be/AllowLocalFiles.zip?dl=1)
If you'd rather do it manually, here are some quick instructions:

Download: FFERPG