Help an elf rescue her friend in Monsters Biscuit’s Sphere, The Knight of Elf, an RPG available now on DLsite.
Sphere, The Knight of Elf takes place in a fantasy world where people haven’t established nations. Instead, inhabitants form tribal communities segregated by their race, with the most successful ones being humans, orcs, and elves. Currently, elves have gotten the shortest end of the stick, being discriminated against by the other two races. For this reason, when the retired knight Osmond meets the traveling elven warrior, Sphere, he decides to offer his aid. While wary at first, Sphere eventually accepts Osmond’s help and reveals that she’s searching for a friend of hers, who went missing after their village was destroyed.
The game follows a standard RPG formula. As Osmond and Sphere travel together, they will be given various tasks to accomplish by people around them. On their travels, the duo may be attacked by wandering monsters or forced to face off against particularly tough bosses. Fights utilize a typical turn-based system, with the convenient inclusion of an auto-battle feature, allowing the player to easily grind against weaker monsters.
Winning in combat rewards the party with money, items, and experience. At the same time, losing in certain key battles triggers erotic events, usually ones in which Sphere faces abuse at the hand of her opponent. After such events, the player is often respawned in front of the combat area, with their health replenished. Sphere may also be coerced into sex by NPCs while trying to gather clues regarding her quest.
There are no countries.
Human, the beasts, elves. Three tribes fight against each other
to attain on ring.
And those who attain the ring can decide a class system in the society.
I used to be a famous knight,
but nowadays I am just an old man.
While I met a person in the travel. That was Sphere, the elf knight.
I heard that she is finding the clue that her friend missed...
Luckily, we go traveling with each other.
Sphere, The Knight of Elf is now available on DLsite for the promotional price of $9.13 (estimated from ¥968), until the 4th of March, at which point it will cost $11.41 (estimated from ¥1,210). A demo of the game can be downloaded from the store page.
To make sure that the game installs and plays properly, you may have to configure your system to the Japanese locale. DLsite offers a handy guide on how to do so, which is available here.
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