Right so I have this idea for making a series of games based on where the main character's traits/personality is heavily influenced by their Zodiac Sign. I decided to start with the Capricorn sign and right now all I'm doing is writing up information on what would be in this game (Heroes, Villains, Main Story etc).
500 years after the Rule of the Gods, the human race who had spend generation after generation being nothing more than slaves, finally gained control over their planet after for unknown reasons the Gods had decided to leave and for the first time in humanity's history, all is in a state of peace. However, the peaceful world that had been created is now falling into a state chaos. The emperor of Farcia; once recognised as a great man and respected throughout the entire planet, is now trying to destroy the countries around him one by one with a mysterious figure working behind the curtains. All while this is happening, 2 soldiers find themselves having to rely on each other to fight people they once called their comrades in order to survive during this time of crisis, a young General of Farcia begins to question the actions of the country she considers her home and an unruly monk finds herself in a sticky situation. What could be happening? Why is the Emperor doing this? Will the world ever be able to stop the Emperor and his empire which is renowned as the strongest on the planet? We follow the story of a group of 4 unique individuals to find our answers in Zodiac Sign: Capricorn.
In this world people who can use Mana tend to have control over one element and for some rare people, two elements. After completing a certain mission, the party gains the ability to change into different and by using their personal elements and character, bring a certain style to each class so (e.g. for Daiken, his style of the Knight class might be more defensive than Lenna's style.) So first off is:
It may look like I'm posting for a project recruitment or something but I swear all this is right now is theoretical. I intend to add more and more pieces of information until I'm confident I got something solid to work on and any feedback would be greatly appreciated.