Defender's Quest II is happening! Let's talk about it. First, here's a pretty picture:
Let's start by answering the obvious questions.
Is that a turtle-tank?
Yes! His name is Bitey. He's not technically a turtle, but he is technically a tank, among other things. The boy and girl are Javir and Terevan, respectively.
What's going on?
Defender's Quest II is set in a completely new world, with a brand new cast of characters and an entirely different story from last time.
I have a million questions!
Cool, we have slightly less than a million answers in our FAQ.
Scroll down for more details about our plans for Defender's Quest II!
We're keeping all the best features from Defender's Quest I and improving the rest, based
on tons of user feedback and our own experience.
We've put together a great team for Defender's Quest II, and with your help we can
make the art and music better than ever!
Defender's Quest II: Mists of Ruin takes place in a world whose surface is covered by a toxic, heavier-than-air gas known as "Mirk."
To explain further, we've asked Captain Javir to say a few words.
If you're reading this, then you're one of the few lucky souls to be receiving Captain Javir's Guide to Survivorness-itivity, an inestimable fountain of mentorship here to lead you into the exciting and rewarding career that is being expendable monster-fodder--I mean--a Scavenger!
First, let's start with the basics. It's year three in the century of the Nine-Banded Slaughter Maggot and the world is crap. Well, not literally. If you want an actual chemical breakdown, the world is 97% Mirk, 2% arable land, and 1% barely-functioning domed cities.
Okay, now that we've weeded out the total dumb asses, let's get on with business. The first thing you need to do is find a giant monster, the bigger the better. Got one? Good! Now build yourself an airtight life capsule and strap it to his back. (Did I mention that the monster was supposed to be tame? Oh well, we can weed out a couple more morons there).
Now just load that capsule up with all the teleporters, messenger bats, food, weapons, and everything else you need for three months on the road.
|Yes, yes, I know, they have a real name that's hard to pronounce and carries with it centuries of tradition, but I just call things how I see them. And let me tell you, these guys are jackasses of the highest caliber. The only reason our city hasn't been wiped off the map by these bloodthirsty, power-hungry, inhuman, butt-nuggets is the steady flow of "tribute" we send their way in the form of scavenge, engineers, tamed monsters, and all of our best wine! Did I mention that these guys all have an extra mouth on their stomachs that exists purely to bite the heads off of children?|
Our city is the best city! (The best!)
Much better than your city! (Poor city!)
Our city is the best city! (Repeat four times)
It'll kick your city right in the jangly bits!
Until it finds it very difficult to have children.
If you're wondering what to expect, the answer is simple: Defender's Quest: Valley of the Forgotten, but better!
Here's a lot of reason why Defender's Quest II will be awesome and you should pre-order it now: