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Hero's Quest (Working Title)
Developer(s) Phazonworks
Publisher(s) Fantendo
Platform(s) RiiVolution Ultima
Genre(s) Fantasy RPG
Release Date(s)
Age Rating(s)
Hero's Quest is a fantasy RPG and a working title for Phazonworks. 


It was a dark time... a malovent wizard terrorizes a mystical world with his massive power and endless minions. Thousands of different foes horrify the many that live in the land. One young man in a small town decides to stand up to this powerful warlock; seems foolish, right? Well, not unless he has a little help.



These select heroes are the main team of heroes in Hero's Quest; they each have their own stats, equippable items, boosts, and upgrades to their weapons that let them do all kinds of new abilities.

Each hero has 5 separate stats, with their own unique traits; and as of Level 1 (Max Level 40, jsyk), have a base stat total of 25 each (not counting health points). Their health meter (measured by hearts, each heart having 4 units each) starts at a certain base depending on character, and increases at one heart per level (sometimes two, depending on the character):

  • Hearts: This indicates how many hits a character can take before they fall from battle.
  • Attack: Attack stat indicates how much damage you give to your opponent; for each weapon, it has a different damage output, and factoring in race bonuses, class bonuses, power-up bonuses and allied attacks, can vary quite a bit.
  • Defense: The Defense stat reduces the amount of damage taken by a foe's attacks (what else do you expect from a stat named "Defense"?).
  • Magic: This stat boosts the power of magic spells and abilities that several can use; it also boosts the power of the Charm items, which provide stat increases to each character.
  • Focus: Focus indicates a character's critical hit rate (critical hits being an attack that will occasionally do double the normal damage); naturally, since critical hits are usually pretty powerful, Focus stat boots aren't very frequent, and the Charms that do increase Focus are usually pretty rare or very powerful.
  • Speed: Speed indicates how fast a character moves, or in this case, how many times a character attacks in one cycle (it usually cycles in the order as displayed below: Hunter, Treasal, Grimlon, Sundra, Mildroc, Talroc and Firsnor). In that cycle, after all characters have attacked (depending on how high their speed is), some will get to attack twice (possibly even 3 times).
Name Race Class Basic Weapons Base Stats Recommended Spread
Hunter (Avatar character) Human Hero (Can carry many different attributes and specific weapons of each class after a certain amount of levels, but suffers one disadvantage of each)
  • Dragon Sword (Has a chance to cause a random side effect with each hit [more effects added]:  Poison, Burn, Bleed, Freeze, Stun)
  • Hearts: 10
  • Attack: 5
  • Defense: 5
  • Magic: 5
  • Focus: 5
  • Speed: 5
All-Around Hero
Treasal Elf Warrior (Wins ties in combat, if an enemy's stats match his own)
  • Oak Arch
  • Mystrile Rapier
  • Hearts: 6
  • Attack: 9
  • Defense: 2
  • Magic: 3
  • Focus: 2
  • Speed: 9
Fast Attacker
Grimlon Dwarf Wizard (enchant monster by discarding bonus items, forcing them to give the treasure they guard)
  • Enchanted Hammer
  • Hearts: 13
  • Attack: 9
  • Defense: 1
  • Magic: 9
  • Focus: 3
  • Speed: 3
Glass Cannon
Sundra Halfling Cleric (gain boost in a battle against an undead creature)
  • Spiritual Orb
  • Hearts: 9
  • Attack: 2
  • Defense: 6
  • Magic: 9
  • Focus: 3
  • Speed: 4
Team Support
Mildroc Goblin Thief (can swipe bonuses belonging to allies or enemies)
  • Darkness Cloak
  • Boomerang Daggers
  • Hearts: 7
  • Attack: 4
  • Defense: 1
  • Magic: 1
  • Focus: 10
  • Speed: 10
Critical Striker
Talroc Gnome Bard (can score critical strikes more easily by getting the enemies to drop their guard)
  • Razor Harp
  • Bell Whip
  • Hearts: 8
  • Attack: 1
  • Defense: 8
  • Magic: 7
  • Focus: 7
  • Speed: 2
Defensive Tank
Firsnor Orc Ranger (can tame a beast to act as a steed; not useable until level 6)
  • Poisoned Rat on a Stick
  • Battle Mace
  • Hearts: 10
  • Attack: 6
  • Defense: 6
  • Magic: 1
  • Focus: 3
  • Speed: 9
Fast Trickster


Name What they are Role they play In Battle
Aquatia Mariniad (basically what you get when a freshwater nymph heads out to sea and lives there for a while) Acts as the group healer. Uses Water constructs to cause extra damage.
The Wizard's Younger Brother (real name unknown) The Evil Wizard's younger, less malovent brother, as his name suggests. Can boost the combat stats of the group, at the cost of gold and treasure. Conjures up elements that affect foes negatively.
Anti-Venom Part of a society of lethal ninjas; the most sympathetic one in the group, and not necessarily evil Offers special potions to assist you for battle. Throws a harmful potion at foes.


Name Bonus Ability Bonus Attack
War Horse Resilient Armor (Sometimes lets character hang on to a low point of 1 HP when hit with a critical attack) Vicious Stomp
Super Turtle Razor-Shell Spin
Fast Raptor Jump Claw
Mighty Eagle Soaring Shred
Fierce Tiger Ferocious Bite
Brave Wolf Harrowing Howl
Grand Dragon Dragon's Wrath


Land (Areas)

Enemies (Bosses)

To be Redone


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