HP/SP: your most crucial bars. HP represents your life. (HP stands for Health Points) and SP is your Spell Points (or Stamina if you are physical) if HP reaches 0 your character is practically dead. and if you got 0 SP. you can't cast spells. or use skills (three will be visible. ELF as well. Element Link Force, which allows you to cast some devastating elemental skills.)
an EXP bar is visible in the game of bandori As well. do you see that colorful bar near the level and in the other side you see boost lives? that vertical bar is your EXP bar. (short of Experience.) when your experience bar is full, you're gaining a level.
So I wondered if there should be 1 for everything, or 2 for J.Lv and C.LV.
Level cap is the HIGHEST level you can reach within the game. after that there are no level ups.
2500 as a level cap is TOO HIGH!
a SUPERBOSS is a powerful monster you cannot beat alone. you will need a group to defeat it. or like a whole server. depends on how tough our team will decide to make it. uwu
Attributes are the stats that describe the character's weaknesses and strengthes. (like Performance/Technique/Visuals inside the game)
and such. 9 billion or 2500 attributes are too many to account.
Guilds: are large groups that share the same goal together. typically consisting of several tens to several hundreds of members.
groups are the same. but typically up to 8-9 members.
A novice is a classless character. that can expertise into the desired class.
Currency is money if you didn't know. (like coins/stars in banpa. coins is the ingame currency. you can buy equipment. sell it, set up stalls. smith, smelt, compound. etc.
Stars in the game. (I think Neo credit sounds good) is the premium money. you can buy boosts with it, gacha for cute outfits, pets. revival runes. etc.
and lastly: a Group quest. (Also known as Party Quest) is a quest meant to be done in a group of players. the monsters are signinficantly more powerful comparing to the usual bunch and requires taking care from many aspects. it can be an artifact retrieval. boss defeat, etc. ~
as for dimensional appearance. 2D is a flat appearance. kinda like right now in bandori. 3D is adding volume. and you can rotate. 2.5 is kinda a blend between the two.~
and GUI stand for Game User Interface. that has many components. (character stats, Target, Skill bars, Map, chat, menu, etc)
a SCATTERED GUI is one that has each component for it's own.
an example of scattered GUI: https://cdn.mmos.com/wp-content/gallery/perfect-world/Perfect-World-dreamkill-moth.jpg
while all in one bulks all data in one zone. except for the map. (A good example is maplestory. you got everything on the bottom)
the scattered GUI is editable. (to an extent)
and all in one is NOT editable.
I hope this explains about my #NFO #SURVEY
I’m absolutely in love with the outfit. There are so many cute details! The material choice is really nice, I love the mix of glitter and lace! I just can’t believe how much work was put in this! The location choice is also so creative, it’s very dreamy and totally suits Aya!
This photoshoot is insanely amazing! I love location, I love photographers work, I love how accurate the costume is. I can believe she was able to find such nice and fitting fabric for skirt! I especially like the 3rd picture with a wink, the motion on it is so captivating. <3
LatidoReMe (Bandori Party staff;Developer): "While the photos could use some improved focus, they did a stunning job on the outfit! The Pirate Set is one of the most detailed and over-the-top outfits in the game, yet they managed to create a realistic version of it AND use it in a very marine setting. Alongside the scroll and bubble gun, it's a really fun set of cosplay photos that I think would be inspiring to other cosplayers."
violetR (Bandori Party staff): "The costume is super cute and detailed, and the photos are amazing that they had done! I feel like this cosplayer went all out on the character, setting, and costume and she should be recognised for the amazing effort!"
db0 (Developer): "You look so happy wearing that Kasumi cosplay and it looks so colorful on you! It's so nice that you made it yourself. I looked at the WIP photos and I can see you put a lot of effort into it. Overall, I love the positive attitude and confidence in the photo, and the effort you put into making the costume."
violetR (Bandori Party staff): "I love that she made it herself. The costume has a ton of little embellishments that normally I think most cosplayers would prefer to buy instead of make. She also feels like a really authentic Kasumi in the cosplay. Super cute!"
LatidoReMe (Bandori Party staff;Developer): "The tilted composition of the photo is eye-catching, and the cosplay is extremely well done! They captured the most defining aspects of the outfit and applied them in a realistic sense, which is a hard task indeed. For making me want to casually strut around as Pengin Kanon, I give them my top pick."
db0 (Developer): "THIS IS SO CUTE. I love that you made your outfits together and you picked an outfit that's not cosplayed very often. It's so nice that you all went to a convenience store for a photoshoot. I think you all played the character well, both with the work on the outfits and wigs, and with the way you portrayed them on the picture."
kyuchiin☆ (Circles judges panel): "I love how they worked as a group in their cosplay!"
LatidoReMe (Bandori Party staff;Developer): "For the photo, I love how well they utilized depth of field! The first photo especially excels at this, making it so that you are naturally motivated to view the focused part of the image. I also am a big fan of how the photo compositions too. Alongside an accurate version of Roselia's 2nd Initial Costumes, it's overall a great entry."
db0 (Developer): "I love how you tried to recreate both the Saaya album cover and the WEGO photoshoot. Both of your entries really stood out because of the effort you put into making them picture perfect~"
db0 (Developer): "We can really see all the details of the costume you made in your photos. Amazing job, it looks amazing. I hope you will have fun at Magfest and Katsucon and you will take a lot more photos for us~"
violetR (Bandori Party staff): "It's a simple selfie, but the facial expression and the use of a selfie makes it feel like an Authentic Behind-the-Scenes Arisa, trying to hide admiring herself. The make up and costume are simple, but the energy behind it is just as great as any other detailed entry!"
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The staff of Bandori.Party are proud to announce the 4th Battle of the Bands! Featuring a shifted focus onto Missions & a revised Scoring System for Battles, both veteran and new groupies will want to read up on what's coming this time around.
The Battle of the Bands is a special event hosted by the staff of Bandori.Party and other community members! Through Battles and Missions, you’ll earn points for a band we assign you to represent! Once everything is over, the final results will be calculated, rewards will be handed out, and that’s that! Sounds simple, right?
How does it work?
BoBv4 will feature 2 different methods of contributing points: Missions & Battles! Groupies are only required to participate in one of these, however you're allowed to participate in both. Based off the points gained from these two aspects of the BoB we'll tally up each band's total points, and the band with the most will be the winner of BoBv4!
Introduced in BoBv2, Missions are one way to gain points for your band! The IE team (the staff in charge of missions) assigns groupies Individual, Group, & Non-Bandori challenges each day in #missions_info, and points are distributed to the groupies' bands upon completion!
With flexible time limits & missions catered to all the different skill types, you can feel confident in your ability to contribute to your team with Missions!
A staple ever since the start of the BoB, Battles allow groupies to duke it out against other bands in multilives! During a Battle Captain's block, sign up to represent your band, and perform during the live to the best of your abilities!
With only a handful of 30-minute blocks & points scaling based off of performance, these are for skilled individuals whose hearts yearn for competition!
If you are interested in participating, then read up more on Missions or Battles, & then use the registration forms linked up above to sign up!
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To check out our FAQ, go to our BanPa BoB Playguide and scroll to the bottom! If that doesn’t answer all of your questions, then feel free to leave a comment down below, message us on our Twitter, or ask us in our discord server!