Here is an animation that I put together using GIMP, and all of the Realms of Quest IV, black and white images. This animation is set at a frame delay of 1500 milliseconds. It features all of the monsters and locations and is based on classic dnd images.
Here is one set at a frame delay of 2500 milliseconds for slower display.
Ghislain has notified me that the source code for Realms of Quest III, and Realms of Quest IV is now on his Github account and that the mapmaker for Realms of Quest IV is also included. See link below. All the images seen in the above animations are located individually in the github Graphics folder
Here is an image I had previously created with the mapmaker program.
In other Realms of Quest news, I finally found an Orcus on the 9th level of one of the dungeons in Realms of Quest II!
Luckily I had all of my spellpoints and was able to dispatch the Orcus without too much damage to myself.
Upon defeating the Orcus, I gained my first ORB! There are 10 ORB’s scattered throughout the Realms, so I now have 9 more ORB’s to find.
Defeating an Orcus also gave me enough XP to advance another level. (When you gain levels, all of your HP and SU’s get restored to their full amount, which will really help allot as now I will need to return to the surface by going up 9 levels, one by one. Alternatively, I could cast the #6 [Word of Recall], however, doing that would wipe out all of my accumulated gold. I hadn’t realized this until recently, and I wasn’t going to forfeit my $34554 gold pieces this time.
This is the dungeon in which I descended. I took a screenshot of it so I can use as reference of having been there already, as all the dungeon entrances look similar and I need to locate 9 more of them to find the rest of the orbs.
One peculiar thing with gold though, is that it doesn’t particularly matter how much gold you have accumulated when cashing your gold in for potions at the castle. You can have 100 GP or 34554 GP, but either way, when you cash in your gold for potions, you only gain 1 additional potion. But hey, potions are a necessity, so I’ll take any potions that I can get. Actually, more accurately, your gold converts into XP when visiting the castle, and as a bonus you get one potion.
I’m back up to 2 potions now after reaching the castle and resting/trading in my hoard of gold for XP and 1 potion.