Hopefully one of the last updates I’ll ever have to do for this, not because I don’t want to improve it but because the tileset is rather full and still kept
most all of its aesthetic charm!
What’s been added this time? Lemme tell ya!
- Flasuban got around to doing the Animation tiles (check post above), so now everything animates that should animate! If there are any issues, let me know and I can try to address them as soon as I can.
- Fences ripped directly from the improved Frontier tileset, they’re pretty generic but they’re blocky enough to create walls for sections of houses or for a decent-sized fortress wall.
- Vertical doors go along with this nicely, found next to the mountains (please use gates for horizontal doors, improv if you can until I find room!)
- Tall cliffs, ripped from my Fort, which was ripped from Flasuban’s Frontier, which was based off the improved Frontier’s tall cliffs, which were partially inspired through Thracia’s tall cliffs. Cliff cliff cliff.
- There’s also tons of connector pieces for them including watercliffs (see: bottom right)
- I added red to one of the houses and will add red to other buildings soon. Brown everything is incredibly ugly and I have no idea why I wanted so long to fix this.
AND FOG! I forgot to add Fog last time I did tilesets, which I don’t understand considering I’m a workaholic who loves suffering. So now I’ve added it to the main four palettes - Aquamarine, Green, Autumnal and the Thracian Purple based off Thracia’s Ch.12.
Here they are, based off an example map I’ve been working on - a recreation of a Thracia map. This marks my eventual descent into insanity as I begin to remake Thracia from the ground up. /s
Also, please note that the Purple Thracia palette’s fog is meant for Darkness, as that’s what it looked best for at the time.
Enjoy, and happy mapping and stuff its 12:56 am sorry for abrupt post end
minutes later edit oops
I had to delete some road tiles from the tileset to make room, but I kept general shapes. It wasn’t worth having ugly tiles around imo, and there’s still several road tiles in place.