Wystern is "The City Of Swords", a town where 50% of the population are blacksmith/knight hybrids called Craftknights. The greatest of these Craftknights are called Craftlords, and today a tournament is starting to determine what lucky child will get to be the next one, filling the void left by Shintetsu, the Craftlord of Iron. But with frequent earthquakes threatening the city, is there a deeper meaning to the tournament? And what happened to Shintetsu three years ago?
Summon Night: Swordcraft story is a action RPG for the gameboy advance. Gameplay revolves around hunting for materials in the Labryinth beneath Wystern and using them to craft various weapons. Battles take place in a side-scrolling arena, where you can block, run around, and jump. Dating sim elements are also mixed in, with the hero able to pursue romances with any of several characters in the game, including their guardian beast.
Before I get this trainwreck rolling, though, I'll need YOU, the people of Iwaku, to decide what hero and what Guardian Beast I start out with.
Cleru, the son of Shintetsu.
Pratty, the daughter of Shintetsu.
There are minor story differences between the two, but for the most part, they are the same. Strangely, most romantic interests will not care what gender the hero is.
Guardian Beasts are these magical creatures who can show up in battle to help you out, with magic, healing items, or enchanting your weapon.
Rasho, the Oni. A hotblooded surfer dude with no need for shirts. Specializes in the fire element.
Sugar, the Fairy. Affectionate and bisexual, but prone to jealousy. Specializes in the water element.
Zantek, the Gundam. Lightning-element summon, speaks only in ☆s.
Kutty the Pokemon. Can only say "kutty". Wind-element summon.
Get them votes in quickly, 'cause this is only a limited-time offer! (please don't pick Zantek or Kutty. A summon who can speak makes this so much better. I can only make so many jokes about them advising you to do evil before it gets old.)
Lastly you can rename the Guardian Beast and the main character if you wish, but I will only do this if there is a overwhelming demand for it. (up to 12 letters, numbers, or , ' ? !)