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Author Topic: 2007/07: The 7th Saga (Super NES) - KingKuros  (Read 7711 times)
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« on: July 01, 2007, 06:49:20 AM »

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The 7th Saga

For this month's "Maps of the Month" featurette, I wish to draw your attention to KingKuros's The 7th Saga (Super NES) maps.

King Lemele has sent out seven apprentices to search the world of Ticondera for seven magical runes that give the holder unimaginable power.  As one of the apprentices, your quest will cross paths with the other six, who may help you or hinder you.  The journey is already difficult enough as it is, as a game of constant leveling up of your character, but at least you'll never be surprised about your surroundings.

On the seventh month of the seventh year of the millennium, it's a good time to recognize this set of maps from The 7th Saga.  Though, really, any time is a good time to appreciate a set of maps from an epic Super NES RPG.  KingKuros has gone the extra step to label the contents of treasure chests and other locations where items can be found.  Wherever you are in Ticondera, KingKuros has got your navigational needs covered.  Check out those large overworld maps!

So to recognize the effort put into making these detailed maps for a difficult game, KingKuros's The 7th Saga maps will be known as's Maps of the Month for July 2007.
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