Last Scenario v1.22
A fantastic labour of love, with a great story and well thought out mechanics. I’m sad to say goodbye after 40 hours. Thanks SCF!
I’m not really sure how I found this site, though I seem to be in the same boat as everyone else. This game is a great throwback to everything great about jRPG’s. I was actually playing it and my roommate thought I was playing a ROM and his first thought was “Breath of Fire”. When I explained what it was, he got it and started playing. We are both in agreement that this is truly a example that a little coding, a lot of thought and a great story can entertain beyond the grandeur of graphics and a million dollar build team.
give us more games
nice, i liked this one more than exit fate. we’ll bang ok?
I like this game really. Atmosphere created with characters/battles and graphics is awesome !
I found this game on accident, and its pretty darn good. My only gripe is one I got myself into, making me have to start all the way back at the beginning because I’ve come across a boss I don’t have the items to beat.
Fantastic story.Fantastic ending.Fantastic game play.
EVERY THING is fantastic in the game.I love it very much.
Last Scenario etymology:
Hilbert -variant of Hildebert from hild -battle and beracht -bright (Germanic)
Sylvia -variant of Silvia from Latin silva -wood, forest
Eugene -from Ευγενιος (Eugenios) from ευ (eu) -good, well and γενης (genēs) -born
Cathy -diminutive of Catherine from καθαρος (katharos) -pure
Anna -form of Hannah from Channah -favour, grace (Hebrew)
paragon -model of excellence or perfection.Obsolete meanings:companion, an equal, rivalry, competition derived from paragone -choice (Italian) from παρακοναω (parakonaō) -sharpen, whet (παρα (para) -beside + ακονη (akonē) -whetstone)
Griffin -from γρυψ (gryps) -griffin, from γρυπος (grypos) – hook-nosed
Alexander -from Αλεξανδρος (alexandros) from αλεξω (alexō) -to defend, help and ανηρ (anēr), ανδρος (andros) -man
farina -ground corn, flour, dust, powder from far -sort of grain, husked wheat (hinting on its small size)
Selia, Celia -from caelum -heaven
Edmund -from Old English ead -rich, blessed and mund -protector
Susan -variant of Susanna, Σουσαννα (Sousanna) Greek form of Hebrew name Shoshannah derived from shoshan -lily
Echo -Ηχω (Echō) -was a nymph given speech impediment by Hera so that she could repeat what others said, from ηχη (ēchē) -sound
Valentin -from Latin valens, valentis -strong, vigourous
Theodore -from Greek name Θεοδωρος (Theodoros) from θεος (theos) -god and δωρον (dōron) -gift
Vivian -from Latin name Vivianus derived from vivus -alive
tasar -to appraise (Spanish)
Matilda -from Germanic name Mahthildis (maht -might, strength + hild -battle)
Selene -from σεληνη (selēnē) -moon
Joord (Dutch), Jordão (Portuguese) -form of Jordan -name of river, in Hebrew Yarden derived from yarad -descend, flow down
‘εξ (hex) -six (tiles had six edges)
Luigi -Italian form of Louis French form of Ludovicus Latinized form of Ludwig (hlud -fame + wig -warrior)
havere -be eager, anxious, desire, wish for, crave
al -of a, pertaining to, in a condition of, in state of
Drakovic -Slavic surname from drak -dragon (Polish from δρακων (drakōn) -dragon), drakov -of dragon and -ić -son (used in surnames)
stein -stone (German)
सरस्वती (sarasvatī) -Hindu godess of knowledge, music and art, originally name of river and river godess from सरस्वत् (sarasvat) -abounding in pools and lakes, सरस् (saras) -pond, pool and वत् (vat) -like, as (Sanskrit)
Gunther -from Germanic name Gundahar (gund -war + hari -army, warrior)
βασιλισκος (basiliskos) -diminutive of βασιλευς (basileus) -king.Was name of fabulous serpent
αμφισβαινα (amphisbaina) -a fabled serpent with a head on each end
αμφι (amphi) -on both sides
βαινω (bainō) -to go
voldoen -to satisfy, suffice (Dutch) from vol -full and doen -to do
Lorenza -Italian form of Laurentius from Latin laurus -laurel
Fiona -from Irish fionn -fair
Luther -from Germanic name Leuthar (leud -people + hari -army)
Augustus -great, venerable derived from augere -to increase
Leopold -from Germanic elements leud -people and bald -bold, the spelling was altered due to association with Latin leo -lion
επιφανεια (epiphaneia) -appearance, manifestation (επι (epi) -on, upon + φαινω (phainō) -to show, reveal)
Kelpie -from Scottish Gaelic cailpeach or colpach -heifer, colt.Kelpie is supernatural water horse from Celtic folklore that is believed to haunt rivers and lochs (lakes)
Helga -from Old Norse name Helgi derived from heilagr -holy, blessed
Otto -later German form of Audo from Germanic element od -wealth, fortune
Herzog -duke (German) from Old High German herizogo (heri -army + zogo -puller)
Petra -from πετρος (petros) -stone
Schultz -variant of Schultheiß derived from Middle High German schultheiße -mayor, judge
Hermann -derived from Germanic elements hari -army + man -man
‘ηλιος (hēlios) -sun
Helmut -derived from Germanic elements helm -helmet, protection + muot -spirit, mind
neu -new (German)
berg -mountain, hill (German)
Gertrude -derived from Germanic elements ger -spear + þruþ -strength
Ulrich -from Germanic uodal -heritage + ric -power
Hilda -from Germanic hild -battle
orta -middle, central (Turkish)
Nolan -from Irish surname derived from Ó Nualláin -descendent of Nuallán -champion
vol -full (Dutch)
meo, meare -go along, pass, travel or meo, meus -my, mine
dare -to give, dedicate, grant, devote
陰 (simplified Chinese 阴) -shade, hidden, moon, female principle yin (阝(阜) -mound, hill + 侌 -ancient word for cloudy [今 -now + 云 -cloud])
陽 (simplified Chinese 阳) -sun, light, male principle yang (阝(阜) -mound, hill + 昜 -bright (hinting on sunrise) [旦 -dawn (日 -sun (rising above) 一 horizon) + 勿 -pictograph of banners on a pole, todays meaning is do not)]
Sylph -from sylva, silva -wood, forest and nymph (νυμφη (nymphē) -bride, nymph)
Ethan -from Hebrew word meaning solid, enduring
Castor -from Καστωρ (Kastōr) from κεκασμαι (kekasmai) -to shine, to excel
Pollux -Roman form of Greek Πολυδευκης (Polydeukēs) -very sweet (πολυς (polys) -much + δευκης (deukēs) -sweet) in Greek mythology he was the twin brother of Castor and a son of Zeus. The constellation Gemini, which represents the two brothers, contains a star by this name
braun -brown (German)
wald -wood, forest (German)
Wilhelm -from Germanic name Willahelm (wil -will, desire + helm -helmet, protection)
dorf -village (German)
Heinrich -from Germanic name Heimrich (heim -home + ric -power, ruler)
Flora -from Lat. flos, floris -flower
Rupert -Low German form of Robert, from Germanic name Hrodebert (hrod -fame + beraht -bright)
Bertha -from beraht -bright, famous
Schwarz -black (German)
Randolph -from Germanic elements rand -rim (of a shield) and wulf -wolf
Wolfram -from Germanic wulf -wolf and hramn -raven
Walter -from Germanic name composed of wald -rule and hari -army, Old English cognate is Wealdhere
Konrad -from kuoni -brave and rad -counsel (Germanic)
Ectoplasm -from εκτος (ektos) -outside + πλασμα (plasma) -anything formed, image
Grauss -perhaps from grau -grey (German)
Dieter -from þeud -people and hari -army (Germanic)
Esmeralda -means emerald in Spanish
Kohlen -coals (German)
Leonard -from leon -lion and hard -brave, hardy (Germanic)
Fritz -diminutive of Friedrich form of Frederick (frid -peace + ric -power, ruler)
Rutger -Dutch form of Roger (hrod -fame + ger -spear)
Rudolph -from Germanic name Hrodulf (hrod -fame + wulf -wolf)
λαβρυς (labrys) -axe (Lydian word)
Patrick -from Latin name Patricius -nobleman
Erick, Eric -from Old Norse name Eiríkr (ei -ever + ríkr -ruler)
Gerbert -from ger -spear and beraht -bright (Germanic)
Antar Woods, Camp
अन्तर् (antar) -between, in the middle (Sanskrit).Latin cognate is inter
Albert -from Germanic name Adalbert (adal -noble + beraht -bright)
kaiser -emperor (German) derived from Caesar
Wolfgang -from Germanic elements wulf -wolf and gang -path
Moritz -German form of Maurice (Saint Maurice from Egypt) from maurus -inhabitant of North Africa
Alfred -from Old English Ælfræd (ælf -elf + ræd -counsel)
Brunhild -from Germanic elements brun -armour, protection and hild -battle
Tiamat -either from Sumerian ti -life and ama -mother or Akkadian tâmtu, ti’amtum -sea.Tiamat is sea godess and embodiment of primordial chaos.Tiamat created first generation of gods
valkyrie -chooser of the slain, derived from Old Norse valr -the slain and kyrja -chooser. In Norse myth the Valkyries were maidens who led heroes killed in battle to Valhalla (from Old Norse Valhöll, from valr -dead warriors, and höll -hall)
Schubert -variant of Schuchard from Middle High German schuochwürhte, schuochworhte, or schuchwarte -shoemaker
Vincent -from the Roman name Vincentius from Lat. vincere -to conquer
stygian -dark and gloomy from Στυξ (styx) -Styx, chief river of underworld
βιος (bios) -life
entallar -to tailor, fit (Spanish) in sense adapted, appropriate, adequate
‘υπνος (hypnos) -sleep
erde -earth (German)
geist -spirit, ghost (German)
φοβος (phobos) -fear, panic
δειμος (deimos) -terror
berg -mountain, hill (German)
heim -home (German)
zeit -time (German)
geist -spirit, ghost (German)
Elvira -Spanish form of a Visigothic name composed of Germanic elements al -all and wer -true
Gilbert -from Germanic elements gisil -pledge, hostage and beraht -bright
Alison -Norman French diminutive of Aalis, Alice from Germanic name Adalheidis (adal -noble + heid -kind)
Flynn -from Irish surname which was derived from Ó Floinn meaning descendent of Flann -red
luminare -illuminate, give light, light up, brighten
Leonias -from λεων (leōn) -lion
Galahad -In Arthurian legend Sir Galahad was the son of Lancelot and Elaine. He was the most pure of the knights of the Round Table, and he was the only one to succeed in finding the Holy Grail
γαια (gaia) -earth
Vivione -from vivianus from vivus -alive
Ferdinand -From Ferdinando old Spanish form of Germanic name composed of farði -journey and nanð -daring
αρχαιος (archaios) -ancient, from the beginning or origin
αρχη (archē) -beginning, origin
πολις (polis) -city
θανατος (thanatos) -death
手裏剣 [シュリケン] (shuriken)
手 [シュ] (shu) -hand
裏 [リ] (ri) -palm
剣 [ケン] (ken) -sword, blade
Roderick -from Germanic elements hrod -fame and ric -power
Ernest -derived from Germanic eornost -serious
feuer -fire (German)
‘υπερ (hyper) -over, above, beyond
Lemuria -mythical lost continent proposed to explain the existence of lemurs (kind of monkeys from Lat. lemur -spirits of the night, because of animals nocturnal behavior) on two continents
Melissa -from μελισσα (melissa) -bee
Natasha -Russian diminutive of Natalya form of Natalie from Natalia from natale domini -Christmas day (natale -birth of and domini -lord)
Alphonse -from Visigothic name from adal -noble and funs -ready
Cocytus -river in Greek underworld from κωκυτος (kōkytos) -lamentation
ερεβος (erebos) -darkness of the deep, place of neather darkness, Erebos
racemus -bunch, cluster
mural (murus -wall + al -of, pertaining to, in a state of)
Σφιγξ (sphinx) from σφιγγω (sphingō) -bind together, tie up in a bundle
يد الجوزاء (Yad al-Jauzā’) -hand of the central one, name of Betelgeuse (Arabic)
يد (yad) -hand
الجوزاء (al-Jauzā’) -the central one (older name for Orion)
氣 (qì) -active principle forming part of any living thing, energy flow, life force
मार (māra) -the destroyer, Mara demon who tempted Buddha
Toltec -from Spanish tolteca, from Nahuatl toltecah plural of tōltēcatl -inhabitant of Tollan (Tōllān (tōlin -rushes + -tlān, -lān -place) + -catl -inhabitant)
Rashnu -Avestan name of Zoroastrian yazata of justice
from Bhubaneswar -once capital of ancient Kalinga today is capital of Orissa derived from भुवनेश्वर (bhuvaneshvara) -lord of the world, name of Shiva (भुवन (bhuvana) -world, place of being (भू (bhū) -to be, exist) + ईश्वर (īshvara) -lord) (Sanskrit)
पुर (pura) -city, town (Sanskrit)
विद्या (vidyā) -knowledge
सुधीर (sudhīr) from सु (su) -very and धीर (dhīra) -wise, considerate
Tarun -from तरुण (taruNa) -young, juvenile, new, youth
साड़ी (sāRī) -female garment in India
शिव (shiva) -benign, kind, auspicious.Shiva is the Hindu god of destruction and restoration, the husband of the mother goddess Parvati. His aspect is usually terrifying, but it can also be gentle
इन्द्र (indra) -Indra is the name of the ancient Hindu god of the sky and rain, he is the king of gods in Rigveda (इन्दु (indu) -a drop + र (ra) -possessing)
दुर्गा (durgā) -Hindu godess and wife of Shiva, literally difficult to approach (दुर् (dur) -difficult + गा (gā) -come, approach, go towards)
उदय (udaya) -going up, rising (of the sun) from उद् (ud) -up, upwards and अय (aya) -going (Sanskrit)
अनुराध (anurādha) from अनूराध (anūrādha) -causing welfare, happiness (अनु (anu) -alongside, towards, to + राध (rādha) -gift, favour)
नवीन (navīna) -new (Sanskrit)
Donathan -from Lat. donatus -given
Balthasar -from Belshazzar Hebrew form of Akkadian name Bel-sarra-usur meaning baal (lord) protect the king
vinis, vinum -wine
al -of, pertaining to, in a state of
requietorium -resting place, sepulchre
अनुख्या (anukhyā) -reveal, descry
‘υδρα (hydra) -water snake
‘υδωρ (hydōr) -water
真清水 [ましみず] (mashimizu) -pure water, clear water
真 [ま] (ma) -true
清 [し] (shi) -pure
水 [みず] (mizu) -water
Ragnarok -from Old Norse ragnarök from regin -gods + rök -fate, development
चक्र (cakra) -wheel, discus
Ηλυσιον πεδιον (ēlysion pedion) -Elysian fields (πεδιον (pedion) -plain), in Greek mythology final resting place of the souls of the heroic and the virtuous
Melchior -derived from Semitic roots meaning king city (מֶלֶךְ (mélekh) -king (Hebrew), ملك (malik) -king (Arabic), עיר (‘ir) -city (Hebrew)
Σολων (solōn) -name of Athenian statesman
Lucius -from Lat. lux, lucis -light
πανακεια (panakeia) -universal remedy
παν (pan) -all
ακεομαι (akeomai) -heal, cure
An excellent jRPG and the best “RPG Maker” game in my knowledge. A captivating story, an interesting battle system with tactical aspects and a lot of optional dungeons and puzzles.
Everything is well thought and well balanced.
Great game, but I have one problem: after I win Saraswati in Stonewall Port, she doesn’t move in Enthalar. Something must happen for her moving in Enthalar or what?
If you just beat her in Stonewall port, she’s still far from going to Entalar. Pay attention to what she says after you beat her, it will give you a clue to where she’s going next.
After Stonewall, she goes to Lunei Village.
Great…awesome..fantastic…I have no better word than that to describe this game. Thank you so much for your fantastic job.
It’s up there with the classic Final Fantasy games in my “nostalgic games” space.
Can somebody tell me something about hex trading so if i trade wilhelm in the hex trading will i lose the tile and i can’t find the tile anymore anywhere if i do this?
Does this mean i can’t win the title in the hex game anymore?
Yep. If you trade a hex, you lose it. And character tiles are unique, meaning you won’t be able to find it ever again (except in a new game +).
You have to make a choice between using the tile to win better tiles, or to trade it.
Hey, first of all, it’s a very good game, well thought and done, BUT
It all is very similar to Final Fantasy VII. Lorenza, girl from a different race is chased by the government (or similar), reminds of Aerith/Aeris. Then a race that existet before “them”, a different cultura, reminds of the “Cetra”, also the Holy Land, which remind of, well, the “Holy Land”.
It is indeed a good game, but it has many ideas from FF VII, maybe also from other games ( I can’t tell, as I don’t play much).
Aerith wasn’t chased down by any government. Or by anything similar to a government, or corporation. Shinra didn’t really care about her. And FF7 had no holy land in it. As far as I’ve played the game, I’ve seen, so far, no similarities between Last Scenario and FF7.
Please, make more games like that, its was awesome!
I`ve played a lot of RPGs in my time, but few ever managed to grip me as yours did. The storyline is exceptionally well done and the amount of character development is astounding. While I have to admit the game was far too easy during most parts for my tastes, I still had a blast playing it and would replay it in a heartbeat. Also I adored the tiles minigame.
Today I`m gonna start playing Exit Fate and being the Suikoden fan that I am I`m full of anticipation anyway, but the fact I`m playing it after Last Scenario as well really makes me look forward to it so much more. Basically
I`m prepared to be blown away and that speaks miles of Last Scenario`s quality and execution.
I don`t know if you still make games, but I know I`ll check whenever I replay Exit Fate and would play any of them, commercial or not, in a heartbeat.
hello i am playing this game and i don’t seem to know which status change requires which status healing item or magic to remove some i only know how to remove when you are bling when it’s blinking yellow and remove poison any guide on status changes and which item magic heals them?
[...] more freeware RPG fun made with earlier versions of this package, you can’t go far wrong with Last Scenario, and the more recent Exit Fate, the latter of which boasts a large-scale strategic combat engine [...]
I didn’t expected to play this game seriously, just wanna play for fun. Nah, how wrong i am… this game is totally AWESOME!!
Keep up the good work, i will always look forward for your next game.
Thank you, SCF. I must have said this earlier, when I played the game the first time. But anyway, thank you. Thank you for all those hours of exciting storyline. Thank you for the ending theme, which made me fall in love with Sanhora. Thank you for the game that is quite simple itself, nevertheless is of so much value for me.
btw, it helped me learn English more productively. And I also liked those German toponyms of the Northern Empire.
This game is really REALLY awesome!! You surely must publish it on steam!
SCF, did you think of publishing this game on Steam ? Lots of amateur do this and I don’t see why you wouldn’t. The average quality of those games is clearly below yours.
Maybe try to create a revamped version that wouldn’t use RPG Maker, or get an agreeement with RPG Maker’s developers. I know the creator of the Blackwell quadrilogy obtained the authorization to sell his games from the AGS creator.
I’m sure it can work. There is so much in your games. I promise I’ll vote for them and buy them all (maybe not Call of the Underworld, but shooters aren’t my cup of tea).
At least do it before some fraudulous guy does it before you.
Actually you CAN legally sell games you make on RPG Maker. I don’t know why you don’t sell yours, but you should!
It’s the most wonderful game from my childhood,
Thank you for making it,
Hi. I found Last Scenario by an accident and I fall in love with it it’s wonderful game and I hope that You will some day become sort of profesional game making team
Gratulations, good work
Is the game still available for download?
I like to try it but the download link seem to be down at the moment.
It seems to be working at the moment.
hi, do you know how to fix showing fonts in last scenario?
i use windows 7 ultimate
At TVTropes, someone mentioned a critical bug where if you enter Northbridge instead of returning to Southbridge after defeating the Beasts of Hell, the next dungeon (Raka Mural?) won’t show up on the map.
I went to Northbridge as soon as I could and I didn’t encounter any bug of the sort.
Awesome job guys. I hope you will make more of these. If you need a good RPG scenario email me I have tons of them.
Do stat-boosting skills like Bolster, Epiphany, Mental Booster or Skillraiser count as status effects for the purpose of Disenchant?
Which game is the Omega Theme battle music from? I think I heard it somewhere else, but I’m not sure where, and I’d like to listen to a version played with another soundfont.
I don’t know where it’s from originally. It’s one of the couple of tracks that I took from the old RPGMaker 2000 music set, but I know for a fact at least some of the 2K tracks were from other places (one of them was the theme from The X-Files…). It’s just called ‘boss3′.
By the way, is one of the dungeon themes (the one playing in the towers and Ether Well, I think) really a remix from the Wild ARMs 3 main riff, or is the similarity just a coincidence?
I can sort of see the similarity, but it’s probably just a coincidence. The specific track is “Farewell2″ from the RPGmaker 2000 music, so it actually predates Wild Arms 3.
I believe I have given this game much praise on the previous site, but I feel I can never do it enough. This game is incredible! It’s right up there with the best SNES RPGs. Thank you very much again, SCF, you are a very kind and talented person!
Without doubt the best RPG (from RPGmaker) I’ve played so far. And I’ve played lots.
Great game. good job
May I know who is the singer on the Ending Song ?
Some Japanese concept band named Sound Horizon.
mine too, i have to beat ultimate Castor
Castor is easy… try beating the Planetary Conciousness
…Yes, like I said it’s one of my favorites RPG games.
Fantastic game. Alongside both Final Fantasy and Diablo series, one of my favorites.
do you play this game???
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