Welcome everyone to the February 2013 ReStaff Release!
This month is brimming with a great deal of variety!
Thanks to our lovely Guest Contributors and ReStaffers,
for making this month a success!
We also don’t allow the resources to be redistributed anywhere else.
If you want to share it, please direct them here instead!
Thank you for your patronage.
Our spotlight goes to RyanA, McTricky and Atomic!
They provide us with AMAZING high-quality tracks!
Check the video and listen! Turn on the captions too~
Luchino contributes for the first time!
The preview doesn’t show it all but she features
an array of tileset edits, 2 battlers and a custom icon set!
Indrah is back again this month!
Her contribution involves rocks, lots of them.
More than anything this preview can show you.
Ever thought, “I need more doodads for mah dungeons?”
Indrah is here to rescue the day!
A sprite of the ReStaff version of RPG Maker XP’s Aluxes/Arshes!
It includes Aluxes and Basil Down Poses and a free portrait.
More information can be found in the Readme.txt
EvilEagles is awesome! For this month, he gives us 9 monster sheets
inspired by the famous, Ragnarok Online! Go check them out!
There’s also a windowskin and it’s niiiice~
The lovely PandaMaru contributes a lot of resources this month!
From Wedding events to a very mystic fortune teller,
it’s definitely a must have!
The ever amazing Thalzon gives us 4 battlers!
2 of which are variants of the 2 battlers previewed above.
They’re great for those modern/sci-fi games for sure!
Lemony has been crazy!
He contributed 6 scripts this month!
A Zelda Map Transfer. Remember how Legend of Zelda does it? Yep.
Ever wanted to set Default Screentones on map without events? Check.
Rotational and Resident-Evil movement to help you on your Action Games? Wow!
And much much more! Just download it and check it out!
Fomar provides us with a Line of Sight script!
It allows you to have events trigger when they see the player,
without all the pesky huge event codes in the way!
Go check it out~
For this month, Timmah gives us 16 animations!
Go check them out as they’re mighty useful if you like your sci-fi games.