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How to Fix Star Fox Adventures's story.

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bigfootRULES!    1
bigfootRULES!

if i were to write the plot of Starfox Adventure's i would have Drakor be the main villain instead of Andross, maybe i could link him to Andross as being a bio weapon that was created as a contingency plan in case Andross was to fall.  

 

i would also add Randor from Dinosaur Planet and maybe Sabre and Krystal would have a bigger role in  the story.

 

leave your comments below.

 

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LinkyHYC    20
LinkyHYC

I think I've read somewhere (but hey, that doesn't mean it is true) that Drakor was intended to be the main villain of Dinosaur Planet, but was relegated to a simple boss role in favor of Andross. But yeah, if they had enough time to complete the game, they could have probably link Andross to a few characters in the game.

To "fix" the story of Adventures, I think you'll need to give more depth to Scales (in addition to let the player actually fight him) and give more backstory to Andross than just "It was me Fox! It was me all along!". In the game, Andross appears out of nowhere, just for the sake of having a classic Star Fox final boss. The idea of him being behind the Krazoa God was actually kind of good, but might need to be told better.

Oh, and maybe try to tell a few more things about the Spell stones and the Krazoa Spirits instead of being things to collect. The overall story of the game is fine, but I think the game doesn't tell you enough about the universe, the backstory of the planet and its inhabitants in general.

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I think I've read somewhere (but hey, that doesn't mean it is true) that Drakor was intended to be the main villain of Dinosaur Planet, but was relegated to a simple boss role in favor of Andross. But yeah, if they had enough time to complete the game, they could have probably link Andross to a few characters in the game.

To "fix" the story of Adventures, I think you'll need to give more depth to Scales (in addition to let the player actually fight him) and give more backstory to Andross than just "It was me Fox! It was me all along!". In the game, Andross appears out of nowhere, just for the sake of having a classic Star Fox final boss. The idea of him being behind the Krazoa God was actually kind of good, but might need to be told better.

Oh, and maybe try to tell a few more things about the Spell stones and the Krazoa Spirits instead of being things to collect. The overall story of the game is fine, but I think the game doesn't tell you enough about the universe, the backstory of the planet and its inhabitants in general.

i had this idea that Scales was a Venomian general who crash landed on Sauria during the Lylat Wars.  

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Commander D    2
Commander D

This one's honestly not that hard to do, it's a matter of getting the right team to do it since Miyamoto and his team cannot handle the series at all.

Miyamoto was never a writer but more so one of those "art" people. An ideas guy to say the least

  • Make the manga book that was exclusive to Japans copies of Adventures available as to not confuse people to why Falco isnt present. There may be a translation but an official release would help
  • Follow the ending to this by making the mission of Adventures entirely freelance, Pepper is not involved
  • Instead of Fox being the only one to land, everyone else does
  • They all get ambushed, Fox and everyone are completely separated upon capture
  • Fox gets rescued by Krystal, from there they both work together to;
  • Stop General Scales
  • Return the spirits, in this case the planet isnt breaking apart but they still play a role
  • Save Slippy, ROB, and Peppy. Also liberate the great fox
  • Find something of value to be able to repair the great fox
  • Fox and Krystal have their own abilities that play a role for each area, think Portrait of Ruin if it emphasized on solving things with their abilities
  • Fox and Krystals relationship actually builds up as things go along, with some info of the two you probably would like to hear such as her origins or Fox telling her about his father.
  • Falco returns after a certain point, he doesnt get captured but he wonders how everyone got into this situation. He could be another character to use.
  • The final boss as it was supposed to be is Fox and Krystal taking Scales down, though should it be mandatory the last part will occur
  • Krystal joins Fox in the end, the buildup being much more smoother than it was in the original
  • Andross can still be here, but his revival should be executed differently. If he was resurrected in the manga then something like black magic could be done here. Anyway if they had to put him in, then at least build up to it. An example would be is to have a witch who learns of him when examining Fox when he gets captured again. At that point when Scales dies, she steps in as essentially the real final boss who then uses him after sacrificing herself upon defeat. Take a guess what game did this sort of thing

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