STELLAVANITY - Prelude to the Destined Calamity -

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STELLAVANITY - Prelude to the Destined Calamity -

STELLAVANITY - Prelude to the Destined Calamity - released in 2012 by Feathered Ether. The game has undergone changes since the release of its demo in addition to a number of update updates. The current version 1.22D was released in 2013. The game features 2 characters each with a easy to learn type and a complex type. There are six difficult modes. Unique to the game is the ability to rank up in a run making patterns harder and adding suicide bullets.


Gameplay Overview

The gameplay overview section starts out with the controls of the game, including all of the buttons used and what they're used for. It's recommended to keep the control layout simple and easy to understand. Feel free to note the directions that the player can move as well, if you wish or if it's notable (horizontal only, 4 way, 8 way, analog, etc). Advanced and strategic ways of manipulating the controls can be included in a following Strategy section, or wherever that information might be the most relevant.

Controls


Controls are distinguished by type. Controls can be remapped. This description uses the default keyboard controls.

Type-C Controls

  • Z: Fire
  • Space: Bomb
  • X (Tap): Discharge
  • X (Hold): Accelerated Hyper
  • F: Slowed movement button

Type-S Controls

  • Z: Fire
  • Space: Bomb
  • Space (Hold): Bomb Hyper
  • Assault: Toggles Assault, double tap to toggle auto-assault. Auto Assault is on by Default
  • A(Tap): Delayed Shift
  • A(Hold): Ethereal Shift
  • C: Blade.
  • F: Slowed movement button


Unlockable Secrets


This game has a shop and multiple TLBs based on rank.


Type-S Explanation

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  • 1: Delayed Shift Gauge. Require at least 50% to activate and will turn blue when you can activate it.
  • 2: Two gauges integral to scoring. The upper pink gauge increasing during Delayed Shift. The more it is filled up the more valuable cancelled gems will be. The lower green guage is the overkill combo. A higher number means you will score higher and it decreases with time.
  • 3: Lives
  • 4: Bombs
  • 5: Ethereal Shift Gauge, Requires at least 50% to activate and will turn yellow when you can activate it.
  • 6 Blade Gauge.
  • 7: The Characters stats
  • 8+9+10: Aspect of the UI that displayed additional information about the run. Can be bought in the shop.

Type-S has a wide variety of tools to survive and score. You have your standard fire and focus fire. Two additional weapons are assault and blade.

Assault targets medium or large and then fire a homing shot on these enemies. Auto-assault is on by default, any enemy you fire at will get target by assault until it dies.

Blade is a short range melee attack. Pressing the button multiple times will be trigger a blade combo, this goes up to level 3. Large enemies and bosses at low hp can be raided. Raid by pressing the blade button and then your character will teleport in front of the enemy and execute a level 3 blade combo.

Type-S has 2 different shifts or hyper. All shifts can be cancelled at any point

Delayed Shift (kakusei). This shift spawns more enemies, slows all bullets on the screen and enemies start firing more bullets. Killing any enemy converts their bullets into gems.

A Counter shift is an aspect to the Delayed Shift. During any stage you absorb bullets charging up the Counter Shift and increasing its level. When Delayed shift runs out or is cancelled release an energy burst doing damage and clearing bullets in an area around the player. Damage and area increases with Counter Shift level. During boss fight the Counter Shift charges up whilst in Delayed Shift and will always clear the entire screen of bullets.

Ethereal Shift powers up the blade and the assault. Assault never stops firing and cannot be turned off during this shift. The blade gauge will also be filled up allowing the player to spam the blade. During Ethereal Shift a lot more enemies will spawn. These enemies spawn from an independent wave based on how long you've been in Ethereal Shift.

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This section should include the characters or ships, if any, that the player can select in the game. Ideally, different "styles" (for games that use them, such as DoDonPachi) would also be included here.

If there is only one playable character and no elements to augment/customize your ship, this section can be omitted from the page.

Weapons


This section describes the weapons that you use in the game and elaborates on them further. Stuff like standard shots, focus shots, bombs, weapon pickups that differ in functionality, options, etc. This can be omitted if not relevant to the game in question.

Items


This section describes any and all collectibles that you acquire in the game. An example being any Power Up items or Medals from Battle Garegga. Include secret items such as extra lives as well.

Rank


If the game features a relevant rank system, use this section to discuss it in more detail. Otherwise, this can be omitted.

Loops


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Scoring


This section should cover a general breakdown of the scoring system of the game. Feel free to put the meat and potatoes here. A great example of a scoring section is the DoDonPachi page.

Strategy

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This section details some particular strategic information about the game and its gameplay, such as hidden 1UPs and some basic scoring tricks. For anything particularly deep or highly complex, you can probably leave it in the Strategy page.

(Currently evaluating whether or not this specific section should even include information outside of the separated Strategy pages. Worth thinking about as a community.)


Story

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Development History

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Trivia

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Gallery

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