HAHA I’ve been wanting to make these for a long time. I made two of my favorite Youtubers, who probably sparked my interest in Mother 3 with their playthrough, riding with the Save Frog driving his car. There was a bit in their playthrough where they freak out about it (well mostly Jirard haha). They’re both basically the same model but I altered the textures and altered Alex’s hair slightly.
Hey, your last post about the frog sounded great, but I don't get what you mean about using templates? Could you explain?
In D&D 3.5 and pathfinder (and maybe other editions but I’m less familiar with them) monsters that are more a change then a creature of their own are made as “templates”- a set of attributes/powers/stuff you add to a monster.
For example, if you have a vampire, you don’t make “a vampire”. You make a normal character and give it all the vampire powers.
So, you take a frog, and then give it the vampire powers, then the lich powers, then the half-demon powers, then the giant monster powers, then…
And then you have a super-frog for the players to fight!
I hope this properly explains why my joke is hilarious!