by UnknownHobbit
This is a roleplaying game developed with the intent of recreating Generations. [More]

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Date added: Mar 27
Last updated: Jul 26
Last played: Aug 8
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This is a roleplaying game developed with the intent of recreating Generations, originally created by Liens. As a tribute, the previous description is included.

"This is a Roleplaying game for all the people who are treated unfairly on other Roleplaying games and people who want to have a fun time.

This game will never have any coded admins, (admins that are hard coded into the game, who usually come in and disrupt things even more than the players that admins protect against), except the owner.

NeoHaxor - For his hard work on the drunken speech lib.
Rock - For the original human base icon.
Kaitsuru - Big thanks for major help with the clothing and some blast icons!"

Liens - For creating the original Generations.
Spirit Punch - Iconning and graphical assets, without his continued assistance, this may not have been immediately possible.
The community - The support from the current members of this community has been integral in the game's development, of which they are appreciated.


Iuri77: (Nov 25, 7:30 am)
For real
RandomLightsaberuser: (Nov 1, 7:24 am)
starting to think this is just a troll move to get people hyped about somthing that will never come out
RandomLightsaberuser: (Jul 31, 10:46 pm)
O_O -stares in shock- .. a.. are.. you realy morbid?..or is this a hoax!?
Morbidgrace: (Jul 31, 10:38 am)
But In Liens' defense, he made the best dbz game ever. (then ran it like a Nazi ofc. then took it away like the soup Nazi, ofc.)
Morbidgrace: (Jul 31, 10:35 am)
Generations was just a project Liens was using to prove that he's autistic.

Autism is a developmental disorder characterized by troubles with social interaction and communication and by restricted and repetitive behavior. Parents usually notice signs in the first two or three years of their child's life. These signs often develop gradually, though some children with autism reach their developmental milestones at a normal pace and then worsen.