First Shot is an role-playing game/third person shooter umbrella title created by PabloDePablo (Talk). It is a companion game to Ad Infistitum, taking place in the same universe and acting as part of the overall story shared between the games.
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First Shot is a combination of a role-playing game and a third person shooter, with gameplay divided into Day and Night segments, each lasting 15 real-time minutes. During the Day segment, players can level up the stats of their characters, buy items, recruit new characters, and play minigames. During the Night segment, the game shifts into a third-person shooter, with you and a group of 3 other characters facing waves of enemies.
All characters have three stats, which range in points from one to three - Agility determines movement speed, Strength determines the amount of damage they can deal, and Stamina determines base health and how fast it recharges. Each character also has an archetype, which determines their skills, influences stat growth, and what weapons they start with. Rangers use rifles and shotguns and are focused on close-range combat, Snipers use long-range weapons and tend to be frail, Soldiers have all-around stats and weapons, and Support use assorted weapons, usually dealing indirect damage, in exchange for the ability to heal allies.
Eldritch Shade of Blue is the game's story mode and the focus of the game, featuring the default gameplay.
Horde is another gamemode, featuring shortened Day and Night segments. Horde can last as long as the player wants it to, and is available in multiplayer as well, allowing a group of four players to play one session.
Deathmatch is a pure shooter mode available in both singleplayer and multiplayer variants. A team of four faces off against four balanced versions of the game's bosses, with the first team to 50 kills winning.
Happy Life in Armageddon is the basic opposite of Deathmatch, focusing solely on the RPG elements. It adds some elements such as Supports to make it more full as a mode, and it is available only in singleplayer.
Story: An Eldritch Shade of Blue
An Eldritch Shade of Blue is the story mode of First Shot. It takes place primarily in Fortress Maximus as the survivors of a mysterious apocalypse brought on by a blue being in the sky attempt to survive, get along, and discover what caused the being to appear.
|Mami Tomoe||A powerful magical girl who defends innocent people from Witches, Mami Tomoe is a role model for the new recruits, Sayaka and Madoka, not letting them know that she's very lonely. She can use her precision rifles for massive damage and has above-average ability due to her magical nature.||Ranger|
|Dipper Pines||Dipper's a kid who's spending the summer in the mysterious town of Gravity Falls. He's not much of a fighter, but he's intelligent, something helped by the strange book labeled '3' which gives him knowledge of several creatures. He can summon several of the beings of Gravity Falls, such as Manotaurs, the Multibear, and Gnomes to fight for him.||Support|
|Scout||Straight outta 2fort, it's Scout, the speedy shooter! He can use a variety of weapons, ranging from his bat to Bonk! Atomic Punch to a scattergun, but he's extremely fragile. He can also call for dispensers, which act as temporary shields and can be picked up to be used as a makeshift melee weapon.||Soldier|
|Noble Six||A Spartan-III deployed during the Fall of Reach who ensured the survival of humanity through his actions, and one of the only two soldiers to ever be classified as 'hyper-lethal' by the UNSC. He can use a sniper rifle and plasma grenades to fight, and if he survives long enough, he can use the powerful Target Locator to call in artillery strikes on his foes.||Sniper|
|Elite Zealot||A generic Elite commander, the Zealot is an overly-religious Sanghelli trooper who has been picked by the High Prophets to be some of the highest ranking officers in the Covenant. This particular one makes use of the beam-shooting Focus Rifle, an energy sword, and even an explosive Concussion Rifle.||Ranger|
|Iron Man||When Tony Stark was injured during what was supposed to be a normal weapons presentation, he created a suit of armor and became the crime-fighting Iron Man. He can use the suit's boosters to fly, fire off repulsor beams and missiles, and use JARVIS to increase his radar range temporarily.||Soldier|
|Inkling||One of the several Inkling kids fighting in a turf war across an ambiguous city. She can rapidly fire ink with her gun, toss ink bombs and use a paint roller, or even become a squid to swim through the ink she's splattered!||Soldier|
|Haruko Haruhara||A mysterious girl from space who claims she's part of an intergalactic police force, and is searching for the Pirate King, Atomsk. She can ride on her Vespa or toss it around, and her iconic Rickenbacker 4001 is her primary weapon, with poor range and high damage.||Ranger|
|Kamen Rider Zangetsu-Shin||At the head of Yggdrasill Corporation's research department is Takatora Kureshima, who was instrumental in ensuring their plan to save humanity through the use of Sengoku Drivers would work. However, as things grew increasingly complicated by innocents becoming Armored Riders, he used the data collected by the new users to create a newer, more powerful Driver. As Zangetsu-Shin, he's the most balanced Energy Rider, and he can use his Sonic Arrow to shoot or slash.||Soldier|
|Kamen Rider Duke||Ryoma Sengoku, inventor of Yggdrasill's Drivers, eventually joined the war of Riders to test out his own strength and collect more data on his fellow Riders. Under the alias of Kamen Rider Duke, he uses the Lemon Energy Lockseed to great effect, having amazing strength but lacking in agility. His Sonic Arrow fires highly explosive shots, making him more destructive than his allies in several ways.||Sniper|
|Kamen Rider Malika||Yoko Minato is the loyal bodyguard and assistant of Ryoma, who seems to have mysterious ambitions involving her fellow Riders. While her base attack power is lower than the other Energy Riders, she makes up for it with amazing agility and prowess in martial arts. Peach Energy Arms allows her to use her Sonic Arrow as a snaring device, trapping enemies so she can more effectively shoot them down.||Support|
|Kamen Rider Sigurd||A mysterious Lockseed dealer known as Sid, who played a crucial role in setting up the Rider war by providing Drivers and Lockseeds. Eventually he became an Energy Rider, but his own craving for the Fruit of Knowledge caused his eventual demise at the hands of an Overlord Inves. He's one of the strongest Riders, but his agility and health are fairly average - to make up for this, his Sonic Arrow can create cherry maces made of light to smash enemies around.||Ranger|
|Octomug||A strange octopus-themed mug given sentience by the sudden apocalypse. Its origins are strange, and despite its silence and inability to emote, it gives off an aura of dread to all who oppose it. While Octomug may not seem like much, he can use small-scale bursts of pure blue apocalyptic energy at the cost of some health, or become a living coffee cannon.||Soldier|
|Mechawhale||One of the most massive fighters in the game and a warrior for the protection of Earth. Upon revealing their psychic powers, the whale race joined forces with humanity to defend the world from aliens, with humanity developing special mechsuits filled with weapons. He's extremely slow, but he has mammoth strength and is near-invincible to the average weapon.||Soldier|
|Reptflux||One of the strange beings known as Titans, hailing from another world. Despite its incredible strength, it is only a weakened imitation of the true being. His abilities including turning into a shield or a spider, firing off blasts of energy, and summoning his fellow Titans briefly for combo attacks.||Soldier|
|Samus Aran||An intergalactic bounty hunter who has saved countless species and planets from destruction and destroyed some herself. She's a bit clunky, but she can roll up as a Morph Ball and use a wide variety of beams and missiles to take down any tough enemy in her way.||Soldier|
|Princess Bubblegum||A somewhat mad scientist and the eternal ruler of the Candy Kingdom, Peebles has a lot to deal with between helping Lady Rainicorn save her hubby from evil hearts to defeating an army of candy zombies. Luckily, she has her Ball Blam Burglerber to shoot enemies, and she can toss around vials of chemicals for different effects on her foes.||Support|
|Betty||A scientist and the fiance of Simon Petrikov, also known as the Ice King. Though she was presumed dead, due to either her now-crazed fiance or the Mushroom War, but she actually came 1000 years into the future due to a time portal. She's not very strong, but she can beat up enemies and use a simplified version of her own time-space ritual to slow down time around her enemies, making it easier for her to beat 'em up!||Ranger|
|Grimlock||The leader of an Autobot elite force who was captured and rebuilt by Shockwave, Grimlock is low on intelligence, and high on brute power. He can use his Energon sword, wrestle with enemies, or transform into a t-rex, giving him the ability to ram into enemies or breath white-hot Energon flames.||Ranger|
|Mort||A connoisseur of anime and avid enemy of most things in his town, Mort isn't very strong, but he can flip up tables to use as shields, and he's armed with a precision disc launcher full of top-notch anime classics like Cardcaptor Sakura, Naruto Nite Schooling, and - WHO PUT LOONEY TOONS IN MY DISC LAUNCHER GET OUT OF MY MOM'S HOUSE RIGHT NOW.||Sniper|
|TOM||The Toonami Operations Module, also known as TOM, is basically the coolest robot in space. He's got a long history of broadcasting the best of animated action, but now he's on the battlefield himself. He can use built-in blasters, trap enemies in Intruder goop, and use Sara to generate platforms and shields.||Soldier|