there were many types of enemies but i couldnt notice the difference in behaviour, and i alos had many types of attacks which apparently were useless beside the fire one, don't take my personal point of view as a global fact, maybe i was just too stupid to understand your game
I'll break the enemies down for you:
The brown ones rush at you
the blue ones don't care about you, but when you get close they shoot lightning
the red ones start murdering other enemies when they see you
The other "attacks" are obviosly useless... When you're going for the bad ending. To get the good ending, you need not a single enemy to die during a run. To know that, you need to pay a little bit of attention during the bad ending and ask yourself - why are there those seemingly useless spells?
You've had the clues before you the whole time.
And once you start trying to get the good ending... Let's say the explosion spell becomes the least useful all of a sudden.
it all make sense now, I guess i just didn't give it the time it deserves!
that was smartly done, all I can suggest is to make "all what you said above" abit more clear inside the game
It's in the spirit of roguelikes to have secrets, but I think the ending guy nagging you about your killings, and the whole fact that the game is suspiciously easy to get through should hint at the pacifist route. But you may be right, I may have made this too criptic for jam standards.
Thanks a lot for the discussion!