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Tyler Warren RPG Battlers

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Any project use is fine, whether it's in a game engine, or print media even.  I've had some people say they wanted to make a tabletop game and use the images and that is fine.

Yes, that sounds fine.

Thank you!  I hope you find good use for them in a fun project, keep me posted.

For all purchased assets, no credit is required.  

If, however, you desire to credit me, any method you choose is fine.


As you've described it, yes, that would be fine to use as an artwork within your game that then is turned to NFT as a part of the game.  I would only object to someone simply taking my art, turning into NFTs and doing nothing else.   This makes me think I should add language to this affect in my TERMS OF USE, so no one is confused.  Thanks for the heads up.


Yes, they are all .png files, so could easily be used with lots of engines.

These are static monsters, and do not include animations.

Print projects are fine, as long as you aren't just reselling a print version of the monsters.  Direct reselling of them is not allowed, but if they are a part of a game, or cover, or book, etc, then that is fine.

Cheers back to you,
Those battlers mentioned were original monsters not based on TF monsters.  Partly because I had some items to throw in and partly because I was still targeting the "50" number and needed some fillers.  Jason has made a few monster sprites from my guys in the past (because he is an awesome guy), but I don't know that we'll see those listed come to life.  Never hurts to ask (or commission him).  I think most of the battlers are from only two of his packs (TF Monsters and TF Mythical Monsters), I didn't realize it at the time, but Mythical Monsters is a Patron exclusive, but I really liked the characters in it and wanted to draw them.  And I may have snuck in a few that match monsters he created on Patron.  When I get some time, I think you're right it's worth making sure the description is as accurate as possible.  Thanks.

It does not include matches to the goblins, but that is something I have been considering for a next project.

Will definitely pick this up at some point.  Love your work, as always.

Thanks!  I am definitely considering more backgrounds.  Trying to give this pack a little time.

That looks fantastic!  I'll share it on my Patreon too.

I say “yes” in due time.  Testing the waters with these backgrounds to gauge interest.  It’s a bit of a departure from what I specialize in.


Thanks!  Been pretty suck so far, but feeling mildly better today.

MZ, MV, VX ACE, and really any of them.

Lol, I know right.  I showed the white knight version to Jason to see if he'd make a "real" one  and he hinted that it gave him an idea.  So we'll see.  

Interesting, I don't know specifically why it would do that, I double checked the .zip files to be sure the images are in there and used the import option within MZ, everything worked for me.  You can always just find the folders for enemies and copy the images you want into it directly into it (outside MZ.  So the default folder would be:  
Documents - RMMZ - [Your Project's Name] - img - enemies
Documents - RMMZ - [Your Project's Name] - img - sv_enemies

You should copy all the images you want to use into those folders (respectively) and they will show up in the enemies list.  My only other thought is if you already have a file named the same thing it may reject the import...I don't know if it overrides or keeps originals on import.
Hope this helps.  Good luck.

That's actually a really good idea, but I did not think of that when I was creating them.  They simply match the available NES palette.

Thanks, yes I'm looking to add more zones, so that can be one for me to work on.

Fantastic!  Thanks.  I plan to add more over time to this pack, so keep me posted on what additional environments/biomes  you'd like to see.

Sure, that's fine.

Yes, we've been at it for a while, just released 8 more a few days ago.  Patrons also can have access to an "exclusive" pack that has resources not found elsewhere.  come check me out at

Ah, yes they are RM only.  depending what you're looking for you can modify any battlebacks basically the same way.  I've used some of Joel's backgrounds in different projects as well  Looking through the RM storefront battlebacks is definitely a thin offering and some are RM only.  Maybe I need to make some of my own :)

Great idea, and already something on my to-do list

Good question.  The backgrounds are from other creators.  The preview images actually use RPg Maker MV RTP backgrounds that were "pixel-ized" using a program called "pixatool" which is available on itch.  there are a handful of background creators out there (I love Tokiwa Graphics backgrounds) and if you use consistent palette and pixel-ization rate it matches really well.  I should probably build a little tutorial... 


Yes, they are ok for use in a print project.  Many thanks for being credited/linked/etc.

Celestrium,   thanks so much for the support!  You make a great point about facesets.  When I originally built the pixel-style packs I was thinking of them as a catch up for those who already had the original base packs, not realizing some might skip those and grab the pixel ones only.  Since then, I began incorporating the "pixel-style" into the base packs themselves, so that people would have every option in a single pack purchase going forward (7th 50 and 8th 50 are built this way).  It will take quite a bit of work to make "pixel-style" matching facesets for the pixel-style packs, but I'm adding it to my to-do list, because you're right that is missing.    

Great idea, I'll keep that in mind when we make our next set.

Yes, if you shoot me an email I can send it.  I had uploaded it to logspec at one point, not sure if that took.  Also, it's an unofficial palette, but works nonetheless.

A year later, but just released another pack of 50 black and white monsters.  Check them out at

Thanks for the compliment, all of them are static at the moment, long term future project to include animations, but that's a far ways off for now.

Yes it does!  

Absolutely, edit away, make them more fun/custom and have at it.  My assets are credit free as well, so no need to worry about that.  Also if you make something cool, let me know and I'll try to share it with others.

Good question, these are static  images.

Files are .png and they are usable in a board game, that would be awesome.  If you want to print them, there is a full resolution file for each monster, would recommend using it to print.

Good question.  Only the monsters that appear in the screenshots are part of the asset packs, the other parts of the images (background/heroes/GUI, etc.) are from other sources, mostly RPG Maker's defaults.

Yes, no restrictions.  All assets purchased through are royalty free and are usable in any engine without limitations.  Enjoy and when you make something awesome let me know!