Fiery is an unlockable fire-snowperson who is unlocked after defeating the final boss of the Early Access release, the Nameless Maiden. You then obtain a key and have to go back to the Ancient Machine where Fiery is trapped.
Appearance and DifferencesEdit
Willie is a rounded male snowperson with black dots for eyes. he has no visible hair and is quite plain.
Annie is very similar to Willie, but with a slimmer phisique, and two small ponytails. The small bangs on the front of her head are animated upon walking, unlike Willie with no other animations aside from his normal walking and running.
Willie and Annie are exactly the same in terms of abilities and stats, and are only different in appearance.
Fiery is an orange-red male who is slimmer than Willie. He has red eyebrows, and his hair is always on fire.
Fiery is a much different character in his stats, having his magic abilities being fire-based, which deals extra damage instead of slowing down enemies. Additionally, Fiery's dying heart is red instead of blue.
Tony is the biggest character in the game. He has a big stomach and special abilities. Tony is unlocked from the start of the game and as such has no requirements to unlock. His heart is blue.
Alice is the thinnest character in the game. She has short hair. She has special melee abilities. Alice is unlocked at the start of the game just like Tony. Her heart is blue.
In addition, the player has 2-10 blue crystal-esque shapes beneath the Experience bar which show the player's Mana. Mana is used whenever the player uses a skill (acquired from the Leveling Tree) and can be rejuvenated overtime or the player can use items (such as the ice rose or mana potion) to gain their mana back.
The player can recover their health from sitting still next to a Campfire or Fire Pit whilst lit, or the player can eat certain foods. The red ring and the rabbit pet also provide healing abilities as long as they are equipped.
- Fiery's base body temperature is 451 degrees, unlike the standard 50 degrees of the other characters. This may be in reference to Ray Bradbury's book Fahrenheit 451, though not proven.