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Expanding Visual Storytelling - Official Discussion Thread

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The varied Fort and Keep textures should really allow for a varied world with different feeling areas.

WTB Swamp/Volcanic parcels with the Darkened Stone Keeps.


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34 minutes ago, APE said:

Still wondering why the gods want us standing in circles so we get points.

Do you know how much this "Ritual Devotion" is actually common in many religions.  In other news, conquest in the honor of the gods, technically... that's a normal thing too.

.. It just doesn't have much depth or feeling to it.

35 minutes ago, APE said:

Having different skins/textures is considered storytelling or am I missing something?

You're more focused on the word "Storytelling" than "Visual".  The whole thing was about "places that show a history".  Not about stories we are actually contributing too.


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2 hours ago, Lanie said:

It just doesn't have much depth or feeling to it.

Exactly.

2 hours ago, Lanie said:

You're more focused on the word "Storytelling" than "Visual".  The whole thing was about "places that show a history".  Not about stories we are actually contributing too.

I understand, just seems like a hyped up way to say thing are adding a bit of atmosphere backdrop to the worlds. Which every game ever has had. Bring it on, but it's still lacking the typical RPG layers that make for a rich experience. Which I'm fine with, honestly have little care about lore/story. I'd rather have interesting systems to play with (not standing in circles).

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