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2010 & Blogging Again
Written by Ross   
Monday, 01 February 2010 16:19

Yeah... quite a while since I last blogged. In fairness, Christmas was mostly for scripting and portfolio assignments, but we haven't been slacking on the team project front either! The levels are basically done, with only a couple of optimisation and aesthetic changes to be made, and they're looking pretty good in my opinion. I made the mage's tower basement, filled with mystical artefacts and historical debris for the bard character to talk about.

Speaking of which, the next milestone is scripting, as in both story scripting and logic scripting. I'll probably be carrying on with the mage tower level, scripting that up for Samuel the bard to wax lyrical about the world narrative. It makes sense, seeing as I designed and made that level, and I wrote a lot of the world narrative, so it'll all fit together nicely.

Of course, that's not set in stone - we'll be discussing exactly what's happening next meeting. This milestone is being headed by me, being the team's sort of scripting specialist, and I don't forsee any real problems on the logical scripting side, not for the kind of things we want to accomplish. The story scripting will be harder, as it needs to be spot on for our narrative-based NPCs especially, but we have several good writers in the team, so this shouldn't be a massive headache either.

Alright, that's enough from me, see you all next meeting!

- Ross

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