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I started reading a while back, but just have not had the time to to sit and read the whole thing, due to school (had to take a summer class before the current semester began) and rl in general.
Procedural generation aside, there must be other features worthy of inclusion in the future, outside of what is already done, be it mods or engine additions.
Procedural generation was used for Oblivion's map. It didn't work that well. This. As drummyfish said, a generated map might be a good start to build upon, but not a good final product. I thought the only think that was procedurally generated in Oblivion was small things like grass, and everything ...
I watched a documentary on the history of the Elder Scrolls franchise today. It mentioned when it was talking about Morrowind how grand the original concept was. This documentary was inspired by the video author's interview with Julian Jensen, the "Father of the Elder Scrolls" (interview linked belo...
Because people are speculating where TES VI will take place. Yet no one seems to have considered the whole continent, regardless of how good or bad the idea is. Its not a suggestion of what they should do, its a theory of what could happen.
- 10 Jun 2018, 18:53
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- Topic: Microsoft Buys Github for $7.5 Billion
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Yes, it's sad but your brother is right, most people don't give a crap about open source. That's why it's important for open source projects and their communities to care for it. The day that open source projects start not giving a crap themselves will be the end of the free software movement. Nowa...