Monthly Archives: April 2014

Utilizing Talent, Working at Ability, Despairing Over Both, and LEARNING FROM IT

Here’s the general breakdown of talent in our house: Me: writing, worldbuilding, drawing, languages, cooking Husband: programming, music composition, editing, technical writing, cooking So we kind of ended up breaking down “Nikria’s Menace” work into well, the stuff we each … Continue reading

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More on Immersion: NPCs and the Players They (Sort-of) Know

Currently, I’ve been thinking about NPCs and interaction with the Player. My husband and I have been discussing immersion and gaming a lot these days – mostly because of actual gaming, to be honest, but it’s bled over in my … Continue reading

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Empires, Theft, and Just Wandering Around Picking Stuff Up

The fact that Elder Scrolls Online has finally come out of beta reminded me of one of my favorite things about gaming: picking stuff up. ¬†It’s something that I’ve seen done in different ways in different¬†games – in Terraria, for … Continue reading

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Empires, Theft, and Just Wandering Around Picking Stuff Up

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