When I went to college decades ago there weren't classes in game development. It was mainly IT and Comp Sci nerds wanting to play D&D somewhere and they came up with ways to do it.
the Degrees I ended up having under my belt were music theory, business management, english literature, database...
Those air fryers are AWESOME. My mother got tired of me setting off alarms every week when my cooking gets too lit ^_^ so she ordered one and I put on 30 pounds in a month frying EVERYTHING. XD
It used to take me 3 hours to cook dinner for Mom. Now it's an hour. I also use a rice cooker too...
Well dang bulk of my purchases were in 2013 and I just had an HD crash and my main backup drive got zapped in the process :/ so I have to rebuy all that >_< I'm not always on here due to work always keeping me busy... >_> well, here's to more projects so i can afford them again ^_^'
I mainly write my own scripts (vxa) and plugins (mv). But if I don't need to reinvent the wheel I use yanfly, some.random.dude (I can't remember how he spells his handle sorry!), Khaz, Tsukihime, mr bubble... thats off the top of my head. There's others I use snippets of - I'll have to find the...
I do it all the time XD
Find a game guide or play through and take notes.
Slap it together.
Flex the coding muscles.
Have fun drawing stuff.
I primarily give my clone projects to my gamer mother.
She enjoys new games to play and I enjoy the exercise.
To me it's not a waste of time.
I guess it depends on your base language and how difficult it would be to enunciate? Or how many languages you know and refer to for pronunciation?
To me Midna rolls easier than Midina. Lol preferences I suppose.
I know 5 languages my sister knows 13. I tend to fall on Japanese style enuciation...
Im trying to figure out how to make a mp draining skill heal hp instead by using just the formula box. I'm probably over thinking it and after a week i can't get it working.
Am i overlooking something?