- Sep 22, 2021
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Anyone knows how it works? Do they all, like, have just a city to write characters for, or something?
Do they all, like, have just a city to write characters for, or something?
The way you're mentally dividing up what needs to be written seems unusual Like, as far as "a city" or "the sewer" goes, there's fairly little actual writing involved in that stuff."And you will be doing... the sewer in FF12"
Balthier, Fran and Vaan escape on Balthier's hoverbike, but the Goddess's Magicite Vaan had pilfered from the treasury saps the bike's skystone of power and they crash-land into the Garamsythe Waterway, the city's sewer system that was exposed during the attack from Ifrit.
Though Balthier still wants Vaan's treasure, the three decide on a temporary truce as they look for a way out of the sewers. They meet the leader of the Resistance, Amalia, separated from her companion Vossler, retreating through the sewers after the failed attack on the Consul.
Is it... just me that spends hours on the story, then? I usually write a lot of dialogue on one page, then self-switch to a page of a single line, or so... I remember spending hours talking to people in mainstream games too, though...
A lot of people like RPGs because they enjoy stories, good or interesting characters, etc. Whether they enjoy your writing is another matter entirely.I just like writing a lot (it may be the reason why no one wants to play it...) - even if there aren't conditionals etc... also, more dialogue after some switches are triggered, of course... always liked going to previous towns to see what characters say newly...
As a distinct measurement of time, no, it's not just you. But it depends on how much you're getting accomplished in those hours.Is it... just me that spends hours on the story, then?