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wow, it's been awhile in SubTerra
Warrior
Member # 1320
Profile #8
PLEASE post a link to one of these windows emulators you're all talking about. I need this!

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-Step aside, worthy adversary!
-T'is but a scratch!
-A scratch! Your arms off!
(pause)
-I've had worse!
-You liar!
-C'mon, you pansy!
(Fighting continues.)
-Allright. We'll call it a draw then.
-Oh I see. Running away are we? You yellow bastard! Come back here and take whats coming for you! I'll bite your legs off!

"You know that you've played Halo 2 to much when you sit down for dinner, pick your fork up, look at the knife, and in the corner of your vision, you see *Press X to pick up Press Y to dual wield*"
Posts: 182 | Registered: Monday, June 17 2002 07:00
Death to Anama!!! in The Avernum Trilogy
Warrior
Member # 1320
Profile #24
Sure, the Anama suck. But they've got a point. Magic is way to dangerous for just about anyone to learn and use. At the very least they should not let anyone use magic without proper tutoring. Although this might lead to some of the chaos portrayed in the Wheel of Time series by Robert Jordan.

Anyway, I was too moral to rob the Anama. I just didn't join them(well, once, when I had a four-priest party).

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-Step aside, worthy adversary!
-T'is but a scratch!
-A scratch! Your arms off!
(pause)
-I've had worse!
-You liar!
-C'mon, you pansy!
(Fighting continues.)
-Allright. We'll call it a draw then.
-Oh I see. Running away are we? You yellow bastard! Come back here and take whats coming for you! I'll bite your legs off!

"You know that you've played Halo 2 to much when you sit down for dinner, pick your fork up, look at the knife, and in the corner of your vision, you see *Press X to pick up Press Y to dual wield*"
Posts: 182 | Registered: Monday, June 17 2002 07:00
If you could meet one person off this board.. in General
Warrior
Member # 1320
Profile #34
I'd meet Alorael. I like his twisted sense of humour...

I'd bet ya 50 bucks nobody'll want to meet me...

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-Step aside, worthy adversary!
-T'is but a scratch!
-A scratch! Your arms off!
(pause)
-I've had worse!
-You liar!
-C'mon, you pansy!
(Fighting continues.)
-Allright. We'll call it a draw then.
-Oh I see. Running away are we? You yellow bastard! Come back here and take whats coming for you! I'll bite your legs off!

"You know that you've played Halo 2 to much when you sit down for dinner, pick your fork up, look at the knife, and in the corner of your vision, you see *Press X to pick up Press Y to dual wield*"
Posts: 182 | Registered: Monday, June 17 2002 07:00
Extracting graphics from Odyssey tLoN in General
Warrior
Member # 1320
Profile #4
Man, thanks alot! I haven't tried it yet, but I will first thing in the morning.

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-Step aside, worthy adversary!
-T'is but a scratch!
-A scratch! Your arms off!
(pause)
-I've had worse!
-You liar!
-C'mon, you pansy!
(Fighting continues.)
-Allright. We'll call it a draw then.
-Oh I see. Running away are we? You yellow bastard! Come back here and take whats coming for you! I'll bite your legs off!

"You know that you've played Halo 2 to much when you sit down for dinner, pick your fork up, look at the knife, and in the corner of your vision, you see *Press X to pick up Press Y to dual wield*"
Posts: 182 | Registered: Monday, June 17 2002 07:00
ResEdit in Blades of Avernum Editor
Warrior
Member # 1320
Profile #4
Right, sorry, it works now. Must have been some temporal bug in the system... Thanks Alot!

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-Step aside, worthy adversary!
-T'is but a scratch!
-A scratch! Your arms off!
(pause)
-I've had worse!
-You liar!
-C'mon, you pansy!
(Fighting continues.)
-Allright. We'll call it a draw then.
-Oh I see. Running away are we? You yellow bastard! Come back here and take whats coming for you! I'll bite your legs off!

"You know that you've played Halo 2 to much when you sit down for dinner, pick your fork up, look at the knife, and in the corner of your vision, you see *Press X to pick up Press Y to dual wield*"
Posts: 182 | Registered: Monday, June 17 2002 07:00
ResEdit in Blades of Avernum
Warrior
Member # 1320
Profile #4
Right, sorry, it works now. Must have been some temporal bug in the system... Thanks Alot!

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-Step aside, worthy adversary!
-T'is but a scratch!
-A scratch! Your arms off!
(pause)
-I've had worse!
-You liar!
-C'mon, you pansy!
(Fighting continues.)
-Allright. We'll call it a draw then.
-Oh I see. Running away are we? You yellow bastard! Come back here and take whats coming for you! I'll bite your legs off!

"You know that you've played Halo 2 to much when you sit down for dinner, pick your fork up, look at the knife, and in the corner of your vision, you see *Press X to pick up Press Y to dual wield*"
Posts: 182 | Registered: Monday, June 17 2002 07:00
Extracting graphics from Odyssey tLoN in General
Warrior
Member # 1320
Profile #2
I don't think its evil since the game is free now. Its not like I'm ripping off some bigshot company by making money on their graphics. This is for a scenario that is actually supposed to make people play that game!

There is a file called "Graphics" which i opened using Graphic Converter, but theres only the interface there, not the actual monsters and weapons.

[ Thursday, August 11, 2005 12:34: Message edited by: :Slash: ]

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-Step aside, worthy adversary!
-T'is but a scratch!
-A scratch! Your arms off!
(pause)
-I've had worse!
-You liar!
-C'mon, you pansy!
(Fighting continues.)
-Allright. We'll call it a draw then.
-Oh I see. Running away are we? You yellow bastard! Come back here and take whats coming for you! I'll bite your legs off!

"You know that you've played Halo 2 to much when you sit down for dinner, pick your fork up, look at the knife, and in the corner of your vision, you see *Press X to pick up Press Y to dual wield*"
Posts: 182 | Registered: Monday, June 17 2002 07:00
Extracting graphics from Odyssey tLoN in General
Warrior
Member # 1320
Profile #0
Does anyone has the slightest clue as to how I would get about extracting game graphics from Odysse the Legend of Nemesis? I can't find any solution except making a screen-capture and cutting out the neccessary parts.

EDIT: What I mean here is actually getting the weapons and monsters out of the game, not the interface(this you can do using Graphic Converter)

[ Thursday, August 11, 2005 11:43: Message edited by: :Slash: ]

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-Step aside, worthy adversary!
-T'is but a scratch!
-A scratch! Your arms off!
(pause)
-I've had worse!
-You liar!
-C'mon, you pansy!
(Fighting continues.)
-Allright. We'll call it a draw then.
-Oh I see. Running away are we? You yellow bastard! Come back here and take whats coming for you! I'll bite your legs off!

"You know that you've played Halo 2 to much when you sit down for dinner, pick your fork up, look at the knife, and in the corner of your vision, you see *Press X to pick up Press Y to dual wield*"
Posts: 182 | Registered: Monday, June 17 2002 07:00
ResEdit in Blades of Avernum Editor
Warrior
Member # 1320
Profile #2
All I get is an error. You sure you got the URL right?

Actually, you can just post a link to somewhere from where I can download it. You don't have to make it a direct link like that.

Thanks anyway, though.

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-Step aside, worthy adversary!
-T'is but a scratch!
-A scratch! Your arms off!
(pause)
-I've had worse!
-You liar!
-C'mon, you pansy!
(Fighting continues.)
-Allright. We'll call it a draw then.
-Oh I see. Running away are we? You yellow bastard! Come back here and take whats coming for you! I'll bite your legs off!

"You know that you've played Halo 2 to much when you sit down for dinner, pick your fork up, look at the knife, and in the corner of your vision, you see *Press X to pick up Press Y to dual wield*"
Posts: 182 | Registered: Monday, June 17 2002 07:00
ResEdit in Blades of Avernum
Warrior
Member # 1320
Profile #2
All I get is an error. You sure you got the URL right?

Actually, you can just post a link to somewhere from where I can download it. You don't have to make it a direct link like that.

Thanks anyway, though.

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-Step aside, worthy adversary!
-T'is but a scratch!
-A scratch! Your arms off!
(pause)
-I've had worse!
-You liar!
-C'mon, you pansy!
(Fighting continues.)
-Allright. We'll call it a draw then.
-Oh I see. Running away are we? You yellow bastard! Come back here and take whats coming for you! I'll bite your legs off!

"You know that you've played Halo 2 to much when you sit down for dinner, pick your fork up, look at the knife, and in the corner of your vision, you see *Press X to pick up Press Y to dual wield*"
Posts: 182 | Registered: Monday, June 17 2002 07:00
Wheel of Time in Blades of Avernum
Warrior
Member # 1320
Profile #27
As I see it, you have two choices:

1)You recreate the first book of WoT. This will be hard, as everyone before me pointed out. And it will also have to have a minimal amount of actual playing in it, considering that the player won't have any choice but to do as it is written in the book.

2)You make a side story. This is much easier, and gives both you and the player much more freedom.

If you go with the sidestory, you can choose any of the characters who disappear once in a while. Lan. One of the Forsaken. Verin Sedai, Cadsuane Sedai, or even Moriane(I know I didn't spell that right!) Sedai(She didn't die when she fell into the ter'angreal, but returned and is now working "undercover" to help Rand, without him knowin about it.)

Anyway, as for the help with scripts and artwork, you'll probably have to do most of the work yourself, at least for the former. And any special scripts that you need, you can probably just post the details somewhere on these boards, and a bunch of people will be ready to help you. Including me.

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-Step aside, worthy adversary!
-T'is but a scratch!
-A scratch! Your arms off!
(pause)
-I've had worse!
-You liar!
-C'mon, you pansy!
(Fighting continues.)
-Allright. We'll call it a draw then.
-Oh I see. Running away are we? You yellow bastard! Come back here and take whats coming for you! I'll bite your legs off!

"You know that you've played Halo 2 to much when you sit down for dinner, pick your fork up, look at the knife, and in the corner of your vision, you see *Press X to pick up Press Y to dual wield*"
Posts: 182 | Registered: Monday, June 17 2002 07:00
ResEdit in Blades of Avernum Editor
Warrior
Member # 1320
Profile #0
Can anyone post a link where I can download ResEdit?
It would help alot, since I can't spare the time searching for it...

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-Step aside, worthy adversary!
-T'is but a scratch!
-A scratch! Your arms off!
(pause)
-I've had worse!
-You liar!
-C'mon, you pansy!
(Fighting continues.)
-Allright. We'll call it a draw then.
-Oh I see. Running away are we? You yellow bastard! Come back here and take whats coming for you! I'll bite your legs off!

"You know that you've played Halo 2 to much when you sit down for dinner, pick your fork up, look at the knife, and in the corner of your vision, you see *Press X to pick up Press Y to dual wield*"
Posts: 182 | Registered: Monday, June 17 2002 07:00
ResEdit in Blades of Avernum
Warrior
Member # 1320
Profile #0
Can anyone post a link where I can download ResEdit?
It would help alot, since I can't spare the time searching for it...

--------------------
-Step aside, worthy adversary!
-T'is but a scratch!
-A scratch! Your arms off!
(pause)
-I've had worse!
-You liar!
-C'mon, you pansy!
(Fighting continues.)
-Allright. We'll call it a draw then.
-Oh I see. Running away are we? You yellow bastard! Come back here and take whats coming for you! I'll bite your legs off!

"You know that you've played Halo 2 to much when you sit down for dinner, pick your fork up, look at the knife, and in the corner of your vision, you see *Press X to pick up Press Y to dual wield*"
Posts: 182 | Registered: Monday, June 17 2002 07:00
Will Mac-BoA work on PC? in Tech Support
Warrior
Member # 1320
Profile #0
Will my BoA work on PC? I doubt it, since I bought it before the windows version came up, but I wanted to make sure. And if it doesn't, will I have to pay full price for a new game in order to play my BoA on the PC I'm gonna buy in a couple of weeks? Or will I get a discount or something?

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-Step aside, worthy adversary!
-T'is but a scratch!
-A scratch! Your arms off!
(pause)
-I've had worse!
-You liar!
-C'mon, you pansy!
(Fighting continues.)
-Allright. We'll call it a draw then.
-Oh I see. Running away are we? You yellow bastard! Come back here and take whats coming for you! I'll bite your legs off!

"You know that you've played Halo 2 to much when you sit down for dinner, pick your fork up, look at the knife, and in the corner of your vision, you see *Press X to pick up Press Y to dual wield*"
Posts: 182 | Registered: Monday, June 17 2002 07:00
Odyssey the legend of Nemesis in General
Warrior
Member # 1320
Profile #15
I'm gonna do it. A majority of those that have voted haven't heard of the game until now, so that will be my motivation. Anyway, I've allready started, and actually finished the first Vex Chamber(Trickier than it seems). The Scenario will have to be played with only one Party member, and it will probably be a preset. Otherwise, some dungeons and puzzles would have to be completely remade, qand I'm not good at that...

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-Step aside, worthy adversary!
-T'is but a scratch!
-A scratch! Your arms off!
(pause)
-I've had worse!
-You liar!
-C'mon, you pansy!
(Fighting continues.)
-Allright. We'll call it a draw then.
-Oh I see. Running away are we? You yellow bastard! Come back here and take whats coming for you! I'll bite your legs off!

"You know that you've played Halo 2 to much when you sit down for dinner, pick your fork up, look at the knife, and in the corner of your vision, you see *Press X to pick up Press Y to dual wield*"
Posts: 182 | Registered: Monday, June 17 2002 07:00
If you could invite 4 people to a dinner in any form... in General
Warrior
Member # 1320
Profile #13
I'll try again.

Cleopatra, Angelina Jolie, Jeri Ryan, and Jolene Blalock.

Well, this does say alot about me I guess. All of them are women of great beuty, one is a historical figure, another is a movie star, and the two others play star trek characters. :P

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-Step aside, worthy adversary!
-T'is but a scratch!
-A scratch! Your arms off!
(pause)
-I've had worse!
-You liar!
-C'mon, you pansy!
(Fighting continues.)
-Allright. We'll call it a draw then.
-Oh I see. Running away are we? You yellow bastard! Come back here and take whats coming for you! I'll bite your legs off!

"You know that you've played Halo 2 to much when you sit down for dinner, pick your fork up, look at the knife, and in the corner of your vision, you see *Press X to pick up Press Y to dual wield*"
Posts: 182 | Registered: Monday, June 17 2002 07:00
Odyssey the legend of Nemesis in General
Warrior
Member # 1320
Profile #9
Yeah, Odyssey was their first game. In fact, Richard Rouse worked at Bungie at the time they were making Minotaur, and the basic idea for the game wasn't really his. Some other guy(Alan something, I think) was working on a game called arpichelago(I really have to learn to spell that.) and when Bungie started focusing on FPS's for Mac (Marathon) he gave the project to Our Boy Richard, who changed everything, and turned the game into an kick-ass rpg.

This is a quote from an article i found on the net a long while back. I downloaded it, but for some reason, I can't get url. It is written by our very own Jeff Vogel!

"Well, a new holiday season has come and gone, bringing with it a crop of interesting and promising new role-playing games, greatly varied in their appearance, style, and quality.

However, I've only just started Planescape: Torment, so I don't have anything to say about it yet. And when I approached my desk with an Ultima IX CD in my hand, my computer made a pitiful little screaming noise and threw itself out the window.

Thus, I'm going to react to this flood of new games in the only sensible way: I'm going to write a whole column about a game you've never heard of, never played, and never will play. Why? As a follow-up to last month's column on role-playing in computer games. I'm going to tell you about the game that, for me, best captured the feeling of actually playing a character. Bear with me. It's worth the trip.

The game was called Odyssey: The Legend of Nemesis. It came out for the Macintosh about 4 years ago, bounced around for a while, and disappeared from the face of the earth.

It was your standard early-Ultima style chopfest. You play a single character who has been trapped on this chain of six islands, each with its own people and culture. Your goal is to reach and deal with this evil wizard, who has afflicted each of these isles with a curse. Then, with luck, you will escape the islands and get on with your life.

It all sounds pretty standard, I admit, but consider this. One of these islands is ruled by an evil lord, who crushes the people under his iron fist. When you get to this island, you get to see, first-hand, the results of his heartless tyranny. Everyone tells you, again and again, what a bad person he is and how horrible his crimes are. By the time you're sneaking into his fortress, you're more than ready to kill the guy.

Again, standard stuff.

But then, once you fight your way to the highest level of the castle and confront the evil lord, he talks to you. He explains who he is, what happened to him, and how he became the cruel despot. In a long, excellent, carefully crafted speech, he tells you his story, and actually becomes almost a sympathetic character. He even tells you how to reach the evil wizard. And he asks you to please be merciful and not kill him.

So now, what do you do?

Even in recent games, nothing conveys a story like good, old-fashioned text
He opens a magic portal, enabling you to continue your quest. The question is: before you go, do you kill the guy? It doesn't make any difference to the game. It's a pure role-playing decision. Mercy or justice? Forgiveness or blood?

When I got to this point in the game, I stared at the monitor for five minutes. I thought about my character and what I wanted to do. Finally, I let the evil lord live. And, for those few minutes, I was role-playing, in a computer game.

Then you reach the evil wizard's tower. Here, things get even more interesting. You see, you can fight the wizard if you want. You get the big fight you've been lusting for. However, killing the wizard doesn't end the game or solve any problems. The curse on the islands is caused by his powerful magic staff, which is in the basement. You can break the staff, freeing the islands and all of the people you've just met and fought to help. Unfortunately, breaking the staff kills you. No saving throw. You just die.

Sounds grim. So instead, you can find a boat and flee the islands. In this case, if you've left the wizard alive, then the status quo is retained. The islanders remain under his curse. If you gave in to blood lust, however, and killed the wizard, worse things happen. His magic goes wild, and all of the islands are destroyed. Very unpleasant.

So what do you do? Do you die for the greater good, or do you save your own skin and leave things the same (or worse) than they were before? I'll tell you what I did. I stopped. I couldn't finish the game. The choices were too difficult. I went and played Warcraft instead.

This was, in my opinion, one of the finest examples of a computer game encouraging role-playing. The complexity of the situations and the difficult choices they required truly forced me to figure out what sort of character I wanted to play and to act on it. However, this sort of fun isn't for everyone.

Even very complicated games like Fallout tend to spend most of their time in fairly simple fighting and searching mode, and that is a good thing. Moral complexity is good, once in a while, but most of the time, when I sit down in front of a computer for a few hours of leisure, I want to play the good guy, make the world a better place, and kick some righteous ass.

Anyway, Odyssey: The Legend of Nemesis was designed by this guy named Richard Rouse III. He's an evil genius, he's still designing games, and I wish him well. Next month, I'll write about something you've played. Promise.

by Jeff Vogel"

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-Step aside, worthy adversary!
-T'is but a scratch!
-A scratch! Your arms off!
(pause)
-I've had worse!
-You liar!
-C'mon, you pansy!
(Fighting continues.)
-Allright. We'll call it a draw then.
-Oh I see. Running away are we? You yellow bastard! Come back here and take whats coming for you! I'll bite your legs off!

"You know that you've played Halo 2 to much when you sit down for dinner, pick your fork up, look at the knife, and in the corner of your vision, you see *Press X to pick up Press Y to dual wield*"
Posts: 182 | Registered: Monday, June 17 2002 07:00
Odyssey the legend of Nemesis in General
Warrior
Member # 1320
Profile #8
Sry, double post.

[ Sunday, August 07, 2005 00:39: Message edited by: :Slash: ]
Posts: 182 | Registered: Monday, June 17 2002 07:00
Odyssey the legend of Nemesis in General
Warrior
Member # 1320
Profile #4
I don't think anyone would mind, since right now my plan is to remake the demo, not the actual game. If I do remake the actual game, I'll e-mail Richard Rouse the 3rd myself and ask.

Anyway, the demo doesn't contain the block puzzles, so I don't have to worry about that. And psionics? could probably turn them into custom abilities.

This would be slighty difficult, sinse there is like thiry or forty different psionics in the actual game, but that could probably be solved by making each island in the arpichilago(please, someone, correct me, awful speller...) a scenario in itself. This would also help me split the gamemaking part into sections I could handle.

Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, what? Star Wars scenarios ? Man, I'm heading over to spiderweb!

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-Step aside, worthy adversary!
-T'is but a scratch!
-A scratch! Your arms off!
(pause)
-I've had worse!
-You liar!
-C'mon, you pansy!
(Fighting continues.)
-Allright. We'll call it a draw then.
-Oh I see. Running away are we? You yellow bastard! Come back here and take whats coming for you! I'll bite your legs off!

"You know that you've played Halo 2 to much when you sit down for dinner, pick your fork up, look at the knife, and in the corner of your vision, you see *Press X to pick up Press Y to dual wield*"
Posts: 182 | Registered: Monday, June 17 2002 07:00
Odyssey the legend of Nemesis in General
Warrior
Member # 1320
Profile #2
quote:
Originally written by Zaiu:


... but I think it would look better in BoE.

Yeah, I know. Problem is, I don't have the BOE editor. It would easen thing up a bit with the graphics, since I wouldn't have to turn all of those cool monsters from odyssey into 3D ripoffs.

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-Step aside, worthy adversary!
-T'is but a scratch!
-A scratch! Your arms off!
(pause)
-I've had worse!
-You liar!
-C'mon, you pansy!
(Fighting continues.)
-Allright. We'll call it a draw then.
-Oh I see. Running away are we? You yellow bastard! Come back here and take whats coming for you! I'll bite your legs off!

"You know that you've played Halo 2 to much when you sit down for dinner, pick your fork up, look at the knife, and in the corner of your vision, you see *Press X to pick up Press Y to dual wield*"
Posts: 182 | Registered: Monday, June 17 2002 07:00
If you could invite 4 people to a dinner in any form... in General
Warrior
Member # 1320
Profile #7
I would chose:
Robert Jordan, Terry Goodkind, Terry Pratchett, and J.K Rowling.

Result: An Epic thirty-book saga about a boy in glasses including some very weird jokes.

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-Step aside, worthy adversary!
-T'is but a scratch!
-A scratch! Your arms off!
(pause)
-I've had worse!
-You liar!
-C'mon, you pansy!
(Fighting continues.)
-Allright. We'll call it a draw then.
-Oh I see. Running away are we? You yellow bastard! Come back here and take whats coming for you! I'll bite your legs off!

"You know that you've played Halo 2 to much when you sit down for dinner, pick your fork up, look at the knife, and in the corner of your vision, you see *Press X to pick up Press Y to dual wield*"
Posts: 182 | Registered: Monday, June 17 2002 07:00
Odyssey the legend of Nemesis in General
Warrior
Member # 1320
Profile #0
I am seriosly considering remaking the game "Odyssey the Legend of Nemesis" into an BoA scenario, or at least the demo. My reasons for this is that this is a really really good game, but very few people have heard of it, or even played it. Reason is, it was released roughly the same time as Exile 1.

Anyway, I want to reach out and convince people that this old game is just as good as any exile game, and is definetely worth playing. If you want to download the full version (it has come out as shareware now) you can go to the paranoid productions webpage(paranoidproductions.com) and download it there.

Since this game is purely for Mac, I wanted to try to let some windows users try it out to (might convince them to buy Mac ;) )

But before I do this, I wanted to write this poll, just in case everyone here had played it allready.

Poll Information
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You may not view the results of this poll without voting.

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-Step aside, worthy adversary!
-T'is but a scratch!
-A scratch! Your arms off!
(pause)
-I've had worse!
-You liar!
-C'mon, you pansy!
(Fighting continues.)
-Allright. We'll call it a draw then.
-Oh I see. Running away are we? You yellow bastard! Come back here and take whats coming for you! I'll bite your legs off!

"You know that you've played Halo 2 to much when you sit down for dinner, pick your fork up, look at the knife, and in the corner of your vision, you see *Press X to pick up Press Y to dual wield*"
Posts: 182 | Registered: Monday, June 17 2002 07:00
Bridging between scripts? in Blades of Avernum Editor
Warrior
Member # 1320
Profile #8
Oh, sorry. Didn't realize you were responding to his post, not mine. Never mind. Thanks anyhow!

--------------------
-Step aside, worthy adversary!
-T'is but a scratch!
-A scratch! Your arms off!
(pause)
-I've had worse!
-You liar!
-C'mon, you pansy!
(Fighting continues.)
-Allright. We'll call it a draw then.
-Oh I see. Running away are we? You yellow bastard! Come back here and take whats coming for you! I'll bite your legs off!

"You know that you've played Halo 2 to much when you sit down for dinner, pick your fork up, look at the knife, and in the corner of your vision, you see *Press X to pick up Press Y to dual wield*"
Posts: 182 | Registered: Monday, June 17 2002 07:00
Bridging between scripts? in Blades of Avernum
Warrior
Member # 1320
Profile #8
Oh, sorry. Didn't realize you were responding to his post, not mine. Never mind. Thanks anyhow!

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-Step aside, worthy adversary!
-T'is but a scratch!
-A scratch! Your arms off!
(pause)
-I've had worse!
-You liar!
-C'mon, you pansy!
(Fighting continues.)
-Allright. We'll call it a draw then.
-Oh I see. Running away are we? You yellow bastard! Come back here and take whats coming for you! I'll bite your legs off!

"You know that you've played Halo 2 to much when you sit down for dinner, pick your fork up, look at the knife, and in the corner of your vision, you see *Press X to pick up Press Y to dual wield*"
Posts: 182 | Registered: Monday, June 17 2002 07:00
Bridging between scripts? in Blades of Avernum Editor
Warrior
Member # 1320
Profile #6
teleport_party only works inside of towns, when move_to_new_town does not work(or does it?)

Kelandon, what do you mean? The party will use the amulet the first time inside of town, when not in a fight, so they will have to be somewhere where they will fit. The game would remember their locations as SDFs, the x coordinate as (90,10) and the y as (90,11), and then when the amulet was used again, it would move them to these coordinates in this town(90,12).

Anyway, is there any place where I can go and sumbit any wishes for scripts in the next BoA patch? Because if you modified the move_to_new_town call so that it would work everywhere, or at least in scen scripts. No wait, cancel that. If that call would work everywhere, then you would be able to transport an NPC to a new town, which would probably crash the game. Ok, so just in the scen script.

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-Step aside, worthy adversary!
-T'is but a scratch!
-A scratch! Your arms off!
(pause)
-I've had worse!
-You liar!
-C'mon, you pansy!
(Fighting continues.)
-Allright. We'll call it a draw then.
-Oh I see. Running away are we? You yellow bastard! Come back here and take whats coming for you! I'll bite your legs off!

"You know that you've played Halo 2 to much when you sit down for dinner, pick your fork up, look at the knife, and in the corner of your vision, you see *Press X to pick up Press Y to dual wield*"
Posts: 182 | Registered: Monday, June 17 2002 07:00

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