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Story Hooks and Transitions

As the Game Designer or Game Master [GM], it is important to be able to properly weave different adventures into a single epic campaign. This article will explain how to handle these transitions. Each adventure has an entry point designed to transition from the previous story to the next part of the story. By using […]

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PVP Goals, Part 2

    PVP combat is only part of the design that is necessary in order to create the proper atmosphere for players. The next section that needs to be addressed is the player goals and objectives. There are several different PVP types and depending on the game style will determine which is the best or most effective […]

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PVP Design Basics, Part 1

     There are several different aspects of PVP that need to be addressed in any game design. Because the system is as complicated as PVE it is necessary to understand some of the basics of what makes good and bad PVP within any game. Any game can incorporate PVP and because of this there are countless […]

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Mission and Quest Series Parts 1-4

Everyone, The Mission and Quest design series has been completed for Parts 1 through 4. There may be more added in the future; however, these sections provide critical information for designers in order to understand what can and should be done during the design phase. The articles do not cover every topic but it will […]

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Quests and Story Arcs, Part 4

    Quests are an ideal way for the developers to progress the story of a campaign. There are other ways this can be done, but a quest chain is more involved. By using the quest chain between story segments the player feels like their actions are part of the outcome of the campaign even if their […]

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Crafting and Gathering Mission Design, Part 3

    Crafting and Gathering missions seem to be secondary to Combat Missions; however, they are more important because they can fuel the economy in many ways. It is important to take a step back and start at the beginning because there are several steps and these missions could become over powering if taken head on without […]

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Consulting Services

We are currently accepting clients for consulting services. Our services include Software Design and Development Review, Documentation Review, Project Management Assistance and code level analysis and review. In addition we are planning to release several new articles in our Quest and Mission series in addition to general software development articles. Stanley Handschuh

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Combat Mission Design, Part 2

    Games have a wide verity of missions that the players can do in order to obtain items or experience. Mission and Quest Types, Part 1¬†provides an overview of the major types of missions. However, it is important to examine different types of missions in more detail. The most straight forward mission type is the travel […]

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Mission and Quest Types, Part 1

    One of the defining factors in a game is how Missions or Quests are handled. These tasks given to players provide several different aspects that drive the game. First they provide the story that the player is taking part in. They also provide experience, game knowledge, and items that will help the player out over […]

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