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Elder Scrolls Online Forum » General Discussion » The eso construction set

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  Lord.Bachus

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OP  12/04/13 4:36:20 AM#1

I think it would be great if overtime they added something like neverwinters system, but the with more options to script fights and such..  And allow people to make screenplays including adding their own voice acting

 

for me the game will be mostly about stories and lore, and in general developers cant keep  up with the rate at which we devour such content..  

Best MMO experiences : EQ(PvE), DAoC(PvP), WoW(total package) LOTRO (worldfeel) GW2 (Artstyle and animations and worlddesign) SWTOR (Story immersion) TSW (story) ESO (character advancement)

  tom_gore

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12/04/13 4:57:36 AM#2

You mean like the Foundry system in Neverwinter?

Never a bad idea, but looks like it's not coming for launch, at least.

 

  asrlohz

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12/04/13 4:59:53 AM#3

It would certainly help the fanbase, but people have done the same with WoW for awhile and most people aren't very good voice actors so it just because a parody. Considering the amount of emotes available I'm guessing people will be able to do it anyhow.

 

EDIT: And I wouldn't want common scrubs creating lore and stories. Short films with comical observations on the other hand would be terrific.

  Lord.Bachus

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OP  12/04/13 5:49:43 AM#4
Originally posted by asrlohz

It would certainly help the fanbase, but people have done the same with WoW for awhile and most people aren't very good voice actors so it just because a parody. Considering the amount of emotes available I'm guessing people will be able to do it anyhow.

 

EDIT: And I wouldn't want common scrubs creating lore and stories. Short films with comical observations on the other hand would be terrific.

They should be quite recognisable, and they work great in neverwinter ... 

 

And if you dont like the player created stuff and lore, you dont need to play them.. ( sorry there, cant stand the attitude i dont want it so noboddy should get it, when concerning optional features)

 

before skyrim there was a construction set available for the games that let people create content in some extent,  so it would not be new to the ip.

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  asrlohz

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12/04/13 6:02:43 AM#5
Originally posted by Lord.Bachus
Originally posted by asrlohz

It would certainly help the fanbase, but people have done the same with WoW for awhile and most people aren't very good voice actors so it just because a parody. Considering the amount of emotes available I'm guessing people will be able to do it anyhow.

 

EDIT: And I wouldn't want common scrubs creating lore and stories. Short films with comical observations on the other hand would be terrific.

They should be quite recognisable, and they work great in neverwinter ... 

 

And if you dont like the player created stuff and lore, you dont need to play them.. ( sorry there, cant stand the attitude i dont want it so noboddy should get it, when concerning optional features)

 

before skyrim there was a construction set available for the games that let people create content in some extent,  so it would not be new to the ip.

I don't have such an attitude, but player created worlds wouldn't work in an MMO. Neverwinter isn't truly an MMO, it's essentially just a lobby, which makes it great for player created content. And to be honest, I barely ever installed mods unless they patched bugs and glitches in any of the TES titles.

 

The only people who claim that the modding scene was the only reason for the TES series to remain alive are the deviant people who create borderline pornographic content and use it as garry's mod.

 

Point is, user created content in the way of dungeons doesn't belong in games that aren't designed around it, such as neverwinter.

 

EDIT: More examples of games were it works.

Warcraft 3 (DotA, Angel Arena and so on)

Starcraft 2 (Same thing)

Vindictus

Mighty quest for epic loot

Minecraft

Garry's mod and other Source games

As you might've noticed, all of these games share one thing in common: Lobbies. This works in MMOs too but only to the extent for RP servers and what not. Or if you want to play on illegal private servers riddled with viruses. Anyhow, all of these examples have their own personal spaces where these silly things can be made.