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ToEE interview with Timmy over at RPGDot

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ToEE interview with Timmy over at RPGDot

Interview - posted by Saint_Proverbius on Wed 11 June 2003, 13:49:29

Tags: Temple of Elemental Evil; Tim Cain; Troika Games

RPGDot has an interview with Tim Cain of Troika about Temple of Elemental Evil. Here's a comparason question, which I like to see:

RPGDot: What are the main differences and the main similarities between Greyhawk and your other projects, say Arcanum or Fallout?

Tim Cain:
All of my RPG games to date have shared certain characteristics. They have all been isometric, turn-based games. They have all had rich and varying dialogs, nonlinear plotlines, and multiple solutions to quests.

However, besides the obvious difference that Greyhawk uses the D&D 3.5 rules, it also is my first party-based game. You create and control a whole party of characters, instead of making a single hero, which leads to a lot of choices to make during creation time and during play. It is also my first game with multiple starting points, in addition to multiple endings.​

Multiple endings make me happy. They make everyone happy. Everyone should do them.

Thanks to chrisbeddoes.

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