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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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