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Interview Posted a Golden Land interview.. with screenshots!


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Jun 16, 2002
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Tags: Golden Land

We've posted our <a href="http://www.rpgcodex.com/content.php?id=40">interview</a> with <A href="http://www.burut.ru">Burut</a> guys, <b>Sergey Buravtsov</b>, <b>Dmitry Glasnev</b>, and <b>Evgeny Bratkov</b>, about their nifty looking <i>turn based</i>, <i>skill based</i> CRPG, <A href="http://www.goldenland-rpg.com/">Golden Land</a>! Here's a teaser:
<blockquote><i>8.) How do these attributes affect skills? Can skills overcome a low attribute, like a low strength melee person with a high skill be effective?</i>
<b>Evgeny Bratkov:</b> There are much more skills than the primary characteristics. The summary number of them is 27 independent characteristics and differs from them by a particular specialization. For example, the Power affects all damage from all types of weapons, and skills are improving usage of the certain ones. Skills have such a feature as perks, appearing in the process of learning. Perks are giving an opportunity to access new capabilities, inaccessible before, and also a qualitative change of available ones. Every skill has four perks, each one of them is obtained at the certain level. At the same time, every further increase of the skill needs 1 more point than before, and this is somewhat limits the fact development of the skill.</blockquote>
<div align="center"><a href="http://www.rpgcodex.com/content.php?id=40"><img src="http://www.rpgcodex.com/images/screenshots/goldenland/goldenland003tb.jpg" height="150" width="200"></a> <img src="http://www.rpgcodex.com/images/screenshots/goldenland/goldenland001tb.jpg" height="150" width="200"></a></div>
Oh yeah, baby! Turn based, lots of skills, guns, melee.. I'm getting all tingly!

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