Comic 929 - Something moved

29th May 2017, 7:01 AM in Spirit of Adventure
Something moved
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Lackinganame 29th May 2017, 7:01 AM edit delete
Good morning everyone!

This past week I watch a interesting video from BellularGaming called "Azeroth has changed". In the video he does a fine job at discussing how the game has changed on a design philosophy over the expansions. I recommend watching this video as it's just fascinating.

But in the interest of what I'm going to be talking about today over these few pages I'll give some cliff notes.

1. Different: not good or bad just different
2. Older expansions where more about making a
world then putting content in it second.
3. New expansions are about content and world

Really go watch the video for a better understanding of what he's talking about.

But now we know the points of what he BellularGaming talked about. The point I'm going talk about is how it's slightly bad for these new changes in WoW.


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Maryalee 29th May 2017, 7:45 AM edit delete reply
Fairly certain that was not a person moving, not as scared as they are. Might be a Deenter, but same applies: not a person.

Old expansions had content that was strongly tied to story and lore. People complained about "not enough" content when in fact there was always a group of players that were skilled enough to consume anything faster than it could be developed. The content wasn't bad; it was really, really good in fact, but popular perception became that it was somehow lacking because a select few said it was lacking.

Those who are actually playing in Legion are now enjoying the benefit of that thinking: content running out the ear, more grinding than you can shake an AP soaked stick at, and a story that was cut and pasted around a mechanism designed for no other reason than to force people to play or else feel they are behind an artificial standard of playing.
Maryalee 30th May 2017, 6:43 PM edit delete reply
Slept now. Ok, it was a person. Interesting you have the sound effects in the last panel with both of them yelling in surprise at the same time. Though not for exactly the same reason.
domestic goddess 1st Jun 2017, 9:44 AM edit delete reply
I love the first panel! Good use of lighting to show the outlines of our heroes at night. The moon looks especially good, and the stars. It looks like what you really see sometimes, although to see that many stars you have to be away from a big city, which they are. Nice detail with the scratches on the wall also. I am really enjoying the extra work you put into the background, both scenery and extra characters, and think it adds reality to the comic. In a town there are people who are walking around and doing stuff but our heroes don't necessarily interact with them, which is very true to life.
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