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Discussion in 'Icewind Dale Total Conversion' started by Allyx, May 7, 2016.
+1 for the xkcd reference!
As stated elsewhere on the forums, few of us here are professional programmers, I certainly am not, and have never been. I'm also lazy, stuck in my ways, ignorant to "best working practices", short on spare time, patience and determination... Also I was not personally involved in any conversations on git repository usage due to a certain 10 year Space MMO sabbatical.
For the record, I am working on those Vale of Shadows maps
Thanks Ted, I just can't seem to get motivated, I will try and do some work on Kuladahar itself soon, add the townspeople and Yeti's etc... did you complete all their dialogue files perchance?
Hi guys, this just seems like a good place to drop a big thanks for the incredible public service you are doing.
Playing KotB was like going back to 1983, when life just seemed open and limitless. After my second run in ToEE, I ordered the B2 module and played tabletop D&D with my teenage kids.
I played original IWD in the 2000s on deployment and it helped me make it through 7 months at sea. Im really looking forward to replaying with a far, far superior combat mode. (Been playing BG1 and the game is still great but the combat is atrocious!)
I actually spent some time trying to figure out how to legally send you and Ted a case of beer … but no joy. Suffice to say, if you are ever visiting Northern Virginia, send me a message and I will ensure you are properly beered!
If everyone offered beer, we could go on a global pub crawl...
Kreigdoom, I'm in NOVA myself (Arlington), and play BattleTech a couple of times a month face to face... Are you looking for more opportunities? These days, I prefer Pathfinder (the original, not 2e) as far as D&D goes...
Tks Daryk, someday Ill have a chance to play live … right now a few hours of BG or ToEE on the laptop is best I can do.
Rog, no problem... my first tour up here was in the Pentagon, so there was no time either. My current tour is a slightly slower pace.
I wondered why you were a 'veteran member'