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Author Topic: Bringing a map to life  (Read 1414 times)

Tromador

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Bringing a map to life
« on: 2011-06-20, 04:29:07 »

Has anyone had real success with the "interest points".

Every time I've added them to a map, then subsequently added some civs from the ST panel, what I seem to end up with is a massive huddle of civs standing on interest points.

I tend to believe that adding actors in the Embrace app is the wrong way to do things. There is a reasonable likelihood they aren't where the ST wants them, so the ST has to remove/replace with the actors for their particular chron.

That said, is the best way to add actors with some pathing, via Embrace and skip the whole Interest Point mechanic altogether.
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Javokis

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Re: Bringing a map to life
« Reply #1 on: 2011-07-01, 21:56:12 »

You could go the path of Oblivion... take it a step further by giving NPC's real tasks. Just got to get a "cup" of Java then savoir its flavor.
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