Oath of the Scenario Developer

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Post Aug 17th '12, 14:28

The (UESC) Master Chief (: wrote:I say go as big as you can and don't start small. I get sick of people telling me to go small go small go small GO small I go big or go home and I will not go home. if I fail that is my problem not YOURS so just back off OK.

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RyokoTK
Saint Paul, MN

Post Aug 17th '12, 14:33

The (UESC) Master Chief (: wrote:I say go as big as you can and don't start small. I get sick of people telling me to go small go small go small GO small I go big or go home and I will not go home. if I fail that is my problem not YOURS so just back off OK.

you go girl
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gmanyo

Post Aug 17th '12, 14:54

The (UESC) Master Chief (: wrote:I say go as big as you can and don't start small. I get sick of people telling me to go small go small go small GO small I go big or go home and I will not go home. if I fail that is my problem not YOURS so just back off OK.


They all doubted him.

He was laughed at.

But little did they know,

he was back in the game. Out of his league.

UESC master Chief in The Rookie.

"I go big or go home..."



"...and I will not go home."
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Windbreaker
South Park, CO

Post Aug 17th '12, 20:06

^ Hey, that picture is actually kinda funny...
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Destiny
USA

Post Aug 17th '12, 22:09

Master Queef's philosophy has one benefit that we can't ignore: no one ever finishes.
underworld : simple fun netmaps // prahblum peack : simple rejected netmaps
azure dreams : simple horrible netmaps // v6.0!!!: thomas mann's greatest hits : simple simple netmaps
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irons
(.Y.)

Post Jan 24th '13, 12:26

thedoctor45 wrote:there has been an unfortunate data loss a while ago that nuked several months of hard work from my harddisk - I still have an old backup but for now the project is on hold until i have restored my other stuff. Apparently, fate doesn't like fools who don't make regular backups...


This seems to be a recurring catastrophe with projects here. Back your stuff up, people! Don't let it happen to you. Unless you're just making physics models. Then let it happen to you.
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Ares Ex Machina

Post Jan 24th '13, 16:41

Ares Ex Machina wrote:This seems to be a recurring catastrophe with projects here. Back your stuff up, people! Don't let it happen to you. Unless you're just making physics models. Then let it happen to you.


It's also incredibly easy to do if you just work in a Dropbox / Google Drive / MS SkyDrive folder. Everything gets backed up off-site instantly for you. I don't know why people still keep important projects sitting only on their computers.
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Switch
NYC

Post Jan 24th '13, 17:07

I keep everything on a flashdrive, so I don't lose anything. =P
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Destiny
USA



Post Jan 25th '13, 17:05

Yep, that's the one. It matches surprisingly well. O_o
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Destiny
USA

Post Feb 14th '13, 09:50

I remember when I was 13 and thought I could make an entire scenario.

$lave can still make my maps if he wants, though.
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Paul

Post Feb 14th '13, 17:03

Paul wrote:I remember when I was 13 and thought I could make an entire scenario.


The same can be said of me with Dave demo. I think I may have also been 13 at that time as well. :D
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Destiny
USA

Post Feb 14th '13, 20:43

Destiny wrote:
Paul wrote:I remember when I was 13 and thought I could make an entire scenario.


The same can be said of me with Dave demo. I think I may have also been 13 at that time as well. :D


I can assure you that age doesn't seem to make much difference in this case. From my experience as a game design student I have noticed the same state of mind in most of my classmates. The only difference is that we got teachers and supervisors to A. destroy our dreams and cut down our ideas to their core and B. motivate us.
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JohannesG

Post Feb 14th '13, 21:03

JohannesG wrote:I can assure you that age doesn't seem to make much difference in this case. From my experience as a game design student I have noticed the same state of mind in most of my classmates. The only difference is that we got teachers and supervisors to A. destroy our dreams and cut down our ideas to their core and B. motivate us.

I try to peform duty A on behalf of the Pfhorums, and just assume someone else will take care of B. It's important to share responsibility!
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treellama
Pittsburgh

Post Feb 14th '13, 22:17

I'll take care of B.
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Wrkncacnter

Post Feb 16th '13, 01:52

Wrknchrister wrote:Suffer little children, and forbid them not, to come unto me: for of such is the kingdom of heaven.

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patrick
末法

Post Mar 19th '14, 19:36

Lest we forget when I thought I could make a scenario with no planning.... Twice.

Motherland (which was a dumb idea)
and Legend (also dumbish, but better of an idea)
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