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#1 May 17, 2016 4:14pm

Moloch
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Crimson Twilight updates

I'm currently working on transcribing my written notes for the game into a wiki. When the game releases we'll open the wiki for public viewing.

In the past month Andy has been busy creating NPC portraits. Here you can see everything from a barmaid, prisoner, some thugs, male and female priests, and more.
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This is the first level of Lighthouse Bethict, just northeast of the town Serdosia.
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#2 June 1, 2016 11:11pm

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Re: Crimson Twilight updates

Will there be a towne drunk?

I jest, but I'm so looking forward to seeing this product come to completion. It looks fantastic! Keep up the good work!

CJ

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#3 September 17, 2016 6:35pm

Moloch
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Re: Crimson Twilight updates

A small support village outside the walls of Keep Choddare in the northeast corner of the Yentyr Empire.

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#4 October 3, 2016 3:27pm

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Re: Crimson Twilight updates

Looking very awesome! Been trying to get back onto my CRPG work too... Right now I'm doing maps and dialogue for regions... slower work than I expected.

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#5 October 5, 2016 11:45pm

Moloch
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Re: Crimson Twilight updates

Yeah, I've checked that blog of yours every few weeks for an update all year. big_smile

Glad you're back on it -- maybe there will be two CRPG projects released next year?

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