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#1 December 20, 2010 5:08am

Moloch
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From: Murkasada
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My dream job!

Wow, I really love these images photographed from the Ultima 7: Serpent Isle documents. This is the sort of thing I love doing, creating maps and the story around them. Ah, would have been awesome to get paid doing this sort of work!

http://www.ultimaaiera.com/galleries/se … al-design/

Also, we have the dungeon/quest design documents for Ultima 9 here ... again, a dream job!

http://www.ultimaaiera.com/galleries/ul … -dungeons/

Now I'm doing this sort of work as a hobby - a "work of love" really. I'm glad this information is out there, it proves I'm not insane for the amount of detail being put into this CRPG project.

/me looks over to the stack of papers that are five inches tall.

Nope, not insane. wink

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#2 December 20, 2010 7:35am

Warlock
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Re: My dream job!

Nice didnt know there was any info around like that axs well.

Ultima will always have a place with me.. LONG LIVE ULTIMA!!!!!

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#3 December 20, 2010 6:45pm

DMackey
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Registered: August 25, 2010
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Re: My dream job!

Never played the Ultima series of games. I did play a little with the AD&D games like "Pool or Radiance"

Never was much into these types of games, of course when CT comes out, it will all change. wink

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#4 April 6, 2011 11:20pm

Wildstar
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Re: My dream job!

I AGREE !!!!! Lord British et al are cool.

Wish we could make money doing this stuff.... the amount of work involved in contemporary games is a nightmare-ishly large movie production scale crew compared to the small band development of 20-30 years ago.

Oh well, the times have changed.....

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