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elminster wrote: »
It's a good idea but isn't there like a mod that covers that already? Like unfinished business or the tweakpack?
Mothor wrote: »
Its too bad as the mod sounded impressive.
Alas most BIG mods that go on for years tend to almost always die. Especially when the person in charge is no longer in high school or college. Having a job eats time away much more than even exam periods.
IMO there are only two available options.
1) elminster finds a successor (best for some modder with some reknown and some accomplishments) to finish this project by providing said person with notes that will help finishing the mod according to his vision AND perhaps acting as an "editor" of sorts to give the stamp of approval after checking the final version.
Though if elminster does not mind then said modder could simply finish it in whatever way he/she would deem it best according to his/hers own creative vision.
2) elminster can also simply release the mod with stuff that was unfinished being actually cut. That way if the mod was 70% finished it would be possible for people to actually enjoy it even if all the stuff that was originally meant to happen...did not actually happen. After all it would be a waste if so much effort was completely in vain. In fact even an alpha or a demo would be better than that.
The scope was clearly too big.