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Mission Critique Follow up Report - Deadly Intentions (Series)
12-07-2011, 06:19 PM
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Thanks, Brian. I've actually added a lot of content/improvements since the last time you played the series. On the bright side, the first two missions seem to have weathered the transition just fine. I'd love to get your thoughts on the changes when you're not busy reviewing other missions.
Federation Mission: Deadly Intentions - Part 1
Mission ID: ST-HENIFDVMI
Federation Mission: Deadly Intentions - Part 2
Mission ID: ST-HG3P4W905
Federation Mission: Deadly Intentions - Part 3
Mission ID: ST-HTEOX3GQ3
Well I just got done replaying
"Deadly Intentions - A Techno-Political Thriller"
all three parts and I have to say Sovereign77x has done an outstanding job. The additional objects in the first mission were spot on. The few corrections I recommended from my previous reports were taken care of.
As you may have noticed this is not in my typical in-depth mission critique report. Well I have reviewed these missions previously and Sovereign77x to take another look to see the improvements and corrections he made to all three. As indicated above he did a great job! So instead of redoing the entire report format I felt I would summarize the single item I found that I felt he should consider correcting. It is in mission part 2 on the "U.S.S. Alexandria" map.
I would definitely the entire series to anyone who likes a great and compelling story dialog along with epic battles. You are missing out on a great series if you don’t play this mission.
Great map design with excellent story dialog. I noted only one issue to consider changing;
-In the mission tasking following the interrogation of Dr. Araisa the task refers to the Admiral Denai as "Admieral Denai".
Thanks again for authoring and for giving me the chance to review all of your work. As I’ve said before I look forward to playing more of your work in the future.
This critique report also filed 12/07/2011 on forum posting for:
Deadly Intentions - A Techno-Political Thriller