It's these kind of quotes that keeps me making more missions.
It's good to hear that people are having a good time and a good strat trek experience by playing both my and other fellow foundry author players.
Now for the wait to see what the next challenge theme will be...
I just felt like I have to say this. Everytime I read one star comments like "boring" or "my bo's got lost" or "I was unable to start the mission" (even if it's written where you have to start) I really feel sorry for the authors for getting this kind of feedback.
I mean, at least try to be constructive or tell what you didn't like. It's still better than just saying "boring".
I am not a game designer so it's a totally different "world" but during my field of study I developed several stories for short animation movies - so I know how much it can hurt to get negative feedback which just says "meh, it's awful"...
Last edited by naharikajal; 09-25-2012 at 12:47 PM.
Unfortunately I have to appologize for not playing your mission khan. I still don't have a klingon at this level. But it will be the first foundry mission with my kligon when he's 41!
It's ok! Thanks for playing the missions in this challenge though. I knew it would be a gamble to make a KDF mission that high level but I think in the end I told a good story. Hopefully people will continue to play it beyond the challenge and help to improve the KDF experience.
I really enjoyed this challenge, and hope to participate in future ones. All the missions I played were very interesting stories, and I look forward to playing more of everyone's work.
Best of luck to everyone, and congratulations to whoever is the winner.
so, who wants to post their commentary on the missions? When I was trying to decide I made a list of all the missions and assigned them numerical scores in 5 categories. Then the one with the highest rating overall got the vote.