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Forge's Chapter One has been released on the 16th of December 2013!
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1  General Discussion / Adventure Gaming - Loom Island / Re: Haven't you always wondered? (LOOM style) on: April 27, 2010, 03:02:51 PM
Hmmm. I always believed that Fleeces powers were negated because Pattern was being slowly torn apart and her powers were more bound to the Pattern than anyone elses (due to most of the sheperds abilities being interwoven with the natural world anyway. Sleep/Awaken, Hide from Sight and Reveal Self, and of course Fleece's Healing.) I've always thought that the Pattern would be synonymous with the Natural Order. As Chaos slowly rose to power, the Natural Order slowly degraded as well and with the rending of the Pattern it in turn threw the Natural Order into chaos. I mean, especially with the dead walking and all. And with almost no Natural Order ALL of the Sheperd's abilities could be virtually ineffective.
I suppose FOLD could have followed her as she tried to return the Natural Order to things and sealing Chaos would be on of her main goals. Another question, Chaos is the incarnate of chaos... Are there other incarnates? Such as one of Nature? And how does one become an incarnate, or are they simply that way to begin with, perhaps another race?
2  Everything Forge / Forge Progress - Melting Pot / Music? on: April 27, 2010, 02:35:35 PM
Hello there! I'm not sure if this has been covered before, nor if this is the proper area in which to post this, but here goes.
I was wondering what music you were planning to use in the game and was wanting to toss a suggestion or two.
Recently, I was listening to some classical pieces and found Bach's Toccata and Fugue in D Minor to be a particularly powerful piece. I've played the original Loom quite a bit and I LOVED the way they used Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake as a basis for most of their work. I wonder if Bach might be a good fit for FORGE?
Of course, you probably wouldn't use Toccata (the beginning piece) as it is EASILY recognizable and often associated with the horror or vampire genre but you could use bits and pieces for intense moments. More specifically I feel that Fugue (the latter part) fits very well.

Below you will find an example of the piece, Disney used it in Fantasia:
Toccata and Fugue in D Minor - Fantasia (1940) Small | Large


I hope you give this some consideration, and no matter your music choice I am sure this will turn out to be a marvelous production. Good work so far, and good luck!
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