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Re: Exploring Everything

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  • outis02
    Yes, I m a completist. But completists are self-motivated and don t need formalized rewards like achievements. It d be nice to have, sure, but personally it
    Message 1 of 9 , Jun 27 5:43 PM
      Yes, I'm a completist. But completists are self-motivated and don't need formalized rewards like achievements. It'd be nice to have, sure, but personally it wouldn't add anything to my enjoyment.

      --- In KingOfDragonPass@yahoogroups.com, David Dunham <david@...> wrote:
      >
      > On 31 May 2011, at 04:58, KingOfDragonPass@yahoogroups.com wrote:
      >
      > > More importantly, though - is it interesting? The way the map is filled
      > > out, this would be a fairly hard achievement - and not for any good
      > > reasons. Getting this achievement would be a chore, and adds nothing to
      > > the gameplay.
      >
      >
      > Apparently it is interesting for some people (e.g. "outis02") -- which is one of the factors I use for achievements (which are optional). I've never been a completist myself, but I don't see the harm in acknowledging those who are. What would definitely be bad is an achievement that most people don't care about, which is insanely hard.
      >
      > I'd been thinking about it and even before I read the digest this morning, decided that this should probably turn into "Orlanthi all" (which would be 85% of the map). Though landmarks should be part of it.
      >
      > > I can't run KoDP to run on Win7 x64 to confirm
      >
      > That's odd, I just ran under Win 7 over the weekend to check on something.
      >
      > David Dunham http://a-sharp.com Twitter: @KingDragonPass
      >
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