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Temple of Elemental Evil Wrap Report at RPG Vault

Discussion in 'Game/SP News & Comments' started by NewsPro, Nov 27, 2003.

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    (Originally posted by Yerril)

    Tom Decker, producer of The Temple of Elemental Evil, has written a "Wrap Report" of reflections after the game's release. Here's what he said:

    Doing some of the writing for the game, I had a lot of fun with creating some of the characters and quests in Nulb. I particularly felt strongly that since we had several heterosexual marriages available in Hommlet, we should include at least one homosexual encounter in the game (although there were actually two, one was in the brothel that was removed) and not to make it a stereotyped, over the top situation, but on par with the other relationships available in the game. I felt strongly about keeping the character of Bertram in the game, and I am glad we were allowed to keep him, despite any controversy it might cause. It's been entertaining reading the boards about Bertram and reactions to him.

    Read the whole thing at RPG Vault.
     
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