Post by chriscrawford on Sept 11, 2015 17:01:26 GMT -8
Alvaro, I think that pushes us out of the dream world and into something more realistic. It's too explicit. I don't want to make it difficult for the player to recognize the eyes, but I think that the eyes themselves should be distinctive enough that the player can recognize them. Think of all the iconic uses of the eye lacking any facial context:
Yes but none of theme are eyes related to a character, not even Mordor, you don't actually know how Mordor character looks and I doubt it would have those eyes. I think that we are compromising understanding for lore veracity, and this could end us messing with the design. For me on dreamcombat there has to be no doubt about who is who and how. Player should have full information.
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