Yesterday, I stretched the length of the walkthrough from 6 steps and 6 minutes playing, to 11 steps and 10 minutes playing. Later that day I added another 26 steps.
Today, I've been refactoring the pages once more, the walkthrough now supports branches. Tomorrow and may another day I'll use to make some more templates for inventory and spells. After that entering some more test data, 200..500 steps would be nice. Some documentation and we're good to go. Guess October 15 give or take 3 days, the Walkthrough could be ready to use.
Equillibrium, I don't know if you read this, but I think I can improve my answer on one of your questions now: the walkthrough has now objectives (here) (=where it leads to) and a purpose (here) (=where we're using…Read more >
Today I've made a "save game" template and an images template. The latter I used to make a "cartoon style" walkthrough. Documentalist (talk) 23:51, October 4, 2013 (UTC)Read more >
I've created a template for each step of the walkthrough, it's not perfect but it'll do for now. Using it I've made a 6 steps walkthrough that covers about 6 minutes gaming. "It's a small step for a man, ... and also for mankind."
Next (tomorrow?) I could use a "save game"-template. With that in place, I might stretch the content to 11 steps (about 13 minutes of gaming).Documentalist (talk) 22:17, October 3, 2013 (UTC)Read more >
When I created this account 11 days ago I had one goal in mind: create a walkthrough for all of Skyrim. I've been making walkthroughs in MS-Word before, but these were for older games (not so much content to cover) and for private use (not such much discussion about decisions made in the walkthrough).
The first few days I spend reading parts of the Skyrim wiki, made some posts on the forum. I searched for a place to start writing (How to create a page? What name shall I give it? How mature must it be before I can publish it?) and I hoped to find co-editors for these pages, but so far no one seems to be interested. The good news is that I did find a good place to start writing: here.
In this branch I can experiment as much as I want. In the p…
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