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Game of Thrones - A mod based on the universe created by the famous bestselling American Fantasy novelist George R. R. Martin in the series A Song of Ice and Fire, the first book of which is A Game of Thrones.
Welcome to the 3rd Developer blog of the Game of Thrones modification! In this blog, we will once again will show a couple of previews, and a bunch of information about the modification.
So, as the title of this Dev blog say's. The scening has began, this week our coder got everything together for the sceners to get started. Some small starts have been made on the scening side, but no big ones. For so far I have only checked over the scenes that were made by other people, which were donated to the project. What for now will be my first job, some scenes had some weird bugs. As in scene props that changed and messed up the castle/scene. I've worked a bit and I am nearly done with finishing up the Twins scene. So work on the scening side has finally started. And we will keep you updated on the progress being made on it at the next Dev blogs. The previews of this Dev blog can be found on the Media section.
For the entire Dev blog please visit our thread on Taleworlds, linked below.
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