Episode 253 Lessons for worldbuilder’s from video games

Episode 253 Lessons for worldbuilder's from video games

Today's Topic – Video games that help teach you to be better worldbuilder's

There are many games that have taught me lessons about worldbuilding. Heck most things I do have an impact on how I worldbuild. I could have picked many games, however, I choose a few that I really think can help others better understand some systems that can give you information that helps make your worldbuilding better.

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Podcast Show Flow

  • Civilization
    • The worlds grow and change over time
  • Elder Scrolls & Fallout
    • Continuity errors cause feedback but do not hurt the popularity
    • How changes in size and scope effect what you can include in a world.
  • Mount and Blade Warband
    • Learn a lesson about being a lord and leading troops on the battlefield while maintaining your realm.
  • Crusader Kings
    • The big picture of how different cultures realms can vary but still be similar.
    • How nation-states really did not exist in the old days

The Worldbuilding Task for the Day

Play one of these games to learn in a fun way

The Real World task for the day

Join the undercroft and tell us another game that improved your worldbuilding.

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