In this episode we interview the YouTube Let's Play Jessa from The Jessa Channel and discuss our favorite role play mods. Jessa has been crafting a story based Skyrim role play for three years! Featuring the character Mala, Jessa is now into Act 3 of the story that is soon to come to a conclusion. We discuss what it takes to make a Let's Play, the art of role play and the joy to be found in Skyrim.
The Erinyes Arcana Q&A featuring lost footage from the YouTube Let's Play! Stu reveals all about the secrets, characters and story arch of act 4 of the epic Skyrim story Erinyes Arcana
In this episode we discuss Elder Scrolls and Immersion with Cory Merchant, creator of the Elder Lore Podcast.
In this episode we welcome Dave Cravens to the Character Crusade studio. Dave is Senior Creative Director a High Moon Studios and has worked in the game industry for years.
In this episode the guys discuss the concept of Character Conflict as a method for defining character traits, motivations, wants and needs. The model focuses on character conflict at the personal, interpersonal and societal levels.
In this episode we discuss creating your own side quest to enhance role play, get a review of all three characters and our first Crusader Mail segment where we address your burning Skyrim and role play questions.
In this episode Stu talks about his Redguard warrior Shullat and character defining experiences. In the Play Theory segment the guys discuss traveling with intent and how embarking on a journey with purpose is more rewarding and unstructured wandering.
In this episode, Stu, Joe and Matt discuss enhancing role play by creating character weaknesses and self-imposed play limitations to better define a character's traits and psychological constraints.
In part two of this two part series, Stu and Matt continue their discussion of the Epicosity framework and talk about specific techniques and mod you can use to transform your play-through into an adventure in the style of a "High Fantasy" story.
In part one of this two part series, Stu and Matt discuss a framework you can use to enhance your story and tie together Skyrim quest lines into a larger, more holistic story.