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Ready for Action ? Well, nearly . . . (8)

“In preparing for battle I have always found that plans are useless, but planning is indispensable.” 

― Dwight D. Eisenhower

That boy knew his stuff ! 


The Perks of being a Retired Person ! (7)

"We are due to finalise plans for next session in the week after next and I'll have an update then".

Downtime . . . (6)

Well, when I began this around the turn of the year, I knew nothing about the Toolset, couldn't get the hang of the 6 second turns or the game in general but had the kind of feeling that if I had been sitting in a class and been offered the chance to turn my ideas into a 3D landscape with my story and characters and then have others play my game I'd probably have paid a whole lot more attention to Computing then I did ( well, if they'd had Computing in my days at schools, which they didn't )  . . .  but you get the gist. 

Replacing Music in Neverwinter Nights 2

Is there a way to replace the music in Neverwinter Nights 2? I am asking because I would like to replace the main theme with some music I found on the internet.

Neverwinter Nights / Neverwinter Nights 2 - a gamer retrospective 2002 - 2019

It was always about content.

Content produced by an incredible artistically talented Community and ongoing talented Community support.


Damn the Baldur’s Gate Series!

Perhaps that is a bit strong for a retrospective on Neverwinter Nights and Neverwinter Nights 2; however it is a fair sentiment.

Working with the Class (5)

It's been a couple of weeks since I've updated this blog, largely as I've been making sure I was ready for showing off the Toolset to the Games Design class. Since the last entry I've been in twice to this class which is a collection of 15/16 year olds interested in Games Design but coming to the end of a course and heading into the examination diet after Easter so I wasn't sure how responsive they would be. 

Best NWN Modules according to Greg (A.D. 2019).

Hi NWN folk, following your encouragement I have prepared the 2nd edition of "Best NWN modules according to Greg" originally posted back in 2017.

Up to Date (4)

Ok, so the last blog was dealing with my first meeting at the school which was a few weeks ago. I was left with plenty to think about and even more to do but it had been well received. We are now back up to date as I had my second meeting today. 

Preparation for first Meeting (3)

So, a meeting was set up and I now had to decide what I would show the PT computing to persuade him.  It was only a few days away (sometime at the start of February) and I needed to pull something together which would come across as coherent, spectacular (!) yet workable. I knew I couldnt overload him but wanted to show him that the toolset had quite a bit of depth.  I also didn't really know where it fitted in with his classes although as he had a Games Design class I was fairly sure that the toolset would strike a chord there. In the end I decided to go with :


Setting up a Meeting (2)

In the first blog I mentioned wanting to see if NWN tooolset could offer anything to a Computing Dept. in my former school. I wasn't delding myself that this would be easy. I could see a few issues if not problems straight away. This second entry moves us up to January 2019 so is still lagging a little timewise through trying to record thoughts and issues arising in my mind from that time.  These were :


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