"I also really liked the last part of the lecture, when prof. travis introduced us to the different players in his group. A sense of commraderie really adds to a gaming experience. I think if I had something like that in Runescape perhaps I would not…"
"One thing I noticed in this module, is the idea of "clothing making the man" really is an old one. It was evident in the Iliad, through the desription of Achilles' sheild, and the otherwordly import that was attached to it, and it is…"
"Question for a bard 1. How much can you chnage the story from the original form or the form you learned from without deviating too much?
Question for a bard 2. How often to bards banch out on their own and create a completely fresh story from…"
""What im trying to say is this. Imagine if you were able to just say "Yeah ya know, I came home from a long day at work, and there were like 15 burglars in my house trying to get to my wife. I just killed them all and saved her. But it…"
"My experience, when first reading through the Iliad, was to be a little put off by all the gratuitous violence and bloodshed. It was at first a little thrilling, but with it's consistency throughout the epic became dull, monotonous, and…"
"Interesting point, that the personalization of the bardic epics could hinder them as literary pieces to be topics of intellectual discussion. I wonder than if the intellectual discussion is limited more to the discussion of the bardic tradition than…"
"I also had the same though/question. Are we the players the bard, or is the game the bard? I think in the end it is probably that we are the bards afterall, as most bards did not create their own stories, just created their own signiture version of…"