"Hey there, they said 'if i'm not wrong' that a tool will be on board if money goes well after the release. Correct me if i'm wrong anyone.
I think lot of players want this feature as this game is fitting the idea very well. Solasta can became a real solid licence in future if community is allowed to help that way. Fingers crossed. but if any dev read this : know that i'm totally open to give you more money for a dlc which would include the campaign editor (as some other games do.)
And if I may, if this editor might have some feeling of the Aurora Engine (of neverwinter nights) it would be perfect, powerfull and user friendly enough... Would love that. <3"
i would love this, where most couldnt see it in SCL, i envisioned the future of what was to come
here's hoping to TA can bring it home. Nspace was already dying Dan came in to try and save them, i (and probably he) just didn't know it yet.
with each Dlc comes monsters and a tile pack, TA drop a campaign to purchase now and then and race and class packs as dlc.
= shut up and take my money (sets up direct debit account with TA)
Well that's probably not a good idea.
Because then it means anyone who created anything with the DLC content would not have many people able to download and play it because the assets would be missing on the client side for those who didn't.
It would cut the community in half... those who have it and those who don't. That kind of thing kills off a modding and player community too. The two go hand in hand. Players and Creators. The Dungeon Maker Creators are only one aspect of it... the second is the playerbase that downloads the modules that are created.
So they'd have to come up with some way for the assets to be viewable for anyone who did not download it.
If for example... they did create professional level modules like old D&D content and then release the actual assets to everyone's client that would work. Since only the module itself would be restricted to those who bought the content. That is an example that would not hurt the modding and player community both.