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Destiny Manifested

Watching destiny play out is a terribly boring thing. It’s different from the inevitable or from the inexorable, though, based simply on the sheer scale or meaning of events. Inevitable is watching a college physics professor ace a high school algebra exam. Destiny is the professor designing a ship that saves humanity from extinction. Strangely, […]

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Revisitation Hours — Halo 4

The anticipation for Halo 5: Guardians is perhaps the highest it has been for any Halo game since Halo 2, a game we’ve previously discussed for both its influence and failings. That is probably what led to the slightly hesitant look towards Halo 3 and the protracted and expensive multimedia marketing for Halo 4. That, […]

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Heroic Contrast

Creating a hero is a tricky, subtle art. There are some ground rules that apply, though they’re more guidelines for generally creating friendly characters. For instance, don’t make them evil. That, in addition to making it very hard for them to be a protagonist, is just not very likable. Great starting point. It’s not, however, […]

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