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Tutorial: Making a Telepath Tactics Campaign, Part 4

<< Continued from Part 3 A. Creating a starting army roster Okay! Now that we have a couple of playable characters, it’s time to return to our campaign’s Introduction.xml file and put them into the player’s army roster. This will make it so the game treats them as recruited characters…

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Tutorial: Making a Telepath Tactics Campaign, Part 3

<< Continued from Part 2 A. Editing a character’s leveling attributes with <OnLevelUp> Only playable characters gain experience from defeating enemies; however, any character in the game can be leveled up through tags and scripts! If a character’s level is going to be changed in-game, then that character needs to…

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Tutorial: Making a Telepath Tactics Campaign, Part 1

Greetings, everyone, and welcome to the first part of a series of tutorials where we learn how to create new campaigns in Telepath Tactics, step by individual step! (As we go, feel free to refer to the Telepath Tactics manual, which provides thorough documentation on every last thing you can…

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Interview with Composer Ryan Richko

With the Telepath Tactics soundtrack close to finished, I figured it would be a good time to sit down and chat with Ryan Richko, the man behind most of the game’s score. Here, he talks about composing for video games, and about composing the music of Telepath Tactics specifically. Read…

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Ask me anything!

Today, I have decided to start a new feature: ask me anything! For this day only, I am opening up my site to questions from you, the fans. Have a question? Send me a tweet, or comment below, and I’ll update this post with my answer! Without further ado: Winter…

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How to speak lissit

Happy Valentine’s Day, everyone! Today, in honor of the Day of Love, we are going to learn how to speak the most romantic language of all time: Lissit! (Or “lizardtongue,” as it is sometimes called by the humans of Cera Bella.)   Let’s get started with some basic pronouns: si…

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