Eragon123 wrote:vicky wrote:Angmar Reid wrote:
The lore? Possibly. Though considering the game isn’t totally focused around the mythology (anymore), might not be worth it. That’s up to Eragon, though.
Yeh, angmar tho, he could expand on the already available knowledge of lore and make or fill in gaps with the lore to make it more exciting.
He would recruit dolorous to help him from the warhammer discord.
Well hold on now.
First off, I'm no loremaster. I'd be quite bad at making up and/or assembling lore into consumable media.
Secondly, there isn't too much CH specific lore. Sure, CH is based off of Celtic lore, and I suppose some of that could be laid out, but it may not be completely accurate to the game - CH is only loosely based on lore. Warhammer: Odyssey on the other hand is set in an existing fantasy world that already has years of lore and history going into it.
Thirdly, Okri (from WH:O's discord server) is extremely familiar with Warhammer lore - and while I'm sure he could do a passably good job at summarizing and interpreting Celtic lore, the two are extremely different.
Let's say you have someone who knows a motorcycle inside and out - they are extremely familiar with practically every single part of many different models of motorcycles, and can fix nearly any issue someone might have.
You can't just take that person and set them to work on fixing an airplane. Sure, the general premise might be the same - they might be good with engines and working in vehicles. But that knowledge and experience doesn't really translate to other mediums.
As for putting lore on the CHDB site - I haven't really thought about it, though if someone starts to write out a ton of game-accurate lore, and would be okay with me putting it on the site, I may consider it in the future.
...so getting Okri to fix the helicopter was a bad idea?