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Discussion in 'Assassin (Johan Elting)' started by Bartolomeu o Portugues, Apr 4, 2016.

  1. Bartolomeu o Portugues

    Bartolomeu o Portugues Buccaneer Storm Modeller Storm Modder

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    This quest will be the last one for the Assassin storyline. It will feature new locations like a village of fishermen in Cuba or a new cloister model for Cartagena (see screenshot) but there will also be a new fight scene in the port of Willemstad (repel a Spanish landing)
    Elting will fight a new type of enemy never seen before and will encounter a cursed ship.
    Of course, he will help Bartolomeu in the San Felipe operation in Cartagena.
    Finally, he will use a new weapon : the whip. ;)
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    Pieter Boelen (Not So) Old Seadog Staff Member Administrator Storm Modder Hearts of Oak Donator

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    This sounds brilliant, @Bartolomeu o Portugues! I'm already looking forward to it. :woot

    And that looks like a cool new location, that does! :onya
     
  3. Bartolomeu o Portugues

    Bartolomeu o Portugues Buccaneer Storm Modeller Storm Modder

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    Thanks Pieter :drunk

    @capitan_caceres and @danitim1 did a very good job :bow
     
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    Pieter Boelen (Not So) Old Seadog Staff Member Administrator Storm Modder Hearts of Oak Donator

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    Was that Capitan Caceres' work? When did he do that? I haven't heard his name mentioned in YEARS! :shock
     
  5. Bartolomeu o Portugues

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    Capitan Caceres did the cloister but danitim1 converted the cloister to a gm file, added the textures and created the character patches. :yes
     
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    Glad to Help bart! ;)
     
  7. Bartolomeu o Portugues

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    Anyone has the Shadow.tga files for the Isla Mona town from COAS ?
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    I have uploaded them on the ftp under JRH. Too big to upload here.
     
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    Downloaded! Thanks Jack :doff
     
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    So there won't be continuation of Elting and Bartolomeu story?
     
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    For Elting, there is still this very extension that Bartolomeu has planned.
     
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    After finishing this quest for Elting and his storyline, I'll do the last one for the Bartolomeu storyline (the Maya quest)
     
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    Yes, yes, yes! :dance
     
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    Hi, everybody.
    Just to inform this quest is not dead :)
    This weekend, I'll be at work again.
    Happy to be back!
     
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    Glad to have you back! :cheers

    I know it can take a long time to finish a quest, but if you can manage to finish this one off in the next couple of weeks, it can go into the update collection I want to release before the Christmas holiday. Otherwise take your time and it can go into the first update of the new year - and either way, it will probably go into the first new installer of the new year.
     
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    Hi, Grey :doff
    No, I think to finish it only in January or even in February, if in this last case, I need to work more on the resources of this quest. I hope @Jack Rackham can help me a bit if necessary :p
     
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    Sure, why not. My quest takes so very long time anyway.

    Good to see you again @Bartolomeu! :onya
     

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