'Prequel' offers furry twist on interactive adventures
Posted by GreenReaper (Laurence Parry) on Sun 7 Aug 2011 - 14:07 —
Edited as of Tue 25 Oct 2011 - 00:47
Do you enjoy Homestuck, but find one therianthropic feline troll and a fan of anthropomorphic fauna insufficient to sate your furry desires? Consider Prequel, an interactive comic using characters, species and settings from the Elder Scrolls video games Morrowind and Oblivion.
Although the popularity of the comic caused it to be moved to its own site after two threads, suggested actions and fan-art for the comic's protagonist are still taken on the MSPA forums (which also feature the topic 'shit. let's be furries', now on its second thread).
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Looks really bad.
this is not art.jpg
The intent is to render the story as close to "real-time" as possible; the quality of the art is of secondary concern.
:p Is this why you linked me? You were writing an article about it. Anyway since I read the entire thing so far in one day I can assure you it's hilarious and addictive. The art isn't high quality but it's just there to bring the characters to life and still manages to do an excellent job.
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This is the best thing i have ever read.
Stay around for at least a year.
I think he's talking about the comic, dude.
Then he should try reading Birthright.
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