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January 30th, 2018, 11:13
Originally Posted by Silver View Post
Agreed. Presumably they are trying to be original.
From the article, it sounds like they didn't choose a licensed setting because they don't have the art assets to properly represent any specific license:

Some of our decisions were actually dictated by the art assets we had already in place, so we knew that for the most part, we wanted a traditional fantasy world with a pseudo-medieval setting that is not too exotic or radical-meaning no fancy machines or the like.
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