Your description.. along with your information about her shouting out at certain times.. it reminds me.
Charlotte shall be my Navi! Or rather, a not-so-fairy-but-human-ish version of Navi!
Thank you for this genius mod! :biggrin.gif: Now all I need is the sound files of Navi..
"Hey!" "Watch out!" "Oh no!" (I forget if she says that last 1.. havent played TLOZ in a while.. :<)
She should be able to do other jobs and to be more indipendent (this last thing will be REALLY hard to code)
Maybe she gather wood if you give her an axe
she goes for coal/minerals if you give her a pick
If you give her torches she will place them in dark places (If it's night whe will place torches around her, not too far, or she won't place them)
hate the idea of her placing blocks
thats a mans job
::puffs chest- struts::
I like my idea (of course!) of her tending the oven instead
would fit in with the humorous nature of this mod- plus be really useful if she had an actual inventory
Not that I don't like this idea - I love the fact that you've done such a thing, but there is one thing that kind of concerns me...
I myself was surprised how attached I became to my first minecraft save, so attached, that one time, when I died and I couldnt find my house, I deleted the save file and started a new one. Two days later, I was lying in bed, and I couldn't sleep, because that place was the perfect home for me, and it was really hard to let it go.
I can imagine other people would feel that way, and why wouldn't they - infinte possibilities, the minecraft world gives... so much better than the real one, that we wish we could believe that we live in minecraft. Actually, the only thing minecraft lacks, is companionship - there is never someone there for you, you are all alone, all the time...
But this mod eliminates even that thing, by giving you the illusion that there is another being there with you, helping you, healing you, never leaving you... It kind of frightens me to have that mod in, because with time, I might get attached to char-lotte too and start feeling even more alone when she's not there (after an update).
Of course, that feeling would be eliminated when you get a real life girlfriend, but I can't imagine who would install this mod if they had a girlfriend lol.
On the other hand, if this mod was a dog, not another human, I would ****ing love it.
Morty, I appreciate the fact that you've taken time to write something like this. There's one side of me, the usual side that likes to add an emotional aspect of the game to my mods. I like to sort of give a potential feeling of sadness to the game, to increase the depth and give the player a stronger connection to the world. And while all that sounds whimsical and fantastic in my head, sometimes I realize it can be incredibly disturbing. There is a difference between games and real life, and for some reason, sometime inside of me wants to bridge that gap and create a realistic experience. What I keep forgetting is that there are people in real life who commit suicide when they lose their favorite item in WoW or become violent towards their family when they are interrupted. I'm past this myself but if I care about the minecraft communtiy (and I do), I shouldn't be trying to make everyone depressed and horrified when their best friend in the game dies and never comes back. Like I said about the difference between a game and real life, there's also a difference between art and evil. I'll try harder to be more sensitive from now on - this is why I gave away the secret to letting another Charlotte spawn.
WAHAHAH! Charlotte died in one of my "hardcore" worlds, so I deleted it and started a new one. After about 2 minutes of walking around, Charlotte yelled "LOOK OUT!" It was day-time and I was confused, but I turned around and suddenly ... another Charlotte!! My Charlotte won and the wild one died. But ... wow! Sure was a surprise. lol