Note: The character stats and attributes I used are hypothetical.
I do not know what the game will actually start with at default.
Adding & changing character stats would be a very large design decision that would have to wait until much later.
This is sort of an example of what I’d be shooting for in the feel of the conversion. It should (hopefully) be recognizable to the viewer as soon as they see it, that this GUI is both of Stonehearth and Fallout at the same time. The aesthetics of the game are one of the most important elements, and it is important not to jar the players’ experience by making either element too dominant.
I’ve learned a few things, mainly that the font Berlin Sans FB Demi is not the true font that the devs are using in the original screen shots. The hunt continues.
Ber is seen here sporting his Combat Armor. Not the best coloring, but it will do for a screenshot or two.
You can see the original two here:
A short Bio on Ber Muteyhands
One of the original members of The Vault, Ber left immediately upon
the opening of the vault door. During the crisis that preceded the
Opening, he had been one of the most vocal in favor of breaking the
Filled with dreams of adventure, he refused to spend his “whole life
in this forsaken pit.” Whatever adventures Ber found, however, did not
go as planned. He returned a short two weeks after his departure with
his hands and forearms badly scarred. Some even say mutated, although
he has worn gloves ever since and the question of what exactly
happened remains unanswered.
Due to his skill with the gun and sudden remarkably high tolerance to
radiation, Ber has been a great asset to the city ever since. His
original family name was Burleyhands, although he has since changed
his surname to one he felt more in keeping with the times.
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