My friend, writer and self-described “lunatic,” writes for lots of publications that publish, and he is one of them. He has an ongoing series called “31 Orders in One Minute”, which is a series of short essays that each lasts three minutes. For this series, he has written a series of 31 essay questions that you can submit for an order form.
Since he’s a writer, he’s got a lot of room to explain things in a way that readers will understand. The first order form he submits is, “What is your favorite movie?” His audience will immediately click to the right section to read the essay, and then the page will scroll back up to where the next order form is, and so on.
What will happen if you submit these orders without reading them? Well, it will probably be a mess. Because theyre all variations on the same theme: “The most important thing in the world is not money, or fame, or power. The most important thing in the world is you, and those around you. Money, fame, power are often not the most important things. No, what is important is that you and everyone around you are happy.
This is not to say you shouldn’t read the instructions. It’s just that you should be reading them, and not scrolling up and down a bunch in hopes that you will stumble across an order form you hate. If you don’t read them, you may even end up changing your mind later.
The thirtyone order forms are important because they are the basis for a lot of our game’s world. They are the “golden rules” of the game, and what makes it function on a larger scale. They are the “rules” that exist in game because they work best when used in a particular situation, not to try to “fix” a problem that doesnt exist.
These order forms are an integral part of the game. They are one of the only things that you can use to change or alter a game world. And in Deathloop, they are the only thing you can’t change. They are essential to the game.
Deathloop does not allow you to alter the order forms because they are the basis of how a game works. You cannot change the order forms because they are all created by a group of programmers who have spent decades creating and refining these rules. They are the foundation that all other parts of the game are built upon.
Thats what makes them so fun. These order forms allow you to literally change the game. They basically allow you to rearrange everything around you. You can rearrange your order form or even change the order of things in the game itself. Because the order forms are literally the blueprint of Deathloop, all you have to do is to alter the order of the players and you can change how the game works.