Hey, this is Colby, and I'm here today to ask you all a question. What is it that makes a good story? There are a lot of different ways to approach the subject, but in the end, most answers can be traced back to a central theme. That is, what is the meaning of the story. Most stories have some overarching "theme" or "message" that its creators wished to express. Stories are like wrapping paper. They are designed to cover the real meaning behind the words that were written. As such, stories can have an excellent presentation, but have a hideous theme. (Like finding sweaters on Christmas when your five). While, on the flip side, stories can have poor execution but excellent themes. It's common sense then, that the best stories are those with an excellent theme, and an equally excellent presentation. One without the other is disastrous. A good story needs a good theme. That being said, we've worked hard at the studio to develop both. Every race has a theme, and a fitting story specially developed for them. These individual themes constitute the main story, complimenting, rather than detracting from, the main theme.
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