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  1. Hello! My name is Shane--or DosBuster on the internet--I am applying for a position in the Beyond Skyrim development team. Morrowind & Oblivion were some of the first games that I was truly immersed in; their world and stories have stayed vibrant in my memories for many years. So, of course, the most interesting provinces to work on for me would be Cyrodiil & Morrowind; however, I'd be happy to work on anything in the Beyond Skyrim project. My love for the series has given me an extensive knowledge of the world--lore, stories and all--as well as a wishlist of certain thematic concepts that I'd like to explore in the world of Tamriel. The biggest thing that I find in mod projects is that often the stories & dialogue lack proper technique, while I am not a master of all things writing & storytelling I obsess over the quality of my work to an extent you won't find anywhere else. I've attached links to some works I've done in the past, I hope you find them enjoyable. The Beast of Ibiza - A short tale dealings in the concepts of fame and the facade of a celebrity's public image My mental notes for The Beast of Ibiza, these are meant to show my thought process, very little intelligible information lies within A Fallout-based Quest Design Document An abandoned Fallout 4 Quest mod - this is the design diary, provides insight into more of my design process and how I approach building quests from a complex level A Vision Document for an open source game I worked on in 2014. I was very young... and very dumb in this project; luckily, my failure taught me a lot of great lessons that I apply to the projects I work on and my life on a daily basis. Thank you for taking the time to read this and I hope to hear back from you all soon! fallout4-red-design-diary.pdf
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