This is the wrong category for this question. I am not suggesting that you design your own cast. I am suggesting that you design a cast that is used by someone else and not a cast you have designed for yourself.
Casting is the practice of writing the lines of your own character in dialogue. It is a way to say things that are unique to your character that you might not want others to hear. For example, if you are a horror writer, you might want to write “I was born in the 80s, but I’m actually from the 80s”.
Casting is different from writing roles, although we may have both in the same game. In a game like Fallout: New Vegas, we get to create all of the characters our players care about in the world. So we get to create a whole cast of characters for our game. In a game like Deathloop, we get to create a cast of characters to play, without the world-building and world-building involved in creating a whole cast of characters for our game.
Casting is a bit of a different beast. In New Vegas, you don’t just sit in front of a computer and write the character you want your players to play. We have to do a lot of writing. We have to come up with concepts and then build the entire character from those concepts. In Deathloop, we don’t get that luxury.
The design of a cast is a bit of a tricky tradeoff. We have to develop a cast from the start, but it’s a little bit of a tradeoff. When you put the concept of a cast into a game where you have a cast, the characters are really drawn to the cast. You have to put that concept into the game to get any play. If you have a cast that has some sort of backstory and you draw from it, that’s a big deal.
Because the concept of a cast is basically the same as the concept of a character, you can get the same play in any game. You just have to work very hard to make your cast work.
If you want to design a cast, then you need to make sure that it works in the game. Otherwise, it’s just a concept. But if you take a concept and you make it work in a game, it’s a huge deal. If it doesn’t work, it really throws off the entire concept of the game.
Castes are one of the most important parts of a game because they dictate the character arcs of the main characters. Think of it like a character: if you give him a character arc, he will only follow that character arc. If you give him a set of traits, then he will only follow that set of traits. Castes make a game unique and thus are worth the effort.
We decided to do something as unique as possible with our cast. For starters, we decided to make Colt Vahn the main character. The reason is that he is the main character because he is the only character who has been able to escape the prison island of Blackreef. While this may seem like a small part of his story, we decided to make it a very big deal.
There are a lot of reasons why we made Colt Vahn the lead character. One of the biggest reasons is that we wanted to give him the opportunity to escape from Blackreef and fight to the death the villains who want to kill him. We wanted him to look badass and cause as much havoc as possible like his own character in the game. We also wanted to give him the chance to kill the Visionaries in the most spectacular way possible.