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« on: May 24, 2020, 07:13:27 AM »
Extended Encyclopedia addon v1.0.0

Hi, people! This is the Extended Encyclopedia, a project that brings more info to the Encyclopedia of the UnrealWorld and its Finnish culture keeping the realistic approach of the authors.

This project started as a support of the Brygun and Community (BAC) mod, in which the Extended Encyclopedia adds entries for the new lifestyles the mod brings, in a way to illustrate and help give a nice an easy understanding of the complex processes of smithing, weaving, boat building, etc, in an entertaining way. But it doesn't end there! This was extended to add information to the existing things of the UnrealWorld. Creating new articles for missing things like habitats, plants, and more.

To keep it simple, the Encyclopedia is a big proyect that I have in mind. A cultural and popular tool for the game that doesn't only provides useful information, but a funny way of learning the old ways of living.
I said cultural because I intend to attach cultural approaches to the articles of the things you do in the UnrealWorld; and popular because I compile existing information, will investigate to write proper information, and will be open to feedback from the comunity. These last taks interweave with the knowledge that have been already done by the people of the past.

It is divided in two main categories and one minor. I) BAC entries, to explain the new objects and processes; II) Native entries, to add new entries or complement existing ones; III) The addition of images (with the historical-realistic approach) for the sake of complement the info.

If you wonder where do I get the info for the moment is just from encyclopedias, dictionaries, wikipedia, the BAC text files (for the BAC entries), and the game's wiki. For the future improvements I will do an academic research that includes reading proper Finnish literature and linguistic studies, because three of the main objectives (you can read it in detail in the files) are: 1) proper cultural information; 2) mythology; 3) Finnish linguistics.

The current version (1.0.0), can be considered the main structure, its foundations and blueprints of the proyect. It covers the main things of the BAC mod and some interesting entries for the UrW, although a lot of work is pending. I am currently working for the next updates.
I will kept it updated and compatible to the latest version of UrW and BAC. For now it's compatible with UrW v3.62 and BAC v076b.

You can read the full info of the project in the Readme and Index files.

Any comments and suggestion will be gladly welcome. You can do it here or send me a PM, I am open to talk.  ;D

Thanks to all the creators of UrW, the BAC, and everyone.


There may be some grammatical errors, as a non-native speaker I make mistakes sometimes. PM if you find something! ;)

If the link is down, tell me ;)

The link of the BAC mod if you haven't downloaded it:

« Last Edit: May 24, 2020, 08:31:37 PM by Ezezaguna »


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« Reply #1 on: May 24, 2020, 03:32:11 PM »
Brygun of BAC here.

Endorsing this project. Ezeaguana and I have talked already. Its his idea and his work on this encyclopedia work.

One of my thoughts is that as the text and pics are being compiled for the first while there will be a lot of messages from other community members. If this was in the main BAC thread it would flood that channel so it was my own recommendation to have a separate forum thread.

By all means support him. He has both my blessing and encouragement.



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« Reply #2 on: May 25, 2020, 08:53:11 PM »
This sounds great, good luck for the project


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« Reply #3 on: May 25, 2020, 10:42:19 PM »
I can assist with proof reading, Finnish, et cetera.
I don’t have access to Finnish libraries in California though, so can’t really help with research. (Although I’ve always been “history-buff” and love the outdoors)