Didn't even need to click to know what it was about. (Off topic, I do recommend Undertale fans to read Homestuck. Beware, though: it obliterated my free time from 7pm to 1am on most days for a few weeks. Completely worth it, though.)
Deledrius wrote:In fact, I would say that a good way to get started which doesn't require too much forward investment is to block things out with a minimum of detail.
I agree. Creating the layout for the Age, thinking about where to put elevators, doors, secret passages and stuff is my preferred part of building. However, keeping it small is a good idea too as it's more manageable. In any case, don't be over-ambitious.
Modeling details is really rewarding too, but it involves much more knowledge of the engine.
Deledrius wrote:People ask for this all the time. I know that you know how much work it would be
Oh yeah. It's not doable without very experienced coders, and a good bunch of artists to output a lot of assets for people to use.
Still a dope idea though.