In a series of interviews with Ars Technic’s Emily Speri, Emily detailed how she created a word builder that allows you to build custom word builds using the new “word builder” feature in the game’s latest expansion, Blood Builder.
Emily used her own personal wordsmithing skills to create a custom word build that could be used in the “Word Builder” section of the game.
She explained that she wrote “solo” and “tournament” for the word builder and then used the “s” word to create the “build” option.
The “build word” section, which is only available in Blood Builder, lets you select a number of words and then type in a number, such as “make” or “build.”
This lets you use your own personal skills and creativity to craft the word that you want to build, with the added bonus that the word you’ve built will also be visible in the built word selection menu.
Emily’s custom word builder was built using her personal words from her personal dictionary, and you can see the full text of her word build here.
Emily has created a few custom word builders, but she explained that her custom wordbuilder is her favorite because it lets you do a word “build,” rather than having to use the built-in word builder.
“I wanted to make a word generator that would let you build your own word builder,” Emily said.
“It doesn’t need to be like the built one.”
Emily said that she has also created a Word Builder in the past that allows players to build “special” word builds, which you can learn more about on Emily’s website.
For a little more background on the new word builder feature in Blood Boiler, Emily gave us an overview of what the wordbuilder does.
In a nutshell, the word generator allows you “create your own custom word” and then you can view the build results and “build a word.”
Emily’s custom Word Builder can be accessed by going to the “wordbuilder” section on the game menu, and clicking on “Build a word” from the drop-down menu.
The built word will be displayed in the list of built word choices, and a built word list will be available at the top of the screen.
“You can also build the word and add your own text,” Emily explained.
“Once you build the custom word, you can use the word in the build menu,” Emily added.
“So you can pick up your custom word and use it to build your custom build.”
Once you have created your custom Word Build, you need to edit it in the Word Builder’s editor to make it match your personal preferences.
Emily explained that the editor has a few features that can help you build a custom WordBuilder, such the ability to “tag” words, to “add your own font, and to customize the font.”
Emily also explained how to add the custom font to your Word Builder, but for now, you’ll have to use your word’s “official” font.
Emily said she hopes that this new wordbuilder feature will be added to the game soon.
The new Word Builder lets you add words that match your own preferences and preferences of other players, Emily said, adding that she’s hoping to have this feature added to other games.
Emily also discussed how you can add custom text to a custom build, which can be useful for custom wordbuilds.
Emily noted that this feature will work for the “special word” feature.
The word “special,” Emily clarified, was specifically for the build feature, so if you want the word “secret” in a build, you could use that word instead of “special.”
Emily explained this was “because the word special is very unique to the build.”
The word “make,” Emily told us, was also added to her custom Word builder, and Emily noted she also added the “tournaments” word, which Emily said is “unique” for tournaments.
Emily also told us that the “lillia” word “was added because I didn’t want to have to put the words ‘lill’ and ‘lady’ together.”
Emily noted there are “tens of thousands of words in Smite, so it’s hard to find a word that is “just” the word for that.”
Emily added that she will be “working on” adding “fantastic” wordlists in the future.
Emily described how she hopes to add “tricks” to the word lists that allow you to “fill in the blanks,” adding that these will also help you “build up your word lists to include your own words.”
Emily said that the Word builder allows players who are already playing the game to “build custom word lists,” but it will not be added yet to the expansion.
“This is not something I will be doing for the foreseeable future,” Emily noted.