"Fan Interview" with Bethesda

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#1 Posted by Aishan (1028 posts) -

Bethesda just released their (first?) pre-release fan interview:
 

Skyrim Fan Interview
Todd Howard, Game Director
Bruce Nesmith, Lead Designer
Matt Carofano, Lead Artist

1) Will the character be able to change into certain creature? 
Todd: We’ve done various things like that in our previous games, and it’s something that we probably won’t be talking about specifically on this one. Don’t read anything into that, we just prefer to not discuss this one. We’d like to leave that an open question until the game is out. 

2) What sorts of cosmetic options, like beards, tattoos, or body proportions, are available? Can we edit them later in the game? 
Matt: 
There is large amount of customization available for each race. You can choose from multiple hair styles, beards, scars, and face paint. Each race and gender has a light and heavy build and you can pick any level in between. We’ve completely redone our facial system, and we’re really excited to show off the results.

3) Is armor handled like in Oblivion (with each body part being welded together) or in Morrowind (with each body part separate)? Will you be able to wear both clothes and armor at the same time?
Matt: The armor system is very similar to Oblivion’s. The main difference is that the upper and lower body armors, the cuirass and greaves, have been combined into one piece. This helps create armor styles that have the look we needed for Skyrim. In most of the Nordic designs we created, the upper armor would completely cover the lower armor, making it unnecessary. We get much better visual results combining those pieces, and it renders a lot faster too, so we can put more people on screen, so that was an easy tradeoff for us. We can also make a lot more armors now, so the number and variation types are more than we’ve ever had.

4) Are the main and faction quests branching or linear? What about side quests? 
Bruce: We’ve focused on telling one story well. There are decision points in all the quest lines that can change things, but overall it’s a single story. Because the side quests are smaller stories, they are more likely to have major branches. For example, you can decide to save or betray someone, which changes the whole end of the quest. Overall the quest structure in Skyrim is closer to Oblivion than Fallout 3, in that there are many more quests, but they have fewer branches.

5) Are loot and quest rewards level scaled, like in Oblivion? Will there be any powerful un-scaled items?
Bruce: We’re handling leveling stuff similar to how we did in Fallout 3, but with a few new twists that we hope players won’t even notice. The enemies and loot are based on the “encounter zone” you’re in, so it could be higher or lower level than your current level. We do have a new concept of epic or “special” loot that you can randomly find in many cases, regardless of the zone, and you will still get better stuff in the better zones with your level higher. Same goes for quest rewards. We try to make them appropriate for what you did. Sometimes that is random, sometimes that is a set item. There’s a lot of specific stuff that is very powerful, like the Daedric artifacts.

6) Will items present in Morrowind but not in Oblivion, such as spears, medium armor, and mark/recall spells, be making a return?
Todd: They are not in Skyrim for the same reasons we didn’t include them in Oblivion. I’ll address each one. First spears, the truth is we’d love to do them, but it becomes a priority and development time thing for us. We feel it’s better to spend our time right now making sure the gameplay for the other play styles is really solid. That includes sword, sword and shield, two-handed weapons, and bows. You can also add magic to that list. Getting those all working well together, while feeling different, is our priority.

As far as medium armor, that’s not a time or polish thing, it’s a design choice to focus on two armor types and making sure those feel different and the player appreciates them. We try to make your character move and feel different between light and heavy and having a 3rd one in the middle just muddies it up in how it plays, as well as visually. And even now, we still have to tweak those two armor types so they feel different, while remaining fun. Every time we slow down heavy armor more, it feels bad, but it’s the main way of balancing it. We’ve added other ways of balancing it that feel right—like different stamina drain rates when sprinting and such.

Mark and recall is one where it’s a lot of fun, but like levitation, was removed so we could design better gameplay spaces and scenarios. We were really limited in Morrowind because the player could recall or levitate out of many situations and break them. There was a lot of good gameplay and level design work that we just couldn’t do and now we can. Back then it seemed like many good ideas we had were shot down when another designer would say “oh yeah, I just levitate or recall away.” So we got rid of them.

7) Will we be able to have relationships with the NPCs, romantic or otherwise?
Bruce: Absolutely! You make friends with people by doing things for them. Friends in the game will treat you differently. Some of them will even agree to go with you into dungeons and on adventures. You can even get married. If you own a house, your spouse will move in with you.

8) Are there any new armor/weapon materials unique to Skyrim?
Matt: One of the most prized and rarest sets of armor is made from dragons. It can be forged in both a light and heavy variant. You’ll see a return of many armors from previous games, such as leather and steel, however these have been redesigned in the Nordic style.

9) Can we have some specifics about the PC version of the game? How will it's UI be different? Will there be a 64-bit executable?
Todd: 64-bit specific exe? Not at this time. As far as UI, it visually looks the same across the platforms, but the controls are entirely different. There’s also a lot of “power user” stuff we do with the keyboard from how favorites work, to quick saves, and more that is similar to what we’ve done before in that area. We’re packing a lot of info on the screen and the whole interface is much less ‘look at giant fonts!’ than, say, Oblivion. The PC version also gets higher res textures, larger render modes, and a bunch of other effects you can scale up if your machine is a beast. Last but most important, is the Creation Kit we’ll be releasing for the PC. Modding the game and making it your own is very important to us and our fans, so we’re going to keep doing whatever we can in that area.

10) How will enchanting work in Skyrim? Will we have to constantly refill our enchantments with soul gems like we did in Oblivion, or will it be more like Morrowind in which the weapons recovered after a certain resting period?
Bruce: The method in Oblivion worked really well, so we kept it. Magic weapons use charges and have to be refilled with soul gems. Magic armor is always on and doesn’t need to be recharged. Soul gems and their lore and usage are a staple of the Elder Scrolls.

We have revamped the enchanting system though. Enchanting is now a skill. The better your skill and perks, the better you are at creating enchanted items. You’ll be able to find enchanting stations all over the world, which will make it much more accessible. 

There are some changes from Oblivion, including the effects you can use when creating items, as well as how you learn effects. You now learn enchanting effects by “breaking down” a magic item you find, as opposed to them coming from spells you know. This allows us to separate enchanting from the other magical skills better.

11) What are the differences between the races? I guess they'll have different skill bonuses, but will they also start with different perks or have different "hard-coded" attributes, such as different running speeds or maximum encumbrance, etc.?
Todd: They each start with some skills that are higher by default, but those aren’t hard to overcome with another race in a short time. They also have different starting spells and each has its own passive abilities, like before, as well as powers, like before. So Khajiit can see in the dark, Orcs have a berserk power, Redguards have Adrenaline Rush, and so forth. They work differently in the new system, but the flavor is the same. We kept all the racial movement speeds the same, that’s now a factor of what you’re wearing and have equipped. And starting max encumbrance is the same and is based on your Stamina attribute.

12) Is there any game content (story, quests) that might be locked for a character based on race/faction/politics allegiances/morality/choices? Or one can experience all the content in one single play?
Todd: We do have some stuff that gets locked out based on decisions you make. It’s wherever it felt natural. It wasn’t a goal that you could or couldn’t play everything with one character. The game’s honestly so big that we don’t think about it much.

13) To what extent will our racial / gender selection at the start of the game will affecting our gameplay? Are there relationships affected by these choices?
Bruce: Your race is very important. It’s more than just how you look. Each race has a bias toward certain types of characters. If you want play a wizard, it will be easier with a High Elf or a Breton. If you want to play a warrior, it will be easier with a Nord or a Redguard. However, just like in Oblivion, we don’t force you to follow that bias. If you want to be a Nord wizard, that’s completely viable.

Gender does not change any initial skills or abilities. There is nothing that men do better than women or vice versa in the game. Other characters will recognize your gender and address you properly. Some may have prejudices for or against a particular gender as a part of their character, but it won’t change what you can or can’t do.

14) Do you plan to include non lethal ways of defeating opponents??
Todd: Depends on what you mean by “defeat”. We have various stealthy ways of getting past people, and the various poisons and spells allow you to basically render enemies harmless to you, whether that is casting a calm or fear spell, knocking them down, or something else. 

Oh, and we now have tavern brawls that are non-lethal! I love those.

15) Will boss fights involve interesting mechanics involved as opposed to just more health and hits harder?
Todd: We have many new combat behaviors in our AI that makes fights with certain enemies very dynamic and interesting. It matters what the enemy can do. Dragons, for example, can do lot of things from multiple shouts, bombing runs, picking guys up, and more. An enemy that has a sword and shield, a bow, magic spells, and potions will use all of those things, and those fights are the most interesting. But we also design some combat encounters where the player simply may get mobbed by more simple enemies, and those have a different pace and strategy.

16) Do companions have skill and perk trees we can train? 
Bruce: No, you only manage your own. Though companions often have certain perks so they behave different or better.

17) Is the culture in Skyrim strictly Nordic, or are there places (like Cheydinhal in Cyrodiil) that show influence from other cultures nearby, like architecture, religion, etc?
Matt: While there are pockets of other races in the game, we focused on the Nordic culture and their regional differences. The architecture between cities is dramatically different and reflects how the Nords live in that area.

18) So, the dragons are big and powerful. Did you include some destructible environment so they could leave marks and scars everywhere they attack? Can they demolish buildings, break trees, start avalanches, burn houses, things like this that emphasize their power?
Todd: They do leave marks and scars everywhere, but as far as destroying buildings and such, it’s rare. It does happen, but not a lot. Systemically destroying our spaces is something we have not found a good way to handle yet, because it’s so dynamic. We’re dealing with places that we have NPCs living, and providing quests and other game services. It’s something we avoid in every game unless we can specifically wipe it off the map, like Megaton.

19) Will there be any difference between the animation sets of male and female as well as human-like and 'beast' characters? 
Matt: The animation system is completely new and dramatically improved. You will notice huge difference from previous games. There are differences between male and female animations, and even beast races have some specific animations.

20) Will any sort of karma system be incorporated like there was in Fallout, or will it be the Fame/Infamy system of Oblivion?
Bruce: We don’t provide a numeric score that you can track, but the game knows if you’ve been naughty or nice. We felt that a number really didn’t do your fame justice. Characters in the world will acknowledge the specific things you have done rather than just a generalized reputation. If you are a criminal, they’ll know that too. But if you pay your debt to society, all is forgiven.

21) Will crafting (weapons, armor) be effected by the tools you use as well as the ingredients used in the crafting? Such as the hammers and clippers, mastery level of the weapons and your level? Basically, will I be able to produce a more powerful, or even unique, weapon if I use a master hammer or clipper as opposed to novice?
Bruce: The blacksmith’s shop includes a forge, a grindstone, and a smithing bench. You can improve your weapons at the grindstone. The higher your skill, the more you can improve them, and the more damage they’ll do. Same thing for armor with the smithing bench, only the armor rating gets better. The forge is actually used to create new weapons and armor from raw materials.

22) Will your character have a voice? So that you can hear yourself having a conversation with other people?
Todd: You do have a voice, but you only hear it in grunts and shouts. So we have recorded for each race and sex you can play, all the different combat grunts, as well as the dragon language shouts.

23) Obviously every character is "Dragonborn", but not every character will be playing the same way. The question is: Will dragon shouts support all types of characters? Are there long ranged shouts? Some kind of stealthy "shout"? 
Todd: Yes, the shouts support all character types. We’re not ready to talk about the other shouts yet, but soon enough.

24) Are there going to be places where you can use nature to your advantage? Like make a trap out of a falling tree or climb a tree to stealth attack an enemy?
Todd: Yes and no. You can’t make things, but our environment is so dense, you’re almost always using the natural terrain to get an advantage, especially with stealth.

25) Will you be able to carry on after the main story?
Todd: Yes, absolutely.

There's some good info in there. I'm disappointed that they're sticking with the Oblivion method for recharging magical items, I did prefer how Morrowind handled it much more. I guess I'll be lugging around Umbra all the time, as usual. That said, the idea of learning enchantments through the breaking down of other items is kinda interesting and does stop the issue of filling my spellbook with effects just so I could use them as the spell-making altars. I just hope altars are as common as they suggest. 
 
Hopefully the crafting system is flesh out enough -- even being comparable to New Vegas' system would be kinda nice. I hope that there's some really great stuff you can make if you actually master a profession. 
 
The question about scaled loot was a little worrisome, but the promise of the Daedric artifacts being always good is nice. I just hope it's not another Glass Armor Bandits situation and it's scaled suitably well -- Fallout did it pretty good with regards to this, with the more powerful items appearing when you're higher level, but also having unique items scattered around.
 
I love that they're at least thinking about the idea of making content inaccessible depending on your actions, that was one of the things that always kept me coming back to Morrowind: having to live with the consequences of your actions. 
 
The stuff about races and genders is about expected really, never really expected them to change otherwise. It's awesome to be able to make an Orc or Nordic mage or barbaric Altmer if I so choose.
#2 Posted by FreakAche (2957 posts) -

You turn into a dragon at the end of the main quest! I'm callin' it! :D

#3 Posted by McGhee (6075 posts) -

I like that you can make your character's body a different size. It always bothers me that everyone had the exact same physique. Also, the way he answered question 1 makes me think the answer is "yes" and the mystery of what that creature may be is exciting.

#4 Posted by Aishan (1028 posts) -
@FreakAche: Been done
Avatar of Akatosh (Oblivion)
#5 Posted by laserbolts (5386 posts) -

Man I can't wait to start a tavern brawl. So HYPED for this game.

#6 Posted by FreakAche (2957 posts) -
@Aishan: Well Akatosh isn't really a dragon, at least not in the same sense as the Akaviri dragons that are presumably showing up in this game. Or maybe he is? I really don't know. I'm thinking that this game's main quest will clarify a lot of questions surrounding the lore in previous games since dragons have always been central to the Elder Scrolls mythos, despite never really showing up.
#7 Posted by PeasantAbuse (5138 posts) -

Tavern brawls?  I'm in.
#8 Posted by SlightConfuse (3963 posts) -

i hope the police are not as omnipotent in skyrim, do anything and the automatically find you in oblivion

#9 Posted by FreakAche (2957 posts) -
@slightconfuse said:

i hope the police are not as omnipotent in skyrim, do anything and the automatically find you in oblivion

I remember reading somewhere that they overhauled how the guards behave. Apparently you only have local bounties now, so if you break the law in one city, you won't be instantly hunted down in another city or out in the wilderness.
#10 Posted by Bwast (1342 posts) -

As silly as it sounds, I'm actually a little surprised that quicksaves will be in the PC version. 
 
Getting so hype for this.

#11 Posted by Bollard (5937 posts) -

Good interview, even if there were a few typos in the fan's questions.

#12 Posted by Dylabaloo (1549 posts) -

@slightconfuse said:

i hope the police are not as omnipotent in skyrim, do anything and the automatically find you in oblivion

I loved how each Guard in Oblivion was a mini-terminator stopping at nothing to hunt you down. But yeah, I wouldn't be sad to see it gone in Skyrim. 11/11/11 can't come sooner, can't wait for this game!

#13 Posted by ChaosDent (234 posts) -

It's nice to see continued commitment to modding from Bethesda. Also it's nice that they acknowledged the font complaint in Oblivion, so maybe the UI won't be the first thing I need to mod this time!

#14 Posted by FreakAche (2957 posts) -

I like the confirmation that Daedric artifacts are back. This presumably means that the Daedric quests are back as well, which was a question I had previously asked in these forums. 
 
Also, the fact that there will be specific enchanting and smithing stations surprised me. I had assumed that you would be able to use these skills wherever you wanted. I wonder if there will also be specific places where you can perform alchemy, since they've said that they're trying to unify all these skills under one crafting system.

#15 Posted by Aishan (1028 posts) -
@FreakAche: If there's one thing I'd like to be able to do with alchemy is actually set up an alchemy station. Stick the mortar/pestle, calcinator, alembic and retort of your choice down and not have to worry about lugging them around.
#16 Posted by FreakAche (2957 posts) -
@Aishan: Yeah, I guess that makes sense. Some of that equipment was ridiculously heavy in Morrowind and Oblivion, especially considering that if you were doing a lot of alchemy, you probably weren't playing the type of character with very high strength, so encumbrance would frequently be in issue.
#17 Posted by theguy (797 posts) -
@Aishan: Mods have already done that for Oblivion and Morrowind.
#18 Posted by Gabriel (4088 posts) -

ugh I was hoping Bethesda wouldn't bring in relationships in a sexual way to their games, well I guess it's more tolerable here than in Oblivion since the woman don't look like pork rinds with a face.

#19 Posted by Droop (1917 posts) -

Wives and tavern brawls. I'm hyped.

#20 Edited by gike987 (1786 posts) -

Yes, high res textures for PC! I heard some rumor that they wouldn't do it, good to know that they still care enough about the PC version to add high res textures.

#21 Posted by TheMustacheHero (6655 posts) -
@slightconfuse said:

i hope the police are not as omnipotent in skyrim, do anything and the automatically find you in oblivion

Yeah I remember in Morrowind they'd only arrest you if you did something in front of them. 
#22 Posted by JakeTaylor (307 posts) -

Damn it,  November is too far away.

#23 Posted by Tennmuerti (8175 posts) -

3 ,4, 6, 9, 12, 13, 20 - dissapointing

#24 Posted by Binman88 (3693 posts) -

Is he referring to the use of quicksaves as "power user" stuff, or the fact that there is a quick save key being "power user" stuff? Because neither of that stuff sounds like power user stuff to me. 
 
Good interview though.

#25 Posted by eroticfishcake (7792 posts) -

The more I hear about this game the more I find new to the series. It almost feels like it's bleeding over Fable's mechanics. Really, looking forward to this.

#26 Posted by Spoonman671 (4837 posts) -

It sounds like mostly good stuff.  I do really wish I could skewer a motherfucker with a spear though.  And having to recharge my weapons is going to be a chore.

#27 Posted by Yorick (228 posts) -

What about leveling? Wasn't the leveling in Oblivion known as bad or something? Something about leveling too fast and the enemies become too strong.
#28 Posted by paulithon (103 posts) -

wives,tavern brawls,jobs,dragons,houses. I may just live the rest of my life in skyrim it sounds more interesting!

#29 Posted by CrossTheAtlantic (1146 posts) -

Kind of bummed about the further simplification of armor. I get that it's good from a graphic standpoint, but I liked "collecting the whole set" in Morrowind (or in my case, stealing an entire set of glass armor way too early in the game).

#30 Posted by Agent47 (1892 posts) -
@Yorick: They've said that leveling is similar to Fallout 3 but a little tweaked as well.I don't know how fast you level up, all enemies are given a base level by the game, but when ever you enter a zone the enemies in that area are "locked" the game stops them from leveling up.So you can get stronger and come back to finish those tough enemies.
#31 Posted by Hobbies (976 posts) -

Some terrible, terrible news in there, especially the curaiss/greaves combination. The series is losing a lot of its variety. I don't like that.

#32 Posted by Unchained (1090 posts) -

Everything I hear about this game has me so excited. I can't wait. I've already booked my week off following the release of the game.

#33 Posted by JP_Russell (1174 posts) -

Not sure what to think of Bethesda putting marriage into the game.  Bethesda's writing is terrible, and their skills in depicting character's emotions and relationships are even worse.  Having characters you can marry is an element that will rely on those two things first and foremost, so I can't see it being anything other than extremely awkward and wooden in Skyrim. 
 
Good questions and answers on the whole, in any case.  I like that all races will have the same base run speed.  In Oblivion, every race had their movement speed modified by not just their speed attribute, but also their height, so high elves always had the highest speed capacity, and male wood elves always had the lowest.  Wood elf suits my playstyle best, so I didn't care for that.

#34 Posted by Soapy86 (2625 posts) -
Most of what I read sounds great. And the stuff that seems kind of iffy doesn't really bother much, if at all.
#35 Posted by SlightConfuse (3963 posts) -

@FreakAche said:

@slightconfuse said:

i hope the police are not as omnipotent in skyrim, do anything and the automatically find you in oblivion

I remember reading somewhere that they overhauled how the guards behave. Apparently you only have local bounties now, so if you break the law in one city, you won't be instantly hunted down in another city or out in the wilderness.

i like that idea a lot, i just want them to remove the x-ray vision they have

#36 Edited by Animespara (53 posts) -
@Hobbies: Nah, if anything -- this game is all about variety. The environments, the amount of stuff to do, etc..etc.. has been expanded in skyrim. Every elder scrolls release is an event and i dont see anything being compromised for a larger audience. 
#37 Edited by FrakesFace (46 posts) -

Anyone else creeped out by the rather specific questions about "body proportions" and "romantic relationships"? Of all the questions you have the opportunity to ask, are those the ones that need answering?  
 
Edit: I was gonna say that TESNexus.com is going to do some nasty stuff with the romance, but then again, they're gonna do that anyway. 

#38 Posted by cap123 (2477 posts) -

Why simplify armour like that? I want to have to go treasure hunting, troll killing and questing so i can earn, bit by bit, a cool set of armour! I want to look fugly on occasion to make when i look awesome feel even better, and hell, i might stumble across a cool mix along the way.
 
:( i don't like it when people simplify loot... i will reserve judgement i guess though.

#39 Posted by TheDudeOfGaming (6078 posts) -
@Aishan said:
@FreakAche: Been done
Avatar of Akatosh (Oblivion)
They may have called the Imperial City Tokio. 
Anyway the game will be absolutely awesome, my only fear is not being able to run it on this old PC of mine.
#40 Posted by sabrestrike (6 posts) -

I have to say, I'm disappointed that they are keeping the item-recharge system from Oblivion. I know soul gems have always been part of the Elder Scrolls universe, but it's annoying to have to constantly recharge items. I hope they at least give us a quick way to recharge our items without going into the menu after every battle. Maybe just allow us to set it up so that soul gems automatically go towards recharging our current weapon without needing to futz around in the inventory every 20 seconds.

#41 Posted by Beforet (2941 posts) -

Dragon armor, dragon armor, Dragon Armor, mother fucking DRAGON ARMOR! It's armor. Made of Dragons! Infinite Dragons means Infinite Dragon Armor!

#42 Posted by TheChaos (1138 posts) -
@Aishan: Glass Armor Bandit is my new rap name.
#43 Posted by Aronman789 (2673 posts) -

Ah man, this marriage thing is going to drive people to make pregnancy mods, I know it. Anyway the marriage things sounds kinda fable-like, but at least it won't be like Bioware trying to make me like a character against my will by showering me with badly-written sob stories.

#44 Posted by WinterSnowblind (7617 posts) -

This sounds absolutely dire, they're taking the game even further in the direction of Oblivion and that's exactly what they shouldn't be doing.

This is shaping up to be the next Dragon Age 2.. Except people will ignore that because it's open world and provides a false sense of freedom.

#45 Posted by Aishan (1028 posts) -

I think that I may be in the minority here but I have absolutely zero problems with "streamlining" content. 
 
The problems I had with Oblivion really had nothing to do with making it more streamlined or accessible or whichever marketing-term is in vogue at the moment. Oblivion suffered because of some strange core-design decisions, primarily the excessive and overly aggressive enemy and loot scaling. What they're doing with Skyrim seems like 'trimming the fat' more than anything -- taking a look at each element and seeing if it worth keeping, whether it provides a unique experience or whether it can be condensed down into something more meaningful. The cuirass/greaves thing is a little strange, but I do understand their reasoning from the art-perspective. While it might make sense for some characters to mix-and-match a clown suit of armour pieces, it does come across as very strange looking. It's also worth noting that Fallout 3 / NV only had the single armour piece and they worked out just fine, there was still plenty of room for customisation and unique looks.
 
The funny thing I always see with these discussions is that they generally only ever look at what's being taken away, rather than looking at the whole picture and seeing what's coming in elsewhere. Little things, like the changes to Armourer/Smithing to be more than just a way of repairing your gear, that's awesome.

#46 Posted by PenguinDust (12667 posts) -

If you can get married, I wonder if you can get pregnant, too.  That was in Fable II, if I recall correctly.  I'm not demanding it, I just think it would be kind of neat. 

#47 Posted by Beforet (2941 posts) -

@Aronman789 said:

Ah man, this marriage thing is going to drive people to make pregnancy mods, I know it. Anyway the marriage things sounds kinda fable-like, but at least it won't be like Bioware trying to make me like a character against my will by showering me with badly-written sob stories.

Drive people? Both Morrowind and Oblivion already have pregnancy and birth mods. Morrowind has a fleshed out marriage mod. It's in French, but it's there.

#48 Posted by sreya92 (193 posts) -

And yet somehow the easily answered question of, "how many discs will this be on for the 360" continues to elude interviewers

#49 Posted by Aishan (1028 posts) -
@sreya92: Probably because the answer is a "One."
#50 Edited by bioblood22 (420 posts) -

Or "It doesn't matter because the game is worth a disc change, or a million of them." As far as I am concerned. 
 
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