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  1. thanks Iantzk... yeah i was just running through bronze beneath the lake hoping that if i attacked the dozens group there, the dozens would hate me... no such luck. man, for such an important decision to be made in the game without knowing it will have consequences, i.e. i took bronze beneath the lake just because i take every quest in defiance bay because i cant stand the load times there, and even though i thought "gee i like the crucible knights, will they frown on this?", i decided there's NO WAY Obsidian would not somehow allow getting locked out of quests based on accepting a seemingly b
  2. i notice all the posts are old, but i finally made it to this point in the game and have had the SAME EXACT ISSUE!!! it's kind of a poor design choice. i mean, up until Defiance Bay, the world map almost worked in a semi-linear fashion. quest "a" leads to "b" and then "c" and so on... but then u get to DB, and there's 5 pretty large areas full of quests, i mean you go from having 5 to 10 total quests before u get here, to now receiving like 20, and we're supposed to know how detrimental accepting a quest from the dozens could be?? i wanted to back the crucible knights, and now they w
  3. so IDK what to do at this point.... you know its funny too, because i was just gathering all the quests throughout defiance bay when i first made it there, then started questing somewhat backwards to copperlane, because it seems liek the game was designed for you to make it to the bay, do most of your copperlane quests then move to another portion of the city. anyway, i wanted to help the crucible knights because i liked their MO. and as i was being ADD accepting quests and working on them, i finally finished a dozens quest from long before i even met the crucible knights, so i could buy
  4. how good is the game's music? i kept having "false starts", playing Pillars for some reason. i would play just 5 to 10 hours, it wouldnt hook me (somehow) and i would stop until a new patch came out. one day, while PoE wasn't on my radar AT ALL, i stumbled on a post on Gamebanshee.com showing video of the orchestra playing/recording the songs for PoE, i already knew i liked the music, and man just seeing those songs played did something to me... that was about 2 weeks ago, i am now currently on a streak with PoE, that i haven't been on with any other game since Dragon Age: Origins, Phantas
  5. this sounds awesome, and please tell me someone at obsidian was thinking of an oft forgotten lil gem called "Earthdawn" when this feature was dreamt up?!?!?! either way, i'm super stoked!!!!! haven't even finished the video yet, just saw that news and poo'd a lil.... hugs n bunnies @ obsidian!!!!!!!!
  6. WOO!!! thanks a bunch "J"!!!!! thats looks cool man. gustafson has such a great look for a fantasy warrior!!!!
  7. BADASSS!!!!!!! saw someone talking about MMA and was like, "huh, whats this?" and saw ur custom portraits. awesome!!!! i was just about to ask about a rousey portrait and then i saw it, its beautiful man!!! shes my fave fighter. also a fan of cain and condit. alexander gustasson would be a PERFECT fit when he had his beard too... swedish warrior!!!! cheers.
  8. so, was just recently watching the Planescape video and yeah, it looks awesome. i'm so happy that we are FINALLY getting to play these classic D&D like RPGs again!!! it was a golden age from 1998 to 2004, and then, nothing. atari dropped the ball SO MANY times... think of all the games they bailed on that needed more work...? i feel like Pillars of Eternity is like a cross between Temple of Elemental Evil and Pools of Radiance from 2001... i was SO excited for those games. i think atari/wizards of the coast even decided to change the games rules system from D&D 2.
  9. so, it seems like a foregone conclusion that shadowrun is a great modern//urban RPG that many devs draw inspiratu from. i also really dig shadowrun. but i have to ask Feargus as well as the whole team @ obsidian and any fellow forumites reading this, does anyone have ANY love for Earthdawn?!?!? i guess it goes without saying i'm a HUGE fan of ED. it was also a FASA tabeltop RPG. before D&D came out with 3.0 and 3.5 i had many different issues with the 2nd ed rulesets. so when i spotted the Earthdawn campaign setting hardback in my local Walden's (lol, remember that old place fellow
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