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  1. The one that stops people from moving is awesome (mental binding? red icon, lvl2 I think) The one that jumps from target to target is great (lvl2). Started out as a Cipher, have done about twice as much damage as Edér, probably mostly from that one. (obsidian pls don't nerf this is glorious)
  2. Same thing happened to me. Mine only went away after another battle, then they unsummoned and stopped following me around. I do, however, have some wyverns left over on the bridge at my keep, and there's adra beetles everywhere—even places I never brought it. One outside the Dyrford inn is kinda invisible, the one inside sometimes floats in the air. It's kinda funny though, now I can try to find the adra beetle on every map. It was kinda confusing when I got up from the Skaen temple and there was one in Timmy's dye shop, and it helped kill the assistant. I thought it was his adra beetle first. Maybe I should have reloaded and re-killed Iklak rather than hope it would just correct itself. By now I don't have any untainted saves left. :')
  3. It's a driver issue alright. Fixed it by switching to catalyst (more specifically, a beta catalyst (aur link) since plain catalyst requires I downgrade xorg.) I remember when arch dropped support for catalyst because it was such a POS … guess it's got something on the open source driver now.
  4. Nice, I'll try it out when I get home! And probably build a git version of the driver, looks like the last release was about six months ago. Maybe the git version is horribly buggy, maybe it's fixed the problem.
  5. No worries, character creation is as far as I can get before the game crashes.
  6. Oh, so this is where I was supposed to post now. B-) I'm not even sure how to get relevant debug info out of Pillars. Using the Steam version, on Arch 64 bit. Whole computer goes down. I've had this happen before with Wasteland 2 and XCOM, intermittently. Wasteland 2 apparently figured out what the problem was because it stopped doing it after a while. Pillars consistently crashes a bit after the screen starts moving at the beginning, after character creation. Also game looked … interesting in 2560x1440: Running it in a lower resolution (i.e. 720p or 1080p) makes it look like it's supposed to. It still crashes after character creation though. (I've got a six-core athlon can't-remember-exactly, ati radeon hd mumble (radeonsi iirc), six gigs of ram. The specs are OK.)
  7. should be 09:00+0100! actually I'm in favor of 00:00+1200, i.e. as soon as the 26th becomes a thing east of new zealand or wherever the date line is
  8. Where's the pacmanoption? Are you telling me I'll have to usedpkgorrpm?!
  9. Never heard of Bloodborne. Still surprised people buy Sony stuff after the rootkit scandal.
  10. While I agree with pretty much everything else you said, I disagree with this. I loved Battlestar Galactica but every time I heard the word 'frak' it threw me right out of the show. Sounded way too forced and contrived to me. I feel they should have just gone with the real thing and just toned down the amount of times they used it. Obviously, this whole discussion is totally subjective though. Same. Fake swear words are one of the most immersion breaking thing in the genre for me. Yeah, the swearing in BSG was frelling tame. The people in charge of it must've been completely fahrbot.
  11. Look, I install software one way: via a package manager. Does GOG package their games for AUR or have a repository? Because if so I'll switch from the Steam package manager. If I have to unzip some tarball manually—forget about it.
  12. A month is nothing. A week isn't that long. 72 hours is pretty long. 24 hours is a tough burden. 1 hour is maddening.
  13. I find people who are unfamiliar with germanic languages tend to assume people are speaking German, even if it's a scandinavian language. So different! What's the mystery? Probably that Germany is a huge country that people talk about a lot. And Russia's a huge country that's in the media more than other east European countries, so it stands to reason that it pops into people's mind easily. There are a huge amount of languages and dialects in the world. Expecting everyone to have been exposed to everything so they can recognize it is silly. Making mistakes is human, and we're all ignorant about most things. If you want to be angry Zierry, I suggest you find a political or religious forum. There you can really let loose, especially if you're willing to be far left or far right.
  14. Why would a modern interpretation of faith ever develop in a world where the gods are manifest? There might be a few cults, such as the Eye Cult, but confronted with the evidence of living gods, it'd never amount to anything more than an obscure field of study for their academics. I'd expect our modern variant of faith to have developed to keep religion relevant in the face of no evidence—completely superfluous in a gods-are-real universe.
  15. But looting individual corpses IS supported with loot area? I don't see the problem. You just ignore the tabs and close the loot box more often and walk more.
  16. Who's talking about throwing it all together in one big pile? We're talking tabs for the loot box, not your daft loot vacuumer idea. Seriously, you're fighting windmills, man.
  17. Erm, you know DVDs are digital, right? It's right in the name: Digital Versatile Disc. If you want an analogue version you're going to have a bad time: Computers are all digital. All the actual physical signals are analogue! But they represent discrete states, i.e. digital signals. Your chance of getting a non-digital version of a computer game always has been and always will be, absolute zero. Now, if you want to have it on a physical medium, like a DVD … do people still have those things in their computers? B-)
  18. What's this mechanism? I thought we were talking about loot area? You know, this thing? Do you see the tabs on the right-hand side? Those are corpses. The tabs on the left-hand side are player characters. With area looting, you're just spared a bit of clicking. You still know which corpse had which piece of equipment, and you choose where it goes. You're talking about something else in your original post, I think. Loot vacuuming or something. Not loot area.
  19. Azmodiuz: When you loot a corpse, and you don't want the ease and glory of area loot. Here's what you do: Loot the corpse you clicked on Ignore the tabs Close the loot screen Click on another corpse, and repeat
  20. Ok let's not go crazy here. Like area loot, "sell junk" worked fine in Wasteland 2. If you've picked up a lot of badger scrotes and soiled nightclothing, it's fine to press "sell junk" and then un-select whatever junk you want to keep. (I.e. I had my sniper carry around a deck of cards because … well because.) Not sure PoE includes "junk" loot in the same sense though, since I understand there's crafting and stuff involved here. In W2 there's nothing you can do with, say, a badger scrote except carry it for encumbrance or sell it for cash.
  21. Sensuki, others: If it works like it did it did in Wasteland 2: then you don't need any option to disable it. Just loot one corpse at a time, ignoring the tabs.
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