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About Pawel.pc44

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  1. Fixing the Wheel is actually the core of Eothas's plan. It's a test for the kith- they're meant to find a solution to the Wheel's destruction, and in the process they'll grow beyond the need for the gods. It also gives them an opportunity to stop powering the gods leaving them out of the new Wheel, if the kith don't want to continue serving them after learning the truth about their creation. This makes no sense at all. If 'gods' and reincarnation were created by Engwithans, who created souls and everything else?
  2. The problem with numbers is they can be misleading: https://www.gamingonlinux.com/articles/how-steam-computes-linux-sales.4675/ Game is still buggy, so my question is: was backing it at kickstarter worthwhile? I bet not for everyone.
  3. Same here, but it appeared on two characters who didn't have this weapon equipped. They also have this in their active status effect. It seems problems with active effects are endless here.. http://zapodaj.net/25d6146a9f601.jpg.html
  4. It affects nothing. The hirelings get paid normally every 5 in-game days. It's just a minor UI bug. Good to know. Thanks.
  5. I do not understand how "Currently unpaid" actually affects the game in any way except to be a bit confusing at first. They turn hostile, aren't they? Furthermore, I've experienced another bug with hirelings. When stronghold was under attack and I chose manual fight my Ogre hireling from quest was.. duplicated (!!!) and he (they) was doing nothing. Sadly, I don't have this save game anymore. I didn't check 1.06, yet.
  6. With this being unfixed game is hardly playable: http://forums.obsidian.net/topic/72596-hirelings-currently-unpaid/
  7. Still no fix for hirelings being unpaid? No cipher ability nerf? http://forums.obsidian.net/topic/79180-cipher-beam-spells-are-completely-over-the-top/?do=findComment&comment=1691029
  8. Let's nerf what should be nerfed.. Furthermore, it's not about things that are good, but OVERPOWERED, so you make no sense.
  9. You're missing an obvious point: how is the monk supposed to hit a fighter with his bare hands? Fighter wears heavy armor and shield. Bare hands vs shield or armor = broken hands, bare hands vs sword = no hands at all. Such class like a monk shouldn't have place here, but it's just my opinion.
  10. It's incredible how arrogant you are. You don't need to be able to write code to observe how **** an engine performs, especially when you have other engines to compare it to. I have already explained IN DETAIL, go read it. I am not arrogant, I just have a low tolerence for people who make statements without having any knowledge about software development. I am done with you, come back when you have a clue. Edit: I finally found out how to ignore this kid. You're missing one obvious point: Obsidian devs aren't noobs who don't know how to optimize a game. They have many go
  11. Same here. With current bugs the game is unplayable for me.
  12. PoE works fine, even maxed out on my gaming laptop, perhaps your computer is the issue? Until you are able to see the code, you are just blowing smoke. Unity has MANY successful games, it has for many years, how about you post some reliable counter? My PC is fine. I can run FarCry 3 on highest details. My frame drops aren't graphic related. Game slows down for a moment after entering new location or loading a save game. It's cache issue I think. You didn't answer my question.
  13. Wrong, the fastest games were writtten in Assembly language and eventually C, then C++. C# and Java are higher level languages, but they are perfectly capable of producing very fast games, it all depends on the skill and knowledge of the developer! And regarding DirectX, it is as fast as possible to write to a graphics card without creating your own device drivers! Do you know how DirectX functions under the hood? I do! Which ones were written in assembly language? I hope you're not talking about pre 95' engines? I'm dying to see fast engine made by c# or java (or any other applic
  14. Exactly right, and with deadlines being what they are today, developers do not write as much custom engine code as they used to. Hell, back when I started developing (8 bit computers) we packed a big punch into games by using assembly language, people do not use asm today, they rely on high level languages like C/C++/Java/C# and high level SDK's such as DirectX to access the hardware for them. C and C++ are middle level languages, so comparing them to bloat like c# and java is a huge mistake. The 'fastest' game engines were made in C++. When comes to directx I wouldn't call it fast. It's
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