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  1. my impression is that maerwald is supposed to be a terrifying vision of your future, and spur you on to find the lead key so that you can be cured. thats why companions keep saying you look like **** because you're not sleeping, and eder has to wake you up from horrible nightmares. the implication is that you're gonna end up like him. You can say your not going to fall but they make like youre just giving it a stiff upper lip, hiding the trouble your going through if you go to dunryd row and happen to shoot lady webb in the dome this is pretty much spelled out: the game ends and epilogue s
  2. my impression is that maerwald is supposed to be a terrifying vision of your future, and spur you on to find the lead key so that you can be cured. thats why companions keep saying you look like **** because you're not sleeping, and eder has to wake you up from horrible nightmares. the implication is that you're gonna end up like him. You can say your not going to fall but they make like youre just giving it a stiff upper lip, hiding the trouble your going through if you go to dunryd row and happen to shoot lady webb in the dome this is pretty much spelled out: the game ends and epilogue s
  3. lol yeah you kind of have to go out of your way not to kill him cool that he gets all pissy when an orlan questions him though. i was an elf so he basically just said "shut it" but didn't try to kill me
  4. I rescued her with GM and told her to wander off into the woods or whatever. let her uncle go with passive aggressive disapproval I was very disappointed with this quest because i could not rp my character the way i wanted... my character is not very empathetic and is aedyran royalty so bloodline is very important to her... she actually sympathies with the nobeman's problem more than his niece. In her view it sucks to be the girl but sacrifices have to be made for pedigree but in the quest there are no options except to be outraged at his actions so i stopped caring and just pick so
  5. I can agree that it doesn't exactly FEEL like the Watcher (i.e. the PC) is going mad. But then again, how does one do that without making the character useless? [...] If you truly feel that you have to make the character useless in order to convey the increasing sense of unhingement (yes, I made that word up), then do so. Punish me. Make me feel the pain. agreed i kept forgetting that i'm supposed to going nuts, which killed one of the main reasons to chase the bad guy in the first place i apparently have the same disease a maerwald where his past lives come back to haunt him and dr
  6. Yeah, I really hate these things. It also feels incredibly inconsistent in regards to some other parts of the game, like the kid you can beat up, or give a knife, no questions asked. Yes, it turns out bad "of course" if you give him a knife (sigh.. how nice it would be if things were more realistic), but that's beside the point. My point being that because of that, these times when 21st-century morality is forced upon you comes across as preachy and jarring. It's actually way worse than in D&D, where the 21st-century morality is expressly an objective part of the setting and if you don
  7. Similarly, if you rescue the the girl in the missing noblewoman quest, there not opion to give her back to her uncle, and when you talk to him you have either act all pissy and passive aggressive or just flat out kill him. The quest imposes the morality of a decent 21st century person on my character's morality, which really made the whole quest lame
  8. maybe not evil but more characters with "alternative morals"? this would only be important if characters have stronger reactions to your actions though as it is Eder has no problem following my cruel 2 deceptive 4 character around so it doen't matter if he's good or not
  9. i agree, to add to it reactions of party members to the things you do are lacking as well. for example in heritage hill you can feed a bunch of people to the crazy gul on the tower in exchange for some power so i go down to the 3 guys locked in the fampyr's closet and say "hey i'm rescuing you, the top of the tower is totally safe go there" Nobody says **** you'd think a certain follower of the god of benevolance would have something to say...like "this bitch is lying go to the gates instead!" Then i'd have to deal with the fallout which would be interesting. Would also make Eder seem t
  10. the damage is low but it's pracically instant cast and recovery time is low, you're supposed to spam it kill the enemy's reflexes, cast 3 fireballs, fight over my wizard seems plenty powerfull
  11. bioware seems to agree because there are nipples in dragon age 3
  12. have aloth cast protection from elements on himself too
  13. i cut his throat because i thought id be able to throw him in the pit and summon a dragon or something but no he just dies thats it
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