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  1. Thanks so much Obsidian! I'm hoping all the other major issues will be solved just as quickly, but for now, since the import issues have been adressed, I can finally pick up the game again.
  2. Last week, Josh Sawyer tweeted they're targeting tuesday with the patch, but now it occured to me - he never said which tuesday. Sneaky. But seriously, when? Obsidian pls
  3. I've seen that before. Did you also leave the Sky Dragon (Hylea's quest) and the dragons of the White March alone, though? I got called a dragonslayer too, even though I left the Sky Dragon alive and let the Adra Dragon take over Falenroed. However I did kill the Alpine Dragon. I'm just confused about how a pirate in the Deadfire knows about it, but I suppose it's possible. It's a little weird, but I assume if anyone kills a dragon it'll end up being big news somehow. Game-wise it's just a simple check I guess if you ever had killed one of the three (5? if you count the Mowrgh
  4. The post from Josh Sawyer that was posted here earlier indicates that it's due to variables being set incorrectly and the save import feature messing with negative flag values. Right now, the Edér and Vela import issues are the only known problems caused by this bug, but who knows, there may be more later in the game. I'll be optimistic and hope that by fixing the import system, they'll prevent any other related bugs from surfacing in the future, but until that hotfix, I'm keeping the game on hold because both the Edér and Vela bugs concern me.
  5. Honestly, i'm kinda pissed. I mean you'd think issues that end up being apparent in the first 15 minutes of the game would be easily caught in QA, My thoughts exactly. I thought this kind of polishing was why they delayed release in the first place.
  6. Before Deadfire came out, I poured good 100 hours into a playthrough that I planned to import. There were only two major decisions compared to my first playthrough that I wanted to change, and Vela was one of them. And now I import my save and of all things, THIS has to be bugged? I'm at a loss here. Don't know if I should stop playing and wait for a fix, or restart with a custom state. Is there a list of all the flags I'll be missing out on with a premade state? Anyway, I'm glad the bug is registered and being worked on, at least.
  7. Fascinating how quickly this thread has turned into pessimism olympics Personally this game is the highlight of my year, so I doubt I'll even start noticing the negatives within the first 100 hours of gameplay.
  8. Think of it like this: You firmly believe in a cause. You devote all of your life to it, fight for it with all your might. Even at your final hour, when your bones are being shattered at the wheel, you'd stay true to your ideals and spit in the face of those who would dampen them, rather than end your pain with but a single moment of hypocrisy. And then somebody just barges right into your prison and is like "hey, did it occur to you that if you do this one thing that completely opposes everything you ever believed in and fought for your entire life, you can be sort of free?" ...yeah. That's
  9. Think of it like this: You firmly believe in a cause. You devote all of your life to it, fight for it with all your might. Even at your final hour, when your bones are being shattered at the wheel, you'd stay true to your ideals and spit in the face of those who would dampen them, rather than end your pain with but a single moment of hypocrisy. And then somebody just barges right into your prison and is like "hey, did it occur to you that if you do this one thing that completely opposes everything you ever believed in and fought for your entire life, you can be sort of free?" ...yeah. That's
  10. There's no way for Iovara out of Breith Eaman that doesn't involve her becoming a servant to one of the gods. Regardless of how much she knows about the god's secrets, she could only act on that knowledge to whatever degree her patron god would allow. So for her, it's either an eternity of imprisonment, or an eternity of servitude to a god she knows to be fabricated. Destroying her soul is the only way to grant her true peace. At least that's how I understood it. Um, patron god? Afaik, nobody forces people to worship the gods on Eora. Their presence is undeniable and people know they're o
  11. There's no way for Iovara out of Breith Eaman that doesn't involve her becoming a servant to one of the gods. Regardless of how much she knows about the god's secrets, she could only act on that knowledge to whatever degree her patron god would allow. So for her, it's either an eternity of imprisonment, or an eternity of servitude to a god she knows to be fabricated. Destroying her soul is the only way to grant her true peace. At least that's how I understood it.
  12. On the upside, some companions have unique subclasses otherwise unavailable to the player/mercenaries, such as Gunhawk Ranger for Maia.
  13. Fat chance. Personally, I think he's too dangerous even memory wiped, I had his soul destroyed. Thaos is very capable, resourceful, and resolute - no chance he'd ever reconsider his beliefs. However, with his memories wiped, he might end up using his talents to a different end in his next life. For better or for worse, but that's the natural course of the world. I think it's a horrible waste, to completely destroy an ancient and powerful soul (with a completely blank slate at that point). That said, I still erased him. I argued hard with Ondra and GM about how altering memories is wr
  14. This. I did what I could to support Kana's confidence, curiosity and positive view of the Engwithans, and still ended up with the 'affable eccentric' ending for whatever reason. I really don't feel like having another 100-hour playthrough just to fix that, but it bothers me like a tiny, black stain on an otherwise perfectly clean window. Shame we won't be able to edit that kind of stuff on import. I got that ending too, but i don't see it as a bad ending for him. Heck, to me, it seems like the ending most true to himself. I don't think it's a bad ending, but neither is it all that
  15. This. I did what I could to support Kana's confidence, curiosity and positive view of the Engwithans, and still ended up with the 'affable eccentric' ending for whatever reason. I really don't feel like having another 100-hour playthrough just to fix that, but it bothers me like a tiny, black stain on an otherwise perfectly clean window. Shame we won't be able to edit that kind of stuff on import. I got that ending too, but i don't see it as a bad ending for him. Heck, to me, it seems like the ending most true to himself. I don't think it's a bad ending, but neither is it all that
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