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Creslyn

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  1. Weathered Grimoire (Dyrford Ruins - Blood Legacy - Wymund's wizard companion) Lv 1: Arkemyr's Dazzling Lights, Chill Fog, Fan of Flames, Slicken Lv 2: Combusting Wounds, Concelhaut's Corrosive Siphon, Curse of Blackened Sight, Mirror Image Lv 3: Fireball, Llengrath's Displaced Image, Minoletta's Bounding Missiles Lv 4: Confusion, Minoletta's Concussive Missiles Lv 5: Blast of Frost, Ryngrim's Enervating Terror
  2. What he said. In BG2 I loved having the ability to create 2 or 3 of my own characters so I'd have a well rounded party regardless of which NPC's I took, because it meant I could pick and choose my companions based on their personality, not their skillset, without leaving any gaping holes in the skills and abilities that might be needed.
  3. A lot of folks seem to be focused on the good vs evil thing, I personally prefer to go with the idea of altruism vs ruthlessness and I'm not particularly worried if a goal is the same for multiple paths in a game, as long as the play experience along the way is different and you can change the outcome by your choices. To give an example of what I mean, take the following scenario (it's going to be terribly simple and involve kittens, don't mind that or read too much into it). Basic scenario is you have a bunch of warring/bickering states and a big bad over yonder who is going to come along
  4. Giving the community the ability to create their own mods is always a good thing, regardless of if a game has MP or not. The only real question is whether the devs can afford the time and expense to create and release them. So while I'd love them to release some tools, I'd be happy if they simple have the game in a state where it's possible for the community to create it's own tools/mods and go from there (like every IE game ever).
  5. I'm not too fussed about the rest of it but housing would be great. Anyone who's played rpg's with me knows that if its dead, I'm looting it, and being the inveterate packrat that I am I need somewhere to store all my loot. While VO would be nice (BG2 without Irenicus voiced as he was wouldn't be the same game) it does cost a lot and makes it damn hard to edit things later (vo actor availability, extra cost, etc), and more importantly Obisidian have already said no so not much point discussing it.
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