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Frank the bunny

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    Seattle Cracker
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    Movies, Games, Travel, Psychological evaluation, Running people over, Abruptly popping up in various locations, Time travel
  1. I honestly wouldn't mind them as a long extinct race either... as long as they stay that way. THE DRAGONS SHALL RISE AGAIN is just so... cliche.
  2. So I'm guessing for races: Human Elf Dwarf Orc (?) And Classes: Knight (defensive combat) Wizard (magic) Thief/Rogue (stealth) Cleric (healer person) Barbarian (offensive combat)
  3. Wasn't sure if it was a snake or Dragon... I'd be perfectly fine with this to.
  4. Ok first off, allow me to introduce myself, as I just joined this forum a few minutes ago, and cannot find the "introduce yourself" section, if there even is one. I am Frank (yes that rabbit from Donnie Darko), some of you may know me from community discussion over at the Bethesda forums, if so, hit me up! It's scary over here. Now on to the actual topic: Dragons. I'm making this thread because, well, I haven't really seen this addressed anywhere and the fine folks over at Obsidian are *gasp* actually listening the the fans! So Dragons. Big reptilian fire breathing monsters, arguably one of the more defining symbols of the fantasy genre. Just a few thoughts I'd like to share concerning them in Project Eternity. First - Will they be making an appearance (and I mean at all, not necessarily in the game, lore as well)? Perfectly understandable if you folks don't want to spoil it. But if they are in... may I throw a few words in? In my humble opinion, Dragons should be treated as... well, Dragons. Meaning, if they are indeed present in the world, they should be rare. Extremely rare. Here out my reasoning - When Bethesda announced they were doing Dragons for Skyrim, I was pretty excited, and from a game play perspective, they worked... for the most part. What they did horribly wrong is they made Dragons common. The largest and most powerful foes in the game world (which they should be) were also extremely common to the point of becoming mundane. Please do not do this. Matter of fact you guys should only do one or two of them at the most. Dragons are enormous, powerful, and majestic creatures and should be treated as such within the world, arguably as I said before being among the rarest and most challenging of monsters. Now this thread should be an ongoing discussion of these creatures (unless I'm shot down ), so what does the community of Obsidian think? I very much hope one you more prominent developers read this and heed what I say - unless I'm intruding on your creation. Peace.
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