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Keneth

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  1. This is hardly a new issue, I've seen plenty of threads regarding this problem, but it seems I'm unable to unlock this achievement. I've just completed a TCS pacifist run and managed to unlock every other achievement that I expected to unlock except for Zero Knockouts, which obviously should have popped as well, seeing as it was a solo run. Do Heodan and Cassica count for this achievement? Because the stats screen says "None" in the most knockouts category. If so, how do you avoid invalidating the achievement? Do you have to keep them alive until their ultimate demise? I'm slightly mif
  2. No one can be expected to read the comments on every update; They're basically just white noise. Any information offered in the comment sections might as well have been screamed through the window of Obsidian's studio to similar effect. The last time I had checked the FAQ, the information wasn't there. And it wasn't exactly a burning question in my mind until way after the campaign had ended, so I had no reason to peruse the FAQ on a regular basis. Admittedly, this is partly my own fault, but this is the kind of information that should have made it into the updates themselves w
  3. The fact that the coupon is only redeemable on Steam saddens me greatly. I wish they would have informed us of this caveat beforehand, but I guess they couldn't afford losing pledges. I suppose I'll wait a couple of months in hopes that a GOG option is provided, otherwise I won't be buying the game.
  4. Because modern games are incredibly complex systems and will invariably have any number of bugs or other issue of varying magnitude. A thousand bugs doesn't mean a thousand game-breaking bugs. It just mean 1000 bugs. Do you think Skyrim had fewer at release? Because the game was finished. At least as far as their schedule allowed. Was it perfect? No, but there probably hasn't been a game in the last decade that was anywhere close to perfect state. The best a developer can do is keep fixing the issues until the software reaches an acceptable point where most of the issues are mi
  5. That is almost never the case. In most cases, achievements are goals set by developers and therefore, by definition, a very much intended way of playing the game.
  6. Considering there's an explicit achievement for triple crown solo playthrough, I'd say your definition of "intended" is a bit lacking. All official modes of play are intended—that includes all difficulties and any number of party members including solo—and all of them deserve balance in all things.
  7. So yeah, there's probably a lot more that hasn't been mentioned in the patch notes...
  8. Part of the reason why people hate druids in D&D is because they get a bona fide fighter along with them as a class feature (animal companion). Personally, I don't see anything wrong with having to sacrifice upgrading your ranger to upgrade your pet. I do, however, agree that there should be some much better choices both in what pets are available and how you can improve them. It's a little depressing that you're a master of beasts and you can't tame yourself anything even remotely resembling one.
  9. You clearly have no idea what a psychopath is if you're willing to put that stamp on any random murderer. I could not decypher the rest of the sentence even after accounting for the missing puncuation. Attractive to one what? One psychopath? To anyone? I think you're projecting your own subjective sense of morality on a group within a society that has little in common with ours. Some of the people in there could very well be psychopaths, but such a lifestyle is no less likely to attract people who are not psychopaths, so there is zero correlation between the two. You say th
  10. Well, let's see... The Doemnels are scumbags and thieves, profiting off of others' misfortune and hard work. The Dozens are a bunch of ignorant wankers panicking over things they don't understand. And the Crucible Knights are a somewhat elitist police force keeping the peace and order. Since there's no honor among thieves and the Dozens are afraid of their own shadows, the choice was pretty easy. You can unlock all three merchants anyway, and they'll keep trading with you forever.
  11. I agree, actually, but "race" is an accepted word, even in the scientific community, to distinguish between the ethno-racial groups within our actual biological race. Nearly ever study, poll, and statistic I've ever seen ostensibly supports my claim. That is not to say I haven't seen claims to the contrary, but it's hard to say how much of the "evidence" on either side is just propaganda or undeliberate misinterpretation of data (which may or may not even contain a valid sample). As I am not an anthropologist, I have never put any of the research under scrutiny, nor would I care to
  12. White women are by far the most universally liked of all the races, so you have your pick of the litter. I would also wager a guess that cRPGs are played most prominently by white people, so that would be a target audience as well. I know people like to pretend that we're all equal, but the simple fact is that there are differences between people of different descent, and negroid physical features in women are often considered less attractive than those of other races. So, if you're gonna try and make an attractive black woman character, the best selection of women to model your character on w
  13. I'm pretty sure the "bug" has been reported. Whether it's been added to their bug tracker or not is anyone's guess though.
  14. Just be glad you can't quicksave during combat. I can't tell you how many times I've screwed myself over by quicksaving/loading at the wrong time in games where you can do so.
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