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  1. sorry, but no. even in the absolute moralist dungeons and dragons there are neutral, and even good necromancy spells. not all necromancy deals in killing people and then raising them as mindless servants. http://dndtools.eu/spells/book-of-exalted-deeds--52/last-judgment--90/
  2. i'm still for my idea of fullretard mode. it got things for everyone, and everyone is people who hate video games and love bestiality rape romance novels. which is a pretty big market. obsidian would be foolish not going after that. kobold gang rape, think about it, chris! think of the possiblities! yeah, you tell them homophobic dicksucks what is up, my reading comprehension failing friend!
  3. no, not even in d&d. true, the original lich template requires an evil alignment, but there are dozens of alternatives for neutral or good characters. baenlorns for good or neutral aligned elves, and dread necromancers who can also be neutral gain a lich "light" template at level 20, there is also the archlich template.
  4. DO YOU HAVE EYES IN THAT SKU- woah, almost, but not quite.
  5. there are far more decisive elements to the victory of the english at agincourt than "lol, l0ngblow ar the l33tzor". because the longbow is actually quite ****. the only reason it was used on the isle as long as it was is because they have **** weather there that messes with any kind of composite bow. the french knights were not defeated by the longbow, but the archers. because they actually charged alongside the english men at arms and engaged them in melee combat. so you can't say the longbow is superior to the crossbow because the longbowmen actually stopped using it as soon as it became apperant that heavily armored knights are practically invulnerable to it, and many crossbowmen couldn't even use theirs. it all came down to weather conditions and a battlefield that strongly favoured the english.
  6. are you seriously denying that men are stronger than women? for real?
  7. what different style of combat? kotor combat was identical to that of NWN/2, except crossbows were called laser pistol and longswords lightsabres.
  8. "Dragon Age: Origins or Dragon Age 2 (New Bioware) (6 votes [10.91%] - View)" i wish i knew a spell that transported the six of you into 17th century germany so you could enjoy a good schwedentrunk while relaxing on a spiked chair..
  9. japan, seriously? it's even less of a market for computer rpgs than north america is. most GAMERS over there don't even have a pc powerful enough to play their stupid erog- i mean "visual novels".
  10. i know this is just herping the derp, but still: no. altough the thing we know as katana was never really a weapon designed for warfare (and even those that were played second fiddle to the spear or halberd analogues), it still is basically a sword. and swords tend to be really awesome against lightly armored people, which back in the day was pretty much everyone. and i don't really care if they add shotels or whatever obsucre crap as long as they serve a function and are useful. and to echo the realistic arms and armor thread here: don't look like high fantasy plastic toys.
  11. i actually support a very easy mode. you could make it like the heart of fury one you tick at the beginning of the game, let's call it fullretard mode, were every enemy in the game is replaced by a crippled kobold that drops every artefact in the game and millions of experience points when you beat him. he will also be a recurring character and the closer you are to completing the game, the more crippled he will be. so at the start he may be just missing a finger, but by the end he will just have his head and torso left. and instead of a final, hard bossfight you talk to the crippled kobold who then tells you about the pains of being a crippled kobold and how he only wanted to be loved, and then you have like three choices, either your maincharacter romances the kobold(good), ask him for money(neutral), or your party gangrapes him(evil) that'd be pretty sweet.
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