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  1. Hello! Has anyone heard of this bug: At the beggining, when the elves attack, and you step out to fight them. During the fight, after Cartman give you some chips and teaches you about healing, he tells you to counter the two attacks of an elf. Well after I do that, the elf drops his sword and then nothing happens!!! Cartman doesn't say anything, the elf just stands there.
  2. why are ppl still comparing this to BG2 in terms of size? this is a kickstarter project. Even with Unity and 2D painted backrounds 4M$ isn't that much. They need to deliver on the stretch goals that they promised first. All these extra stretch goals can be incorporated in the add on. Obsidian rly needs to stop trying to reach BG2 in scope and size. They just don't have the budget AND IT'S OK!
  3. i can't believe ppl voted yes:( yeah let's add more stretch goals and let's release the game in bloody 2016! did they ran out of money already? if not than just save all those ideas for the add ons the game is already huge.
  4. Can someone tell me pls if it's possible to pledge 35$ and then add the Campaign Almanac and Digital Collector's Book as add ons? What is the difference between these two? Also I've noticed that at 45$ you get the digital collector's book ...... no Almanac:( is the Almanac available only as an addon?
  5. Can someone tell me pls if it's possible to pledge 35$ and then add the Campaign Almanac and Digital Collector's Book as add ons? What is the difference between these two? Also I've noticed that at 45$ you get the digital collector's book ...... no Almanac:( is the Almanac available only as an addon?
  6. We'll probably do a lore update for them in the future, but here are the basics: * Centuries ago, one man founded the fighting monastic disciplines. He was an old warrior who had knocked on death's door many times and had endured numerous periods of captivity and torture. He discovered a method of mentally focusing on his pain to invoke power from his soul. When he left the service of his lord, he devoted his time to developing these techniques and teaching them to other warriors (in this way, he can be seen as a sort of cross between Ignatius of Loyola and Suzuki Shōsan). He believed that mortification of the flesh not only made warriors more powerful, but that it strengthened the souls of its practitioners, making it more likely that their souls would remain intact (i.e., not fragment) when they died. He advocated fighting with bare fists and without armor to emphasize a fighting monk's personal suffering. * Because the founder of these disciplines was old when he began teaching and died only a few decades later, there are now many different monastic orders. Some are more secluded, some are mendicant travelers, some are mercenaries. They all tend to believe, like their founder, that combat is the ideal path for pursuing their particular brand of mortification of the flesh. Some choose to pursue this in dedicated service, some become mercenaries or assassins, and others devote their lives to dangerous wandering and exploration. There are other groups that also practice mortification of the flesh, but they are not "fighting" monks. * Monks believe in the fundamental philosophy of mortification of the flesh, but different orders and individuals have wildly different takes on it. Some monks (and entire orders) are very religious, but the founder was not religious and the discipline does not depend on religion. Most monks see the disciplines as a method of self-improvement that can co-exist with (or without) religious beliefs. ok now I'm sold ... damn you Mr. Sawyer! :D I disliked the idea at first mostly because I had such a blast playing the D&D monk in Nverewinter Nights 2. Will it be possible to inflict wound on oneself in order to use those special abilities while the tank keeps the aggro of a mob?
  7. They should of used this picture. It fits the mechanics they described perfectly!!!!!
  8. One would think that using wounds as a resource for special attacks would be a gameplay mechanic for the Barbarian. The Monk is supposed to avoid attacks at all cost. Yes I know they are trying to make the classes unique and different from the ones in D&D. I guess we'll have to see what they will come up with for the Barbarian .... I hope the two won't be to similar.
  9. Thx:) so the Collector's book is a classic manual with some extras:D I hope they will make these available for slacker backers .... at a higher price ofc
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