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Rhawkas

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  1. I think it's a safe bet that you won't be able to earn any achievements on that game anymore. After all, what would be the point of disabling achievements if they were just re-enabled after the console commands were turned back off? You could just start a new game, give yourself max stats, experience, money, abilities, and whatever else you might want, disable the console commands and then have a hell of an easier time getting some of those more challenging achievements.
  2. Yeah, I'm doing the same thing. Kinda frustrating when the main character is so far ahead of the others. =/ Also, does anyone know what to use when trying to do attributescore name stat # on player made companions? I know you need to use "player" for the MC, but can't figure out how to boost the custom companions. =/ Regardless, thanks to everyone who has posted helping out here so far. =)
  3. Yeah, random seeds is what I was thinking of but couldn't remember what it was called. XD Also, I mentioned bashing chests and stuff, but people inclined to save scum would probably do so once they found out that bashing chests open could destroy some of the items inside (like in Baldur's Gate). Course, you could just not leave indications of the broken items (no "Broken Item" items in the chest, etc.) then they wouldn't know if they broke something. As for your idea, it sounds like the easiest way around it would be to create a bunch of extra save files to run up the timers on while t
  4. May I counter that argument with thhe following: Just because you cannot stop save scumming, doesn't mean you can't discourage it.Save scumming is not the issue, it's the symptom of the real issue: game balance. If the only way to succeed is to save and reload often, something is wrong with the balance of your game. If the optimal way to defeat an encounter is too play it again and again until you have the correct solution, something is wrong as well. I'm not saying you shouldn't be able to reload, even often. I'm saying you shouldn't have to, at least not often. I'm perfectly OK with fai
  5. 1. Male Human Fighter with a pistol and sword 2. Female Human Paladin with a halberd if available, greatsword if not 3. Female Human Ranger 4. Female Elf Rogue with short swords 5. Female Elf Wizard with a focus on fire magic 6. Female Human Cleric with a sword and shield Naturally, all of this is subject (and likely) to change once I actually have all the choices at my fingertips. XD
  6. I save scum. I'm not proud of it, but in some games (usually permadeath games like roguelikes and Project Zomboid) if that's what I have to do to enjoy the game then I will. It doesn't affect the games or enjoyment of the games of others, so they shouldn't have a problem with it. If you know what you are doing, then you can save scum in many instances. As long as the save file is saved locally and you have access to it then you can save scum to your heart's content. Simply copy the save file, place it somewhere safe, play the game and if something you don't want to accept happens, simply place
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