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About ChipMHazard

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  1. Same here, although I know that she's not actually supposed to be a crew member. In my case I had made a custom legacy, as opposed to importing my POE 1 save, which allowed for her to show up on the beach. Later on I updated to the beta patch and she was gone.
  2. It seems like the battle with Malnaj, after completing the quest and letting Remaro go, is bugged in that it ends abruptly with no loot, dialogue or any other sort of resolution.
  3. Just to bump this up. This is still an issue, at least for me. It obviously happens more often to ranged characters whom don't recieve damage as often as melee characters. It's just adds even more micromanagement that is entirely unneeded and unwanted.
  4. I can provide a save file if needed. Edit: http://www.4shared.com/file/RQwgiWZUba/2457f6237ba34d2b9e7ca925b004fa.html
  5. As the title explains. After having created a custom wizard I am unable to select any learned 1st level spells for use. If I give the wizard another grimoire then they can select 1st level spells for that. Apparently there is a bug with custom adventurer grimoires that does not allow anyone, even other wizard, to select any 1st level spells. Basicly my custom wizard can learn any spells, but cannot select 1st level known spells for use with the grimoire that came with said character.
  6. When loading an old save, items such as the Sanguine Plate do indeed get their new effect they also keep their old one i.e. it has both frenzy and retaliation.
  7. Agreed. It also makes it harder for modders to put in new dialogue, well I write harder but I really mean that when people are used to every line being voiced then it becomes rather noticeable when new lines aren't. Not really noticeable in games like this i.e. IE style games. And it's a very good point that you can't really edit dialogue once it's in, if it's voiced. At least not as easily. In regards to the OP: Aye, it's baffling that they didn't make more use of this proven concept. It gave the game more of a PnP feel. Perhaps they were worried about "less is more"?
  8. So... You pirated the game and then decided to go on this nonsesical rant?
  9. As the above image shows there is a problem, she should probably go see a priest about that arm, with the female model when equipping a fine breastplate.
  10. Well... I kept having to stop my playthroughs (Some issues get fixed in one patch but then new issues arise) because of items/skills/abilities screwing up the stats on my characters. So I'm personally waiting until they put in at least one more patch before I try again. So I hopefully won't have to play while keeping a mental list of the items that don't work.
  11. Are you using the IE mod? If so then you do not need to reinstall, unless you didn't keep the original Assembly-CShard.dll file.
  12. It is and I don't see why you brought it up here. I still haven't resorted to that kind of slippery slope argument. Only worry that I've shared is that this might set a precedent and affect future content to a greater or lesser degree. Almost pure speculation, of course. Of course they are anti-hate, as they should be. However, the poem had nothing to do with spreading/encouraging hate. Him bringing that up makes me think that he's basicly inferring that Firedorn was knowingly/unknowingly trying to spread hate about groups that have and still suffer from forms of oppression/discrimination. The poem quite clearly had nothing to do with transgender, or anything of the sorts, and was targeting bigots themselves. That last part wasn't as clear to most, although there were some people whom caught on to that early on. A person claiming that it's hate speech does not make it so. Obsidian possibly giving into peer pressure and claiming that it was hate speech does not make it so.
  13. So can racist, nazi, fascist etc. Aye. If you use them against people whom have done little to actually warrant such nouns. Just because someone disagrees with your [Not you as in you personally] opinion doesn't give you leave to start using ad hominems.
  14. If that's the kind of argument you want to present... Okay, so why was the joke a big deal then? Why was a person being offended by it? Since that kind of oppression is nothing compared to what we've seen in other parts of history... People have been killed because of their beliefs, ancestry and how they were born. The original complainer didn't face anything even remotely close to this level of oppression. So by your logic it shouldn't matter, since it doesn't matter. One should never resort to fallacy of relative privation. Why are we discussing anything regarding the game? Why is there even a forum for anything but reporting technical issues? Since anything else wouldn't be important when compared to the horrors that have been inflicted upon man throughout the ages, the injustices we see around the world etc. Do you truly not understand how silly this kind of deflection is? You shouldn't debate this because there are more important issues to debate? Aye there are more "important" subjects to discuss and you're more than welcome to go to other forums and debate them there. Anything that has to do with Obsidian and Pillars of Eternity should be open to debate and this forum is the place to have such debates. The fact that some people feel so friggin' strongly about something that was already resolved peacefully and with consent from both parties as to make posts about it trying to villify others or distort reality so that their views don't collide is stupid. It's plain stupid. To act like Obsidian somehow gave up their morals because of a few lines of trivial, inconsequential text is stupid. To put that at the level of censorship of art and denying free speech is stupid. To imply that the next step is a dystopian society or even oppression of social groups is stupid. You know what's also stupid? Hyperbolizing If your line in the sand is a user-made poem that Obsidian themselves wanted changed and was changed by the original backer... if that's your line in the sand... then you'll have a real hard time when actual socio-political elements rear their heads in situations other than a video game. Ah, the good old "If this is the hill you want to die on" nonsense. This is not the last stand, this is just another example of the power of Twitter based social outrage possibly affecting a change that does nothing but damage the cause it was set out to help. I am perfectly able to discern video games from reality, something which apparently the original complainer has problems with. This is also just me debating whether or not we should believe Obsidian's statements regarding this. Being sceptical isn't a bad thing. Discussing issues such as this shouldn't be discouraged simply because they don't deal with more far reaching issues. Obsidian didn't invite this particular social debate/outrage, but it found them anyway. As such I think it's completely fine to debate it.
  15. Bigot can most certainly be seen as a derogative term, especially when used against people whom simply disagree with the person calling them a bigot. His reply to you is still correct. The bigots, as you refer to them, are not the only ones whom mainly focus on throwing insults instead of presenting proper arguments.
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