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BTA51 posted a topic in Pillars of Eternity: General Discussion (NO SPOILERS)I've read a lot about etnic conflicts within the game which I think sound interesting, but it's also something that almost every RPG contains. Something we see a lot more seldom is conficts between classes. Not classes as in rangers vs. wizards, but as in serfs vs. their nobles and workes vs. manufacutry owners. Pesant-revolts against taxes, serfdom and the nobilitys privileges, skilled and unskilled workes revolting i the cities, conflicts within the manufacturies that should start to pop up now historically and so on. I think it would be very interesting if these things were explored. If
I've seen countless threads on a variety of topics, and having watched the forum like a hawk, I.. don't think I've seen a thread like this. If there is and it's not antiquated already, point me in it's direction and I'll see if I can trash this thread. Saw one for races a while back, but none for classes. Anyway; We already know that we will be seeing some traditional fantasy "races" (god how I hate the way "race" is basically "species" in the fantasy context) such as humans, elves and dwarves (le sigh). So I think that a lot of us are also expecting the nauseatingly predictable classe
I wanted to start a discussion on what kind of consequences the (sub)race of the PC people like it to have. With this I was thinking about reactions from NPCs about, but also item restrictions for example. I think most people will expect some kind of realism in the responses from NPCs. Some communities or regions are less stranger-friendly than other, some indivuals might be openly racist, while others are but won't say it outloud and some think they're not but actually think a lot in stereotypes. Ofcourse the way it's handled in the setting can make a huge difference. However do expec
Mystwalker posted a topic in Pillars of Eternity: General Discussion (NO SPOILERS)The implications of soul-based magic already sounds interesting. Especially if your actions in-game actually affect your characters soul, changing the intricacies and options of your spells. The type of magic you perform can take on all sorts of different colors, according to how your story plays out and what kind of person you become. But what do you guys think about a psionic class? Perhaps there are people in the world who reject the philosophies behind soul-based magic, and turn to cerebral-based magic. I loved Dakkon being themed as a psionic, but it kind of sucked that he basically p