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Okay, I just got the game recently, and Durance just joined my party. When I cast spells with him in battle, they don't do anything. I put his AI on Support, and he doesn't cast any spells. Everyone else's spells and AI is working fine. What's going on? I really like the game, but this is really throwing a spoke in the wheel.
See, the Paladin just stands there, not helping his allies. This is the fifth I've seen this happening. Not that big of a deal, but sadly it does make some encounters easier on POTD. It's not that big of a deal though, I just thought I'd report it either way. I've noticed that the NPC that doesn't help is always far off into the distance, so it must be some kind of problem with the distance check to help allies?
Just wondering if anyone can help me, I've reached Canada and I have used the dragon shout and cupcake on Terrance and Phillip but when I use the sneaky squeaker the game goes straight to a loading screen and does't load. I've tried cleaning the disc and the Ps3 laser but its still the same.
How does it make you feel that you will never be anything remotely close to your heroically glorified self-insert character? Does it bother that you will never have the physique of the warrior you imagine yourself as (you're actually kinda chubby, let's face it)? Or that- despite having stooped so low as to call your wizard after your embarrassing middle name- as a muggle in denial you will never sling magical spells? Is it a disappointing realization that none of your so-called friends see you as being even remotely close to the ultra-suave and persuasive individual you fancy yourself as? Do you actually perceive your unbecoming facial features as elven? How does the self-insert subculture of the Project Eternity cope with their startling inadequacy relative to the exemplary characters they create?