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Disclaimer: No spoilers. Close to finishing the game for the 2nd time, and first time actually taking her with me. In my opinion, this really is the best written character I've had the pleasure of experiencing in pretty much any RPG. I've played Baldur's Gate (1 + 2), Neverwinter Nights, Planescape Torment, etc, but this character... just wow. On my first playthrough (around release), I played a Cipher, so I thought "hmm she seems interesting, but I'm have a Cipher and having 2 would be silly". But now after 3.01 patch, and buying both White March DLCs, I re-started with a Monk, and de
NOTE: POTENTIAL SPOILERS ITT. READ AT YOUR OWN RISK. So I was reading through the CE strategy guide after I finished my playthrough, and I noticed there were a couple of things in Durance and GM's stories that I hadn't encountered, or even seen hinted at. Like, at all. One of them was pretty major, namely the reason that Grieving Mother is called as such (iirc it is implied in-game that she has forgotten herself, and not explored further). It's possible that I just somehow managed to pick the wrong conversation options or otherwise somehow not satisfied the requirements to get these stories,
Grieving Mother becomes more hardened if you wasn't supportive about her actions in the Birthing Bell. She even changes her comments during conversation with Hylea (stops being a fan of "returning souls to the hollowborn" option and warns you about dangers of it). So I wonder what does hardened Grieving Mother says after defeating Theos. And what would be in her epilogue then.
Hey, I found Grieving Mother in Dyrford Village and fascinated by simile "shimmering like adra" during conversation, however I would like to kindly ask you if anybody know meaning of this simile? Please see below image for more details about simile am talking about: Thank you!