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How is the Forgotten Sanctum?


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bringingyouthefuture

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I am still staying out of the spoiler sections but curious how people liked the last DLC?  No spoilers but how is it??  I have been too busy to dig into myself lately but should be heading there shortly :biggrin:



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It is pretty close to the Beast of Winter quality-wise. It's worth it.



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It's good stuff! Good lore, good fights (well also one or two which I HATED because they kept summoning enemies, but good setups at least) and some entertaining characters. The effects it has on the end of the game could be, heh, earth-shattering



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I really liked it. Good maps, story and battles. Even the pets are cool. :)



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I forgot!  :facepalm:



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Tis gut.

Really nice dungeon, enjoyable narrative, some cool locations, bosses and lore drops.
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It's my favorite by far.  Better writing and better pacing, fun new characters, and the dungeon is really good.


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I thought they went overboard with "lulzy" humor in some parts of it but other than that I mostly enjoyed it.


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Purudaya

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I preferred Beast of Winter narratively, but FS is pretty close in terms of level design. I do wish Tayn offered a quest resolution option that wasn't so obviously insane, however - the player basically has to choose Llengrath's solution unless they're RPing an outright maniac.

 

The main quest has lots of interesting resolutions though, one in particular that allows you to significantly impact the endgame. If you like dungeoneering, it's a lot of fun.



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I liked it. The conclusion and the end and the choices offered are pretty wild. I was tempted to make some.... irrational decisions, but level heads prevailed. Great DLC IMO.






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