mstark Posted October 15, 2012 Share Posted October 15, 2012 (edited) And let's say I leave behind some PC I've created and make a new one. Then I regret it, and take back the PC I left behind, will it not then level up to the new level of my main PC at that point? Like in NWN2? Not likely. They stated in the adventurer's hall video/interview (not sure where) that people who like levelling up can use new companions for this, suggesting that new companions start out at level 1, or significantly lower than the PC's level at any given point. It sounded a bit like pokemon, you basically pick them up and drop them off as you want, levelling them up one by one. I don't mind this system, but then, I will most likely only play with the designed companions, never a party created entirely on my own. If you can always recruit companions at your current level, it would highly reduce the replay value of the game, and you could at any point go pick up the character you need for any particular encounter, and they would magically be at your level. Do not like. NWN was never like the IE games, PE will not be like NWN, for which I am very happy Edited October 15, 2012 by mstark "What if a mid-life crisis is just getting halfway through the game and realising you put all your points into the wrong skill tree?" Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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