FlintlockJazz Posted April 5, 2016 Share Posted April 5, 2016 There should be consequences for letting the guilty murderers go free. At some later point the wood cutters and Harmke should burn down another family if you let them go. Something to show you that letting murderers go unpunished is a bad idea. As others have said there is no logical reason for that to occur, and if we were to go with consequences like that then the consequence of the PC killing the woodcutters should be them getting arrested and sentenced for murder (which actually would make sense and is a bit weird that you don't get arrested for that thinking about it). Who does Devil of Caroc kill besides the people who burned down her village and killed every man women and child that lived there? I'd blame Galvino for forcing her to acquire his test subjects. There is nothing in game that shows Devil killing anyone who does not have it coming. Harmke and his buddies had already won the war against Raedceres but they wanted more. They went out and burned down a village for the crime of not suicidally attacking an army. If someone thinks that sparing these murderers is a "good" action then we have really different definitions of what good is. Holding harmke and his mob accountable brings them to Justice, letting them get away with it is an injustice. Devil outright states that she burns down homes with people other than her intended target in them, including families and children who had nothing to do with it, and states she does not care about that. So actually she does kill innocents, she's actually no different from the people she is killing for burning down her village. As Lychnidos says, this is a poorly motivated quest, I am actually quite disappointed in it. I kinda expected that it would be expanded more with Part 2, but as far as I have seen there isn't anything more to her quest. I know that many of the companion quests are intended to be 'disappointing' but I like them, Devil's I kinda feel like its too rushed and over too quickly. "That rabbit's dynamite!" - King Arthur, Monty Python and the Quest for the Holy Grail "Space is big, really big." - Douglas Adams Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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