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The Obsidian Touch: Unique Interactions


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God, I love these guys!

I've noticed that some scenarios have unique interactions between players and allies, or allies and NPCs.

I'm including the few I've found so far. Feel free to share those you know about.

Ezren and the Clockwork Librarian, The Ancient Library (Deck 4)
Shalelu Andosana's intro and outro, Them Orge's Ain't Right (Deck 3)
Shalelu Andosana and Jakardros Sovark, The Fort in Peril (Deck 3)

Val Temros and Jaagrath Kreeg, The Fort in Peril (Deck 3)

Maester Grump, Sandpoint Under Siege (Deck 4)


Edited by Achilles, 09 December 2017 - 10:33 PM.


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Yep. There Are quite Many more of them! One reason to play different scenarios again with different characters ;)

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My favourite exchanges (sort of) are between Kyra and Merisiel (later decks), revealing that they are in a relationship. Never had Valeros and Lem in the same party, but they should have interesting conversations as well.

As to the one-woman/girl sequences, the best are Lini's shouts, e.g. at Attack on Sandpoint. "Save the dog, shield the horse, the goblins die, of course." (approximately)

The only "sad" thing about these great lines is that with the same group composition, starting and closing sequences of the same scenario are always with the same character. Ezren, Kyra, Merisiel and Seoni at Attack on Sandpoint => Ezren always talks to the Father Zantus. If they were a little bit random, it would be much more entertaining than it is now (which is still great).


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My favourite exchanges (sort of) are between Kyra and Merisiel (later decks), revealing that they are in a relationship. Never had Valeros and Lem in the same party, but they should have interesting conversations as well.

As to the one-woman/girl sequences, the best are Lini's shouts, e.g. at Attack on Sandpoint. "Save the dog, shield the horse, the goblins die, of course." (approximately)

The only "sad" thing about these great lines is that with the same group composition, starting and closing sequences of the same scenario are always with the same character. Ezren, Kyra, Merisiel and Seoni at Attack on Sandpoint => Ezren always talks to the Father Zantus. If they were a little bit random, it would be much more entertaining than it is now (which is still great).

Right, but I was referring to the ally cards, not the other playable characters. Obsidian, being Obsidian, decided to include checks for these and write special dialog.


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Right, but I was referring to the ally cards, not the other playable characters. Obsidian, being Obsidian, decided to include checks for these and write special dialog

I stand corrected! :) I think Ilsoari has (or had) some interaction with Orik. So far, I have not observed any interactions with e.g. Ameiko.






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