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So, I chose to beat the ever-living hell out of Rentar, because her fortresses wore down my patience. That being said, do the other dialogue choices actually lead to different endings in which I don't shatter that annoying witch?

But honor is like the undead: it requites constant attention and frequent violence.
Posts: 7 | Registered: Saturday, December 24 2005 08:00
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Yes. You can convince her to either surrender to the Vahnatai, or to leave Avernum alone and bother the Empire instead. Starrus and Ghall-Ihrno will be less than pleased if you pick the latter option.

The Empire Always Loses: This Time For Sure!
Posts: 9973 | Registered: Saturday, March 30 2002 08:00
The Establishment
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To do this, however, you need to talk suggest surrendering whenever you get a chance. If you ever pick the "die Vahnatai witch!" she will always fight to the end.

Your flower power is no match for my glower power!
Posts: 3726 | Registered: Tuesday, September 18 2001 07:00
His Mighty Tentacle
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I would have liked the option to take her captive, return her to the Castle, and have her stand trial for her crimes. And then locked in a dark room some place and sealed away.

If I could make just one wish, I would want a tasty vlish.

Geneforge IV. Still no tasty vlish.
Posts: 1104 | Registered: Tuesday, February 12 2002 08:00
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You could probably edit the dialogue scripts to include such an option. In fact, a major rewriting of all major plot points undertaken by the community would probably yield better results than Jeff's predictable work.

Volunteers, anyone?

Posts: 508 | Registered: Thursday, May 29 2003 07:00
Electric Sheep One
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Wikivernum, hmmm. An Avernum mash-up. A character editor is one thing, rewriting the whole game but using Jeff's engine is probably quite another. Obviously no-one can stop you from doing this quietly among friends, but if I were Jeff I'd definitely take whatever steps I could to squash a public venture. I don't know much about copyright law, but I expect it might empower some good squashing in such a case, even if no profit were involved.

We're not doing cool. We're doing pretty.
Posts: 3335 | Registered: Thursday, September 4 2003 07:00