The Insidious Infiltrator
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Member # 5360
written Thursday, May 24 2007 13:41
Nalyd didn't say that it wasn't foreseen, just that it was a pity. At least they're dead now. Shaping will never be exterminated.
May the fires of Undeath burn in your soul, and consume it.
Posts: 1636 | Registered: Wednesday, January 5 2005 08:00
Member # 8407
written Monday, July 2 2007 14:40
i hope this is where g 5 comes in it was a bad fate mabye you dont die and you swich to shaper and theres a ew person and he has a chose...or not let jeff do it lol
Posts: 27 | Registered: Thursday, March 29 2007 07:00
Member # 6754
written Monday, July 2 2007 18:11
Woah, that was quite a resurrection. I did enjoy this thread for what it's worth. Probably worth bringing back up!
I always play that type of character! I just don't powergame quite as heavily. Still, my first run through Geneforge 4 left me at level 39 or 40 and I didn't bother with cleaning out towns. Hoo-haa: Leadership, Mechanics, and magic. That's where it's at.
One of these words is mispelled.
Posts: 284 | Registered: Tuesday, January 31 2006 08:00
Member # 6600
written Monday, July 2 2007 19:57
I'm probably the only one who remembers this (since I originally brought it up), but I can confirm that there's absolutely no good reason (read: powerful items or exciting battles) to wipe out Illya Safehouse. Or Dillame and Rivergate Keep, for that matter. Rather interesting to see the difference between a town that is supposed to be wiped out and one that isn't, though.
Posts: 4346 | Registered: Friday, December 23 2005 08:00
Member # 8014
written Tuesday, July 3 2007 06:08
Before I took on Alwan (and his troops) for the endgame, I wiped out the western rise and the shaper camp north of that.
I can transform into almost anything, though not sanity.
I heard a man sing "The Muffin Man" one day. He got to see the light.
Posts: 1799 | Registered: Sunday, February 4 2007 08:00