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Is there a difference?

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Only in aesthetics. laugh Hope that helps.


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You mean in the game or in real life? biggrin


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lol, if only I had thought of that.


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A BiG pair of these are found on the female -> stupidstupid


Nothing other than the guy is shorter then the female. All depends on which rear you want to look at. laugh

The humor is more gear'd toward the male at times and thats about it really. He is one of the lads at the end of the day.

As a female she comes across as more innocent and has more of a charm having just had near on all her skills taken away. Just watch out for odd girl meets girl moment like in the Black Boar haha!


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Originally Posted by Murder
Is there a difference?

Well if you don't know it... well, well...

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Originally Posted by Murder
Is there a difference?

No, there is no role-play.

No, I didn't mean THAT role play. you, dirty boy.

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*sigh* I just hope this thread doesn't breed new truth into Rule 34. lol

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Aside from the women having two Rodneys and a few cute faces (And a nice backside), I'm not aware of any differences.

Shame, really, but I suppose that's the way it goes sometimes.

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In Flames of Vengeance, a woman has a unique way of solving a quest.

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A woman has different jumping and ladder-climbing animations, and one quest in Flames of VCengeance is slightly different. Other than that, not much.

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Breast size?

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If you look closely at character creation, male and female characters have the same length of legs up to the waist. Women are shorter from there up, so their legs are a bit disproportionate in length relative to the rest of the body.

You can also spot a gap between the legs and torso on the male if you look closely enough.

It'd be nice if there was more of a difference in how people reacted in conversation to the different genders, but maybe the next installment can do something about that. It would add extra work to be sure.

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Originally Posted by virumor
In Flames of Vengeance, a woman has a unique way of solving a quest.


Not got that far yet. silence

Good to know tho. grin


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There is a quest in FoV that requires you to be female to take part in it, but an illusionist is nearby so... you can just switch to it.

Otherwise it seems to be entirely cosmetic.

edit: didn't notice there was a second page and the answer was already given, sorry for the repetition.

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Originally Posted by Endurium

It'd be nice if there was more of a difference in how people reacted in conversation to the different genders, but maybe the next installment can do something about that. It would add extra work to be sure.


indeed. I had lots of fun in the broken valley as a woman telling some guard that women were weak laugh

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I'm curious which quest you are referring to. Can someone please wrap it in a spoiler tag? I can't recall the quest perhaps because of my dialog choices.

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Maybe I'm seeing things, but the male and female dragons look different to me too. I thought that was a nice touch.

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Yup, the male dragons don't have an egg sack :hihi:


I'd like to close by quoting Bellegar's famous last rhyme:

"Cursed be the mother that bred thee!
The wench must have been a hell-spawned banshee!"
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