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.. I'm slowly getting addicted to this game.. think


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I have put 72 hours into this game since release day. I can't stop.

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Yeah, my marriage is in ruins.. I guess.. probably.. don´t know, haven´t talked to my wife for 5 days now :DDD

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This game is made to be played with your wife. What gives!?

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I'm slightly ashamed to admit I spent most of my girlfriend's birthday playing. She hasn't slung me out yet so I seem to have got away with it.


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Slowly? Went quite fast for me!

Though I did mess up my first attempt (too many quests left unresolved) so I restarted with a different setup and now on 86 hours played laugh

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Played Act1 nonstop with full party. After finishing it, instead of sitting on boat, started replaying Act1 in Honour mode with 2 characters. Played nonstop, finished Act1 with this duo.

This game is a drug

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Good to know I'm not alone. xD

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MrTijger, I also feel as though I messed up and restarted last night. I've reached Malady already (without rushing), but I think I'm not done on this island just yet; have some quests to finish, a gargoyle maze to run, etc so going to head back into the island when I get home after work.

I find myself frequently thinking about the game, tactics, things I want to change etc. Madness.

~ NuttiKrust


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Originally Posted by vometia
so I seem to have got away with it.


You haven't smile And she knows that you know that she knows. Surprise her with romantic dinner, you have to.

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Yeah, my marriage is in ruins.. I guess.. probably.. don´t know, haven´t talked to my wife for 5 days now :DDD


hahahaha yeah... relationship killer CRPG


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Originally Posted by NuttiKrust
Good to know I'm not alone. xD
MrTijger, I also feel as though I messed up and restarted last night. I've reached Malady already (without rushing), but I think I'm not done on this island just yet; have some quests to finish, a gargoyle maze to run, etc so going to head back into the island when I get home after work.

I find myself frequently thinking about the game, tactics, things I want to change etc. Madness.

~ NuttiKrust



I find myself in the same spot. I got the feeling of only scratching the surface of what this game has to offer. Still no clue how to craft useful items, although I'm a veteran of the first edition. Still the feeling of not knowing where the quests are located. I stumble over them instead of really knowing what I'm doing.

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I guess that's the point isn't it? I mean, almost everything you do has some kind of consequence*. Quests don't just fall into your lap, you're expected to talk to people and see if they need help, or to point you in another direction.
You have to explore; and it's always worth exploring, and I really like that.
I just don't like the way quests are shown in my quest book thingy.
Also don't like not having some kind of clue.
E.G: A Mother's Nightware (IIRC); I got this little Erma girls doll and I'm meant to find her for her mum. No clue what to do. :P


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I found an NPC at Fort Joy. Butter was her name. I chatted with her, got all up in her bizniz and promised her good times and what what. She reciprocated the attraction.
A little while later, I got into a fight with Gruff, his lady friends and an oldish dude with a stick.
At one point in the fight though, Butter says something and switches sides to be my ally.
After which, she exclaims she couldn't let them kill me.

All I did was talk to an NPC and I ended up with an ally in battle.
I absolutely LOVE that.
Also.. gonna find Butter in Arx and make NuttiKrust bebe's... if she got out, of course.

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The girl is dead. Period. Speak to a guy located about 2,3 m distant from the poor women. The mother has just psychological problems and is wasting your precious pre-divine time. Let her be and care for more important things, like how to save the world or how to get in bed with Sebille and Ifan. think

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I solved the whole wife matter by simply not playing when she's home, or watch a movie together, then have my me time after.

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Originally Posted by Ouroboros226
You haven't smile And she knows that you know that she knows. Surprise her with romantic dinner, you have to.

I romantically ordered some fish and chips. biggrin She'll probably get me back by stealing more of my favourite blouses.

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I solved the whole wife matter by simply not playing when she's home, or watch a movie together, then have my me time after.

Both of us are usually at home most of the time, which makes that approach difficult. I just have to get the cat to stand guard outside the study when I'm gaming. She's actually really bad at it.


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Put the cat in a little basket and hang it from the ceiling outside the door.
You'll be notified of her approach by a shrill "WHAT YOU DOING UP THERE?!"
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Originally Posted by vometia


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Both of us are usually at home most of the time, which makes that approach difficult. I just have to get the cat to stand guard outside the study when I'm gaming. She's actually really bad at it.


Girlfriend and tasteless fish back and forth, to a much more important theme: as an owner or host of a cat, how do you deal with the poor black cat near Fort Joy? wink


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