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Originally Posted by Orbax
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LOL now you mentioned it I have to agree. I'm not native so wasn't aware what I was typing laugh

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Wow, I wholeheartedly support every suggestion proposed in this list. I really hope as much of this reaches someone at Larian for consideration.

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I also fully support your post.
I played DOS and am an avid fan of BG since I was a child.
This game is going to nail it, but these are the points they need to work on.

I was especially annoyed by all the barrels. It breaks immersion in some parts. Like when I was in the hidden cave under the Druid Grove. There were oil barrels, where I was like... here?

Also, looting every chest. Do it like in the BG times. Not everything could be opened. And sometimes you had an empty chest, but mostly a chest with something in it.

I will also post my feedback in a separate entry.

Thanks a lot again for this post. You summed up so nicely what my impressions were.


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Originally Posted by Orbax
Your title sounds like a spell name

Sirius' Detailed List of Feedbacks

V,S,M (internet connection and a PC worth 1000gp, which the spell consumes)
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You point your right finger against a forum community and speak any number of bugs, suggestions or lamentations in the form of a feedback. All creatures within a post 30ft long and 5ft wide make a Wisdom saving throw against your spell DC to avoid beign charmed for 8 hours. While charmed this way a creature cant disagree with your feedback and they are magically compelled to stand up for the feedback in other forums post. At the start of its turn and every time is damaged a creature under the effect of this spell can repeat the saving throw: if they succeed the spell ends for it

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+1000 strongly agree. This is excellent feedback, I hope Larian takes it to heart.


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To be fair tho there were a looot of lootable chests, drawers, boxes, desks, barrels, etc in BG 1&2 that had nothing interesting in them. Do you have the enhanced editions on steam? I played them recently and if you make a point in actually looting everything you spend a lot of time looting stuff like a regular arrow, a dagger, a piece of coal, and so on. Stuff that even if you can sell it is worth so little gold/weight that its not worth draggong along.

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Originally Posted by Skallewag
To be fair tho there were a looot of lootable chests, drawers, boxes, desks, barrels, etc in BG 1&2 that had nothing interesting in them. Do you have the enhanced editions on steam? I played them recently and if you make a point in actually looting everything you spend a lot of time looting stuff like a regular arrow, a dagger, a piece of coal, and so on. Stuff that even if you can sell it is worth so little gold/weight that its not worth draggong along.


That is true, but that is what RPG is about. You venture along, and explore. Lots of stuff is generic, and you know this.
But from time to time you find something of importance.

Like in BG3, in the abandoned village, there is a skeleton with a special helmet, which triggers something,.. That is exploring, and from time to time you stumble upon something special.


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Good points.
Right now the games feels more like Divinity as Baldurs Gate, especially the party members.

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Originally Posted by kasakoff
Originally Posted by Orbax
Your title sounds like a spell name

Sirius' Detailed List of Feedbacks

V,S,M (internet connection and a PC worth 1000gp, which the spell consumes)
10 minutes (ritual)
60ft
8 hour

You point your right finger against a forum community and speak any number of bugs, suggestions or lamentations in the form of a feedback. All creatures within a post 30ft long and 5ft wide make a Wisdom saving throw against your spell DC to avoid beign charmed for 8 hours. While charmed this way a creature cant disagree with your feedback and they are magically compelled to stand up for the feedback in other forums post. At the start of its turn and every time is damaged a creature under the effect of this spell can repeat the saving throw: if they succeed the spell ends for it


laugh

On a failed save, everyone in the Steam forums takes 3d6 psychic damage and cannot submit a post or comment for the duration of the spell.

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What is the problem you are solving? Does your proposed change solve the problem? Is your change feasible? What else will be affected by your change? Will your change impact revenue? Does your change align with the goals and strategies of the organizations (Larian, WotC)?
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Originally Posted by Bantril
Originally Posted by Skallewag
To be fair tho there were a looot of lootable chests, drawers, boxes, desks, barrels, etc in BG 1&2 that had nothing interesting in them. Do you have the enhanced editions on steam? I played them recently and if you make a point in actually looting everything you spend a lot of time looting stuff like a regular arrow, a dagger, a piece of coal, and so on. Stuff that even if you can sell it is worth so little gold/weight that its not worth draggong along.


That is true, but that is what RPG is about. You venture along, and explore. Lots of stuff is generic, and you know this.
But from time to time you find something of importance.

Like in BG3, in the abandoned village, there is a skeleton with a special helmet, which triggers something,.. That is exploring, and from time to time you stumble upon something special.


I agree, I dont want there to be very few containers but have all of them contain loot. My point was simply that I see some people saying there are lost of empty containers in BG3 that were not present in BG1&2 and I disagree. There were lots of containers that were empty or having nothing of interest in them in the original game as well, I suspect people have simply forgotten how many there were.

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Excellent post!
+1

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