Originally Posted by Tuco
Originally Posted by Tulkash01
I don't think Kagha needs to be changed. In D&D terms she's someone who's on the brink of a shift of allignment but she's not completely evil yet. You can convince her not to murder the child and later on you can also redeem her if you do things right. In fact I did so twice in the course of 2 different playthroughs.

While that hardly makes her less unlikable, I think people need to come to terms with the fact that she doesn't intentionally "murder the child" as many keep claiming.
The scene is intended as her threatening the girl with a punishment, with the snake being there just as a tool of intimidation... Except things go out of control.


Exactly. Not every NPC needs to be likeable, expecially not at first. Kagha MIGHT go down the evil path or MIGHT NOT depending on your party's actions. It just depends on what you want to do with her and the kind of character you want your hero to be.