Well the phylosophy about "grey jedi" was mostly presented in KotOR series ... First there was Jolee Bindo ... and in second Kreia ... Of course Revan, as one of most famous characters pushed it a lot ... im honestly not quite sure why so many people believe that he was so "incredibly powerfull" ... I mean sure, we is known for "walking both Dark and Light path" ... even tho originaly it was first one and then the other, not both at once ... but still, it seems much more understandable that moral around Light and Dark is something like ... dunno, seesaw(?) ... either you are incredibly strong on one side, but completely useless on the other, or other way around ... and yes, theoreticaly it is possible to ballance things out and stand right in the middle, but then you should not be able to reach top of either.
Sadly since KotOR (or at least that is when i first heared about this) people start to think that once you reach your full potential in Light side, you can go study Dark side and earn absolute mastery in both. :-/ Wich by the way, was exactly Revan case ... especialy in the book. And wich by the way is exactly the reason i hate this guy. (This and that undearned overhype around him ... i mean what did he achieve anyway?)
I think the same case can be used in Baldur's Gate ... While multiclassing is possibility (think about it as trying to play Grey Jedi, taking just the best of every part) ... you should never be able to reach potential power of pure Class. At least that is my opinion ...
And just so i dont purely offtopic ... I sill dont care about moral question of killing Tiefling kids ... i dont even care how inocent, or contextualy forced they are to live like criminals ... i just want to have option to hit Mol in the face, bcs in the whole game there is nobody who would deserve it more ... well, maybe Shadowheart ... and Astarion ... sometimes Wyll ... Kagha ... ok, there are others, but i want to hit them all.
Last edited by RagnarokCzD; 08/01/2201:57 PM.
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