So... I see you prefer starting the game at 52th level with 250 Strenght so that the description comes true. Well, as you wish...

Not at all, I just presented the proof that if I agreed with you to prefer a superman to begin with, Larian Studios have given us characters that are kicked around and need to be developed. Besides, I did not invent the character I chose, but I merely chose a character being offered. What you misunderstood was related to consistency (again). I only wished that if a character was presented as 21 years old, etcetera, then I should not find my starting point contradicting to the presentation.


Because I don't know about others but it's not by gaining some house that I suddently feel myself rewarded.

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I never said that the game should end by rewarding you a house, but letting you be born in a house rather than a barn. <img src="/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/biggrin.gif" alt="" />
Starting a game off from your own place or your parents’ place to which you may return to claim your new status is much more rewarding than being a secret hero who defeats armies and sleeps on the pavement to wake up on a kick by a policeman to inform him that his victory was a drunken man’s dream.


Tell me, what's the point of the game showing you "how-bloody-wonderful" your new house is just before the end-game credits start?

You made a very bad technical mistake.
Not "a new" house but "the old home."
They are diametrically opposite, and for sure a new house is meaningless at that point or at best it is as good as a red ruby without any serious psychological rewards.
Your old home is completely different; it is the place in which you were born; it is the place where people saw you speechless and ignorant as any child before learning anything at all.
Imagine looking into their eyes and finding them glittering with admiration to your accomplishments.
Imagine your female childhood friend to have grown up while you were away fighting evil, and on hearing of your triumphant return runs to you to hold you warmly in her arms calling you "my hero".
Is that what you hate?

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