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Vinlie

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    Vinny B
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    COD, Pokemon, Mario, Legend of Zelda, WoW, Skyrim, Fallout, Destiny,

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  1. You gain more base essence when leveling up as well.
  2. Once I get laid off this winter I may just look into it
  3. I see. That's realistic but somewhat disappointing I gotta say, I think it would've been really cool if you could join the bandits and essentially kamikaze the entirety of western terrestia haha. Thanks anyways friends
  4. My definition would be to take them on in their home turf. Is there a faction that allows you to defeat the Shapers in the Shaper Citadel Dome as well as Ghaldring in the back area of Gazaki-Uss, or is it always just one or the other
  5. Oh, I thought that that would've been the case seeing how there are a lot of bandits throughout the game, plus a bandit you could let go presumably to let Bennhold know that you could be trusted, sort of Keeper Tycho-esque. In that case, do any of the factions take on both the Rebels AND the Shapers at the end of the game?
  6. You can join the bandits in G5, correct? And if so, can you actually get a bandit ending to the game, where you essentially destroy both the rebels and the shapers or is it something completely different? I'm fine with spoilers because I just finished a run of the game not too long ago so I'm kind of burnt out and not looking to invest more time unless it's actually worth it
  7. Oh my hell, 18 characters over the entire saga? Brb I gotta brush up on my Geneforge 1-3 characters
  8. Probably the way the difficulty mode scales the damage I'd reckon. I imagine similar to Skyrim difficulties, the game is jacking the damage output of enemies by around 200% on Torment based on how everything hurts like hell, even with the theoretical best armor and resistances
  9. Funnily enough, wingbolts on torment still do over 100 damage per shot.
  10. Continuing along with my finalization of G4, as I was scouring in world (with showmeall mind you to find random straggling enemies faster), upon revisiting Quessa-Uss I noticed in the arena to the right side of the room I noticed that there's a sliding door with someone seemingly behind it. It could just be a placeholder type of thing, I ain't sure. If anyone knows what it is and/or how to access the random room it'd be great. Probably the last remaining corner I've never explored. https://imgur.com/a/yNBb5rZ
  11. After many hours of meticulously planning out and playing through dozens of playthroughs of Geneforge 4. I have finally crafted my personal best character. I played Rebel but kept the minimum Shaper reputation needed to start the Moseh and Fens quest, so I wouldn't be locked out of a couple of goodies; I still ended up getting max Rebel reputation by the end of it. This character is a rebel warrior canister junkie with max stats and you bet I'm damn proud of him. This will probably be my final playthrough of Geneforge 4, at least for a long while. I've exhausted this game to death and reaching
  12. I kinda don't like how the protagonist is some kind of mystic super important dude that most people despise. My favorite protag is Genforge 3's protagonist. You're a Shaper in training - you aren't a myserious warped person like in 5, nor a warped rebel like in 4, you're just an ordinary shaper in training and the next choice is yours. You choose to be who you want and people will eventually treat you different based on what they heard about you. I wish more Geneforge games had this sort of "blank slate" protagonist who's story and actions you, the player were responsible for, not a forced bac
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