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Ch. 3
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Thank youuu
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@Ashisu

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LOL well he guessed wrong that the system will always help him
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Thanks a lot for the chapter :-)
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Yep totally agree. Hate games that don't tell you how much a stat-up effects damage or other abilities either. I play pso2 religiously on my Xbox one and none of the menus or skills in that game are fun to navigate. The skills don't really give you much idea of how much more damage you're gonna do and once they're inputted, they're permanent.
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Games like these have always been a huge pet-peeve of mine. They ask of you to make a choice, without really giving you a chance to make any actual educated, wise decisions, because you have no actual idea how the game is structured, and how the stats are going to play out.
I don't think I would actually be able to go through "Divinity: Original Sin"'s character-creation screen, if it wasn't for the fact I got the game with a friend. You're bombarded with 7+ different classes, almost 15 different types of stats, numerous types of skills to acquire and choose from down the line, and every allotted stat is permanent. The worst part about it, is that there're technically no "skill trees". There are no "classes". You can put a point into literally anything you want, any time you want. Which easily can create broken, unplayable characters. I.E: Made a bad choice? Restart the game.



It has come to a point, in which copying from build-guides has become second-nature. Spending a shit ton of time on trial-and-error, over the idea of "making a choice for your character", is nothing short of a frustrating waste of time.
A way the game the MC has logged into could've done it, would be to introduce each stat one-by-one (outside of common-sense), and show how they play, what do they interact with, what do they improve, etc. Then each player can make an educated guess what to pick, solely based on their preferences.
</rant on games lol>
Last edited 2 mo ago by Solipsist.
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Quest failure: Death


Yep, sounds like a beginner type of quest alright. Jokes aside, thanks for the translation!