So it is time for me to start over my playthrough, now I've got back some motivation for it.
What this playthrough is about?
I've started to write about the Children of Fire for two reasons:
First, I wished to show why the Dragon Disciple class is a truly underated kit for a main protagonist, often see as inferior to the standard Sorcerer, while in fact, it just bring a different way to play, that you need to know how to exploit to make it as good as the former one
Second, I wished to show another way to deal with encounters, with minimal use of buff and debuff. Idealy, my Children of Fire would never start a fight with buffs prepared, and ignore most of opponent's buffs, to concentrate on pure offensive spellcasting
On this second playthrough of the Children of Fire, I wish to pursue this original goal, but explaining things better, bring more screenshots and add a little challenge in addition: play the game at the "first person", only managing the main character during the fight, and letting the IA manage the companions rather than supervising them during battles.
And also, fix some little mistakes in my party management, mostly the late time I picked Rasaad, the only character of the party strongly dependant of levels.