proghead3 said:The best things about SoD:The music. It's epic and pays homage to the original soundtrack.
The best things about SoD:The music. It's epic and pays homage to the original soundtrack.
ElysianEchoes wrote: »
BG2, if you import, you lose your stuff. HotU, if you import, you lose your stuff.
SoD, if you import, you keep your stuff! So long as it wasn't in a container, anyway.
That's one thing I like about SoD.
Ballad wrote: »
I really like SoD and am very glad it exists. Whenever I play it, it feel like a notch up in quality from the original game in many ways. I like how it manages to integrate memorable sidequests with an urgent and fairly linear plot. It feels like IWD done right. Fighting the green dragon with a low level party is one of my more memorable BG moments, as is the quest with the Dwarven lich.
I really like the kit-specific equipment. It's such a great way to address balance issues without tampering with the base mechanics.
What I don't like is the general dislike that people seem to have towards SoD. I never understood it myself. I remember there being some sort of a controversy when it came out, but I can't remember what it was about...
[Googles Siege of Dragonspear controversy]
Oh, apparently there was a minor NPC that identifies as transgender and people took it as LGBT tokenism. Oh for the love of Lathander... Don't tell me this is what got people up in arms
Verticor wrote: »
"Say something nice about beamdog or SOD".
Well, if you insist. Beamdog won't make another SoD.