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All the companions in collection. Someone would choose for the party for the last decisive battle?

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  • UnderstandMouseMagicUnderstandMouseMagic Member Posts: 1,373
    Gusinda said:

    Must cost a fortune for a round of drinks...

    You think with that lot any barman/woman would ask for money?
    "Here, help yourselves I'll just be on my way.........."
    (runs for the door without looking back)
    OrlonKronsteenOriensBalrog99
  • OrlonKronsteenOrlonKronsteen Member Posts: 399
    Who's going to throw the first punch?
    OriensButtercheeseJuliusBorisov
  • tbone1tbone1 Member Posts: 1,173

    Gusinda said:

    Must cost a fortune for a round of drinks...

    You think with that lot any barman/woman would ask for money?
    "Here, help yourselves I'll just be on my way.........."
    (runs for the door without looking back)
    Uh, have you ever attacked Bentley? I wouldn’t recommend it.

    Oriens
  • parrkerparrker Member Posts: 8
    That's a good point. Is there a way to make them all attack Bentley? Or just generally start a fight with each other?
    Oriens
  • OriensOriens Member Posts: 24
    Honestly, I enjoyed reading your comments. At the moment, I have completed all the quests, including the addition. Only the last battle with my half-brother, separates me from completing the whole game.
    It was fun to see that my question made the impression that I was going to fight it with Bentley. This, of course, is not so. This inn, turned out to be just an ideal place for me, where I could temporarily left my companions while I find new ones.
    I especially did not attach importance to where to place someone. But still, I tried to stick to some kind of order, so that later it would be easier to coorease. Therefore, recklessheart, your comment was on special interesting. I think you have the potential to become a writer. All of the companions are pumped to level 6 or 7. I'm used to each of them, they are all dear to me. And even a pity that the game ends. Therefore, it is so difficult to decide the choice. but I still decided to choose those whom I am offered by default in the next sequel Siege of Dragonspear - Khalid, Jaheira, Minsc, Dynaheir and Safana.
    JuliusBorisovOrlonKronsteenUnderstandMouseMagicdeltago
  • OriensOriens Member Posts: 24
    Gusinda said:

    Must cost a fortune for a round of drinks...

    I think one enchanted long sword is enough to fully pay for the booze for all my companions. But on the other hand, this binge may well provoke a fight, which sometimes happens so and so without any reason ...

  • ButtercheeseButtercheese Member Posts: 3,532
    edited October 30
    *Casually starts a bar fight.*
    *All hells break loose.*
    *There are only smoking ruins left of the former Friendly Arm Inn.*
    *A hundret years later bards still sing of the glorious (?) battle that took place.*
    Orienstbone1OrlonKronsteen
  • DevardKrownDevardKrown Member Posts: 391
    edited October 30
    Shouldn't Rasaad Stand in Nashkel bothering Peasants ? and Bealoth be outside enjoying the details of the Stone masonry ?

    But yeah, Love it man , kinda have the same but i stack all my people outside before the walls, couldn't bring myself to make them suffer the company of Neera, or myself the 2 extra loading screens to dump/swap some out.

    as for the endbattle.. i like my NPC efficient...

    Yeslick
    Coran
    Shar-Teel
    Dorn
    and Edwin or Bealoth , who ever you manage to shut up first.
    OriensJuliusBorisov
  • OriensOriens Member Posts: 24

    *Casually starts a bar fight.*
    *All hells break loose.*
    *There are only smoking ruins left of the former Friendly Arm Inn.*
    *A hundret years later bards still sing of the glorious (?) battle that took place.*

    Excellent poetry, I read it with pleasure. But I appreciate the comfort and hospitality of this place too much to present it in ruins.
    Buttercheese
  • OriensOriens Member Posts: 24
    edited October 30
    DevardKrown, you probably noticed that they, Rasaad and Baeloth, are part of my party, this is the only condition under which I could see all the companions together in one Inn. It is not burdensome for me to go inside.
    1.It is very convenient when you sell everything in one place. Since if I sell a critically important item for the game, I'll just always be able to redeem it back.
    2. This is the only inn in the game that has such a large area. Very comfortably.
    3. Downloading multiple screens does not cause me any discomfort, because I'm going through the game very slowly, and thoroughly studying every corner of this universe. I am pleased to dive into the atmosphere of this game.
    4. And, finally, why I prefer to leave the companions inside, it's because there are a lot of chests, lockers and desks. (I mean the second floor including). What is convenient for storing all sorts of letters, glyphs, scrolls and so on.
    ...


    as for the endbattle.. i like my NPC efficient...

    Yeslick
    Coran
    Shar-Teel
    Dorn
    and Edwin or Bealoth , who ever you manage to shut up first.

    Thank you very much for this NPC efficient. For me, he's very cool. I know all these fighters, and they will perfectly cope with the task.

  • DevardKrownDevardKrown Member Posts: 391
    Oriens said:

    DevardKrown, you probably noticed that they, Rasaad and Baeloth, are part of my party, this is the only condition under which I could see all the companions together in one Inn. It is not burdensome for me to go inside.
    1.It is very convenient when you sell everything in one place. Since if I sell a critically important item for the game, I'll just always be able to redeem it back.
    2. This is the only inn in the game that has such a large area. Very comfortably.
    3. Downloading multiple screens does not cause me any discomfort, because I'm going through the game very slowly, and thoroughly studying every corner of this universe. I am pleased to dive into the atmosphere of this game.
    4. And, finally, why I prefer to leave the companions inside, it's because there are a lot of chests, lockers and desks. (I mean the second floor including). What is convenient for storing all sorts of letters, glyphs, scrolls and so on.

    hah ! didn't even look at the current party, silly me x)

    as for my Choice.. well there is ALMOST nothing a fighter heavy party under Fear Immunity/Bless/Chant and Haste cant take down in BG1, and at "Max" level all the multi class fighter are only short like 1 level to a specialist. only ones sticking out are edwin and bealoth with their cheat items, cant get more magic for your money.

    https://us.v-cdn.net/5019558/uploads/editor/p2/j0b9mma1wj2c.jpg
    for my attempt on gathering people , less pretty than yours but i don't have to pay that greedy gnome for rooms and ale !

    Oriens
  • GusindaGusinda Member Posts: 175
    @Oriens, you could play the end game a couple of times trying various team builds. Start off with those not in SoD and end with those that are.
    This way there wont be any jealousy amongst them and they can all sit around talking about the good old days...

    Gus
    OriensDevardKrown
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