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Arvia wrote: »
What I have observed and find very strange is the fact that you have many evil characters in the game, and they are tough fighters or whatever, then they get a few cool lines or moments and people like them. (heck, you can romance DORN).
On the other hand, there is an essentially good person, an example in many ways, who is also a strong fighter with great extra abilities, and if he is found less than perfect, human, people throw rocks at him. Why?
Humanoid_Taifun wrote: »
@Chronicler That is not how service to a God who makes loyalty and duty the most important qualities in his servants works.
Whether Keldorn failed his family is one question. But whether he should consider his duty over because "Keldorn's not so special"? With that line of reasoning, anyone could get out of duty.
"Arvia wrote: »
If you let him stay with his family (which I did, on various occasions) you don't know how his story ends.
Imagine he's there with his family, all nice and safe and happy the way we imagine a perfect modern family, and then he hears what's going on in Saradush and beyond.
Don't you think he'd also struggle with his conscience then, have the feeling that he neglected his duty? That he, as one of the most experienced members of the Radiant Heart, was sitting at home instead of helping to prevent the
gathering of Bhaal's essence and the rising of a new Lord of Murder?