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Favorite NPC outside of the Companions.

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  • ilduderinoilduderino Member Posts: 335
    Miranda - I recall she becomes more relevant in the Gavin npc mod

    JuliusBorisov
  • NimranNimran Member Posts: 4,848
    My favorite kid is Albert. :)

    Permidion_Starktbone1BlackravenJuliusBorisov
  • Permidion_StarkPermidion_Stark Member Posts: 4,327
    Skatan wrote: »
    I've always been found of Marl. The whole dialogue is pretty good and enables both RP choices (you can define your character by picking certain choices) but also PG choices to maximize EXP if that's your bag. He's a broken, drunken dad and want to take out his anger on anyone he meets.

    Even when I am in theory role playing I find it impossible not give the answers that net you the 900 XP. However, I recently tried out the NPC project for the first time and it turns out if you have Montaron in your party as soon as Marl opens his mouth things escalate really quickly.

    SkatanThacoBellBlackraven
  • tbone1tbone1 Member Posts: 1,992
    ilduderino wrote: »
    For a thespian extraordinaire she is remarkably bad at faking being ambushed though

    Based on people I've seen who would use the phrase "thespian extraordinaire", she seems no worse than average.

    ThacoBellPermidion_StarkMERLANCE
  • TrauerweideTrauerweide Member Posts: 27
    I actutually like Gorion... he rescued and raised you and finally died defending you from Sarevok. Btw. in the German version he is voiced by the same guy who voiced Xzar. So Gorion always sounds a bit crazy and evil :D.

    ThacoBellPermidion_StarkChroniclerJuliusBorisov
  • jasteyjastey Member Posts: 1,374
    @Trauerweide Or Xzar sounds wise and forgiving, heh. (I actually never noticed that. Maybe because Xzar and Montaron only served as backup against Tarnesh in my one German runthrough, soon-to-be-replaced by J&K.)

    Permidion_StarkTrauerweideAcifer
  • ChroniclerChronicler Member Posts: 1,061
    Eddster wrote: »
    I’m surprised nobody has mentioned Tamoko here, although she’s an evil character she wanted to save Sarevok before he destroyed himself, without understanding that he was already too far gone. She was certainly one of the more relatable characters in the original game.

    Particularly with what happened at the end of ToB with certain characters, a very touching moment I felt.

    Last time I beat the game, I noticed I had an option to promise her I won't kill Sarevok.

    This lead to me looking into weather it had been possible to beat the game without killing him this whole time and I never noticed.

    It's not. If you make that promise I guess that just ends up being a promise you break.

    monico
  • monicomonico Member Posts: 190
    I've always liked Winthrop and his wise down-to-earth humor.
    You can feel his influence in Imoen's personality until late in Throne of Bhaal, and his banter when you come back in Chapter 6 is short but very refreshing and somewhat nostalgic.
    I never miss making a detour to greet him in all my runs, no matter what alignment or character I play.

    ThacoBellAdam_en_tiumBlackravenJuliusBorisov
  • AurorusAurorus Member Posts: 201
    Nimbul. He has the best charmed dialogue in the game, including his selection command, "Hush little baby, don't say a word... Nimbul is going to show you the big black bird."

    SkatanBlackravenmonicoJuliusBorisov
  • EddsterEddster Member Posts: 10
    Nimbul is brutal to try and fight at the time you meet him...absolutely brutal.

  • ilduderinoilduderino Member Posts: 335
    He’d be even worse if he summoned that familiar

  • byrne20byrne20 Member Posts: 315
    Gotta give Bub Snikt some love.. that guys got a nose like Wolverine 😉

    Chroniclertbone1
  • VasculioVasculio Member Posts: 435
    edited November 13
    If we are talking about Baldur's Gate 1. I would say Oogie Wisham. lol cj12m8ff3bii.png

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    Permidion_Starktbone1
  • AurorusAurorus Member Posts: 201
    Eddster wrote: »
    Nimbul is brutal to try and fight at the time you meet him...absolutely brutal.

    Lead him down to the graveyard, charm him, click on a couple tombstones, leave Nimbul there, and he won't be a problem any more. Be sure to collect your reward first from the mayor; he probably won't survive the carnage that ensues. You will probably have to sneak back to get Nimbul's stuff (if it was not incinerated).

  • ChroniclerChronicler Member Posts: 1,061
    Vasculio wrote: »
    If we are talking about Baldur's Gate 1. I would say Oogie Wisham. lol

    What's the deal with Oogie Wisham? I don't think I know this one.

  • AurorusAurorus Member Posts: 201
    Chronicler wrote: »
    Vasculio wrote: »
    If we are talking about Baldur's Gate 1. I would say Oogie Wisham. lol

    What's the deal with Oogie Wisham? I don't think I know this one.

    He is upstairs in the tavern in the south of Beregost and is paranoid that the paladin downstairs is out to get him.

    ChroniclerThacoBell
  • ChroniclerChronicler Member Posts: 1,061
    Honorable Mention to that Ogre you find chilling at a Fireplace north of the Gnoll Fortress. When you talk to him he's all "I just had a big meal and all I wanna do is bliss out on my good tummy feelings for a while. Can we fight later?"

    Ate a big burrito and now I'm thinking about him.

    BlackravenZaxaresSkatan
  • DaelonDulucDaelonDuluc Member Posts: 13
    I like Silke. True, I do kill her every time I meet her but I still like her.

    I too like Silke. She hired me to do a job. I did it and she paid me. That's all I really ask. Work doesn't have anything to do with morality to me. That and she's so dern perky!

    Permidion_Stark
  • BelacRLJBelacRLJ Member Posts: 34
    Chronicler wrote: »
    Honorable Mention to that Ogre you find chilling at a Fireplace north of the Gnoll Fortress. When you talk to him he's all "I just had a big meal and all I wanna do is bliss out on my good tummy feelings for a while. Can we fight later?"

    Ate a big burrito and now I'm thinking about him.

    I really wish there was a peaceful resolution to that encounter. I think it's the NPC project that adds Ogre-sized bags of turnips for sale at the Nashkel Carnival--I tried bringing one out to Bear River to roast with the ogre, but nothing doing.

  • ChroniclerChronicler Member Posts: 1,061
    BelacRLJ wrote: »
    Chronicler wrote: »
    Honorable Mention to that Ogre you find chilling at a Fireplace north of the Gnoll Fortress. When you talk to him he's all "I just had a big meal and all I wanna do is bliss out on my good tummy feelings for a while. Can we fight later?"

    Ate a big burrito and now I'm thinking about him.

    I really wish there was a peaceful resolution to that encounter. I think it's the NPC project that adds Ogre-sized bags of turnips for sale at the Nashkel Carnival--I tried bringing one out to Bear River to roast with the ogre, but nothing doing.

    Isn't the peaceful resolution just you leaving him alone like he asks? I seem to recall that he won't fight you unless you repeatedly talk to him after he asks you to stop pestering him.

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