Can we talk about the fact that like no evil protagonist actually can take Viconia along in BG1 if the alignment is played straight? She asks you to save her life, doesn't offer any reward. An evil char would just tell her to go screw herself :V
"Yeah, right, I'll totally turn the largest mercenaty company in the entire region against me just to save your sorry ass."
Wait a minute, are you saying there are dialogues in the original vanilla Baldur's Gate that lack evil options?
This cannot be. Because as we all know for fact the first time that happens is in SoD, that forces you to be nice in certain dialogues.
Honestly, I think Viconia makes more sense in a good party. She plays up how her plight and the evils she fled so much that only a good party would take her. Once she is in, she sings her sharran philosophy to charname to turn him.
I really have issues with the last panel, the one in the lower right corner. It implies that two adults can consent to doing something that may be perceived as odd to outsiders. For some, eating cake in the morning may be just as strange as two adults of the same sex consenting to having a relationship with each other. You could even draw the conclusion that eating cake in the morning is just as harmless as two adults of the same sex being in love. Thus I conclude that this comic has a secret agenda, which it tries to shove down my throat. It teaches me about tolerance against my will and that is unacceptable for me!
Yesterday I convinced someone to start playing BG (they had only played PoE). They asked me for advice, so I told them to get SoD because it already includes the main game and adds in some extra stuff to it.
Their response: "What kind of extra stuff? Like [you know who] all the drama was about?"