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Myrthos October 31st, 2012 23:55

Original Sin - Haloween Pumpkin
 
On his blog Swen Vincke has a short item about Haloween and that you can use item combination on a pumpkin in Divinity: Original Sin.
Quote:

Where I grew up, the concept of Halloween festivities was completely alien. We had things like All Saints and All Souls days, but those were very serious affairs. Thatís clearly changed now, and having 4 kids of which at least 3 remind me regularly that itís Halloween ensures that I cannot escape the party, but to be honest, I still havenít figured out why people say Happy Halloween. I tried wikipedia, but tbh, that didnít really educate me on why itís a party.
I do like the pumpkin thing however Ė so much that we did this with them in Divinity: Original Sin (edit: for some reason video links arenít working in WordPress, so I put a link to facebook for the time being) Ė and now weíre looking for some inspiration as to what special powers this particular item combination will give you. Anybody who comes up with an idea that gets implemented, gets a Larian pumpkin !!!
And, happy Halloween to you all
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azarhal October 31st, 2012 23:55

Yeah pumpkin helmet!

Igor November 1st, 2012 00:15

Similar interactuation would be awsome in any rpg including quests also, that is why I was enslaved be a mmo so many years…

Arkadia7 November 1st, 2012 02:11

That is cool.

TheMadGamer November 1st, 2012 17:48

That is the kind of thing that can make playing in a gameworld very fun and interesting.

Thrasher November 1st, 2012 17:51

Article title should be "Halloween" rather than "Haloween". BTW, I did this when I was four (it was paper mache, though). :)

DeepO November 1st, 2012 17:53

GotY 2013, obviously.

JDR13 November 1st, 2012 19:17

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Originally Posted by DeepO (Post 1061168920)
GotY 2013, obviously.

There certainly doesn't look to be much competition in the genre next year. I think 2014 is going to be fantastic for crpgs though with so many kickstarters coming to fruition.


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