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blatantninja February 21st, 2008 20:13

Mod recommendations for new character?
 
Curious to see if anyone has any recommendations for modules that you'd need to start a new character (or at least a very low level one) that has some length.

I finished the OC last month and haven't fired up MotB yet, but I kind of want to just start from scratch. So, any recommendations?

Damian Mahadevan May 8th, 2009 05:24

I like the kaedrin's modules myself. I havent used it. But it has a more focused wild shape class. :D

wolfing May 8th, 2009 15:10

Quote:

Originally Posted by blatantninja (Post 68726)
Curious to see if anyone has any recommendations for modules that you'd need to start a new character (or at least a very low level one) that has some length.

I finished the OC last month and haven't fired up MotB yet, but I kind of want to just start from scratch. So, any recommendations?

I know what you're saying. I know people like the high levels because they have all the awesome epic feats and spells… I hate it. To me, D&D is great at levels 1-14 or so. I finished the OC about 3 weeks ago, and am playing MotB but, really, I'm forcing myself to play it.

larry138 June 29th, 2009 22:02

Way late on this, but I really like Tony K's Monster and Companion AI mod. It doesn't tend to get along well at all with other mods, with a few exceptions. It makes companions and enemies smarter. If a party member has both a ranged and melee weapon they'll switch accordingly with the circumstances. Real awesome.

human_male September 11th, 2009 04:07

I can think of two; The Corruption of Kiahoro is for early levels (1 to 3 but 1 would be quite tough) and it's follow up, Traveller which you can use the same character for (around level 6). They're both story driven, quest based adventures and last about twelve hours each. They require both Mask and Storm to be installed.

http://nwvault.ign.com/View.php?view….Detail&id=178

http://nwvault.ign.com/View.php?view….Detail&id=293

And there's also a character creator based on the Traveller mod if you want to level up a bit, buy some custom armor, or look at girls in their undies.

http://nwvault.ign.com/View.php?view….Detail&id=340

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crpgnut September 23rd, 2009 14:46

Ooh, I'm back into NWN2 now too. Thanks for the suggestions, human_male. I'm playing Pool of Radiance Remastered, but will give this game a shot next.

VPeric September 23rd, 2009 14:58

I played Dark Waters which was interesting, though the sequel (Dark Waters 2) is even better.


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