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Dhruin May 18th, 2009 14:37

NWN2: MoW - Review @ RPG Codex
Vince D. Weller has written a positive review of Mysteries of Westgate for RPG Codex. The article might be considered a little spoilerish, with VD supporting his points with examples:

When the game introduced me to a fallen paladin, I expected another Carth. Maybe Aerie. With a lot of whining and frowning. Instead the ex-paladin paid attention and learned from me. At some point he made a choice, inspired by my actions, and accepted an offer to became a champion of Shar, a truly evil and remorseless killer. He was given nice evil armor and an even nicer, evil two-hander. (Alternatively, you can help your ex-paladin to regain his paladinhood). Needless to say, I liked this development a lot. Well done, Ossian.

What I liked even more is that I told him "don't do it" in both cases (the above mentioned choices), but my influence was low and he rejected my opinion, especially since it contradicted with my gameplay choices.
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woges May 18th, 2009 14:37

I decided to get this. It just reminds me of what I used to like about D&D when it first came out (small detailed adventures). Hope it's as good as it sounds.

blatantninja May 18th, 2009 19:11

I've been so slammed that I have yet to finish MotB or even install SoZ. However, I think I might buy this this weekend. I need to decompress and it seems like it could easily be finished in a long weekend (labor day here).

txa1265 May 19th, 2009 05:22

Nice read - obviously I agree.

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