Give him bozar and stand behind him when fighting. he will tank and kill everything which gets too close while you can pick people from far away.
You could also give him a Power Fist, I suppose, though his inabilty to wear armour means he'll need a lot of Stimpacks to work as a melee fighter.
Are there any relatively easy to obtain Plasma Rifles? Anyway, I rescued the girl from the Khans at Vault 15 peacefully, and now Tandi wants me to get rid of them. Their leader isn't willing to talk to me, though. Is there any solution to this that doesn't involve having to wipe them out?
still playing BG2. dear god that game is long. The game just throws quests at you one after another.
Managed to kill the Unseen Eye. Like a badass I am but then Nalia gets arrested. So i try to rescue her only for Jaheira to get poisoned.
Sorted those and now in Plane Sphere killing demons (okay. just one. took a lot out of me but next one will go down much easier. need to properly buff my tank (minsc. he has 19 str. although I have potions for str. so maybe keldor with lower AC would be better)
so much to do, takes ages. having fun tough. but holy shit another fifty hours of gameplay await me at this pace.
Played a bit of Dark souls, I backtracked to Sen's fortress for an important ring I forgot to pick up and emptied the ruins of new londo of all the water. Took some time. Pesty ghosts...
I then played half an hour of Limbo. Brilliant game, clever puzzles but not too difficult. I am at 2/3 of the puzzle. Will try to finish it tonight.
Or dump him because he is a liability.
Liability as in, everybody will hate you (or just him) 'cause he's a mutant and hanging around with him will invite more bullets than conversation?
Because he shoots you in the back mainly.
Dominions 3 is so arcane, I love the hodge-podge of cultures and concepts, yes it brings the concept of balance into disrepute but WHATEVER. I know I am confidently paddling in the shallow end of its content but that suits me fine. March forth my £5 customer pretties.
I normally played Fallout 2 with three or four companions. Marcus, Cassidy, and Gorris were my favorite choices. I never had the problems with friendly fire that everyone else did, but my guy was a sniper who shot from the back of the party.
Here's a challenge, try and describe in detail the appearance of the Ranger Sequoia without making it sound like you're pleasuring yourself with it.
Can't be done. There's a golden double headed bear on the smooth wooden grip, and a golden trigger, but these touches are minor so as not to distract from the stunning intricate patterns carved into the side, along with the words 'for honourable service' on the long barrel. Come ere Sequoia, I've got something you can service.
There was me, thinking I was getting into GW2 finally and it all falls apart again - a long stretch of tiresome 'go get this and carry it SLOWLY back' quests - an area where the quest difficulty is so wobbly that you go from easy to 'you die in 1 hit' enemies and a lot of uninspiring group stuff and I've lost interest again...
It's a dogs breakfast of a thing, I don't want it to remind me that there are over 700 places I need to 'stand' to unlock some fucking pointless achievement - I don't want to fuck around playing snowball with kids either - the world is charmless and I've seen enough of it I think.
People said it was struggling in player terms and I've seen far-too-few playing it. One event I did was well patronised and fun but then everyone just melted away (too easy rapid-transport?) and soon it was a single-player game again.
I'm sure it took loads of people to create it - it's a shame none of them seem to have imbued it with any character...
What are all the people who left WoW playing then? Don't tell me it's SW:TOR because I don't believe you :)
Realised that siding with Mr House is like siding with Mrs Thatcher, what the fuck has this game done to me
Getting my ass handed to me in Panzer Corps and Civ V, it's not a good day for my turn-based strategy ego.
But I am on one of the medium pop servers that ANet was allowing for free transfers to (Ferguson's Crossing) and I am regularly sent to an overflow at Lion's Arch and I can always find people wandering around in just about all the zones (the 50-70 areas are a bit anemic, mostly because everyone in those ranges are just powering through to either get to Orr or are doing dungeons instead of exploring).
I think the 'automatic grouping and sharing' stuff is great in some ways - but it also means people have NO reason to talk or spend time together away from those moments.
They've also put a lot of stuff in which requires a group (their equivalent of 'elite' monsters etc.) and it's not always obvious which bits that is until you get the shit kicked out of you :)
Oh and one other gripe - the sheer amount of JUNK you get to pick-up and have to work-out what to do with is tiresome. Every monster drops some sort of crafting crap - your bags fill-up in no time - there's no easy way to know what's worth having and I'm tried of finding places to dump it. They even added 'encumberment' when you have a quest reward and no space - you walk SLOWLY until you either destroy something or find a vendor - what the fuck is the point of that?
WoW was like this early-on - it loved weighing you down with crap but it learned it's lesson, why GW2 wants me to carry crafting crap, logs, audio logs, a tonne of weapons etc. I've no idea at all (it could, at least, put the quest-related stuff into a 'free' bag of some sort).
For everything this game has in 'polish' it has to decidedly dodgy aspects too - I'm really disappointed with it overall, I could go back to WoW in a heartbeat - I might even just do that.
trjp: A few suggestions
1. Consider moving to a new server. The one you are on may be a low-pop one
2. You can automatically deposit all crafting items (well, except for a few unique ones you get early on). Do that regularly
3. Carry a few salvage kits to salvage anything called "Salvage item" or anything you don't intend to sell (early on, probably nothing. By the end, most everything :p)
4. Whenever you see a merchant, go and sell junk. That will auto-sell all the junk
5. Anything left over after auto-selling and depositing is equipment or a quest item. Destroy quest items you don't need and either use, sell, or salvage equipment
Games I have beaten out of pure hatred:
-Ninja Gaiden 2
-Kane & Lynch
-Kane & Lynch 2
-Serious Sam: The Random Encounter
And now, Fortix 2. May I never lay eyes on any of these asshole games again.