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    Quote Originally Posted by Noel View Post
    Since you have played Bloodlines, I wholeheartedly recommend Planescape: Torment and Baldur's Gate 2+expansion. The former of the two, ranking as my favourite RPG of all time.
    BG2 is one of my other favorites as well. I only recently discovered Planetscape, though. I don't know who I missed it - I've been playing cRPGs since Bard's Tale came out on the C64. It comes very highly recommended, and seems to have all the parts I find most interesting. I'm really looking forward to playing it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HilbertSpace View Post
    BG2 is one of my other favorites as well. I only recently discovered Planetscape, though. I don't know who I missed it - I've been playing cRPGs since Bard's Tale came out on the C64. It comes very highly recommended, and seems to have all the parts I find most interesting. I'm really looking forward to playing it.
    If you really enjoy dialogue, then Planescape: Torment will not disappoint. What makes this my favourite game is that the developers believe that a player should be rewarded much more experience from dialogue rather than fighting and instead of the random dialogues amongst your party members e.g. Baldur's Gate 2, you can actively engage them anytime (and it's quite essential).

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    I totally intend to be a werewolf at some time or the other. Someone bite me, please?
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    I'm guessing the bite me offer is limited only to werewolves?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Varelse View Post
    I'm guessing the bite me offer is limited only to werewolves?
    Yep.
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    Hmmm....Werewolf vs. Vampire

    Werewolf
    Wet-dog smell and muddy paws when it rains. Always worried about depilatory supplies, flea-dip, and the "Silver Bullet." (What a pain in the rear.)

    Vampire
    French cuff shirts, snazzy cape. Always worried about having enough 1000+SPF sun-tan lotion on hand and heart-burn caused by a bad stake.

    Can't decide...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crabapple View Post
    Yep.
    I thought so. I'll find something else for lunch.
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    If you read the Kelly Armstrong books here's the werewolf:

    Pros:
    Extra stregnth/senses at all times
    Very slow aging
    Quick healing
    Change at will at least once per month

    Cons:
    Very unstable temper
    Strong Instincts (chase/hunt/kill)
    Massive ammounts of food needed (around 6000-10,000 per day)
    Don't quite fit in with modern society.


    Werewolf

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    Quote Originally Posted by nom4d View Post
    Cons:
    Very unstable temper
    Strong Instincts (chase/hunt/kill)
    Massive ammounts of food needed (around 6000-10,000 per day)
    Don't quite fit in with modern society.
    Yeah, seeing as how I'm already this to begin with (albeit with less intensity than an actual werewolf), I'm going to have to reiterate my choice of anthropomorphic Canus lupus.
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    Hmm...personally, the more I see, the more I prefer the vampire for myself.

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