Troyen wrote:I actually think you should leave them out. It'd be different from your other games and it's a reason to replay the game - retry the story with alternate points-of-view. And it keeps the party from growing too large.
(Plus, if there's a character we really dislike, we can leave them out without negatively impacting our party power. "Optional" rescue missions really mean "do this if you don't want to fall behind on XP/Gold".)
jack1974 wrote:The main issue is that it would limit the classes, for example if you pick both Galan, Kusho and Amukiki, you would have no healer in your party.
council leader "How is it that you came to know this?"
karen "As I said before, the growing mists around N'Mar are a growing concern for the Amazons as well. We have been flying surveillance missions over those fields for many moons. All, of course, to further the shared interests of both the human empire and the Amazons' domain."
council leader "Why did you not relay this information to the council?"
karen "My people have reported everything we know to the council through proper diplomatic channels. If that information failed to reach you, you have only your own bureaucratic inefficiency and political idiocy to blame."
"People around the council chamber begin to murmur."
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