get a life Mr BrookeSimonBrooke said:SimonBrooke said:Which is why men marry the first type while keeping the second as a mistress. Doesn't seem much of a dilemma to meSimonBrooke said:at that point, the game becomes exclusively for men (sorry girls). It's the main dillema in any man's life: the sweet, caring, loving type of Shani who will always be there for you (and in some extend you might get bored of her), or the sexy, hot, adventurus type of Triss (who can nevertheless become distant and unfaithful)?Nimue, Widow, I thought better of you both. DNL (probably) has an excuse for being immature. You don't.Yes, I agree that sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander - a man who isn't prepared to be faithful shouldn't expect faithfulness. But don't respond to the stereotyping of women by stereotyping men.SimonBrooke said:amen!
Grandpa never eats children.preacherzson said:Forget the idea of sending him to Vaska in the swamp. I say there should be another option:Since the creepy little weirdo "needs discipline", every time Alvin gets whiny we should have the option to send him to Grandpa in the swamp to be eaten.
OOOoooooo you're evil.... I like thatpreacherzson said:Forget the idea of sending him to Vaska in the swamp. I say there should be another option:Since the creepy little weirdo "needs discipline", every time Alvin gets whiny we should have the option to send him to Grandpa in the swamp to be eaten.
The end of this act has a LOT going on. You'll have to handle two different bosses, but the second one is better handled by some means other than ordinary hand-to-hand combat: listen very carefully to what Geralt says aloud to himself while you're in the ending of Act III.pepez said:In the end of the ACT I guess I must kill something right?
I pretty much made the same decision, for the same reasons .. along with all the other responses I've read so far in this thread, I actually took the TIME to think (a rare event in CRPGs) through The Future Consequences, and decided that as a Child of Destiny (bigtime!) Alvin needed a sorceress to guide and protect him. Shani wasn't even in the running, for me, because she would have had NO clue on how to handle Alvin's developing powers (GIVEN what I knew of her at the time). So was an easy choice for me to MAKE, given my view of the situation, but it was still kinda hard to DO the action .. like many of you, I procrastinated on it until I pretty much HAD to make a choice to keep the plot moving .. and then I sent him to Triss.morandil said:It's funny, my take on the whole issue was much more about Alvin and his story.I thought that whomever would become Alvin's guardian would be exposed to certain dangers and powerful forces. Shani is not really equipped to deal with that sort of thing. Triss is perfectly capable of dealing with that. I would hate to see Shani dead because I placed someone in her custody. Also, I would hate to see Alvin fall into the "wrong hands" that I know of. True, Triss has greater chances for secondary motives, and might very well be the "wrong hands" but I figure that's part of the deal.The degree of Shani's hate after making my decision, and her unwllingness to listen to any amount of reason (no options are given) kind of leads me to think I left Alvin with the more stable of the two (i.e. Triss).
I do the same thing in 'real life' sometimes, when the decision either doesn't really matter much (and I don't want to waste time on internal debate), or when I just CAN'T decide by process of reasoning it out or by going with my moral code .. which usually occurs when I don't have enough information. 8)SinNiji said:I just coin-choised Triss (3 on 3. Flawless victory for the sorcess. ;D).
I think that you can buy it from the rich-looking merchant who hangs out in the square near Shani's place, and additionally you can get one for free .. somewhere .. but I don't recall which box, chest, or drawer contains one. Sorry! eace:SinNiji said:And now gotta give her the ruby-ring...no Idea where I can found it.