Well, nothing to do with pawns or jobs. But what I find ridiculous is that you can pick 15 sacks of hair under the dukes chair in his solar, and still the guy doesnt appear bald! He should be under a lot of stress that he's shedding 15 sacks of hair periodically 0_____o --- PSN: Auharu Even if the morrow is barren of promises nothing shall forestall my return..
^^ Not unkillable but rediculously annoying without a Bow. Climbing the Rampaging beast and then leaping off its head to score a scathing hit on a medal floating in midair is a pain in the ass but it works........
I think that Warrior class is gimped. Mages get 6 skills and 1 weapon, Sorcerors get 6 skills and 1 weapon, Warriors get 3 skills despite having 2 kinds of the same weapon?(swords and hammers) Why are they the only class limited to 3 skills?
Well, nothing to do with pawns or jobs. But what I find ridiculous is that you can pick 15 sacks of hair under the dukes chair in his solar, and still the guy doesnt appear bald! He should be under a lot of stress that he's shedding 15 sacks of hair periodically 0_____o
That chair is where he gets his haircut. His barber is lazy and he just sweeps the hair under the chair.
See, there's a simple explanation for everything. --- PSN ID: XARNON Now playing: Dragon's Dogma - but not as much as I like
One of the things that I find ridiculous is how the blacksmith in Gran Soren uses a Japanese smithing technique. This game is modeled after Old World Europe during the Dark Ages and those smiths stood in front of a large anvil to work and didn't crouch in front of a small one like they did in Japan. How the devs srewed this up is beyond me.
Having only one place to switch classes is stupid. It's even stupider that a freakin' Innkeeper is the guy you have to see for it. --- "When the shades of night are falling...comes a fellow everyone knows." "It's the old dope peddler...spreading joy wherever he goes."