Does passage of time really matter?

#1greghackerPosted 12/4/2012 3:56:13 AM
I can't recall from my experience with BG1.

I know, for example, that Xzar (?) and Montaron will leave if you take too long to reach
Neshkal, but will passage of time matter for anything important, or can I keep
resting in the wilderness if I need to?
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#2AzalinPosted 12/4/2012 7:15:32 AM
From what I remember, you are correct in that time does not matter for anything else except doing companion quest.

I do wish the game kept track of playtime rather than how many days have passed ingame.
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#3MwulfPosted 12/4/2012 8:51:31 AM
Montaron and Xzar will leave the party if you don't go to Nashkel quickly enough.
Jaheira and Khalid will leave the party if you don't go to Nashkel quickly enougn.
Minsc will leave the party if you don't rescue Dynaheir quickly enough.
Sam will die if you don't go to the Friendly Arm Inn quickly enough.

Pretty sure that's all.

And the timer is related to in-game time, not real-world time (which is probably why that's what the game tracks).
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