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Just started entering the pain that is Tutu. Picked up this mod, and despite not being very far it's a wonderful mod, really refreshing to get the thing that made BG2 so good ported back to BG1 (and even in so far as Imoen recognising places like Beregost).


Just one, slightly jarring moment, came when Imoen called Gorion "dad". During the entire series he is never called this. The PC will call him Gorion or foster-father. Imoen always calls him Gorion. This slip into "dad" takes me right out of the game and I'd reccomend a change in the wording.

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I can't recall it word for word, she is asking you how you're coping with the loss of your dad. I had this banter almost immediately after she joined the party.

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After killing the mage at the Friendly Arm, Imoen talks about finding his spellbook, but incorrectly spells his name, substituting an i for an e, turning... uh, Tashen (:)) into Tashin, or whatever the hell his name was.

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In one of my replies to Imoen (during her chat about the Friendly Arm Inn mages spellbook which we take off his body apparently) I can say misremember... WTF? What's wrong with forget, or don't remember? You know, real words.

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In BG1 there weren't any actions (unless I'm misremembering), and in BG2 there were the odd one or two for which brackets were used. In this mod you have chosedn asterisks. Why? Would it not be better to fall in line with BG2?


The instance I am thinking of is in a Kivan banter with the PC where he kicks off with *smiles* (I then had a banter where I could ask if nothing made him happy. Seems the PC has a short memory).

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SAY ~Good. I'd hate to see this eat away at ya. We'll get him, you know. That guy, whoever he was, who killed your dad. We'll find out who he is and pay him back good!

And don't even think of ditching me either. I know what I'm doing and I'm in this as much as you. I liked Gorion and you're my best friend.

I'm your best friend too, whether you know it or not. You can count on me and don't you forget it!~

IF ~~ THEN REPLY ~I can't make any promises, Imoen. I intend to assemble the most efficient group possible. Your skills may end up being redundant.~ GOTO IMPC1.4

IF ~~ THEN REPLY ~What brings this on, Imoen? I don't think I've ever seen you act this way!~ GOTO IMPC1.5


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Main Entry: mis-

Function: prefix

Etymology: partly from Middle English, from Old English; partly from Middle English mes-, mis-, from Old French mes-, of Germanic origin; akin to Old English mis-; akin to Old English missan to miss

1 a : badly : wrongly <misjudge> b : unfavorably <misesteem> c : in a suspicious manner <misdoubt>

2 : bad : wrong <misdeed>

3 : opposite or lack of <mistrust>

4 : not <misknow>

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Well, as long as she does not refer to Gorion as her own father, I think it is not a big deal, no? I saw daddy and dad used in BG texts. She calls him Mister G after all in the beginning, why not PC's dad?

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