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Enkida

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  1. Well, since we never ran into his quest-enemy yet, and the song interrupts when the party breaks to do something, like attack, and then comes back afterward, and since it's actually labelled "bardsong" as an effect with a white note symbol, I figured it was Garrick's song. I will have to see what happens when we come back WITH Garrick in the party, but that would require remembering where we dropped him off first. ;-) I just thought of something, though. It may be related to aTweaks "Simple Bard Script -> always sing bardsong when idle" thing, rather than BG1NPCs. Or a combination of both. I was using that on Garrick when he was in the party.
  2. Gavin sometimes fires off breakfast talks at the wrong time of day after resting. It has happened a couple of times but I actually noted it specifically this time around: the breakfast talk fired right after resting, and the game time was 1am in the morning. The environment had the "total darkness of night" lighting as well. (btw, great mod so far )
  3. Hey, this may not be local to BG1 NPC or Gavin, but these are the only two NPC with music mods I have encountered in my game so far. This is a BWPv11 BGT installation, as well. If the pc custom music starts up, the vanilla background music does not stop playing, resulting in unpleasant cacaphony. installation details here, first post: http://www.shsforums.net/topic/54341-bwp-v11-custom-install-bug-list/
  4. If you start Garrick's Ulcaster quest, visit Ulcaster while he is singing bardsong, leave again quickly when you realize Ulcaster ghosts can kick your party's butt, and then come back much later, levelled up, and without Garrick in the party, his bardsong will still persistently affect the party, including in the Ulcaster dungeon. more installation details here, first post http://www.shsforums.net/topic/54341-bwp-v11-custom-install-bug-list/ ...that was a run on sentence worthy of German!
  5. Hey, I had an issue with the pelvsdale lake poets going histile after a wild surge that didn't hit them: http://www.shsforums.net/topic/54341-bwp-v11-custom-install-bug-list/ I could say they perhaps fear wild magic, but they were off screen so ostensibly they didn't see us committing wild magic sin either...
  6. No problem, but just so you know I didn't check all the english files. I haven't finished with Gavin yet so i only checked through dialogue already seen in my game. oh, and the Valeria quest battle cry and Gavin's short banditry exclaimation files, those were all ok though. FYI!
  7. Ah, why the hell not do more b!addtalks.tra, @83 Now that you mention it, I do remember seeing at it. What sujbects do you prefer? > subjects b!addtalks.tra, @85 Uusally > usually, mentioned in previous post b!addtalks.tra, @227 You mean you aren't talking about my sauve self-assurance and celestial good looks? > suave b!addtalks.tra, @269 The inclination to travel is too hard to supress, I suppose. > suppress
  8. So I noticed a misspelling in the Valeria quest, but I had exited the dialogue screen and lost it. While looking for it in the english .tra files for the line, I found a couple of other things too. These may have been mentioned before, I didn't trawl this thread first... b!quest.tra, @47 Gavin, we haven't time for any side-trips, and I cannot excuse your absense right now. > absence b!quest.tra, @101 As for <CHARNAME> and the rest of the party, you have performed a most valuable service for this town, and it is my pleasure and priviledge to reward you accordingly. > privilege b!bertra.tra, @0 You have to talk to the buttler if you want any help. > butler b!gustav.tra, @34 You speak of the lower classes as if you were born to priviledge, but I am quite sure that if that were the case, you would not be answering the door for a rich woman who thinks far too highly of herself for her own good. > privilege b!gustav.tra, @35 In fact, I beleive that you know a great deal about them. > believe b!valer.tra, @51 By combining these in correct proportions, it should be possible to distill the essence of happiness into an elixer. > elixir b!valer.tra, @74 That does present some interesting possiblities. > possibilities bb!gavin.tra, @26 Adherance to the discipline of Helm has carried many of the faithful through difficult times. > Adherence bb!gavin.tra, @175 Allow me to respond in kind: how goes your search for a woman who finds your endless plattitudes remotely attractive? > platitudes bb!gaving.tra, @247 In fact, I believe I am required by my faith to oppose some of thier more radical teachings. > their bb!gavin.tra, @350 You still really believe in the inherrent goodness of people, don't you? > inherent bb!gavin.tra, @377 After hearing lie upon lie and eduring disappointment after disappointment, I could bear it no longer. > enduring bb!gavin.tra, @383 I spoke in anger, and I appologize. > apologize bb!gavin.tra, @387 But now that you know the most painful part of my past, I hope you can fogive my reluctance to announce it right away. > forgive bb!gaving.tra, @407 Ah, I'll not troble meself o'er a few less nobs, but how's a dwarf ta get by when he can't guarantee safe delivery o' goods? > trouble bb!gavin.tra, @413 *geturing at Gavin's helmet* > gesturing bb!gavin.tra, @422 But you and she have very different temperments. > temperaments bb!gavin.tra, @424 I do not queston *why* you adventure. > question bb!gavin.tra, @518 But not everyone can be born with a nicely bulbous olefactory organ. > olfactory bb!gavin.tra, @562 but I can get one in forest green__slubbed silk (double space) bb!gavin.tra, @573 You lack wisdom, cleric, if you fail to see the magnificance of Tiax! But today, Tiax is feeling benevolent. He will forgive this trangression. Fall on your knees before the mercy of Tiax! > magnificence > transgression bb!gavin.tra, @591 When Tiax rules, slaves shall fight over the priviledge of cooking his meals! > privilege bb!gavin.tra, @600 Would *you* ever forsee possible peace between humans and the drow? > foresee bb!gavin.tra, @619 I do appologize, Viconia. > apologize bb!gavin.tra, @639 Reconcilliation between elves and men is unlikely. > reconciliation bb!gavin.tra, @646 Smile, Gavin! It surpresses the gag reflex. > suppresses bb!gavin.tra, @669 An' I must say, 'tis good to be travelin' > British or American english? (one or two L's in "traveling" or "travelling" > until now all instances are with two L's
  9. On dialogue duplication: It's not Gavin's fault there. PiD with Safana resulted in the same type of dialogue duplication problems that Gavin was having. One thing that did happen which is *probably* not Gavin's fault: He began a flirt with the PC, and the only thing that popped up was a "NO VALID STRING RESPONSE" choice, which exited out of the flirt. He then began another flirt right afterwards that was fine. Again, I think this is probably my mega install, not Gavin, just FYI.
  10. My bad! I would edit my post if I could. ^__^;
  11. Hey, so far i'm enjoying the Gavin mod, he's a nice, believable guy who blends well into the FR setting. One thing I thought I'd throw out there is that a certain mod-added quest for BG1 - I believe it comes from BG1 Unfinished Business - adds the opportunity to babysit a woman's children in Nashkel. Her name is Mrs. Blackwood and her children are Sarah and Tom. I don't want to spoil the quest here for anyone who hasn't done it yet, but it's cute and basically involves babysitting, not combat. I just wanted to throw out there that it would be interesting if Gavin could actually recognize that since... Just throwing it out there as an idea. I look forward to playing more of this mod. :-)
  12. Hey hey. I don't own the Anthology so this is all guesswork from investigative reading. However, I suspect the Anthology has a different listing of directory than a standard from disc or gog install. If you're technically competent I am sure you can work around it. If you're not, then you will have problems. And in fact, if you DO own the anthology, I have a request from Leonardo with a .bat file to run, just so he can get a hard copy of what, exactly, the install directory is, and then adjust his BWP accordingly. So, if you own the anthology, please send me a pm, so I can send you a file, which then I can send to him, and make everyone's modding lives a little bit happier. ;-)
  13. Just be aware that the anthology has problems installing mod content, particularly EasyTutu but also BGT.
  14. Yeah, technically there's nothing wrong with "in between", but years of living in Germany may have skewed my language perspective. It was more of a "huh, that doesn't sound like Gavin's 'accent' to me" kind of reaction than a spelling or grammar error. Nothing needing a "fix" though. Also get well soon. :-)
  15. This one is really a typo. Gavin says "My parents names are Darlos and Evie." Parents is possessive to names though, so "My parents' names are Darlos and Evie." Later in that conversation he says, "Once, when I was home for a visit in between assignments," It reads oddly to me, but I think "in between" is an actual adverb. Usually as an adjective it is written as a hyphenated word : "in-between". But in this sentence it would not read so oddly to me if it just lost the "in" completely : "a visit between assignments" which meaningwise works just as well. Not really a typo at all, though, technically... again later describing one of his siblings in the same dialogue chain Gavin says "temperment" which is not a word, I think you meant "temperament"
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