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1. Summary 2. Compatibility 3. Who you can talk with 4. Mercy: giving it... 5. Interlude: should you keep your word? 6. ...offering it... 7. ...and begging for it! 1. Summary. These games don't have much in the way of the material in the title, so let's see if we can introduce a bit of ethical turbulence to these still waters. This mod prepares most creatures, all the ones you can reasonably have some conversation with and who have some interest in their continued existence, for opting out of combat when they are badly hurt. Some will ask for mercy, and the party may grant it, let
Guaranteed to work under Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition only. Play under older versions at your own risk. Enhanced Edition Trilogy support added thanks to Guest Henanigan. Now this module actually installs. * Have you ever wondered why, for all the urgency of having to leave and the imminent threat of assassins, the main character of Baldur's Gate is at leisure to stroll across the grounds of Candlekeep, chatting, delivering bottles of cow cure, exterminating pests, even resting at the inn for days and weeks at a time if he has a notion to? Of course, the out-of-character reaso
To my grandmother Table of contents: 1. Summary 2. Compatibility and limitations 3. Sweeping creature changes and revamps of old items 4. The inn selection 5. Other 6. Money for me 1. Summary Here I introduce a number of new and, for the most part, original items for the Infinity Engine games - the Baldur's Gate line and the Icewind Dales. The emphasis is on role-playing and finding occupations for characters and players other than to go from point A to point B in search of the next power-up. Some have fighting applications, others help eke out experience f