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Never Winter Nights vs Icewind Dale 2 vs ToEE 
12th-Apr-2004 05:46 pm
MIP Sith
Which one is best?

Can you pick any race, and any class (just like the tabletop game)?

Can you multiclass? What about Prestige classes, and which one of those are available?

Can they be played on an 800x600 monitor?

Is NWN good even without the latest expansion?

I heard ToEE only goes to 10th level???

And is that (ToEE) the first one or "Return to the" ToEE??

13th-Apr-2004 07:24 am (UTC)
TOEE does cap at 10. Excess XP beyond that is only good for item creation by your spellcasters. The party alignment thing is a pain as it limits what alignments you can give your PCs. The only other thing it seems to majorly affect is your opening quest, AKA "Why you came to Hommlet to begin with". NPCs don't seem to care much what alignment you are. There are no prestige classes but I think you can otherwise multiclass to your heart's content. It does have some bugs but there are patches that clear most if not all of them up. Love interests are in the game if you choose to pursue them. There's two female NPCs that will join the party if one of your male PCs marries them. There's a male NPC who can be romanced by a female PC and even married as part of the epilogue if you take it that far. I think there is a gay male NPC who can be wooed if you're into that. (never tried) There's also a brothel in Nulb (unlocked by 3rd party patch) where you can even engage in a little girl-girl action as part of a quest. The ending is pretty open-ended as you can choose multiple paths. The epilogue is entirely dependent on what actions you choose throughout the adventure. You are free to kill everything in the temple and defeat evil or you can join the temple and act to further evil. Or even somewhere in between. I enjoyed it. You do need a good system to run it well though.
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