Me: *seeing that picture* D: ... *runs to friend* WHAT HAVE YOU DOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOONE Q_Q!?!!??!! *sink to the knees - dramatically* Friend: ... what ._.? Me: *shows him the picture* Friend: What have I doooooooooone D: ?!?!?
Yeah, that was some dramatical scene between me and my friend.
I wish Hawke had a charity fund or something to spare money for the relatives of all the creatures killed during those epic quests. I'm serious, Hawke's killing abilities probably lead to extermination of whole species and catastrophic demographic crisis.
now i feel sorry for the mudcrab thief... it had a dagger, two lockpicks, and 15g, i would have spared its life but he tried to pounce me 10 times for pathetic damage, and i normally cast inferno aiming to the ground to kill everything in a 15 ft radius, it was the crab and a bandit... and the bandit had to die, because he had epic equipment and i wanted it
i cant feel sorry for spiders at dragon age... the only thing i grab from them is the poison, still this one made me sad
then i killed the wolf gourmet (it had a silver spoon and a wooden fork), and the minotaur wine appraiser (it had a bottle of tamika west weald wine (the finest one) and a silver cup), i find monsters with strange hobbies in the elder scrolls just like you find them in dragon age (still working on going trough DA1, origins/awakening/and all stuff added like the fortress of the greywardens before trying DA2:the straightforward linear game :3), well, gotta make mudcrabs tougher with a mod, or else i'll end extinguishing their poor species n.nU
Make them friendly and rideable. I'd play that mod.
Yeah, last time my partner was playing Oblivion (aaages ago now) she was going through the starting sewers. This was after making this comic, the wound was still fresh. I told her not to kill the mudcrabs however she killed one anyway just to annoy me. It had a few gold on its corpse. I told her "Now look what you've done. You've just ruined the family of that poor mudcrab". "What?" she said. "That mudcrab was here for a reason. His grandmother is sick and he was sent into the sewers to buy a health potion for her, as you know mudcrabs don't get served above ground however down here they can make deals with the bandits and other underworld denizens". She didn't believe me a kept playing, until I heard her give a little cry of pain and she turned off the game. She had encountered a bandit. The bandit was carrying a health potion.