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About to finish the Foundry, the tedium is getting to me. Guide me to the fun parts


The Real Fanboy
May 4, 2008
1. Game doesn't respect the player's time. Respawning trash mobs, slow walking speed, inconveniently placed shops, timed merchant stock, lockpicking/hacking progress bars (with shit loot to boot), fetch quests, etc.
Couldn't agree more, it's one of the reasons I love Age of Decadence. As for DC, with your build you won't have problems there at all (I've one shot the main boss before the nerf and without weakening him first) but it's still super tedious, even after new patches.

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