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Baldur's Gate Baldur's Cringe 3 compilation thread

Gerrard

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Taking bets how many of those guys have had vasectomies.
 

Chippy

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Steve gets a Kidney but I don't even get a tag.
Because the colour black is all colours combined so it's intrinsically diverse. Oh wait, I got that wrong didn't I.

The interesting thing is that even if all the characters are black, how come they're all so fucking ugly?. Not a single female black hottie in there at all? I think Larian are saying that black women are the most undesirable, ugly women on the planet. They need to check their unconscious bias there.
 

Padzi

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Not really proper cringe, but the number of gay people in the game is... quite significant.
I don't remember there being so many even in BioWare games. I'm not counting the whole team; everyone companion is bi anyway.
But I mean the npcs, both gays and lesbians. Just so many around every corner.
 

Cheesedragon117

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This is funny. I actually have some characters in my fantasy setting, that can often be heard saying things like this. Except, rather than being party members, they're the most black-hearted and viscous villains you could ever have the displeasure of encountering.


Oh, but it's my mores that are skewed, right??
 

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