Consequentially, magic gets a lot more exciting. The first taste of magic you get in BG is the hired killer in Friendly Arm, and he will fuck you up if you're not prepared. Mages will keep being a challenge for some time, then you'll get better at fighting them, start going around thinking you're hot shit, then... Daevorn. My point is, in BG mages feel powerful and exciting, precisely because of low power level and overall scarcity, and in BG2 it gets a lot more mundane because it's so much more commonplaceNo, low level DnD is the best, where you have to be creative with your limited resources instead of relying on nuke spells and OP skills. This is why BG > BG2.
More specifically, they said "cap wil be level 10" before the EA started, then few months later they said " Nevermind. Turns out we are making far more content that we originally predicted so it will be more".
Does anyone knows:
1)How many Acts are there gonna be in this game?
2)How many are playable in the current state?
This game perma-status as EA confuses me by how ahead or how behind things are with a finalized version of it
There are 3 Acts planned for the game.
In the current Early Access, only parts of Act 1 (and not all of it) is playable. I'd estimate 70%- 80% of Act 1 is in the game so far.
That's where you're headed in the game, with several quests ending with "we'll met again in Baldur's Gate" and such. I'd assume act 2 will be set there.Has there been any mention where it will be set? Like in the actual Baldur's Gate city?This, plus allegedly (at least according to Larian) Act 2 is supposed to be by far the meatiest part of the game and dwarf the other two in size.
Holy fuck, what is this outfit I want to play a musician, not a court jester.
off your meds again.
It isn't. I just explained your medical dilemma to Larianshill and you've already gone on a ukropium-fueled rant ITT)) I agree that we shouldn't go on one of your tangents tho, it not being the appropriate thread and all.