- May 29, 2010
Modern D&D doesn't use zoomer slang either. It's about attitudes. D&D reflected the 20th century libertarian values of Gygax.All those wizards and dragons that rode skateboards and said "don't have a cow, man!", or listened to Elf McHammer.
Yeah, you used to be able to steal characters' underwear and they took it out due to internal rebellion. ESRB details all the objectionable content:I very much doubt there will be rape in the game, not even Larian would go that far.
This is a role-playing game in which players assume the role of an adventurer on a quest to remove an implanted parasite. Players explore dungeons and towns, interact with characters, and complete various quests and missions. In most missions, players engage in turn-based combat against fantastical creatures (e.g., gnolls, orcs, goblins), using swords, axes, and magic spells. Large blood-splatter effects are seen on the ground as enemies are slashed and killed. Players have the ability to kill civilians and non-adversary characters, including chained prisoners in a dungeon. In one sequence, players can remove an exposed brain from a restrained character's skull. The game contains a brief sequence depicting a couple with exposed buttocks and breasts engaging in sexual activity (i.e., a man guiding a character's hand towards his groin)—the camera cuts away to characters' faces. The words “f**k” and “sh*t” are heard in the game.