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Underrail: The Incline Awakens

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I still don't know what's going on with the compound lore-wise, but i thank these brave men for providing me the loot and funds for my Devastator jet ski. They will not be forgotten.
 

Mauman

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The moment when you realize
that you helped the eldritch abominations by wiping out the forces that fight them for loot

:troll:
 

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This game is actually very good, in fact it may be the last award-worthy game that was ever made. With that said, if I ever see the guy who made this, I will smash all his fingers with a hammer until they're just limp, fleshy noodles for the amount of aggravation he put me through.
 

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I would change how the inventory things work tho I meet a merchant with a pig that carried his stuff, maybe we should get a traveling piggy to

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al fabet ovah here
Game encourages exploration and looking for things with oddity XP system so that's what I'm doing, leaving things on the floor feels just weird.
you have a comfy room at SGS though

later in the game you'll get to have a very nice house
 

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This game is actually very good, in fact it may be the last award-worthy game that was ever made. With that said, if I ever see the guy who made this, I will smash all his fingers with a hammer until they're just limp, fleshy noodles for the amount of aggravation he put me through.
About the same can be said about Pierre Begue and KotC 2 - in combatfag subgenre. Except in this case some would choose to steal all his tasty roots and leave him starving.
 

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I always store my shit in my SGS room locker. After I get the house I just put everything into that box they've moved my items from SGS in like a squalor-core goblin I am.
 

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I always store my shit in my SGS room locker. After I get the house I just put everything into that box they've moved my items from SGS in like a squalor-core goblin I am.
That was a great QOL addition, in older versions you had to drag all that shit yourself
 

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I always store my shit in my SGS room locker. After I get the house I just put everything into that box they've moved my items from SGS in like a squalor-core goblin I am.
That was a great QOL addition, in older versions you had to drag all that shit yourself
I really, REALLY wish there was some sort of permanent container right next to the crate (could be a garbage can for all I care) in the event I decide to move things down to the basement and I accidentally hit "take all".

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Which seems to be every time I do that. :negative:
 

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I butchered the entirety of Core City before doing Heavy Duty. So me and Gunslinger are standing at an empty bar with the bartender ghost serving us drinks. Quite a vibe.

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I butchered the entirety of Core City before doing Heavy Duty. So me and Gunslinger are standing at an empty bar with the bartender ghost serving us drinks. Quite a vibe.

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...why though...
 

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I butchered the entirety of Core City before doing Heavy Duty. So me and Gunslinger are standing at an empty bar with the bartender ghost serving us drinks. Quite a vibe.

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...why though...
I decided to do a genocide run to see how the game will react.

Here is one of the results...
Did you do Phreaks questline so you could get access to the underground facility? If not, i think there's a risk of softblocking the game
 

Jacov

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I butchered the entirety of Core City before doing Heavy Duty. So me and Gunslinger are standing at an empty bar with the bartender ghost serving us drinks. Quite a vibe.

wKW6wGt.png
...why though...
I decided to do a genocide run to see how the game will react.

Here is one of the results...
Did you do Phreaks questline so you could get access to the underground facility? If not, i think there's a risk of softblocking the game
I already did all possible quests and Expedition prior to that. Only thing left is Deep Caverns.
 

CHEMS

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I butchered the entirety of Core City before doing Heavy Duty. So me and Gunslinger are standing at an empty bar with the bartender ghost serving us drinks. Quite a vibe.

wKW6wGt.png
...why though...
I decided to do a genocide run to see how the game will react.

Here is one of the results...
Did you do Phreaks questline so you could get access to the underground facility? If not, i think there's a risk of softblocking the game
I already did all possible quests and Expedition prior to that. Only thing left is Deep Caverns.
Did you massacre SGS? I always wondered how the end game would play out with them dead or hostile
 

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I enjoyed doing genocide runs in Arcanum

There was that glitch with reflection shield that allowed you to have infinite mind controled NPCs, i had an entire army of slaves inside Bates Mansion lol
 

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Thoughts after finishing Heavy Duty.

New guns are cool, I guess? LMGs are fun. Miniguns seem mostly the same but their feats look kind of underwhelming. Yet to try grenade launchers. Next playthrough will make something like a Versatile pistols + GLs build.
Fusion Cannon is absolutely OP and I love it.
The Compound is meh. Just a dungeon with infinetely respawning enemies. It was not fun. But at least it was over before I got completely bored of it. The tin can LMG build I made is stupidly strong, so I didn't have much trouble taking one group of exosoldiers at a time on DOM.

Wish it had more story focus on Buck Nimble and Gunslinger and more though out setpieces instead of just key hunting and combat encounters with the same enemies over and over again. I realize it would probably be too much to ask, but then again they are charging money for it.

I bought it day one because I'm a big fan of the game and wanted to support Styg an Co. But if I were just an average gamer, I wouldn't buy it tbh.
I butchered the entirety of Core City before doing Heavy Duty. So me and Gunslinger are standing at an empty bar with the bartender ghost serving us drinks. Quite a vibe.

wKW6wGt.png
...why though...
I decided to do a genocide run to see how the game will react.

Here is one of the results...
Did you do Phreaks questline so you could get access to the underground facility? If not, i think there's a risk of softblocking the game
I already did all possible quests and Expedition prior to that. Only thing left is Deep Caverns.
Did you massacre SGS? I always wondered how the end game would play out with them dead or hostile
Not yet. But I'm planning to turn all of the Underrail into a ghost town before descending into DC.
 

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