- Aug 27, 2008
I do hope you're planning to move on from ragging on the silly quests though. Devoting TWO Let's Play to it is stretching the joke as it is.
Ahh, but clearly the questgiver has a HUGE secret crush on Wandering Around Guy. I can imagine the text of this letter:pffh said:It could be worse in darkshire a guy asks you to deliver a letter for him. He's standing outside a house, like right at the open door. To whom does he want you to deliver the letter you ask? TO THE GUY THAT WALKS IN AND OUT OF THE HOUSE AND SOMETIMES STOPS FOR A CHAT WITH THE QUESTGIVER.nekoali said:Heh.. it could be worse. In one quest for the Dwarves you are asked to go fetch a book from a dwarf in the library... Asked by another dwarf STANDING RIGHT NEXT TO HIM. Within arm's reach.
The best I can figure they had an argument and this was one of those 'I'm not talking to HIM snit, but you tell him...' snits.
Because neither side is good or bad they are both shades of grey. Besides if you were a human would you want to side with the guys that you and your family has fought several great wars with and from your perspective slaughtered thousands of innocent people?Nerf Ninja said:I never did get why you couldn't be human and on the side of the horde, it's not like all humans are nice people. I mean, look at Arthas.
Yeah, but a real demon would never reveal his real name anyway. Although, presumably he'd have to know at least part of it to have summoned him in the first place. Isn't that the rules?Galad said:I loved the conversation revolving around the demon's name
Yeah news flash there is no storylines, none, nadda, zip, zero. It is all repetitive moronic quests which if asked to do by a real person they would ignore you and call you a lazy, manipulative, crackpot. Not to mention the fact that NPC's killed always manage to come back to life as if you did not gank them a few moments ago. Yeah the only storelines in MMO's are fan created or specifically engineered events in the higher levels and some of those are repeatable on other characters.Rensenhito said:Heheh. The thing I love about Let's Play is that it points out the complete nonsense that comprises most MMO "storylines."
While I should note that this knowledge comes in spite of having never played the Pen and Paper game (in spite of owning several of the necessary tomes), in D&D you need not know the specific name of a demon in order to summon a demon. The name itself gives the one doing the summoning a greater degree of power in the ensuing negotiation and further grants the summoner the ability to summon a particular demon. Otherwise, you just summon a random demon from a given tier of the Demon social structure.Miral said: