History Headscratchers / ADanceWithRogues

22nd Aug '16 5:26:34 AM Dagroth
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* During the "Mayor's Mansion" quest, the Princess has to initially sneak around naked (she was posing as a strip dancer slash prostitute to get in), and at most in a skimpy dress of another dancer (if she nicks it from one of the rooms). So, where does she hide all the other stuff she stole (including a statuette she came there for, and possibly a bunch of quite large weapons, an armor, and some other clothes), and (if leaving openly through the front door), how come nobody thought to search her, as they did when she was entering?
16th Jul '16 7:58:01 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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** The Dhorn are either very dedicated to their ''modus operandi'' in conquered countries and just want to finish what they started or are DangerouslyGenreSavvy and therefore know that there is nothing more dangerous to a growing empire than a RagtagBunchOfMisfits led by the LastOfHerKind.

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** The Dhorn are either very dedicated to their ''modus operandi'' in conquered countries and just want to finish what they started or are DangerouslyGenreSavvy and therefore know that there is nothing more dangerous to a growing empire than a RagtagBunchOfMisfits led by the LastOfHerKind.
6th Apr '15 12:21:12 AM Gogmagog
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*Arto's obsession with The Princess is very odd. Marrying her would really give him nothing due to a number of reasons. 1.The Dhorn have been very set on killing the noble family due to the possible reasons listed above so allowing her to live as his wife would be unlikely. 2. Marrying nobles is done for access to power,lands,wealth, titles and other goodies, the Princess has none of these due to having everything taken by the Dhorn leaving her with just the clothes on her back. Marrying a Dhorn noble will let Arto have access to these things.
17th Dec '14 6:42:29 AM Koveras
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** The Dhorn are either very dedicated to their ''modus operandi'' in conquered countries and just want to finish what they started or are DangerouslyGenreSavvy and therefore know that there is nothing more dangerous to a growing empire than a RagtagBunchOfMisfits led by a SoleSurvivor.

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** The Dhorn are either very dedicated to their ''modus operandi'' in conquered countries and just want to finish what they started or are DangerouslyGenreSavvy and therefore know that there is nothing more dangerous to a growing empire than a RagtagBunchOfMisfits led by a SoleSurvivor.the LastOfHerKind.
17th Dec '14 6:41:48 AM Koveras
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** BellissariosMaxim. It is still part of a fantasy world where demons can control anyone because of true names. The Princess' pregnancy wasn't depicted as in its mid or late trimesters ala {{Film/Juno}}, so it could be just as an easy miscarriage as the cliche'd bleeding down the leg.
* So... just why ARE the Dhorn so ridiculously persistent in hunting the PC like an animal? They're so immensely powerful, there's next to zero possibility the PC could ever pose any real threat to them. It's made dazzlingly clear time and again that everyone is either too infatuated with the Dhorn's wealth, or is simply too terrified of them to dare do anything that might even ''potentially'' cross them; it's extraordinarily unlikely anyone would ever raise a rebellion for her. Arto shouldn't need to marry the Princess just to pacify the people of Betancuria either, since almost every man who was capable of fighting is dead. This is also why I feel a lot of doubt with the Delberg ending; literally everyone in Delberg besides the Earl is dead, where and how the heck are the PC and her comrades going to get an army that would willingly fight the Dhorn, and even stand a chance against them? After all, they slaughtered every single, solitary, last warrior in Betancuria with zero effort.

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** BellissariosMaxim.BellisariosMaxim. It is still part of a fantasy world where demons can control anyone because of true names. The Princess' pregnancy wasn't depicted as in its mid or late trimesters ala {{Film/Juno}}, so it could be just as an easy miscarriage as the cliche'd bleeding down the leg.
* So... just why ARE the Dhorn so ridiculously persistent in hunting the PC like an animal? They're so immensely powerful, there's next to zero possibility the PC could ever pose any real threat to them. It's made dazzlingly clear time and again that everyone is either too infatuated with the Dhorn's wealth, or is simply too terrified of them to dare do anything that might even ''potentially'' cross them; it's extraordinarily unlikely anyone would ever raise a rebellion for her. Arto shouldn't need to marry the Princess just to pacify the people of Betancuria either, since almost every man who was capable of fighting is dead. This is also why I feel a lot of doubt with the Delberg ending; literally everyone in Delberg besides the Earl is dead, where and how the heck are the PC and her comrades going to get an army that would willingly fight the Dhorn, and even stand a chance against them? After all, they slaughtered every single, solitary, last warrior in Betancuria with zero effort.effort.
** The Dhorn are either very dedicated to their ''modus operandi'' in conquered countries and just want to finish what they started or are DangerouslyGenreSavvy and therefore know that there is nothing more dangerous to a growing empire than a RagtagBunchOfMisfits led by a SoleSurvivor.
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21st May '14 6:03:00 PM Heart
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** BellissariosMaxim. It is still part of a fantasy world where demons can control anyone because of true names. The Princess' pregnancy wasn't depicted as in its mid or late trimesters ala {{Film/Juno}}, so it could be just as an easy miscarriage as the cliche'd bleeding down the leg.

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** BellissariosMaxim. It is still part of a fantasy world where demons can control anyone because of true names. The Princess' pregnancy wasn't depicted as in its mid or late trimesters ala {{Film/Juno}}, so it could be just as an easy miscarriage as the cliche'd bleeding down the leg.leg.
* So... just why ARE the Dhorn so ridiculously persistent in hunting the PC like an animal? They're so immensely powerful, there's next to zero possibility the PC could ever pose any real threat to them. It's made dazzlingly clear time and again that everyone is either too infatuated with the Dhorn's wealth, or is simply too terrified of them to dare do anything that might even ''potentially'' cross them; it's extraordinarily unlikely anyone would ever raise a rebellion for her. Arto shouldn't need to marry the Princess just to pacify the people of Betancuria either, since almost every man who was capable of fighting is dead. This is also why I feel a lot of doubt with the Delberg ending; literally everyone in Delberg besides the Earl is dead, where and how the heck are the PC and her comrades going to get an army that would willingly fight the Dhorn, and even stand a chance against them? After all, they slaughtered every single, solitary, last warrior in Betancuria with zero effort.
16th Jun '13 8:47:29 AM Psychopompos007
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*** Abortions were possible in the past, but with special potions, not with MacGyvering surgery. There is a line of dialog with references that (in one of the occasions the Princess tells someone about Vico's rape).

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*** Abortions were possible in the past, but with special potions, not with MacGyvering surgery. There is a line of dialog with references that (in one of the occasions the Princess tells someone about Vico's rape). Also, it isn't supposed to be set in our 14th century. The year "1378" appearing inside the module's data is the default date inside the toolset, it just means that the modder didn't change this specific data.
4th Jul '12 5:19:11 AM Psychopompos007
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*** Abortions were possible in the past, but with special potions, not with McGyvering surgery. There is a line of dialog with references that (in one of the occasions the Princess tells someone about Vico's rape).

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*** Abortions were possible in the past, but with special potions, not with McGyvering MacGyvering surgery. There is a line of dialog with references that (in one of the occasions the Princess tells someone about Vico's rape).
4th Jul '12 5:17:41 AM Psychopompos007
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*** Abortions were possible in the past, but with special potions, not with McGyvering surgery. There is a line of dialog with references that (in one of the occasions the Princess tells someone about Vico's rape).
7th Apr '12 10:16:44 PM Shadi_Potter
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** But it's the 14th century... how could they even know she was pregnant? And how could they tear it out of her uterus without killing her or causing so much damage that she'd be sterile forever? And how the hey did the freaky surgery with stitching her hymen back up work? Again, this is the 14th century... that kind of stretches my willing suspension of disbelief. Mind you, there is such a surgical procedure in RealLife, but it wasn't available until the 20th century. And it's pretty pointless and ridiculous anyway, because the stitching usually just falls apart in a matter of hours.

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** But it's the 14th century... how could they even know she was pregnant? And how could they tear it out of her uterus without killing her or causing so much damage that she'd be sterile forever? And how the hey did the freaky surgery with stitching her hymen back up work? Again, this is the 14th century... that kind of stretches my willing suspension of disbelief. Mind you, there is such a surgical procedure in RealLife, but it wasn't available until the 20th century. And it's pretty pointless and ridiculous anyway, because the stitching usually just falls apart in a matter of hours.hours.
** BellissariosMaxim. It is still part of a fantasy world where demons can control anyone because of true names. The Princess' pregnancy wasn't depicted as in its mid or late trimesters ala {{Film/Juno}}, so it could be just as an easy miscarriage as the cliche'd bleeding down the leg.
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