History VideoGame / DivinityDragonCommander

30th Oct '15 5:51:21 PM FF32
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* SteamPunk: Mixed with a few dashes of ClockPunk and MagiTech for flavor, Rivellon unabashedly parades this aesthetic for all it's worth. And damned if it's not ''cool''.
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* SteamPunk: Mixed with a few dashes of ClockPunk and MagiTech {{Magitek}} for flavor, Rivellon unabashedly parades this aesthetic for all it's worth. And damned if it's not ''cool''.
2nd Aug '15 6:18:14 PM Vios
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18th Mar '15 7:32:49 PM ironballs16
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** The next day's newspaper clarifies it - the airship she was taking to meet your character exploded because [[TooDumbToLive she was playing "hide-and-seek-the-lit-fuse" and lost]].
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** The next day's newspaper clarifies it - Trinculo can be found in the airship Engineering Bay immediately after, and speaks of it. -->'''Trinculo''': O dear, o dear! A ravishing Imp princess was on her way to the Raven, Commander, but she was taking to meet your character exploded because and her chambermaids [[TooDumbToLive she was were playing "hide-and-seek-the-lit-fuse" and lost]].hide-and-seek-the-lit-fuse aboard her transport ship and...]] well... they didn't find it in time. Poor girl. Died a true Imp's death, though - blasted to smithereens, fireworks in the sky. [[BlueAndOrangeMorality I'm happy for her really!]]
15th Mar '15 2:26:45 PM ironballs16
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** It's actually flat-out stated. The airship she was taking to meet your character exploded because [[TooDumbToLive she was playing "hide-and-seek-the-lit-fuse" and lost]].
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** It's actually flat-out stated. The next day's newspaper clarifies it - the airship she was taking to meet your character exploded because [[TooDumbToLive she was playing "hide-and-seek-the-lit-fuse" and lost]].
15th Mar '15 2:26:11 PM ironballs16
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*** WordOfGod is that they did plan for an imp princess but didn't have the budget for her story arc. So they came up with a in-character reason for not having her.
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*** WordOfGod is that they did plan for an imp princess but didn't have the budget for her story arc. So they came up with a sensible, in-character reason for not having her.
15th Mar '15 2:09:57 PM ironballs16
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* {{Fetish}}: If you choose the undead princess, the newspapers will report some people think it's because you have a skeleton fetish.
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* {{Fetish}}: If you choose the undead princess, the newspapers will report some people think it's because you have a skeleton fetish. Edmund is the only one on-board to state that [[ILoveTheDead you're basically practicing necrophilia]].

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* {{Fetish}}: If you choose the undead princess, the newspapers will report some people think it's because you have -->'''Yorrick''': Seven bless your merciful soul, Commander! I don't know what I'd do without my Cuddles! His blood-stained fur, his glimmering white teeth... He's a skeleton fetish.darling, that Fangbear!
15th Mar '15 2:07:22 PM ironballs16
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* FluffyTheTerrible: A possible issue to deal with are domesticated Fangbears - twice as large as regular bears, plus the pack mentality of wolves. Yorrick's is named "Cuddles".
14th Mar '15 3:28:23 AM Kisei
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The game has two primary phases with two genres. The strategy map is where the player determines army movements, building placement, research, and the use of strategic cards in typical TurnBasedStrategy fashion, reminiscent of a ''{{Risk}}'' map. When opposing armies occupy the same territory, the player can let the computer auto-resolve the battle, or opt to take command personally in a RealTimeStrategy engine.
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The game has two primary phases with two genres. The strategy map is where the player determines army movements, building placement, research, and the use of strategic cards in typical TurnBasedStrategy fashion, reminiscent of a ''{{Risk}}'' map. When opposing armies occupy the same territory, the player can let the computer auto-resolve the battle, or opt to take command personally in a RealTimeStrategy engine. engine, with the most notable feature being your ability to [[InstantAwesomeJustAddDragons turn into a dragon and personally partake in the battles.]]
8th Feb '15 11:59:48 PM SandyGunfox
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* LizardFolk: Contrary to the usual depiction, the lizards in your entourage are classy and logical-minded. Your lizard councilperson is by far the most willing to weigh all points of any issue and take the most pragmatic approach, without letting bias get in the way.
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* LizardFolk: Contrary to the usual depiction, the lizards in your entourage are classy and logical-minded. progressive-minded. Your lizard councilperson is by far the most willing to weigh all points of any issue and take the most pragmatic approach, without letting bias get in the way.progressive approach.

** Dwarves: Conservative, support traditional "family values" and often back the military. They also have something of a Libertarian streak, as they oppose most business regulation and have a noted dislike of the taxman.
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** Dwarves: Conservative, support traditional "family values" and often back the military. They also have something of a Libertarian capitalistic streak, as they oppose most business regulation and have a noted dislike of the taxman.

** Lizards: Liberal, strongly back the ideals of personal liberty and freedom, to the point of actually having a fairly democratic society. Their councilor even tells this straight to the Emperor, and actively bemoans his ilk's tendency to curtail the rights of his people for the sake of his own ego. ** Elves: Radical, have views everyone else considers "out there" and tend to propose highly irregular legislation.
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** Lizards: Liberal, strongly back the ideals of personal liberty and freedom, progressive ideology, to the point of actually having a fairly democratic society. Their councilor even tells this straight to the Emperor, and actively bemoans his ilk's tendency to curtail the rights of his people for the sake of his own ego. ego. On the other hand, they're more than willing to pressure others to play along even if their own societies don't want to, such as advocating that all races have referendums on democracy whether they want it or not, and advocating things like smoking bans and limiting reproductive rights for imps. ** Elves: Radical, have views everyone else considers "out there" and tend to propose highly irregular legislation. They also have an environmentalist bent.
30th Nov '14 3:51:35 PM Stepjam
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** The medical unit will sometimes say something along the lines of "[[Series/House Everybody lies]], even those who are dying.
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