History Videogame / Gothic

7th Feb '16 1:40:57 PM Vox
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* EvilSorcerer: Xardas the {{Necromancer}} is a subversion - he certainly looks and acts like one, but he's one of the good guys (even if he verges on being a WellIntentionedExtremist a bit).
26th Jan '16 11:13:56 PM 43110
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* UnexplainedRecovery - One dialog option when meeting Bloodwyn in ''Night of the Raven'' is to comment that you killed him back in Gothic 1 [[note]]Note that killing an NPC is Gothic 1 meat ''impaling him while he's unconscious''[[/note]] (while never required or even recommended, killing him was common because he's pretty damn evil). His response is that he survived a lot of things.
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* UnexplainedRecovery - One dialog option when meeting Bloodwyn in ''Night of the Raven'' is to comment that you killed him back in Gothic 1 [[note]]Note that killing an NPC is Gothic 1 meat meant ''impaling him while he's unconscious''[[/note]] (while never required or even recommended, killing him was common because he's pretty damn evil). His response is that he survived a lot of things.
11th Sep '15 7:27:24 PM Berrenta
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* ReverseEscortMission: Various {{Escort Mission}}s have [=NPCs=] escort you. When the normal order is the mission, if your NPC partner gets too far away, his character can go crazy trying to find you or may even vanish. For some missions, the tendency of this NPC to vanish accidentally was anticipated and he will appear at the last waypoint, waiting for you.
27th Aug '15 7:41:45 PM Vios
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5th Aug '15 8:42:58 AM Wartom
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Not true at all. This does not happen in the game. Maybe from an unofficial mod or something?
** Well, there is a kinder option - let him join one of the camps with you. He becomes a guard/acolyte, learns to fight, and FINALLY shuts up.
8th Apr '15 1:08:49 PM Reavenator
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* PlotArmor: In Gothic I and II, all plot-important [=NPCs=] have it, none of it in Gothic 3, though.
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* PlotArmor: In Gothic I and II, all plot-important [=NPCs=] have it, are completely immune to damage, none of it in Gothic 3, though.
31st Mar '15 1:22:42 PM Faygris
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* BeefGate - Gothic I and II heavily utilize these to keep you out of certain areas of the game world early on. However, there usually are several different ways to still bypass them and get to most areas, anyway, preserving the open world feel.
2nd Mar '15 7:04:06 AM Vox
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* DarkIsNotEvil - Xardas. In the first game, he can actually teach a PC who has already taken both the Vow of Fire and the Vow of Water to become a Demon Summoner/Black Mage as well. So yes, you can totally be a hero that frequently uses a spell called "Army of Darkness" which summons six undead warriors. Though they will attack/be attacked when you summon them in a public zone.
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* DarkIsNotEvil - Xardas.Xardas, the elderly black-robed necromancer with pale white eyes who lives in a creepy tower and consorts with demons. On paper he looks like the BigBad, but he's actually TheObiWan. In the first game, he can actually teach a PC who has already taken both the Vow of Fire and the Vow of Water to become a Demon Summoner/Black Mage as well. So yes, you can totally be a hero that frequently uses a spell called "Army of Darkness" which summons six undead warriors. Though they will attack/be attacked when you summon them in a public zone. ** At the beginning of Gothic 3 it appears like Xardas might be a subversion, as he seems to have pulled an EvilAllAlong and betrayed you... [[spoiler:except he hasn't, he's playing a long con to banish the gods from the world and put an end to the constant wars and suffering perpetrated in their names.]]

** At the beginning of Gothic 3 it appears like Xardas might be a subversion, as he seems to have pulled an EvilAllAlong and betrayed you... [[spoiler:except he hasn't, he's playing a long con to banish the gods from the world and put an end to the constant wars and suffering perpetrated in their names.]]
2nd Mar '15 7:02:03 AM Vox
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** At the beginning of Gothic 3 it appears like Xardas might be a subversion, as he seems to have pulled an EvilAllAlong and betrayed you... [[spoiler:except he hasn't, he's playing a long con to banish the gods from the world and put an end to the constant wars and suffering perpetrated in their names.]]
19th Feb '15 9:43:21 AM Forenperser
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* TrueCompanions: Diego, Gorn, Milten and Lester, with the Nameless Hero as the HonoraryTrueCompanion.
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