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Im not giving up yet Kevin!

Kevin listen, serious question. When you get the event with Smith finding Oshnu and choose to ignore his request. Will Oshnu:

a) have random chance to either abandon you or stay with you

b) the event in which he abandonds you triggers at specific time and it won't happen if your Oshnu isn't with you (Oshnu is staying in Smiths room)

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RageLeague    1487
8 hours ago, Rook the Bogger said:

Im not giving up yet Kevin!

Kevin listen, serious question. When you get the event with Smith finding Oshnu and choose to ignore his request. Will Oshnu:

a) have random chance to either abandon you or stay with you

b) the event in which he abandonds you triggers at specific time and it won't happen if your Oshnu isn't with you (Oshnu is staying in Smiths room)

It's a countdown. After some time, you will be prompted to deliver the oshnu to the oshnudrome. If you don't, it will leave. If you do, you get some oshnu related items.

You can stash the oshnu in your room to cancel this quest, though.

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pacovf    915

You can't bring your pet against Vix. At least not if

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you follow him inside the behemoth. Haven't tested what happens if you stay outside. While it's not necessarily illogical, I feel like you should at least be warned about it, if it's intentional. Sal's showdown with Kashio sort of trains us to expect that our pets follow us everywhere.

It would also be nice if there was a still image in the epilogue showing

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the tentacle-thing grabbing the behemoth back into the sea. It feels like a copout to describe it without showing it, especially since there is nothing between that happening and the epilogue starting.

 

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pacovf    915

Something else, both Sal's and Rook's campaign have one last negotiation before the final boss that makes the fight easier if you do well. For Vix, you do have a negotiation or a fight, but it is unclear what effect they have, if any, on the fight afterwards. Kashio has an explicit buff for every relic she has, the Bog Monster has a condition for each article of faith that you leave / remove. Vix has nothing of the sort that lets the player know that their previous actions had an effect on the fight difficulty. 

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31 minutes ago, pacovf said:

Something else, both Sal's and Rook's campaign have one last negotiation before the final boss that makes the fight easier if you do well. For Vix, you do have a negotiation or a fight, but it is unclear what effect they have, if any, on the fight afterwards. Kashio has an explicit buff for every relic she has, the Bog Monster has a condition for each article of faith that you leave / remove. Vix has nothing of the sort that lets the player know that their previous actions had an effect on the fight difficulty. 

On that note, if you just skip the auction, it seems Kashio has none of her relics instead all of them, and gets really easy to take down in combat, which seems not to work as intended. Unless you are a fan of the 80's movie "war games". "What a strange game. The winning move is not to play"

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Something else, both Sal's and Rook's campaign have one last negotiation before the final boss that makes the fight easier if you do well. For Vix, you do have a negotiation or a fight, but it is unclear what effect they have, if any, on the fight afterwards. Kashio has an explicit buff for every relic she has, the Bog Monster has a condition for each article of faith that you leave / remove. Vix has nothing of the sort that lets the player know that their previous actions had an effect on the fight difficulty. 

The only change beetwen fight and negotiation is that in fight Vixmalli lowers your max HP pernamentally, while in negotation he doesn't. Making reconciling with him obvious choice.

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pacovf    915

I assumed the kind of monster he summons changed too, based on testing the experiment, but I could not confirm either way.

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RageLeague    1487
3 hours ago, AuntHerbert said:

On that note, if you just skip the auction, it seems Kashio has none of her relics instead all of them, and gets really easy to take down in combat, which seems not to work as intended. Unless you are a fan of the 80's movie "war games". "What a strange game. The winning move is not to play"

Where did you get that idea?

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