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By Anonymous
#15883243
What does that mean "receives no companion"?
By Anonymous
#15884456
You are alone
By Anonymous
#15886181
You can have a party of 4 (2 companions) picking the lone wolf talent reduces the number of companions you can have with 1 per character with lone wolf.
By Anonymous
#15885905
"Additionally, you don't get double action points and health, so your party overall has less HP and actions." Why? Only for making a challenge? Or there is resoanable cause, corresponding to the lore?
By Anonymous
#15942525
Probably a balancing issue. The premise seems to be to make a single character worth two. If you had 2 characters worth 175% each, 75% of a full party, and then added two regular characters, you instantly break the balance; 5.5 characters, essentially, in a scenario geared for 4.
By Anonymous
#15941882
What does that mean "receives no companion"?
- If one of your main characters is a lone wolf, your active party is limited to 3 characters (you can recruit as much companions/mercenaries as you want, but you can only have one of them in your party at a time)
- If both your main characters are lone wolves, you can't recruit anyone (not even to stay in the Pantheon and act as a mule)
By Anonymous
#16004611
"Why? Only for making a challenge? Or there is resoanable cause, corresponding to the lore?"
WELL IF YOU HAVE LESS CHARACTERS IN YOUR PARTY OF COURSE YOU GET LESS HEALTH, its not making any characters weaker you just get to have less of them in combat

I thought that would be SUPER OBVIOUS from the fact that the perk is about getting extra stuff FOR GIVING UP THE ABILITY TO HAVE MORE CHARACTERS IN YOUR PARTY
By Anonymous
#16060989
When someone asks a question, it is because they don't understand it. DUH I THINK THAT WOULD BE OBVIOUS. Trolls belong under bridges, not on message boards getting angry at people for asking a question about a game we all enjoy.
By Anonymous
#16020761
The description really makes no sense in DOSEE considering you have two main characters that you play at the same time. Is the other considered a companion? Is the other's companion considered a companion for the first one? Really poor description in the context that players are given.