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By Anonymous
#16748176
Kinda sad how this game is forcing you to kill EVERYTHING. I do not remember anything like that in DOS1. Maybe I just have bad memory.
By Anonymous
#16767843
You're not forced to kill everything, dude. Your own bloodlust is your own problem.
By Anonymous
#16801679
It doesn’t you have multiple options for every occurrence in the game and everyone of the npcs
By Anonymous
#16698739
His favorite game is... what?
By Anonymous
#16371119
You can pickpocket the wand back after giving it to Slane (but maybe only as long as he remains in his dragon form).
By Anonymous
#16329344
Slane is not a good guy. He says explicitly he was in love with the Witch and for a small trifle she wielded a purging wand against him. He admits to being in a relationship with that vile necromancer. Kill him and loot. That is the reason you get 6k exp and better loot.
By Anonymous
#16760161
But if you save him, he expresses his wish to save the tormented souls in Fort Joy.
By Anonymous
#16768696
Ah yes, because falling in love and being tricked makes somebody evil. Don't be ****ing stupid.
By Anonymous
#16801521
Have you met Radeka? If you dont go on full "This ***** is evil" alert the second she starts talking then youve really rolled a 1 in perception.
Shes Black Ring aka the club of the cartoonishly evil weirdos who cant go two seconds without being creepy in some way.
By Anonymous
#16323505
tried the deathfog thing today. Slane just walk away like it's nothing... wtf?
By Anonymous
#16298682
drop deadfog under him, turn in the wand, ram 111111111111 get reward fast and press k then boom he dies.

done.
By Anonymous
#16298683
pressed to fast submit, basically u get the turn in exp and the kill experience and both loot.
By Anonymous
#16271548
Literally just kill him by firing shooting him with wands from far distance. Dude died just like that. Easy achievement 10/10
By Anonymous
#16253998
It's a shame that killing him yields significantly better rewards than helping him. Would prefer not having to choose between levelling and gearing my characters or staying true to their personalities in a role-playing game.
By Anonymous
#16341583
It's a meaningful choice, you can choose the easy and ruthless way of seeing everything and everyone as xp, or move on without killing. You don't NEED every single xp point to clear the game.
By Anonymous
#16370427
Slane's a simp tho. He aint entitled to an amazing sword lol
By Anonymous
#16746452
Thats the point of role playing, my man.
By Anonymous
#16795841
I couldn't imagine striving to get every bit of rewards this game has to offer. It's not role playing, it's simply min maxing for the sake of being as leet as possibly can be attained for...fun?
By Anonymous
#16176725
Completing the quest gives you one of the worst rewards I've seen. I mean you save this big dragon from eternal torment and he gives you something you would loot on a simple magister. Also he's too full of himself, aggressive and doesn't help you at all. Kill it! Do it!
By Anonymous
#16192617
But by doing his quest you get the XP and loot from Radeka and her stooges. (You can get tormented souls from the bloody corpses.) And then you can just kill him anyway. Between the Helm of Braccus and the first purging wand you should have more than enough charges to not need his help with shriekers
By Anonymous
#16397459
Fang of the Winter Dragon is one the best swords in the game, its totally worth killing him
By Anonymous
#16153331
I like him too much to kill him and vastly prefer to save him. Y'all are just murderhobos.