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Quest Dwarves & Doguns: Be A Bit More Subtle, Maybe?

Discussion in 'Feedback' started by JuicedBananas, Aug 12, 2019.

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  1. JuicedBananas

    JuicedBananas Famous Adventurer HERO

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    The fact that the Dogun war was based on lies to genocide the Dogun population is apparently a big secret only a few NPCs know about. Half the discoveries in Molten Heights mentioning the fact that it was a genocide sorta ruins the subtlety.

    Additionally, Axelus showing up as soon as the play in Part I ends and telling the player it's a bunch of lies is introducing the idea too early. It would be better to save his initial appearance until the festival to make it feel more like a twist. This makes the start of the quest play out as "Learn the story of the Dogun war, then later on learn that it might not be true" rather than the current feeling of "Watch a story and immediately be told what you just saw was all fake." Simply removing his line from the play and leaving everything else as-is would work fine for this.

    As it is right now the player is left to wonder how anyone could've believed that the war was justified, since every source in the game seems to know it's a genocide. The quest would feel much more impactful if it actually upturned what you thought you knew about the Dwarves up until then.

    The vore at the end was 10/10
     
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