Tacticular Cancer: We'll have your balls

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Evil path and ending

Discussion in 'Prelude To Darkness' started by opium fiend, Oct 31, 2007.

  1. opium fiendgender: ⚧ Augur

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    Just noticed about this game and it seems very promising (and very free), so I'll give it a try. Browsing the forum I gathered that you can be very evil all the way to the end, when the game forces you to do the right thing anyway. I'm still interested in trying it, so, for anybody who tried the evil route, how is it implemented? GIVE ME MONEY or something more creative and deep?
     
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  2. mondblutgender: ⚧ Prestigious Gentleman Arcane

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    It's not "evil" per se. As you infiltrate into the rebellion and keep discovering its disturbing background, you are asked to do more and more questionable things against the government, up to the point of betraying it altogether. But you're in for a nasty surprise if you don't stop and think about it before it's too late. :(
     
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