View Full Version : POLL: Most Appealing Kit
Thu, 3rd Aug '00, 1:41am
what kit looks to be the most useful, or which is your favorite:
i really like the Archer, that seems to be the best. of course that is just my opion.
The Fat Egg
Thu, 3rd Aug '00, 3:47am
Thu, 3rd Aug '00, 3:32pm
I like the Cavalier, Archer and the kensai. The Cavalier and Archer just have cool abilities and fighting advantages. How the Cavalier will work is a question without mounts in BG2. The weapon specialist just give a nice new slant to fighter. I really liked Oriential Adventures back in the day. I also like the Berserker but only the one in the Viking handbook not the one in the fighter's handbook. But no Mage kits, that is kind of a shame. I think they would be interesting. What your opinion?
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Fri, 4th Aug '00, 4:36am
yeah, mage kits could be cool, not sure how a kit for a mage would work
Specialists mages in BG2 seem the same as BG and IWD. not sure if those rules listed on the Kit page apply to BG and IWD. like +15% to learn spell within school, -15% when not in school.
Fri, 4th Aug '00, 5:32am
I like the fighter kits because they add some well needed diversity to fighters, who generaly were all alike.
Fri, 18th Aug '00, 7:09am
yep, i like the fighter kits too, and maybe also the paladin kits.
Sat, 19th Aug '00, 6:29am
Ah, kits. I can't wait to play BGII with one of those interesting kits! Frankly, I can't see why anyone would import their BGI character when all these interesting role-playing options are available.
Having decided that I will definitely play a kit character with it, I'm torn on which kit. After reading all the descriptions, I've narrowed it down to the fab four: archer, shapeshifter, kensai, skald. I've never played either a druid or a bard as my main character before, so I'll probably to with shapeshifter or skald.
I'd like to hope I could play them all eventually, but from what I'm reading about the size of the game (friggin' huge), it sounds like once you've decided on a character, you'll be stuck with it for a loooooong time. This, of course, makes the decision even that much more difficult.
Sat, 19th Aug '00, 3:33pm
Well, This season's Rangers kit is nice, Italy have a great design, Liverpool's is sh** as usual, and Chelsea haven't changed it.
Sun, 20th Aug '00, 4:19am
Ya know, it seems like every post hooligan_inc puts up is more about footy than about RPGs. Now, I'm a fan myself (Arsenal, and proud of it!), so this has been relatively amusing so far. But it's really starting to get a little dry. You can't tell me there aren't about a zillion internet posterboards devoted to your favorite topic where the other participants might actually give a damn.
Hat's off, though, for the "Rangers" pun. I vaguely recall hearing about some minor league basketball team called the Paladins once. And of course, let's not forget the noble and storied history of the Kansas City Wizards!
Sun, 20th Aug '00, 2:13pm
Yeah, hooligan_inc is an idiot.
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Thu, 24th Aug '00, 5:45am
Cantona?! I knew that was you hiding behind that witty username! I don't know what the FA would do without you (not to mention Keller).
Wed, 30th Aug '00, 7:54pm
I think I'll be a Barbarian, a Wizardslayer or a cavalier.
-Cavaliers are esspecialy usefull against the nasty dragons we'll encounter and the even nastier (If at all possible!) vampires!
(If those are under "demonic creatures)
-A Wizardslayer will be extremely usefull against the wizards (duh) and the djinni's and dragons and all spell-using creatures.
-The Barbarian (Esspecialy the half-orc variant!) will be extremely powerful against probably anyone,
but no one in particular, but they can kick serious butts, just keep 'em in mind...!
Wed, 6th Sep '00, 9:05pm
Wizardslayer sounds cool