Discussion in 'Arcanum Discussion' started by Xiao_Caity, May 21, 2006.
I'll set up a new thread for cameos.
Geoffry and Perrimian had a homo erotic experience...
God, that was incredibly funny. More of that, please.
Well Geoffrey was in some kind of fraternity, he mentions it in the temple of the Derian Ka. Perhaps it had something to do with that.
I always thought Geoffrey was a pain in the ass! Now we know.
*twitch* As the only rabid Perriman fangirl in existance, I am obligated to kick your ass!!
And as I am a great believer in letting the punishment fit the crime, I condemn you to being ass-raped by a pack of horny, hungry, and above all IRRITABLE half-ogres. Enjoy.
You are probably the only Perriman fan, rabid or otherwise.
Geoffrey reigns supreme.
And besides, its simple, Perriman loves Tulla, you can tell that from reading an Unfortunate Affair, but Geoffrey actuall goes off and yells at Simeon Tor if hes in your party when you go to Tulla. They are simply completely opposite, Perriman is the teachers pet and Geoffrey is the school bully.
Plus Perriman probably wasn't allowed to do the whole Derrian Ka fraternity thing that all the cool kids did.
Nice to know I'm not the only one who got that impression of those two.
Geoffrey has probably the coolest personality in the game (next to evil Virgil. Nothing can beat him once he's bad.)
Evil Virgil was overdone, I kept expecting him to tie someone to a railroad and start twitching his moustache, laughing evilly.
Evil Virgil was oddly attractive... but yeah, Geoffrey kicks all kinds of ass. He's so bloody funny.
But I'm still a Perriman fangirl. *pouts*
You can have him, Xiao. He just annoys me.
In the game Perriman wasn't used to his full potential (plot-wise). Perriman could have had excellent character development. He starts off as the naive, arrogant mage who thinks that wizards should be respected by all. Exposed to the real world for the first time he starts to learn that there is more to life than spells and that even non-magickal folk can be worthy of respect.
Then you meet Geoffrey and realise how much better he is, dumping Perriman, leaving him without a true conclusion to his moral lesson.
Odd question - if you're playing an evil character and DON'T wipe out Stillwater, do you still get to kick the shit out of Joachim and get Evil Virgil? (Evil Virgil is fun, dammit.)
Yes you do. I've tested that out, you just have to be definitively evil when Virgil dies.
Cool, so then you kick his ass in that underground place, instead of the bridge?
I'll have to try that, don't get me wrong, Evil Virgil is fun, Geoffrey just kicks his arse twelve ways from Sunday.
EEEEEEEEEEEEExcellent. *insert creepy Tomb-Era Cyberleader voice here*
I must away to slaughter innocents! Bwahahahaha!
You can get the people's ages if you look them up in the character save game editor
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