Hello there! Most of you probably don't know me, but I bet some do I used to lurk in this forum some 7 years ago Anyway, the fact that I've stopped lurking here didn't mean I've stopped playing Arcanum, over and over again. I decided to come here and share my latest Game experience with you since it's been quite an interesting game... Anyway, here are the general details of the Character: A persuasive, evil, mage, Gnome. That's right. What made this game extra interesting was the fact that I followed the good path but had evil alignment. That was accomplished by the fact that up to Ashbury I've maintained a rather neutral position, doing some evil quests and some good quests. The fact I had high persuasion allowed me to choose an alignment rather late in the game - for example I got into the mansion of Bates by simply convincing the guard to let me in. So when I got to Ashbury I had something around 10 Good alignment, and my followers at this point were Virgil, Mead mug and the Dog. Up to this point all went according to the good path. I decided that getting Torian Kel would be a good idea, and I like his story so hearing it again is another bonus ("and so we stood... 10,000 strong..." AWESOME.). Purchasing a Dark Helm from a gypsy gave me negative alignment and allowed me to take the quest of Torian kel and eventually Torian himself. In any case, everything continued by the Good path, even though my Alignment somehow got lower and lower with time and eventually reached -100. Currently I'm at the very end of the game, just before entering the void. Now to the strange highlights: 1. Virgil did not leave even though I had followed the Good path, and Joachim didn't go berserk on us when we got to Caladon soon after. 2. Nasrudin said i'm too Evil to complete the quest, so I had to choose between good and evil - whether to kill the Bagorath or to just leave. I chose to kill it which left me with -70 Evil alignment -> apparently that's not "evil" and Nasrudin was more than happy to instruct me on how to get the device . After I'll finish the game with this choice, I plan to go back to the Save game before the choice, in order to test out what happens if I simply don't continue the talk with him. Considering K'an Hua was not present at any part of the game, the outcome of not doing the Bagorath quest for Nasrudin could be quite amusing (I assume the computer will blow up). 3. My party now consists of the following: Virgil (Evil), Sogg Mead Mug, Torian Kel, Waromon, Raven, Z'an A'lurin and the Dog. (20 CH, yeah baby...) -> this is weird cause Raven shouldn't really fit with this band and this path of alignment . 4. All the game the quests and NPCs were fitting themselves according to different paths, so what turned out is a game which consists of both the Good and the Evil paths, which was very strange. Sorry for making this so long Would love to hear your thoughts on this tale!