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Can women have more then one choice with OGR please?

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Can women have more then one choice with OGR please?

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Tfranco
12.08.2012 , 08:41 AM | #41
Quote: Originally Posted by DarthRamette View Post
After playing through 4 classes, all Imperial I must say, the choices for women when it comes to romances just sucks. You basically have one choice and that's it, at least guys get two most times.

Quinn- The only romance I enjoyed
Pierce- Only a one night stand option

Torian- He is like a little brother
Gault- Um no and not an option
Skadge- Even more no and not an option

Andronkis- Option but the only one
Talos- Cute and I would romance him if given the option

Vetor- Nice guy but a bug boy and only option
Dr. Lokin- not an option and no

If you are going to implement more romance options please give us women more people to romance. The current choices suck and the limited number us women get is lame.
Just to give the devils advocate:

Jaesa - ok
Vette- awesome choice

Temple - a little agent trainee, kinda boring
Kaliyo -
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Ashara - prissy little light side twerp

Mako - ok

Only 2 classes have 2 options and
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I think they did relatively well with the romance options.

Oh here is republic fem choices

Aric - well if your a cat lady

Corso - best female option in game, IMO for romance.

Doc - idk don't have fem jk yet

Iresso - ok
Tharan - just flirting

And male

Kira - kinda fun and funny

Nadia - idk don't have a male consular

Dorne - BOOOORRRRIIIINNNGGGG

Risha - idk no male smug
The Zabrak thing - idk no male smug

Generally it's one choice, but your right males have 3 classes with 2 options for romance. But I don't see it as a big deal, if anything it means more work for me! Now I need ANOTHER male agent, male warrior, and 2 male snugs to be content...only need 1 of each fem choice.
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MishaCantu
12.08.2012 , 10:49 AM | #42
Romance choices don't bother me as much as the fact that except for 4 stinking letters they stop caring. A random gift or letter after the honeymoon would have been a nice touch. Or even a random, 'baby, you still got it' when clicking on the chat option would be super. If romances are predetermined, why not phase that in once in a while?

I see divorces in the future.

Oh and Zenith had me with Hello, he has the sexiest voice.
Demons run when a good man goes to war.

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amnie
12.08.2012 , 06:59 PM | #43
Quote: Originally Posted by MishaCantu View Post
Romance choices don't bother me as much as the fact that except for 4 stinking letters they stop caring. A random gift or letter after the honeymoon would have been a nice touch. Or even a random, 'baby, you still got it' when clicking on the chat option would be super. If romances are predetermined, why not phase that in once in a while?

I see divorces in the future.

Oh and Zenith had me with Hello, he has the sexiest voice.
I sincerely hope that this is just because of the current lvl cap and the romance will 'continue' once the actual story goes on and you can advance in their 'liking' too (though I guess this isn't 100% needed, if it's triggered by advancing in the class story)

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Darth_Rathus
12.08.2012 , 07:10 PM | #44
There's no such thing as "OGR". It's just "romance". That is the norm.

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Norke
12.08.2012 , 08:45 PM | #45
Quote: Originally Posted by Darth_Rathus View Post
There's no such thing as "OGR". It's just "romance". That is the norm.
At the risk of getting you riled up, I'd love to hear your definition of norm!
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ziphii
12.13.2012 , 03:08 PM | #46
Quote: Originally Posted by MoobooMagoo View Post
I don't know about other people, but when I play a game I like to imagine a personality for my character and decide how a person with that personality would react to different situations, including romantic ones.

I guess that is role playing in a way. It is similar to how I get into character when performing in a play, albeit to a lesser extent.
I guess I could kind of see that, if the romance is between your imaginary character, and your imaginary companion. It just seems weird to me, what with the canned responses and the fact that it's not a person, it's a program. It's like the matrix!