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TrumpetNut
12.10.2012 , 10:36 PM | #1
I am making an agent I want to know for ending should I play it by what I feel is right? or to get a Title or Something at end does it require you to do anything? Thanks for the Help!

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iprovoast
12.11.2012 , 12:03 AM | #2
Play it however you want to play it man, there's not right or wrong way to do it.

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chuixupu
12.11.2012 , 02:03 AM | #3
Yeah, definitely do what feels right at the time....I really don't like sticking 100% to light or dark if I want to enjoy my story, though I think I did enjoy light side options *in general* on the agent more than dark.
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Phyreblade
12.12.2012 , 09:41 AM | #4
So I got to the end of my Chapter 1 Agent story last night. My guy has been pretty darkside all the way through to that point, unlike my first agent. Having read enough spoilers, I was prepared for a tough decision at the end of the chapter, so I wasn't completely caught off-guard when it sat there staring me in the face. Still, I was surprised how unwilling I was, to click the darkside option. For my guy, it simply didn't feel right. Bottom line, he wouldn't do that.

So there I was, regardless of the points he incurred, I clicked lightside and watched him battle away. Was kind of gratifying to know he stuck to his own principles in the end. Even if they didn't match up completely with what the game said a darkside fellow is all about.

As I see it, sticking purely to any particular side of the morality coin limits your actual story experience. I play my characters with some idea in mind of who they are, what's important to them, what it is they're fighting for. So when I do reach those points I have to sit back and think about, it invariably comes down to, what would he / she do, rather than, what points will I earn, shrug.
"Why can't things be easy? Just once!"
-- Gaibriel, Sawbones Scoundrel on the Shadowlands Server
Phyreblade, Co-Leader Covenant of the Phoenix