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Psycho Nalia

Discussion in 'BG2: Throne of Bhaal (Classic)' started by Silverstar, Jul 14, 2012.

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    In my recent game, Copper Coronet had some additional minor guards, lvl2 fighter thug guys in smelly hide armors and all. When I was fighting them, the whole Copper Coronet staff went hostile (I did not hurt any others with a spell or such) including bystanders like the woman-selling Madam, the hag shouting for his Rumar, Rumar and his lass, the commoners and serving wenches and everybody went red-circled and started running around. Not wanting to suffer a massive rep hit, I decided to ignore them, but Nalia was still there waiting in her usual place, I have turned down her offer so she was a neutral NPC. Upon seeing all the enemies around her, she grabbed her shortsword and went..completely psycho.

    It was kinda scary, actually, to watch berserk Nalia chasing serving wenches and commoners with her short sword, yelling 'for the needy!' all the time. Only the angry hag put a fight with her dagger but was killed by a critical from Nalia. Other poor, weaponless commoners were all running around screaming and begging. And Nalia eventually caught'em and filled their guts with cold steel mercilessly. Even those immobile commoners sitting in the tables were not spared. She casually strolled to them and slitted their throats one by one. Gee, Nalia, Chaotic Evil much?

    I guess some mod or other added these new guards in smelly hide armors but something is wrong with their shout-scripts and all. Also I suffered an annoying slow down in this area. I guess some scripts were firing all around wrongly, causing every commoner to go hostile and dropping my frame rate.

    The slaver quest were still doable, Hendak was rescued and he did not so much as comment on Nalia casually slaughtering innocent people in the bar. The poor guys sit there on their tables, dead and cold as stone, lifeless heads dangling from their slit throats, and Hendak went on as if nothing was wrong. Nalia was unfazed too, going on with her 'is anyone willing to help me? anyone? You know what happens if you don't help me. They refused to help me. Once. Hehehehe. hahahaha.'

    Any ideas as to reason of this strange behaviour is welcome :D
     
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    I think the end of the world is neigh...
     
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