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On the Morality of Soul Eating (Spoilers) 1 month 2 weeks ago #13

Ya morals dont apply to little blips on a screen lol

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On the Morality of Soul Eating (Spoilers) 1 month 2 weeks ago #14

It could have been a good room for a Puzzle / Combat room. Either feed him the souls or fight him.

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On the Morality of Soul Eating (Spoilers) 1 month 2 weeks ago #15

This is genius! I love this idea.
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On the Morality of Soul Eating (Spoilers) 1 month 2 weeks ago #16

I agree. I would have loved to fight as often as possible. Paladin's don't feed souls to evil demons, even ones in our own subconscious.
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On the Morality of Soul Eating (Spoilers) 1 month 2 weeks ago #17

You could even do both:

Feeding souls could harm the monster - so you could have a really tough fight (no feeding), a medium fight (some feed, some slide), and an non-fight (all feed).

I was mainly curious if there was an Easter egg anyone found - in the Lair of the Sea Witch it turned out that the Pearl of Great Price was the krakens egg - the Druid could talk to the kraken and learn this, and just give it the Pearl to avoid the fight.

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On the Morality of Soul Eating (Spoilers) 1 month 2 weeks ago #18

Interestingly, in one of my runs on E3, our paladin made a pretty good case that letting something harvest the souls (whether evil or not) was horribly evil and challenged the robed figure to battle. Unfortunately, it appears that wasn't an option for the room but definitely seems like it should have been.

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On the Morality of Soul Eating (Spoilers) 1 month 2 weeks ago #19

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Nick S wrote: Ya morals dont apply to little blips on a screen lol


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Endgame wrote: It could have been a good room for a Puzzle / Combat room. Either feed him the souls or fight him.

LadyHawke wrote: This is genius! I love this idea.


So plus +1
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On the Morality of Soul Eating (Spoilers) 1 month 2 weeks ago #21

In gaming you get opportunities that you don't in real life. This was one of the times. No biggie.

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On the Morality of Soul Eating (Spoilers) 1 month 2 weeks ago #22

Fred K wrote: Interestingly, in one of my runs on E3, our paladin made a pretty good case that letting something harvest the souls (whether evil or not) was horribly evil and challenged the robed figure to battle.


Call me a bad boy for reading this thread because I won’t play this adventure until GHC.

The premise of this puzzle does sound like it has a high ick factor, clever as it might be. I’d rather just take the push than feed souls to demons. I know, pretend souls, pretend demons. Luckily it’s pretend damage, too.

Sounds like the sort of thing that gets turned into a Chick tract.
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On the Morality of Soul Eating (Spoilers) 1 month 2 weeks ago #23

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Brad Mortensen wrote:

Fred K wrote: Interestingly, in one of my runs on E3, our paladin made a pretty good case that letting something harvest the souls (whether evil or not) was horribly evil and challenged the robed figure to battle.


Call me a bad boy for reading this thread because I won’t play this adventure until GHC.

The premise of this puzzle does sound like it has a high ick factor, clever as it might be. I’d rather just take the push than feed souls to demons. I know, pretend souls, pretend demons. Luckily it’s pretend damage, too.

Sounds like the sort of thing that gets turned into a Chick tract.


Honestly it could be reskinned very easily if it bothers anyone. It's not souls to a deamon, its notes of flame to an elemental who needs our help to restore its strength and escape its imprisonment. And that elementals name was lord black thorn the trust worthy.

Or throw an npc into the room, a remorseful fallen palidin for example who wants help charging an infernal bomb to redeem himself by blowing up the pit. Then the souls can be those of fallen adventures who have gathered to make one last heroic sacrifice.
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On the Morality of Soul Eating (Spoilers) 1 month 2 weeks ago #24

@Picc - I’m college my favorite author was Kurt Vonnegut. The quote that stuck in my head decades ago was from Mother Night: “We tend to become what we pretend to be, so we must be very, very careful what we pretend to be.”

Maybe that’s why I always play heroes in D&D. To say this sounds like my least favorite room in a decade of playing TD would be an understatement.
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