Posted December 28, 2017
I'm not really sure where you're going with the talk of playing the game solo, so I won't address that for the moment. As for your other concerns here, it sounds like you're afraid that those of us advocating for full party control want the AI to be totally removed and the player forced to do everything manually, and I don't think that's the case. I can only speak for myself, of course, but I just want full party control to be an option, so that if I want to decide how my companions level up, tell them who to attack, control their spellcasting, and so on, I can do that. Meanwhile, people who don't want to do that can leave them on AI control, and others can use some combination, where maybe they let the AI handle things most of the time but take direct control for precise tactical decisions.
darthvictorbr: Again. You can play BG1 solo if you like. About RTS, i mean in micromanagement aspect. DA:O is probably the unique party based RPG that can't be played solo and doesn't require micromanaging IF you set the "tactics" correctly.
But NWN1's AI makes them act like they have 5 INT. They do, in fact, require someone to give them obvious orders.
darthvictorbr: I don't like the idea of be forced to give obvious orders to a wizard with 20 INT in a world who the average person have 10 INT.
Post edited December 28, 2017 by Praetorian815