The Least Favorite December 4th, 2017, 1:10 am
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Usually when I don't like a character, I just don't include them in the comics. I am willing to make an exception this one time though. It would be a different story if there was an end to the quests, if there was any real effect on the story after I did them, if they weren't so dull... but no. Requisition officer. Please get someone lower ranking to do these fetch quests for you. I have... inquisitorial things to do.
I am not entirely sure what those things are, but I am sure they are more important than obsidian samples.

Posted @ September 12th, 2017, 4:16 pm

Posted @ November 16th, 2018, 7:19 pm

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If I could fire the guys I don't like, You would be one of the first without a job Solas...Or should I say "spoiler McSpoilington".

Srsly though the game gives you so much influence, even without these guys.

Posted @ December 4th, 2017, 3:39 am


@Sharp-Claw: Haha, I think a lot of us would have liked DAI about three times more if we could have fired companions, troublesome NPCs and whatnot.

Posted @ December 4th, 2017, 5:01 am


@Sharp-Claw: Thank goodness for playing on a PC with mods. I would go crazy without Irritating Dialogue Removal by tirnoney from nexusmods. You only hear the Requisition Officer one time. Get the quest and you never hear anything ever again.

Posted @ December 4th, 2017, 8:28 am


Ah, the true villain of this game. Never fought, never defeated, never forgotten - Requisition Officer stands still and orders another pack of swords or stuff.
...
Alright, this f**ker needs to go down in DA4. From very, very high cliff.

Posted @ December 4th, 2017, 3:16 pm


I bugs me SO MUCH when the only uncompleted quest left in the game is the stupid Requisition Officer. Just crawl into a rift and begone evil one!

Posted @ December 6th, 2017, 2:50 pm


Firing companions? like how you can fire companions in divinity original sin 2 or baldur's gate, with fire? At most, in dragon age you can tell them you aren't interested in them joining, but it lacks the 'fun' of telling them that they are better off dead, and if you start to not like them sometimes you cannot do that. I mean there are circumstances where they can turn on you (da2) or die if you didn't make preparations (me2) but that takes research and just attacking them or sending shartell off to 'scout' to the right is much more satisfying. But those missions were annoying, I think only the tutorial, the advanced classes, the three castle improvements, the guys from the coastal area,were useful requisitions where you could actually see the impact of your actions, would have been better if we could actually see an impact to doing well aside from 'points', even if it was a minor npc healing do to better antivenom.

Posted @ December 6th, 2017, 10:55 pm


@wildmageguy:

No appreciation for good ol' Shar-Teel ?
Can't imagine why. XD

Posted @ December 7th, 2017, 2:30 am


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vs_TxD7ATPA

Posted @ December 8th, 2017, 11:46 am


@davesin: Perhaps one day Requisition Officer will be defeated, probably by Marauder Shields

@Guest: As a completionist, it hurts my very soul.

@wildmageguy: Honestly I crave being able to call companions on their shit and kicking them out if they are too much. Not being able to do so is super frustrating. But yes... the Baldur's Gate version of firing someone is... a tried and true tradition. And consequences... gods yes... it's why I do all those extra things. I want them to matter :I

@Blazypika2: ... that was beautiful.

Posted @ December 8th, 2017, 1:03 pm