Long time gamer. Cut my teeth in the modding scene by curating some AI scripts for Baldur’s Gate 2 and creating a few small mods of my own.

I can’t really play shooter games because they make me nauseous so isometric is where it is at for me. That and games where I can indulge my penchant for min/maxing.

I also play a hefty amount of League of Legends, but I’ve been taking a break during pre-season while they sort the updated ranked system out. Well that I and as a jungler I get kind of tired of people telling me (in not nice ways) what they think I should be doing with my time.

I believe Grim Dawn is my first aRPG since the original Diablo. Just started Act 2 on Ultimate with my first character and mauled Moosilauke (well okay, ran and hid under an archway and smacked him a few times before running away again, but I got him eventually!). Looking forward to gathering and hoarding #alltheloot and seeing what I can do with it.

I’ve already asked a few question on the forums and everyone has been really nice in their responses, which I appreciate. Looking forward to nosing around the community and learning things along the way.

Welcome to the forum and to the game. :slight_smile:

hello Painwright,

and welcome to the forum and grim dawn

Baldur’s gate, great times : All those games trying to make something using infinity engine (or variations of it) will never be as good as the originals. Baldur’s and icewind dale were just better than any pillars of eternity or tyranny.

Hello btw, sorry i went full nostalgic.

Thanks medea and Dikkiedikand!

Hello They Live. BG and IWD were certainly good games. Torment as well, though I played that after the other two, so it felt a bit dated in some ways. The AI was certainly more limited in what you could do with it. Still the story was great.

Story was indeed awesome but ruleset too, nowadays “pseudo-infinity” stuff use silly rules, those game had d&d instead (it was advanced d&d and 3.5 in temple of elemental evil) which was way more solid.