CHRONICLING AIDYN 3-16: OVER THE RIVER, THROUGH THE WOODS

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halibabica
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3-10: Inn Keeping

Adventure progress day one: left the castle and crossed through the starting town. It's an RPG all right. In the meantime, Rheda reads another bit of Becan's journal.
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3-11: Chaotic Detour

I'm almost completely sure the reason they put such a tough pack of wolves right at the start was to try and make the player discover this location. They even put huge draw distance on the scraggly tree at the base of the hill, just begging for you to come over and look. Crafty developers...

And hey, there's the scout from the prologue.
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3-12: Take the High Road

I wish it was this easy to chase off those wolves. Seems Godric lucked out this time.

And hey, this is the 101st page of this series. Wow.
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3-13: Cold Encounter

Can you decipher the spirit's words? nac uoy erus m'I.
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3-14: In Loving Memory

I kinda wish you could actually return Kendall's hat in-game. It's not a valuable piece of equipment, and it'd be a nice gesture toward his widow (who would maybe reward you with something better?). Ah well, there are many things I'd change in Aidyn if I could.
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3-15: They

This guy is one of the more interesting generic NPCs you can talk to. His dialogue is very short if you haven't explored Yorwood before, but he says some pretty fascinating stuff depending on where you've been and what you've found. However, this isn't where he normally appears. For some reason, they put him on the bridge into Gwernia, which doesn't make any sense when he talks about being trapped in the forest...
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3-16: Over the River, Through the Woods

Yorwood is an optional location to visit, so finding your way to it feels really adventurous. I think the collapsed path is a nice touch and a great clue that something is nearby.
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