Arcanum Quest episode 2

In this episode of Arcanum Quest we undertake some INDUSTRIAL ACTION! And someone gets their beautiful face blown off.

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Farewell from the past, I’m Raymond.

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One comment

  1. Continuing the listen, now I am glad for the Black Mountain Mines edits, that place is so early and so ridiculously filled with enemies it’s a miracle I stuck with it when I played the video game. It is of course a very characteristic area for the entire game. The almost dying to the teleporting dudes in the factory was a great reminder as to human and half-ogre mortality. Fight in the first episode made me lean back assured of the characters continued existence, which was a mistake. The seething mass aka magma golem is still a favorite of mine with regards to tough enemies.
    In general I am still impressed with how closely you manage to stay to the source. I suppose part of that is the players actively trying not to break the railroad, but still. Main quest in Arcanum has a couple of points where a sane person who wants to live would just leave.
    (Since the next episode started in the playlist I now have your own words as to what happened, “the roller coaster of almost dying, and slaughtering everything”. Pretty apt.)

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