Reviews for Where the Rivers Meet
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on whether or not you'd like to play the scenario. This page is not a
list of all the reviews the scenario received, only those that had thoughful
and/or useful comments to make.
Comments:(From the Lyceum)
A good scenario, and an excellent first scenario by Tralni. This scenario, in size, comes close to Bahssikava, which is amazing. The story started rather slow, but picked up speed. Making the side-quests tie-in with the main story line was a good design desicion, and it had a few new technical tricks. There are a few problems with it, though. First, if you don't have a four-person party, the scenario gets weird. This is stated in the intro, but it still detracts a bit. Secondly, there were a few bugs that Thralni left untouched that could easily have been worked around. Third, it was quite easy to get lost. All in all, though, this scenario is quality work, and I look forward to more in the future.
Comments:There are some interesting ideas here--the Senarti (big cats) and a deposed emperor (Thralni) wanting revenge on the Empire--but there are just too many bugs and problems.
This scenario is the first one that I have played that I think should have had some significant work before being posted. Problems I encountered are:
1. I never could get very far. I got trapped by guards I had killed, people I had talked to and who had been reported as traitors still kept saying the same things that they did earlier in the scenario. I never could get into the castle.
2. Even in the read me attached, it reported bugs that made the game annoying. My lead character turned pink somehow. I ran around and around and dialogues did not reflect the change in plot. I went to talk to the people I was told to talk to and got no information.
3. I started with a level 35 party and just mowed through the fights.
I can appreciate the effort that somebody put into a scenario but. . .