Celeritas Eos is a low fantasy-mature-horror-survival-RPG series for Neverwinter Nights.
Some more random information about Equilibrium of the Night.
Posted by KnightofEquulei on Jul 16th, 2013
Just another article about some features in EoTN.
Back several months ago I posted a video showing Lucia working as a prostitute. While wearing armor she could get clients. One of the viewers pointed out that this was unrealistic. Fast-forward several months and this has been amended. Lucia now needs revealing clothing to pick up clients. Such clothing also will receive remarks from NPC's with some characters down-right refusing to speak to someone dressed in such a way.
The Love of Suriel:
Suriel Isaiah is Lucia's second cousin. When Lucia's parents died Suriel invited her to live with him. He has known her since childhood and loves her like a sister. He would die for her. It makes sense then that he would kill those who would harm Lucia no matter who they be. This video shows me attacking some townsfolk (which leads to a guard attacking me) and then running back to Suriel's home. As soon as I get in the door I am killed but Suriel avenges me and kills all of my pursuers.
It's quite possible no one would cause trouble in Espilon (the starting city) and then think of running back to Suriel but there needs to be touches like these to add believability even if few people ever experience and witness them. There's no point Suriel saying "I love you" and then standing about doing nothing as you're attacked by strangers. Here we see Suriel reacting to Lucia being attacked by fighting her attackers which proves his love for her.
In EoTN I am trying to account for every action the player makes no matter the odds or the craziness. Everything needs to be accounted for so that the player will be immersed into the world.
Every NPC has a description:
Okay don't go in expecting every NPC to have a detailed description associated with them and you may come across enemies (like bandits) who won't have them altogether but another feature of EoTN is that there's a description with every character although expect townsfolk to have generic descriptions simply describing them as being townsfolk within the town that they are living in.