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RSS Which are the worst balance changes in Rebirth? (view original)
Which are the worst balance changes in Rebirth?
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myxale
myxale

For me it's always alchemy.
This one is either bugged, useless or Op.

Dunno, there has to be a middle way.

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hairboy
hairboy

Not sure how that is constructive in any way. Other than saying which ones are bugged.

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shodanbot
shodanbot

And alchemy has a craptastic synergistic interrelation with enchanting once you figure how to really break the game. I get the impression Oblivion had enchanting removed for this very issue. But then there's the economic imbalance caused by your factory output of potions of feather...

But these are issues in the standard Morrowind experience. Still it is strange that Trancemaster didn't make a slightly less punishing version of BtB's balance changes for his mod. BtB's really does "fix" a lot of the balancing issues of MW.

EDIT: So I guess it would be nice if Trancemaster made Rebirth a little more compatible with BtB's balance mods. Especially with the introduction of new weapons, ingredients, and treasure. I considered doing this myself by taking a list of the new stuff and balancing them against the old stuff in BtB's mod, but I'm a lazy git.

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ElHueco
ElHueco

The loot, for me; it's really annoying not finding anything in locked dwarven chests or others, it feels like the effort is wasted.

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Neehlanfyr
Neehlanfyr

In my opinion: The newly introduced enchantment restrictions, especially for constant effect spells.
I think the player should be able to decide on their own whether a spell effect is too strong or not.

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