One of the first things you may notice in the title is that the "B" is missing from VTMB, this is not an accident. The Final Nights is an expansion to an otherwise flawless video game built upon the success of the Camarilla Edition series of mods. The "B" has been removed because this expansion can no longer bare the name Bloodlines as it is so far removed from the original game as to warrant the name change. The idea behind this expansion is, and always will be the notion of a completely new experience unlike we've seen so far. With 7 completely brand new clans, 5 new disciplines, extra quests, new NPCs, new game mechanics and new music, the features seem endless. All of this is being built upon the Camarilla Edition series incorporating such things as the blood timer system, pedestrian blood dolls, and the new combat system. Combined we feel the name Bloodlines must be removed from this game, and thus we now simply have "The Final Nights".

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Sergio1992
Sergio1992

> Items appearing out of nowhere, especially when using disciplines is a bit cheesy. You are not the vampire. You are the player, and the player can notice things differently from the vampire in the game.
By making inspection the way it is portrayed in this video, you basically alter this 'mindset' and revolutionize it. So the player will have to powergame all the time, to see items appearing out of nowhere. I don't think I agree with this change, to be honest. Add artifacts or special items that one can notice with high inspection but make them a few and make them special. And don't make them appear out of nowhere. Just put them in 'uncommon places'.

> I've played the Jimmy's reed quest. Can I say that I don't agree that he is the one selling the book stuff? That stuff seems to be aimed to player that power-play. More than once I thought, I should go back buying the books and then leveling up, because if I don't I will be missing important XP.
If I remember well, you should be the maker of Camarilla Edition. The college is way better. You use money (money that you have spread all over the levels) to improve and you don't have to care about power-playing. You need just the money. And that's good, especially because it sort of enforces the need to steal from online bank to get the stuff hidden in the chests.

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Sergio1992
Sergio1992

--> Another annoying thing is the fact that I go back to Jimmy's reed to get the books. It is annoying to go inside the garage each time, go into the stairs for two times, then reach the telephone just to buy the books. If you really wish to save this part from Jimmy, just make it so the first time you have to ask him the book, but the other times you can just purchase them from the computer, where there will be details for the 'value' you can reach in the skills.

For example.
Computer book -> Computer 4 (you can use it to go from 3 to 4)

> Now for the stuff hidden in the chests. Some have a way too high lock. I mean, how are you supposed to open some of the lock in some of the rooms? I mean, it seems like you did this way to force the player to come back and open these to get the money. Is that fun ? I don't think so...

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Zer0morph Author
Zer0morph

Sergio,

It sounds to me that you and I have very different aims for how Bloodlines should be. With all of the things you don't like about TFN, you may enjoy playing Camarilla Edition or Antitribu more. We like how TFN is and many other players do too, so we're going to keep it as is. Fortunately there's plenty of mods to choose from. :)

-Zer0

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Sergio1992
Sergio1992

I'm sorry Zer0Morph if you think it was intended as (harsh) critic. In fact if I didn't care, I wouldn't have just posted. I apologize for posting, but I will keep an eye close for update. Thanks for your work!

Ciao :)

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Zer0morph Author
Zer0morph

Actually we love player feedback on TFN, we need it because it helps us to tweak the game in ways we would've otherwise never thought of. It's just that you want larger changes and quite a few at that, changing major parts of the mod as opposed to smaller tweaks. That's why I recommended CE and Antitribu as potential mods you may enjoy more. :)

I appreciate the feedback, I really do, and look forward to your future posts. Fans like you who give us constructive criticism are our favorite fans because it really helps us! Have a wonderful day and hope to hear again from you soon. :)

-Zer0

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Vampire the Masquerade - The Final Nights Expansion for Bloodlines is proud to present this preview. Here you can watch the new Inspection System and Auspex discipline for TFN 1.4.

For more information: Camarillaedition.darkbb.com

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