Questions about your hero's family

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Skordisk4

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I have several questions:
1.Can my hero becomes older during the time?
2.Can my hero have wife and children?
3.Can I play as hero's oldest son if he dies?
 
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Everyone knows that being a relative of a protagonist is the single most deadly occupation in existence. If they haven't died before the game started, they essentially never make it out of the prologue (and usually take the protagonist's entire hometown with them).

With the odds already stacked against them from the whole Ragnarok thing, do you really expect any relatives to have survived? Besides, we've all played enough CK2 to know that relatives exist solely to plot to murder you right before you switch out of gavelkind.
 

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So it'll be like The Elder Scrolls; the player has no pre-determined background besides race and class?
 

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So it'll be like The Elder Scrolls; the player has no pre-determined background besides race and class?
And most other CRPGs that don't have a fixed protagonist. Its very hard to fit in a pre-determined background with real choice for the player about what they want their character to be.
 

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I have several questions:
1.Can my hero becomes older during the time?
2.Can my hero have wife and children?
3.Can I play as hero's oldest son if he dies?
This isn't M&B, where those features would make a lot of sense.
 

CampyRivaille

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well technically yes, but you have to choose the "spacer" background whoheregetsthatreference? :rofl:
*raises hand* ME! ME! (haah, see what I did there)
Never actually tried Spacer though. I'm Earthborn all the way.
 
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