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Postby Cristiona » Thu Oct 02, 2008 9:07 pm

...that it can take more than 4 choices?

...that some of them worked the wrong axis?
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Postby Cristiona » Thu Oct 02, 2008 10:47 pm

Sure you can. I moved from Vigilante to Pragmatic to Watchdog to Altruist to Virtuous to Honorable all in one day.
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Postby Ryme » Thu Oct 02, 2008 11:19 pm

Uh, did you do the u-district choices back to back?

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Postby Ryme » Fri Oct 03, 2008 9:45 am

Wait, are you talking about two different choices in that mix? That wasn't clear from your original post, which made it sound like you did the same choice twice. Rather than two different choices in two different zones under the same container.

Still, I do think it's possible for what you described to have happened and for it to have been necessary to get a fifth choice to fully change the reputation over from one to the other.

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Postby Ryme » Fri Oct 03, 2008 11:38 am

From what you describe, things look exactly right. Even with the bandwagon, it takes more than 3 choices to shift your reputation to the opposite end of the spectrum.


Socket wrote:My primary assumption above was that choosing the same choice in the same adventure twice doesn't do anything;


As you note, this isn't true. There IS something of a trick here, and it's recorded in the wiki, but I'm not gonna spoil it here in the help forum.

In summary: you're making too many assumptions, everything is working exactly as intended. Your "current conclusion" as you describe it isn't too unreasonable, though.


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