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  • Petrnev12
    Original poster 14 posts

    its quite common to get desynchronizations when fighting in the city and using aoe attacks.. the bloodthirsty crowd just like to watch fighting from very close distance and gets hit or just disable the desync "feature".

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  • ImaginaryRuins
    418 posts

    @petrnev12 I also accidentally killed civilians before, but I took it as a way to remind to be more careful to control collateral damage, just like an assassin who follows the creed: stay your blade from the flesh of an innocent. When in cities, either avoid fights together, or use non-AOE abilities.

  • JCar4327
    626 posts

    @petrnev12 Yeah, like they just walk right up in the middle of the fight and stand there. They used to run away.

  • Petrnev12
    Original poster 14 posts

    @imaginaryruins totally agree, but in this case I used Mjolnir(Thors hammer) which is doing massive aoe blasts and civilians just ran into me.

  • ChuckKatse
    281 posts

    Yep we should be able to kill the pests (Civilians) if they get in the way.

  • Quor321
    232 posts

    It really just needs to go back to the Odyssey version of dealing with civilians. If you kill them you get a bounty on your head, leaving you with a few choices, fight the bounty hunters, kill the one that put the bounty on you or pay the bounty. Made for a great activity to do when you wanted to get away from questing, exploring, etc.

  • Petrnev12
    Original poster 14 posts

    @quor321 Indeed this by itself creates another level of interactivity and choices.. suprised it got left out and instead we get this limited sytem of killing 3 civilians and getting desynced.

  • Quor321
    232 posts

    @petrnev12 Like a lot of features that got left out from Odyssey, I won't be surprised if it gets added later as "new content". Ha! new.....

  • Janer64
    19 posts

    I prefer that the civilians do die. it make's you think more and I've only had 3 civilians die in 89 hours and never desynced.

  • hroozenbeek
    1024 posts

    @janer64 I agree, but especially indoors it is often difficult not to hit and kill civilians when you're forced to put up a fight.

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