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MarkyVigoroth

Usually, in RPGs, the common people (like the NPCs) are supporting the "good guy" and oppose the "bad guy." I wonder, though...

...do any games in which the "good guy," while still being a good guy, stands alone, while everybody else (at least seems) to support the "bad guy", exist?

I am just wondering...

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shingi_70

Lost Oddesy. Througout the whole game the villan is gaining the support of the people while using the king as a puppet to gain power.

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DarkG

MarkyVigoroth wrote:

Usually, in RPGs, the common people (like the NPCs) are supporting the "good guy" and oppose the "bad guy." I wonder, though...

...do any games in which the "good guy," while still being a good guy, stands alone, while everybody else (at least seems) to support the "bad guy", exist?

Well, on both Fable and Fable II you can become a "bad guy" and get support from people (out of fear), or be good and still don't get support from them...

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Ravage

shingi_70 wrote:

Lost Oddesy. Througout the whole game the villan is gaining the support of the people while using the king as a puppet to gain power.

I've heard of it, what system is it for?

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Ravage

I thought so...that's unfortunate.

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