I really like the thought of making enemies smarter instead of just giving them more
immunities to make the game more challenging.
However thereÂ´s a lof of bugs/ enemies cheating in my version so i will uninstall scs if i canÂ´t solve those issues.
1, I clearly choose the spell "protection from normal missiles" not to protect against magical ammunition yet my
enemies are protected from them while using this spell.
2, I did not choose to include BG2 spells in BG but yet i canÂ´t hit certain enemies (devadaourn ex) in melee although
heÂ´s does not have any protection up except for some sort of armor (ghost/spirit armor),
Those magical armors have to expire before i can hit him in melee.
He also uses cone of cold, and Melf's Minute Meteors iÂ´m not 100% those two spells are bg2 only though.
3, Most enemies are following me through invisibility and they are not only following me but trying to
eliminate my escape route.
4, I clearly chose not to use "potions of extra healing" still a lot of enemies are using them.
5," Protection from undead" scroll does not work against the summoned skeleton archers/warriors
summoned when one of the enemies are killed.
6, the thief skill "detection illusion" does not always work as it should.
In the final battle, "Semaj" went invisible after i used detect illusion skill to dispel his invisibility+ mirror image.
In the text it read that his illusion was dispelled but he was still invisible,
(he did not use non detection according to the combat log).
The options with me not using "Extra healing potions", "Protection from normal missiles" and "BG2 spells in BG"
i choose to not implement them nor to me or my enemies.
Some of those issues can be killers for a solo no reloader and i donÂ´t usually complain at all but if not most of those
issues can be fixed i will uninstall SCS for now.
I have completed solo no reload runs in vanilla BG on insane easily and almost done it in SCS but those bugs
are so irritating and gives enemies unfair advantages.
Edited by kuderlin, 18 June 2009 - 01:41 PM.