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Submitted by leonHurley 1131d ago | opinion piece

A tale of Orange: Dragon’s Dogma’s unwanted daughter

She was meant to be my bodyguard. A sexy elf archer to protect me from the bad things in Dragon’s Dogma. Except I got the height wrong. Instead of a fearless warrior, ever so slightly modelled on Liv Tyler’s Arwen, I had a small girl. I called her Orange. (Dragon's Dogma, PS3, Xbox 360)

rdgneoz3  +   1131d ago
He can always change her height and traits with the help of the Rift vendor later on. But why change her when you could enjoy watching her run off into the distance to be stomped by a cyclops? I love watching pawns run off dieing to stupid things, only to be brought over to me by my fighter pawn, carried like a dog bringing a squirrel to its master.
DJ-PLAYER   1131d ago | Spam

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