Welcome to the fanlisting for the computer game Planescape: Torment.
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Planescape: Torment is one of the most fascinating cRPGs I've ever played. Built on the same engine that powers Baldur's Gate, Torment casts you into the role of a man with no name and no memory. The Nameless One must embark on a journey to discover who he is, and why he cannot seem to die. The party members that accompany you on your journey include a vast assortment of strange beings: Morte, the floating, talking skull; Annah, the half-demon thief; Dak'kon, a warrior with a shifting blade of chaos; Fall-From-Grace, a succubus who turned her back on the ways of her people; Nordom, a creature of order turned rogue by a touch of chaos; Ignus, an insane magician consumed by his own power; and Vhailor, a man who was so driven by justice that he cannot accept his own demise.
The reason I love this game is the complexity of the story and the characters. Instead of focusing on saving the world, as most RPGs do, the game is more of a journey of discovery. The story gives you a vast amount of moral freedom. Your choices affect the game world and how its inhabitants, including your own party members, view you. You can be as good or as evil as you wish. You can help the people around you, or hurt them. The central question of the game is what inspired the title of this fanlisting:
What can change the nature of a man?
+ All you need to join this fanlisting are your first name or nickname, valid e-mail address, and country. If your nickname contains numbers or StIcKy CaPs, is a multi-word phrase, or is otherwise offensive, I may edit it at my discretion.
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