Do I need to clear the 'demons' from the basement or can I just kill all the ghouls including Jason to satisfy Manny?
Killing Jason, or any other non-feral ghoul at the REPCONN test site will fail Come Fly With Me.
I'm not sure whether this will satisfy Manny however, with respect to finding out where the man who shot you went. If you want to make an end-run around dealing with Repconn however, you can either convince Manny to tell you what he knows by either applying some... 'pressure' via the Confirmed Bachelor perk, or you can just hack the terminal in his room in Novac and read his emails on the subject.
Yes it will satisfy Manny, you will have to kill all of them. If you don't want to kill all the "demons" there is another option for that too. i.e you don't have to kill anyone except the feral ghouls.
I just did this on my current playthru.
I went to Tenpenny's Tower and tried to use diplomacy to let the ghouls in. After several attempts I was stuck, so I decided to let them in the rough way. I opened the basement passage and went to take a look at the carnage. Before the ghouls slayed everyone, I was trying to enter my room but I was told that it wasn't safe to enter at that moment. After the ghouls slayed everyone, I was trying to enter my room (I have found one or two keys for it) but I was told that I needed a key. I gave up on that, but I wanted at least some reward from Roy, and I discovered him laying dead on the floor
Like many RPGs, Fallout: New Vegas has day/night cycles. Right now, I'm trying to infiltrate the REPCONN labs to find out why there are so many ghouls there, while still making it back to Novac in time to find out who's killing Bhramin. I need to be in the Bhramin pen at midnight in order to catch the perp and it takes me about four minutes of real time to walk from REPCONN to Novac. I need to know when to leave to make my appointment. What is the game-time to real-time ratio in Fallout: New Vegas?
Do Champions that make/obtain pets in game gain sight of stealthed champions or Wards vis a vis their pets if they have an Oracle's Elixir? Champions include: Maokai (seedlings) Annie (Tibbers) Malzahar (Voidling) Yorick (Ghouls) Mordekaiser (Ghost) Zyra (Plants, Seedlings)
. Their ranged attack is deadly and while the fog does help getting in closer range. What should I do next? Is TrBe too much of a one trick dog, perhaps? Should I go for more traditional combos like DDNe... Shop ← n → Rock troll → Shops do × j or Giant eyeballs a Invisible baddies ← sp Shining eyes × ↓ id Jackals Gas spores Pulsating lumps ← er ↓ Gold+Itemsn Ghouls + gt eyebl ×4
There are a number of champions who can summon pets in League of Legends. When I say pets I mean Malzahar's voidlings, Elise's spiders, Yorick's ghouls, Shaco's clone, etc. Do these creatures also do increased damage if the champion owns an item with the butcher passive? Does a champion's traps also do increased damage when they own a butcher passive? Examples would be Shaco's Jack in the Box, Nidalee's bushwhack (assuming it can trigger on monsters), etc.
I'm going for the Desert Survivalist achievement, and throughout my Fallout experiences, I've never taken the Cannibalism perk. I'm thinking that, since I'm playing a very evil character this time, I might take Cannibalism at some point. If I do, does engaging in cannibalism count as food? And what of the Ghastly Scavenger perk? Does feasting on ghouls and super mutants count as food? (Wow, this sounds sick as I read it ... )
I am playing All My Gods and in order to progress, I need to acquire the Laurel Wreath so I can then use another obelisk of the gods to open up more space for my civilization to grow into. Problem is, I have no idea how to get the Laurel Wreath. I am not sure if I need more civilization points, or need to research certain things, or have a certain number/type of buildings. What do I need to do to get the Laurel Wreath?
The most notable example I can think of right now are Ghosts 'n goblins and Ghouls 'n ghosts. Converting a game from a platform to another required a license to do so, of course, so I don't think they couldn't license the same music in the same way they licensed the game porting. I also don't think that when porting to a more restricted platform like from Arcades to Commodore 64, there were technical limitations to what music could be performed. At least the music quality wouldn't be the same, but why change it completely?
I love V.A.T.S. except for the cinematic part... So two ghouls attack me, racing up a long flight of stairs. I pick a headshot on the first one. The other is entirely hidden behind it so I can't even queue my attack on it. I have a enough time and AP to spare to hit both, first one, then as it falls, the other. I shoot the head off the first one. The head starts rolling down the stairs. The other ghoul reaches me and starts pounding mercilessly, while the cinematics shows the head rolling in slow motion, with my character doing nothing about getting murdered far in the background. Only