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Why Bedivere? Mon, 03 October 2005 02:46
I was wondering if I could get some opinions on Bedivere (in particular, the designer's opinions). My understanding is that he is not required, but now that I have a minature, should I always include him as a possible knight? Why was he created? Is his ability needed, or was it just to add some variety? Is there any reason not to use him?

In the end, so long as his adds to the overall game experience, I think I will use him, but I just wanted a few opinions...

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Re:Why Bedivere? Mon, 03 October 2005 02:53
Greater variety, more knights= more enjoyment. I always have him in the potential knights mix. Wouldn't have it any other way.
      
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Re:Why Bedivere? Tue, 04 October 2005 16:16
It is not unusual for designers and developers to have more ideas than actually used in the finished game. And it is not unusual for some of these ideas to surface as either expansions or as freebies.

Sir Bedivere is a typical freebie: not really necessary, doesn't really change the game, but good for publicity and a nice gift for us consumers.
      
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Re:Why Bedivere? Fri, 07 October 2005 11:08
... and it's my favorite knight !!
with a special ability usefull when you are loyal AND traitor !
      
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Re:Why Bedivere? Sun, 07 May 2006 03:27
Bedevere ("Bedwyr Bedrydant", in Welsh) is one of Arthur's two oldest, traditional companions, the other being Kay ("Kai Hir"). I'm surprised to see Bedevere released as a supplemental knight (as opposed to being included in the game itself) and Palomedes offered at all. Palomedes was a later, literary invention and totally anachronistic, since Mohammedanism didnt even exist in the world, letalone the Britain, of AD 400-500.

Aside from that, the game is fantastic. "Bravo Zulu!" to Messrs. Cathala and Laget!
      
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Re:Why Bedivere? Mon, 08 May 2006 15:27
gilbertgea schrieb am Sun, 07 May 2006 03:27

Bedevere ("Bedwyr Bedrydant", in Welsh) is one of Arthur's two oldest, traditional companions, the other being Kay ("Kai Hir"). I'm surprised to see Bedevere released as a supplemental knight (as opposed to being included in the game itself) and Palomedes offered at all. Palomedes was a later, literary invention and totally anachronistic, since Mohammedanism didnt even exist in the world, letalone the Britain, of AD 400-500.

Aside from that, the game is fantastic. "Bravo Zulu!" to Messrs. Cathala and Laget!

I am not very familiar with the legend of Arthur, so I find your background knowledge in this and your other posts very interesting Smile

Thanks for that!
      
    
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