Saturday, 13 May 2017

Best Companions: Baldur's Gate and Baldur's Gate 2

Best Companions: Baldur's Gate and Baldur's Gate 2


Vote for who you consider to be the best companions only. Of course, "best" can mean a lot of things but this is just a popularity poll for fun. Unlike the previous polls you may vote for as many as you like, rather than just one! This poll lists the 47 contenders across BGBG2, the EEs and Siege of Dragonspear.

The poll is embedded on the right sidebar so smartphone users may have to switch to "full view" in order to see it.

You can drag over the contents of the poll to see the votes more clearly (drag from the bottom, up).

Here are the portraits for all original BioWare companions, manually extracted by me and doubled in size for your viewing pleasure.

                       T h e  G o o d                       


                   T h e  N e u t r a l                   


                  a n d  T h e  E v i l                  


1 comment:

  1. Just wondering, why isn't Wilson very popular? :(
    He's my favorite companion out of every RPG besides MotB's Okku. Sad to see he doesn't have much love.

    ReplyDelete

Return to Index of lilura1 content

• Full comment stream is viewable here

• Can't comment or can't reply in-thread? Try appending ?m=1 to the post's address.

• You can italicize, bold and underline portions of your text with simple HTML formatting elements. Likewise, you can include clickable hyperlinks with the basic HTML tag.

• Anonymous users may not post comments. This is to cut out spam and insipid drive-by comments like "Love your blog!" and "You suck!", which I also consider spam. Register an account and Follow the blog if you would like to comment. Register on Google+ for a custom avatar!

• Blog is moderated due to influx of spammers, trolls and bigots. I can spot a troll a mile off and hit it right between the eyes with fire and acid.

• Comments of a personal, political and religious nature are ignored. Comments with "isms" are ignored. Blatantly off-topic comments are ignored. Criticism of Renaissance RPGs based on degenerate current gen "sensibilities", trends and fads are ignored.

• Custom content creators (modders) are free to promote and link to their mods.

• Professional developers are encouraged to comment, too. I would love to hear from more developers of Renaissance RPGs.

• Use zoom function of your browser to make the blog more readable. In Chrome, that's Ctrl and Shift and +. (And yes, I recommend that you view this blog with Chrome.)

Thank you for commenting, and have a lovely day!