Admit it, whenever you have the chance to in an RPG you end up saving your game, then go ahead and murder every innocent villager and civilian in the vicinity before shutting off the game. I’ve done it, you’ve done it, we all have. However if you plan on doing this and continuing with that game then obviously there will be some repercussions right?
Well in the ESRB rating we learn that senseless acts of violence will actually damage your character’s charisma. Plus there will be harpy breasts for people who like thier bird monsters with tits. Check out the full ESRB description below:
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This is an action-adventure game in which players assume the role of Glynn, a militiaman on a quest to kill an evil dragon. As players traverse through fantastical “open-world” environments, they complete missions and quests that impact the storyline and eventual fate of their character. Players use swords, bows and arrows, and magic attacks (e.g., fireballs, ice blasts) to kill various enemies (e.g., zombies, goblins, human soldiers) in melee-style combat.
The frequent combat is accompanied by slashing sounds, cries of pain, and large splashes of blood; attacks sometimes result in dismembered limbs and/or scattered body parts. Some sequences allow players to injure/kill non-adversaries, including unarmed villagers; such acts are penalized by lower “charisma” levels for players’ character. Other acts of violence appear in cutscenes: a man strangling a woman in her bedchamber; a character impaling himself.
The dialogue sometimes includes innuendo and suggestive material (e.g., “I would never violate His Grace’s privacy while he violates milady’s privates” and “. . . perhaps you seek . . . a turn in the sheets with His Grace’s own wife!”). During the course of the game, players may also encounter female harpies whose breasts are fully exposed at certain camera angles.