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Companions: Would you like to be able to buy your companion a drink /meal at an Inn?

wishlist14
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Hi there,
My companions keep hinting that they would like to go to an Inn but I can't invite them for a drink or a meal. I'd love the option to do this and I'd also love to play a musical instrument with them. I'm kinda getting attatched to my companions πŸ˜† and it would be nice to have a bit more social interractions with them...not a lot just a couple of options. Maybe dance with them πŸ˜….

How do you all feel about this?
Edited by wishlist14 on July 31, 2021 1:54PM
  • Lugaldu
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    Yes, I would like such interactions. And also to be able to give them presents in between, perhaps to compensate for a bad mood due to killing bugs or crafting of cheese dishes.
  • wishlist14
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    Lugaldu wrote: Β»
    Yes, I would like such interactions. And also to be able to give them presents in between, perhaps to compensate for a bad mood due to killing bugs or crafting of cheese dishes.

    I love your ideas 😊😊😊
  • fizl101
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    Yup I would. Or my crafter make them either a meal or a gift as mentioned above
    Soupy twist
  • Idinuse
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    Hi there,
    My companions keep hinting that they would like to go to an Inn but I can't invite them for a drink or a meal. I'd love the option to do this and I'd also love to play a musical instrument with them. I'm kinda getting attatched to my companions πŸ˜† and it would be nice to have a bit more social interractions with them...not a lot just a couple of options. Maybe dance with them πŸ˜….

    How do you all feel about this?

    Would be nice!

    But for those who don't know it, well Mirri really loves wine, so you can get a +1 rapport increase by making a potion of some wine drink, for example Clarified Syrah Wine or Surilie Syrah Wine (recipe available from local NPC brewers). It has a short cooldown too, maybe 5 minutes? It's not the same, but it's something. :)
    Edited by Idinuse on August 2, 2021 2:23PM
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  • Lugaldu
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    Idinuse wrote: Β»
    But for those who don't know it, well Mirri really loves wine, so you can get a +1 rapport increase by making a potion of some wine drink, for example Clarified Syrah Wine or Surilie Syrah Wine

    I offer Mirri a wine at every hearth fire we pass (and Bastian gets a look at every bookshelf) :)

  • AcadianPaladin
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    Mirri gets that rapport boost when you make any alcoholic drink (not just wine). :)

    Agree with more interactions. Like when you sit, the companion might look for a place to sit.

    My companion should be able to come into a player-owned home with me and tag along with me - not simply be a talking manniquin standing in a corner or on a plotted path the way it is now. Coming into your home with you would also be nice to get a quick 'dps check' on them - tell them to take down the precursor dummy and see how they do. As in any population controlled environment (like dungeons), a companion would count against the home's population cap.
    PC NA(no Steam), PvE, mostly solo
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