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    The ways of the shadowbeast: Gothic 1 as compared with Gothic 2 NotR

    I notice that shadowbeasts are awake and active during daylight hours in Gothic 1. This makes them a lot harder in the early game, in comparison with G2 NotR where they are nocturnal, so that during daylight hours you have a chance of jumping to them and getting in a whack or two before they know what's going on.

    I'm not sure if they sleep at nigh in Gothic 1, I don't like running around in the dark
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    Oh, they are up all day and night. I think basically only scavengers ever sleep in G1. Of course, wolves and other common animals also don't seem to sleep much in G2 either, so there's that.

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    You're right, most animals don't sleep in G1 or G2, except the scavengers. Many's the early morning I've run into sleeping scavengers I took for rocks - just one of the wonderful touches in these games.
    "All that matters is Strength." (Mercenary who hangs out in Onar's house)

    Healing potions: the case for addiction (Book title in Divine Divinity)

    "I've seen better times. Too little to live on, too much to die." (Farim, Gothic II Night of the Raven)

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