17 thoughts on “Let’s Play The Council Episode 2 Part 1 – Lord Mortimer [Hide and Seek PC Gameplay]

  • 24 septembre 2018 at 10:29
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    man they actually put a lot of effort into it, a lot of other playthroughs don't get any of this because of the decisions from the previous episode

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  • 24 septembre 2018 at 10:29
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    ‚ÄėYou're not off the hook yet Piaggi. [‚Ķ] I don't like it when people get chummy with me.‚Äô
    I do like Welonz the detective!
    Also, your pronunciation of Westfordshire (at 5:50) was perfect, Welonz. It was so spot on that when you did an awful English accent in a later episode, I had to come back to check whether I was dreaming when I heard it.

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  • 24 septembre 2018 at 10:29
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    I just realised that because of my choices in episode one I did not have any of this stuff. My episode two started essentially where your part 4 starts.
    Wow. That's why this felt so extremely short..

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  • 24 septembre 2018 at 10:29
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    The first episode was unexpectedly tasty. Hope this one delivers as well.

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  • 24 septembre 2018 at 10:29
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    Hmm I remembered Louis as more or less the newbie with very low power and influence in this circle of elites, and now he's the one in charge of the investigation and can search and interrogate anyone, that change was really weird.

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  • 24 septembre 2018 at 10:29
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    Peru, who to the best of my knowledge is fictional, seems like a believer in the French Revoluntary cause, although which phase of it would require me to hit up the books and check dates. Napoleon is the guy whose coup of the French government is one of the accepted end points of the revolution. At the very least Peru is probably a republican, in the sense that he supports the French Republic. Napoleon is less ideogically commited to anything but himself, though a great many of his reforms and changes to the law codes persisted after his removal from power.

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  • 24 septembre 2018 at 10:29
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    Would you play Season 1 and 2 of Telltales Walking Dead if you get round to it please?

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  • 24 septembre 2018 at 10:29
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    It's disappointing to see the performance issues still persisting, even with the lowering of settings. I guess they are going for that authentic Telltale experience.

    The story is at least still interesting even if there are some strange sections that don't entirely make sense (like the meeting with Lord Mortimer).

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  • 24 septembre 2018 at 10:29
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    "This is valuable information, it shouldn't be lying around!" takes it lol Louis. Maybe just for safekeeping, sure ūüėÜ

    Also, "Do you enjoy hitting women?" is a strange way of wording that question. That's sure to entrap someone no matter how they answer.

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  • 24 septembre 2018 at 10:29
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    Already back at it, Welonz, what a nice morning surprise!
    You're right, it was Holm who mentioned restoring an orphanage, however he was talking about an orphanage in Bloomsbury, while Peru is aiding one in Paris.

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  • 24 septembre 2018 at 10:29
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    "who says it's a woman!?" this game is so weird, i love it

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  • 24 septembre 2018 at 10:29
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    Clicked on this before I got the notification! Thank you Welonz, right now I'm excited about this one and more Omensight (pleeeease tell me there's more soon!).

    EDIT: Seems like the 'proper' intro for Lord Mortimer is if you slept with Emily (yes, Welonz missed having alone time with a Duchess!) and then next morning Mortimer showed up, saying he wants to talk to you. It'd then makes much more sense for the first scene of this episode to happen, instead here it's weird that you're immediately ruled out a suspect and Mortimer shows up out of nowhere.

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  • 24 septembre 2018 at 10:29
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    One of the perks of insomnia – getting to see Welonz' surprise Council upload. Take your meds and stuff them, doc!

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