I am waaay too lazy to post here. That gives you a some idea. I have been playing Pathfinder:Kingmaker. It is an oldschool style rpg. CRPG I guess you'd call it. Isometric. DnD magic and skillset. But it ain't Forgotten Realms. It's DnD but a different world. Familiar but not. Nice sidestep for me. It starts off ok. The place you are in is attacked. I wont spoil the where or the why, but you are attacked soon. You win, naturally, and are then, eventually given responsibilities. So far so normal. I can say without spoiling much you become a baron of a land. And you rule it. And boy do you gotta rule it. The ****in **** I did to save these peasants, and it just keeps coming. You can expand the barony...many times it would seem. Craft villages/build. Makes new villages, towns, citys and give over some responsibility to advisors. Holy **** though. I'm 50 hours in and I'm still adjusting, still learning. Story is...I dunno what it is yet? Like seriously. So much lore to absorb. I wont spoil it. Not sure sure how much to share either when you can play nice or nasty. DnD has a big wheel of "feelings". Lawful, Neutral and Chaotic. You can choose Good, Neutral or Evil in any of those settings. No I aint gonna explain that ****. Look online you lazy ****. I started Chaotic Good and I am currently Neutral Good...for those that know this stuff. Man..I am loving this game. The writing is..not the best. But the setting, and the gameplay? So much fun. I'm gonna be here a while. A friend took 233 hours. This is oldskool. Baldurs Gate 2 oldskool.