Favorite non-player character in a PC role-playing game that is. This may seem like an odd choice, but my pick is Dogmeat, the dog from the Fallout series. He never says a word (he's a dog, after all), but he follows you loyally into every fight, even to his (almost) inevitable doom.
I don't play many PC RPGs, so this is a tough question for me to answer... Perhaps someone from Knights of the Old Republic.
The Many from System Shock 2 was a pretty cool... collective. It wasn't exactly a single character, but "it" often talks to you throughout the game.
The professor, from Day of the Tentacle. Classic.
I would say the droid HK-47 from KOTOR 1 and 2.He's just an interesting character with some wierd sayings.
ChafferzThe professor, from Day of the Tentacle. Classic.
He was weird. But yeah, pretty memorable.
Wasn't he always jittery because he drank a lot of coffee? Or am I thinking of someone else?
Yeah, he was nuts. The whole. ... . sch'bang. Funny Character though, always made me chuckle.
Bob Page from Deus Ex. IMO, that was an RPG as well as an FPS and stealth game.
I was wondering today what someone called JC DENTON would post as his favourite character.. knowing that it would be from Deus Ex. :P