Maybe your main characters can only die during the cutscenes; the big decisions you make during conversations? So not during the actual fighting itself. At least in most games your 'companions'/'teammates' can be revived during or after battle.
I read in the dev notices that the site has been showing some irregular downtimes. So it's not just us.
Snape's final addition to his crew was some big hairy creature. He's awful gonk The 4th one was a big lieutenant with a gun and I customized him to look like a Viking. When I summon I have a Insta-Viking rofl It's great for laughs. Of course I shouldn't forget his healer who is gay and wears eyeliner and lipliner. There was a romantic scene with his first adorable companion (the twi'lek). And since I didn't think Snape was the romantic type he didn't flirt with her, so she kised him instead (pulled him in - smooch) instead of the other way around rofl
I finished reading Brave New World (and wrote my summary) and I think the majority of people will really dislike the idea of this Utopia. But if you look at it from a neutral perspective: people are happy and are 'productive'. And as they're not aware that they lack freedom, it's not all that bad.
Today Windows 8 offered me Windows 8.1. It referred me to a stupid screenfilling app called the Store. And before it was finished loading it had reached a certain level of annoyance in me so I hit ctrl-alt-del to go back to my normal screen rofl I read about Windows 8.1 that it's better than the normal windows 8. But I've been using Classic Shell from the beginning; which makes it look like I'm using Windows 7 (or XP). So I'm not interested in trying it out. Not unless they say it's better than windows 7, and I read it isn't.
Oh I forgot about Liara. She's actually a rather likeable character too. Also because she had that 'lift enemies up in the air' skill. It reminds me of a fighting game (FX Fighter) where you could fight as a blue woman called Siren who could also lift people up in the air and then throw them to the ground.
I have Daft Punk's Harder Better Faster song in my head and I've figured out why: it's the perfect match with the book Brave New World. The book is about a utopia; sort of a world where humans beings are being created in factories. And that song symbolises progress and sounds like a continuous production process in a factory.
A radio at the workpalce? gonk If you have your own office it's fine.. but if other people are forced to listen to it as well. It would surely be a pain in my opinion. I generally turn the radio off in my presence.