I just stumbled upon your LP which I find kind of interesting. I always find it fascinating how different people respond to the module. I have played every version of the module since its initial release and I still find new things in the toolset -- even in your LP I found something new. What I found especially interesting in this thread were the number of people that were dismissive of the adult content and then a few pages later proceeded to post about games that are way more risque than AWDR. My personal observation has been that once people finally accept that there is adult content in the module they generally dislike the feeling of powerlessness in the PC. Especially in Part One, the character has very little combat power. Her enemies are almost always more powerful than her and combats can take quite a bit of resources to power past. However, if you don't try to play the game from a male perspective none of the combats are difficult in this game. I wrote a detailed walkthrough to demonstrate this point. In my walkthrough I use no cheats and play primarily as a Rogue with a splash of Ranger and Shadowdancer. I actually prefer to play the game as a Rogue with a splash of Monk, but that does require a minor cheat in raising the character's initial stats a bit because of the multi-ability dependency of the Monk class. However, my point still remains that the game is much easier if played from a more indirect view. For example, in Part One I have killed every enemy possible (aside from those that are immortal or constantly respawn, i.e., Dhorn Patrol) without even using a weapon in most instances. One of the items you missed early on was the ability to kill the Dhorn General on Princess street by poisoning his beer. It make for a much easier time. However, traps are ultimately the way to go in this game. With traps alone I have been able to essentially solo every combat in the game (ordering henchmen to stay behind when necessary since they don't really work with a trap/stealth build). The dragon in Part Two is especially easy to deal with solo using traps. About the Anden romance: You missed the best part. The Princess is essentially able to force Anden into sex right after the waterfall. It is very amusing and brings up some interesting questions about the Princess. You should at least look at it. Otherwise, basically the Anden romance works something like this: don't romance anyone else and don't annoy him. If that happens, at the very end of the game if you choose the cabin ending you end up with him. This scene at the waterfall is essentially the meat of the romance.