Like the guy on the previous page, when I play a ranger I always charm animals that attack and send them off across the map.
I always store everything in the two tables outside the Copper Coronet.
I never have more than four people in my party, and only summon on demand so that the members go in the direction that I want instead of the oppossite way.
I always get bored ****less with crappy linear dungeon crawls, cheesy 'save or die' spells and stupid inflexible game systems while I'm in the underdark and uninstall the game, only to reinstall it a few weeks later when I'm really bored and start again with a different character. (God I need a 100% Bioware/D&D free rpg!)
I always sell everything at the shadow thief guild, so I don't get spammed with the 'I don't accept fenced items' crap - ever!
Before I even play a new install I always make a shortcut directly to BGMain.exe so I don't get spammed for registration time after time after time.
Everytime I play I whack the esc key four times so I don't get spammed with friggin corporate logos.
I click through all the dialog as fast as I can so I don't have to read it yet again - sometimes I just take whatever transpires from picking the 'wrong' answer.
I fantasise about rpg gameworlds where outdoor areas are plentiful and are more than just window dressing for *yet another* dungeon (yawn).
I quit the game repeatedly and visit the Dungeon Siege, PoR2, NWN (maybe 3e sucks less?), Morrowind and Arcanum sites in the hope that one of them will be released and end the drought since the original BG