I went through the game, choosing the most difficult, against the game choices that I could find and discovered that there's points where things just don't seem to work. I think if you're going to allow this sort of choices (and you don't have to) they should be fleshed out a little more.
If you choose not to go to the meetings, and then don't fight for Breden and end up being rescued from the prison you still have the following choices.
"Why weren't you up at the shack with the others?"
"Why wasn't I invited to the meeting?"
"How do you think the Imperials knew to go to the shack?"
"Why didn't you try to stop the Harrowing?"
I just stare at her, the doubts obvious in my eyes.
I didn't know that the shack was their regular meeting place. I wasn't invited to any meetings, I was avoiding them.
"Xthonos damn you. If the Alastors catch me, they'll gut me. But now I can't go looking for the outlaws either, because you'll call me a traitor to them."
The thing is, Breden is more charming and charismatic than I am in this playthrough. Why would they believe me, an aristrocrat, instead of Breden, a helot?
The jump from this path to meeting Zvad and being a leader of the bandits is extremely jarring. There feels like there should be something else in there. Hmm I see it does come later, the explanation. I think in a story that would work. In this game though it just leaves the previous passages being confusing.
Also, there shouldn't be the option to just not find any methods for getting supplies. I severely doubt that 41 bandits would accept me as their leader, and then die because I refused to tell them what to do. I think they'd overthrow me first.
There should be a choice other than seduce Suzanne/Simon, and leave them alone. As a noble, surely it would be good to have the only other noble as a friend? Especially if you've been nice and chaste too. Surely you could even hope something would develop between you.
Also it says Radmar's a member of my band, only I don't remember him being present and meeting up with us on this path. And I didn't know Elery's name. Speaking of which if she's such a brilliant strategist could I ask for her help on finding a way to feed everyone?