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In the second mission, Nova finds Raynor and says that if he had chosen to help her, she might be a little bit less cruel. I chose to help Nova over Tosh in all my playthroughs of the Wings of Liberty campaign.

Is there a way to link the HotS campaign to a WoL save file so that she knows I chose her over Tosh?

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Wow! I'm pretty suprised that game remember and use past quests to make better storyline. –  iber Mar 14 '13 at 9:30
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If you have an actual save game from your campaign where you chose Nova over Tosh the game should automatically pick that up. If you don't have a save game you get the canonical options.

This doesn't change her actions though, only her dialog.

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ok, probably a bug then... (I saw a lot of sound bugs when I lost a mission and restarted from a checkpoint). Her second dialog might've made me rage less on that part of the mission though. –  Hugo Trudel Mar 13 '13 at 13:57
    
Probably, I had lots of issues with Battle.net yesterday. Including losing my entire campaign progress on WoL for most of the day. –  Kexlox Mar 13 '13 at 14:04
    
I don't think this is correct. I chose Nova over Tosh in WoL, I have the saved game, and I got the [incorrect] canonical dialogue. Is there another version of the dialogue? –  seansand Mar 13 '13 at 17:04
    
Yes, she says something to the effect of, "Even though you helped me out with my Tosh problem, I've still got a job to do". Then proceeds with the rest of the event. –  Kexlox Mar 13 '13 at 17:10
    
that would piss me off, but not make me rage... –  Hugo Trudel Mar 13 '13 at 20:09
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There is nothing you can do, either way the action is still the same.

I was curious of that myself and I ran through all the missions on easy on WoL and she said "Although you helped me with my Tosh problem..."

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