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someone has played the game,here's their impression
Liking it more and more,was a little uninterested at first but its sounding like a game i want to play
Man this thread has been quiet..
Anyway,out of interest does anyone else steal Radeka's source wand instead actually fighting her?I've only ever fought her once and it was during my first ever playthrough and she wiped out my entire party,ever since then I've always avoided fighting her
Radeka's the one you fight in the cave full of blood roses, right? I think I won by using Teleport on her and just stomping her ass to the ground, especially since she's got shite physical armor. Focus on her and you should be able to mop up the rest of the cave no problem.
Yeah, it took a bit of finagling but I wasn't going to let her just walk away.
> Radeka's the one you fight in the cave full of blood roses, right?
Not just her,all the monsters in the cave with her,that's why I typically avoid that fight,even if you kill her you still have to deal with them
Teaser for Divinity 3?◊
I bloody hope so
edit: Baldur's gate 3 maybe
Edited by Ultimatum on May 30th 2019 at 7:53:12 PM
That actually kinda just made me think of this instead.
this now plays on the homepage,hmmmmmmm
Bumping because this game will now be on the Nintendo Switch and also
A new patch has added a respec mirror to Fort joy,also Hero characters don't need the Pet pal talent anymore,also they increased the base action points of hero characters to 8
All of these gift bag bonuses are counted as mods and disable achievements if you care about that, so be mindful of that.
Not having petpall locks you out of lot interesting content,kinda a little late to have it as a default option but I'm glad they took the idea from the community and made it an official mod
Talents in general need a serious overhaul,their descriptions especially
So somebody recommended this game to me (II), and it recently released on the Switch. How much am I missing by not playing the first game?
There are some events discussed that I assume are from the first game, but they're treated as historical events that most people already know a fair amount about. So you'll suffer from a bit of As You Know aversion where people won't explain common knowledge to you, but you'll also be able to figure out the gist of what happened pretty fast.
That said, the impact of one big Reveal in the endgame will be kind of lessened if you haven't played the first game.
Edited by M84 on Sep 9th 2019 at 9:47:27 PM
Not even considering how much impact said reveal's center point gets hammered home again and again throughout the first full act of the game.
So uh to those who got the switch version, do you need NSO to do the cross save?
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