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#130197 - 11/08/05 08:48 AM DS 2 help!!!
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I ave got as far as Windstone Fortress. I have rescued 2 of the missing soldiers, Banos and Calden but the last one (Nolan)simply won't follow me back to the others. Can anyone help here ???

thanks

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#130198 - 11/08/05 10:08 AM Re: DS 2 help!!!
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If I'm remembering correctly, you have to move some of that wall so he can follow you.
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#130199 - 11/08/05 01:06 PM Re: DS 2 help!!!
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Thanks Nickie, tried it, it worked. Brilliant game, can't leave it alone.

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#130200 - 11/08/05 01:08 PM Re: DS 2 help!!!
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Great! So glad you're having fun with it! I loved all the color and detail, don't you? bravo
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#130201 - 11/08/05 02:00 PM Re: DS 2 help!!!
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I certainly loved the other two, I played them several times. This one though is fabulous. I feel it is more exciting than the others. It is certainly keeping me from doing anything else, even Fable which I have left for now. It will probably be played over and over. I was going to save this for christmas, but it kept calling to me from the shelf wave
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#130202 - 11/09/05 04:35 AM Re: DS 2 help!!!
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I have one more question. I appear to have 'lost' an item, I don't know where, but I need it for a further mission. frown

Is there anyway to go back on a previous save game ???

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#130203 - 11/09/05 05:14 AM Re: DS 2 help!!!
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No way on the previous save, but are you sure you lost it.
Items needed for quests, cannot be sold, no can a pet eat them..you may have dropped it, but I think the word "quest item" would grab your attention.

I found some items were placed not in inventory screen, but in the log book..can't remember all the tabs..but do go in and check there first.

I know a headress and a few other things for quest needs were there for me..

Let us know..and btw: what was it?

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#130204 - 11/09/05 05:25 AM Re: DS 2 help!!!
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Hi Ingie, it was the doll from quest 2 and I am sure I had it in my inventory.

Perhaps, as I love this game, I can start from the beginning again with a new character.

I am still thinking about that think

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#130205 - 11/09/05 05:35 AM Re: DS 2 help!!!
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In that quest, you should trade the doll for another item, I think it's elf ale or something like that..if you have that inventory, you're okay

You'll be trading items for this quest through all three Acts..

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#130206 - 11/09/05 05:39 AM Re: DS 2 help!!!
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I tried trading for the Elf Ale but she want's something in return, the doll, I only realised it was missing when I started Act 2.

I think I will start again and change my character a bit.

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#130207 - 11/09/05 05:46 AM Re: DS 2 help!!!
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Starting over isn't a problem,

but perhaps you didn't pick up the ale when you traded the doll..it has to be taken off the table by you or a member of your party.
Funny that cause they sure take it out of inventory for you rotfl

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#130208 - 11/09/05 05:52 AM Re: DS 2 help!!!
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I will give it another try and see what happens, but if I have to start again I can rethink my skills and actions happydance

I am sure to be back in any case.

Thanks Ingie

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#130209 - 11/09/05 03:18 PM Re: DS 2 help!!!
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I did that once - didn't pick up the item, I mean. I agree with you Nanjoan - the first one was fun, but they have made a lot of good changes with this one. Have fun!
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#130210 - 11/09/05 03:28 PM Re: DS 2 help!!!
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Hi Ingie and Nickie, well I started again and am doing quite well. I have got to find the prisoner next, but I am enjoying it. Definitely taking more care.

I didn't lose the doll this time and got the Elvin wine.

Ingie, I have sent a reply to your email.

It's almost 9.30 p.m. here and I have been on my machine most of the day. I think it's about time I had a break and a glass of something nice. No doubt I will be back worrying you again tomorrow.

Night Night

Nanjoan
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#130211 - 11/09/05 03:38 PM Re: DS 2 help!!!
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No worries, Nanjoan, happy to help if I can, so ask away. And do have a glass for me, would you? wink
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