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#130354 - 12/26/05 02:05 PM Re: Dungeon Siege II
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lol Works like magic, doesn't it? I had a hard time finding that tricky little lever too.
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#130355 - 12/27/05 01:45 AM Re: Dungeon Siege II
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I've just met up with Evangalina. What a little snob! Unfortunately I have to take her with me to Snowbrook Haven. I didn't want to give up my nature mage, so had to give up Finalia, who've I've made into a really strong death mage.

Evangelina keeps jumping in where she shouldn't, and I have to keep pumping her full of potions. I can't wait to get Finalia back.

I'm having a lot of fun collecting the special sets. I have so many different things now that it's hard to decide which to use!

Has anyone played a second time around past the mercenary stage? I think I'll give that a try once I've been through it once.

Jean
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#130356 - 12/27/05 07:34 AM Re: Dungeon Siege II
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Nope on the play again, well that's not right I did try just a piece of it..have it still on board Jean, so let me know and I'll try with you..irght now, I'm so in love with M&M that it's hard to pry myself from it.

Santa did bring me 2 games this Christmas..Bard's Tale and Simon the Sorcerer..loaded and on board!

Eva is a good fighter, I think when I took her, I left Lothlar at the Inn, and kept my mages ( I was a ranger)..

Remember to take her back to the location of the burned out caravan.

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#130357 - 12/27/05 09:33 AM Re: Dungeon Siege II
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Thanks, Ingie! Lothar is at 31 now, so I hate to give him up. Plus, his armor is up really high. I have Eva doing dual wield, so she doesn't have a shield, and her armor is lower yet. Hopefully I'll find something for her soon.

I haven't been to the burned out cavern yet, so thanks for the tip. wave

Jean
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#130358 - 12/27/05 10:09 AM Re: Dungeon Siege II
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Jean, wave

That's where the main story kicks in again.

I understand about Lothlar, but I really wanted my magic folks to level up..
Eva is a really good fighter, and you'll soon be glad you have her around..just use her as you will..she's strong and wins most fights for you..
I think I used her as a Knight with shield and long sword, hard to remember..but I think she'll be great with 2 weapons..tough lady, I liked her.

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#130359 - 01/01/06 12:04 AM Re: Dungeon Siege II
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I finally made it to Act 3 tonight! I'll tell you, that dragon, Talon, scared the heck out of me when he crashed through that wall at the end of Act 2. scared I've seen a lot of dragons in a lot of games, but this one had to have been the scariest.

So far I'm keeping up with all the secondary quests, except for the one where you find and give the regents to the mage to make a special enchantment. I'm not really enchanting anything, so I let that one go. I'm still working my way through the Arena, too. I've finished 6 levels, and so far the 7th has been too hard for me.

The ghosts are interesting, and make me so sad when I hear their tales. cry

And how about that killer chest in Snowbrook Haven? I can't tell you how many times it killed me before I finally got it. rotfl

Jean
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#130360 - 01/01/06 07:18 PM Re: Dungeon Siege II
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Heellllpp!! I'm stuck again. I'm on the quest for the Pet Seller Galeron to get the Mithrilhorn. Khortos the Wise said to meet him at the Rift Gate. Bot my strategy guide and the one online say to go northeast of the teleporter site and all run into him. All I find northeast is the Peaceful Oasis, where Deru found the last of her treasure. I can see an archway beyond the entrance to the oasis, which I'm assuming is the gate, but I can't seem to get there. Any ideas?

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#130361 - 01/01/06 07:32 PM Re: Dungeon Siege II
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hahahaha! It took me 8 minutes from the time I posted to find it. rotfl And I had been looking for hours.

Jean
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#130362 - 01/01/06 11:28 PM Re: Dungeon Siege II
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Glad you found it, Jean, some things are hard to locate in this game!
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#130363 - 01/02/06 01:21 PM Re: Dungeon Siege II
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rotfl Those chomping chests always made me jump, and by the time I did something, my poor little party would be dead. Sounds like you're making great progress! Oh, and I never got anything worthwhile with doing the enchantments, so I stopped doing that - too much stuff for the taking along the way to bother.
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#130364 - 01/02/06 04:51 PM Re: Dungeon Siege II
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Hi Jean,
Just one note about switching companions, switch the armor too. Before sending someone to inn, take all the armor so you can use it on someone else. I really liked Eva more than Lothar, I picked her up when she was few levels below my party, but she cathes up.
Happy New Year to All!
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#130365 - 01/03/06 12:56 AM Re: Dungeon Siege II
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Thanks, Jeja, that's a good idea! wave I have Eva as a dual weapon knight, Lothar as a knight with shield, and Sartan as a two-handed weapon knight. I keep Lothar with me but switch between Eva and Sartan. Now I have good armour sets for both two-handed and dual wield -- so much fun trying to decide who gets what. rotfl

I am a fire combat mage, and I also have Taar as an ice nature mage who I keep with me. Finella is a death combat mage. Whew. I haven't done much with my archers lately. I can see I'll have to play it again to be able to add my people in.

I'm sooo addicted to this game. The other day outside I almost smashed a vase. rolleyes (Just kidding!)

Jean
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#130366 - 01/03/06 07:37 AM Re: Dungeon Siege II
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Good group you got going there Jean!!
You've left plenty of room for a pet or ranger if needed..
This game is constant fast on the action, makes you stay on your toes

I enjoyed the game a lot too..and just refused to rush with it..knowing it would end all to soon as it was.

Have to tell you though M&M has now stolen my heart..and I tried a bit of the Bard a Santa gave me..right up my sacastic manner... rotfl

Ingie laugh
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#130367 - 01/03/06 08:40 AM Re: Dungeon Siege II
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Hi Ingie:

One of these days I'll get around to M&M. Isn't the Bard funny? I still have the game loaded and may do it again someday.

Last night I completed the Sartan's Suspicion quest. Poor Sartan! I felt sorry for the big guy.

Jean
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#130368 - 01/03/06 05:49 PM Re: Dungeon Siege II
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