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#134527 - 06/19/03 12:06 AM Re: Divine Divinity Started
nickie Offline
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Syd, are you really sure you don't want to go back to a save before you went into the castle???You're not going to have your teleporter stones for a while...Oh, and the cattle rustler quest, look to the poor section of town. For the washing dishes, have you dragged everything into your bucket, and then picked them back up before you talk to the cook?
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#134528 - 06/19/03 12:35 AM Re: Divine Divinity Started
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Hi nickie - I already decided after being in the castle for a bit to try this part later when I'm a bit stronger and have more potions etc.

I went to the Archer's Guild and found the little boy whose parents are being held hostage. Killed the mercenary and the chief bandit guy and got one key but am not sure where to look for the one the little boy dropped.

I'll head back to the poor part of town and see if I can discover who that cattle rustler is laugh

I went down the into the cave that had the poison and destroyed all the barrels - then went back to Hugh. I still must be missing something because the quest is still showing not completed. Think I'll head back to the cave and look around again - must have missed something down there.

I also cleaned out the spider cave - yuck - I'll have nightmares for weeks on that one.

I'm about DD'd out right now - my eyes are crossing so I think I'll call it a night and see if the morning brings any new insights.
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#134529 - 06/19/03 02:59 AM Re: Divine Divinity Started
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There should be a baddie living in the cave with the poison, and he has a key - wherever that key fits, will solve the quest (big conspiracy, ya know).It'll tie in to another quest.
For the key to the kid's house, I think I found it by pressing alt north of the house. Be sure and save before you go in, kinda tricky.
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#134530 - 06/19/03 08:33 AM Re: Divine Divinity Started
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That quest generates alot of subquests and experience points. How high in levels should you be before being blessed and killed? Went up five levels after the blessing to level36 but not sure that's enough has bought it with the dragon.
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#134531 - 06/19/03 09:30 AM Re: Divine Divinity Started
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Gad I can't keep track of what quests I have now. I'm thinking I may avoid the kidnapped victims for a bit longer lol I got the key from the orc I killed down in the poison cave and Hugh has no clue where it fits so it's off to find something it works in.

Found the cattle thief (but I didn't turn him in, so that one quest I guess I failed). I had been down there before but because I never talked to Tom first it didn't tell me that it looked like someone was butchering cattle - I just remember seeing lots of meat whistle

Missed talking to Balin the first time through the poor town so now I have another quest - to find a stolen necklace. 'Cept I have no idea where to look or what it looks like. Luckily I haven't sold any jewelry other than gems. Hopefully the guy that stole it didn't pawn it somewhere laugh
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#134532 - 06/19/03 11:10 AM Re: Divine Divinity Started
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Syd, I got the polymorph skill by picking up a book in one of the caves. It lets you change an enemy into a friendly animal like a frog or a rabbit. However, you only get experience points if you kill the animal after. Sometimes I've had to polymorph a whole crowd of baddies and then pick off the little critters later. Then teleport to a bed because it drains your mana.

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#134533 - 06/19/03 11:50 AM Re: Divine Divinity Started
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I found out the hard way that the little critters you polymorph eventually turn back into themselves if you don't kill them. lol

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#134534 - 06/19/03 12:08 PM Re: Divine Divinity Started
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Yep I got the polymorph skill and used it just to see what it would do. I then spent half an hour chasing a frog around lol Next time I froze the sucker and blasted him with my metorite skill whistle
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#134535 - 06/19/03 01:07 PM Re: Divine Divinity Started
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lol Syd, that was more my style as well, and I hated having to kill cute stuff, rather bash ugly monsters. But Rowan, you're sure right - it can be helpful in a bad situation!
As for the key Syd, let me know if you need help. I think re the cattle rustler, you get points either way. Isn't it interesting how some of the quests give you a moral choice?
And...I don't think the kidnapped family is too difficult for you, there just are a lot of wrong ways to go about it, thus the save.
Acornia, I don't know, depends on your strategy I guess. I think I was a 37 at the blessing. Did you get the divine weapon before you were blessed? And do you have high spiritual stats? That helps a lot - and if you don't, helps to get the (mental blank) little things you put on your stuff to up your stats. laugh
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#134536 - 06/19/03 02:05 PM Re: Divine Divinity Started
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No just wondering if should complete the dragon suit first. Missing the amulet for the trio. Will work on the spirtual stats. Any way of getting back into Dr Elrath's house? Cured two of the plague victims but got another one or two to do.
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#134537 - 06/19/03 04:31 PM Re: Divine Divinity Started
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Syd and Rowan
Well my goodness, a girl leave for a few days and look what happens.
First off, didn't mean to confuse you about the old man and his son that was killed by troll, he doesn't ask for you to do anything, but he's quite happy when you avenge his son's death.
Syd, you're leveling FAST, lots of loot still out there!!Rowan, where you at??
this game took me 3 months to play, have no idea how many hours and I loved going back and killing the dudes that got the best of me first time around-well, 2nd and 3rd time around too.
Did you get the guy in the Orchard?? I was wondering, didn't read that on the strands, but egads I missed a lot of fun stuff-
Syd, I made sure I did all the quest everywhere before going to Stormfist, that's another whole mess of yikes there, as I'm sure you caught on to, with that brief but unpleasant visit. Did you do the Abbey??You should be able to have some fun there. How about the sewages been there??
I remember the quest at the Archer's Guild, I'm with Nickie, you'll be able to help there and get good points to boot-place to stay too if I remember correctly.
Oh, and of course some goodies!
Oh, I'll just have to go back and reread everything to catch up with you two.
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#134538 - 06/19/03 06:24 PM Re: Divine Divinity Started
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Acornia, the dragon armor is really expensive to fix,and breaks easily, and I dropped it in the wastelands, using some great armor I picked up there from a dead imp. You can get back in Elrath's house, but if you turned him in, you'll have to lockpick to get in (unless you didn't pick up the key in the first place, I don't know if it would still be there or not). However, there are only the two potions for the plague victims (some people have been able to pickpocket the potion after they give it to one person,and give it to the third person, but I had no luck with that, and it just gave me bad reputation points).
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#134539 - 06/19/03 06:27 PM Re: Divine Divinity Started
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Hi Ingie

Yep I got the assassin thumbsup And I just got through with the upper part of the abbey (good grief that was a battle and a half) whistle And I'm sure I'll be going out in a heart beat <img border="0" title="" alt="[Razz]" src="tongue.gif" />
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#134540 - 06/19/03 06:32 PM Re: Divine Divinity Started
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Syd, you can actually leave off going into the castle until you've done just about everything else you can do (including the Dark Forest eek .) It saves you the pain of having to be without your teleporter pyramids for too long. Once you've done everything else (!) and are leveled up some more, go into the castle. It will be a lot easier and faster to get your pyramids back then.

I enjoyed DD a lot and am now playing Morrowind. Talk about a big game and lots of quests! I'd give my right arm for some little blue flags right about now lol

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#134541 - 06/19/03 07:20 PM Re: Divine Divinity Started
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Hi Marian thumbsup
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