Divinity II Ego Draconis
I find myself needing a bit of help with one of the side quests in this game.
I've almost finished the Gremory side quest.
I found the chest, but i can't find the safety button.
I've tried looking at a guide i found online, it says to press the button not where the button is. I've already searched every inch of the chest location.
Also, this thread is open to everyone that has a problem in this game.
Edit: Ah, Crap. Just remembered that i forgot to talk to Katherine Gremory in my current playthrough of the game. I'll get the chest on my next save, in which i *did* talk to her.
Still need a location on that button though. Unless You can only find it *after* mindreading all three Gremorys.
EDIT: Decided to open another post as this deals with another problem.
I've pretty much killed everything killable in Stones Fortress.
Of the Aleroth items i've found 9 of 10.
For those needing it, here is a list of the items i've found.
Aleroth: Warhammer, Ring, Belt, Necklace, Earrings, Cuirass(chest piece), Leggings, Gauntlets, Bracelet.
Where do i find the Helmet?
Not that i can wear the damn things as they require a blasted Intelligence 45-47 setting.
I'm pretty sure i've searched every damn island in this fortress.
Divinity II - The Dragon Knight Saga
Got this copy of the game in the mail 30 minutes ago, and already on start-up my opinion is, *HOLY *****.
So far, this version of the game is WAAAAAAAY better graphically than my older copy of DII -Ego Dragonis.
Yep, it's a pretty good game. Haven't played the predecessor (Divine Divinity), or the original Ego Draconis, but the Dragon Knight Saga is pretty entertaining and the best part is that it can stand on its own, meaning that I don't feel like I missed something in regards to the story by not playing Divine Divinity.
I like the fact that the combat is real-time (with the option to pause) instead of turn-based, but is still stat-based. The number of skills and spells is pretty good too, along with the number of levels each skill/spell has and yet this game is in the dreaded action RPG category. Makes me think (as much as it pains me to say it) that even Bioware could learn a thing or two from this game.
I have to admit that i got a bit of a laugh from the 'Terminator' beginning to Flames Of Vengeance.
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