7 More Essential Tips For Divinity Original Sin 2

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26 thoughts on “7 More Essential Tips For Divinity Original Sin 2

  • September 30, 2017 at 00:36
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    What tips do you have for Divinity Original Sin 2?

  • October 8, 2017 at 21:59
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    Lock a npc in conversation with one character, then you can easily sneak behind them and pickpocket/empty their shelves with another character.

  • October 9, 2017 at 19:34
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    I think an undead lizard would make the best rouge

  • October 9, 2017 at 20:42
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    If stealing isn't for you you can always level up lucky charm and check every single crate to check if there is juicy loot inside. That is particularly handy if you are playing as lone wolves because of the lack of civil points and allows to not go to the ship every time you need respec.

  • October 20, 2017 at 11:09
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    Are you treated differently in the game if you are not stealing at all? Can the characters spot if I'm selling them their own stuff? Are there any insentives at all to not steal, as I see a lot of awesome gear and books on people and I honestly wonder if I can get this stuff a little easier?

  • October 21, 2017 at 09:57
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    My main tip after playing 46 hours with my friend, is controller couch coop is damn fun. You can split your party in to two characters each, on two screens each have their own. And when it comes to a fight, if the screen becomes one and it bugs you, simply hit "start" when it's not your turn, and it makes the active player's display one single display. With controllers, you move the analogue stick to move your character and that can make it feel even more interactive than clicking to have them walk. Also don't feel too worried about the UX because there's a discrete controller based UX that is surprisingly well done and very effective. So 2 screen couch coop, use controllers, use that start button, and get your fun on.

  • October 25, 2017 at 18:08
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    Maybe the most underrated game of the decade. Thought I'd hate it but it's already in my all-time top 3.

  • October 31, 2017 at 11:40
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    This is literally the best game I've ever played. And I've never been into turn based rpgs. If this isn't goty, then that distinction means nothing

  • January 1, 2018 at 10:33
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    with teleport you can teleport people above other people. that person then falls doing damage to both them and the person they fall on

  • January 8, 2018 at 18:57
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    I was a huge Baldurs Gate nerd, you can imagine how this game feels for us somewhat older gamers. Its like they fused the new tech with age old experience. Oh man I pity the players of today with their dumbed down bs games. All are an insult to our neurones.
    Divinitys greatest achievement lies in the fact that opens an former almost hermetic game-play system and makes it digestible also for new "Gen" average minds. No morons are allowed in this game and this is good so. RPG at its best. 9/10 (for the simple reason that perfection should be unattainable)

  • February 25, 2018 at 18:31
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    Thumbs up for the first one, just watching this one now. Thank you for this!

  • March 27, 2018 at 23:14
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    If you are undead, cast living on the edge on yourself, then shackles of pain on enemy, then drink giant health potions

  • May 25, 2018 at 14:00
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    i really like playing this game as lone wolf. i just have difficulting on all the side stuff. unlocking chests for amazing equipment or spells. high persuasion. lore for those enchanted items. thievery for free skill books or coin. lone wolf doubles stats and skills but not the ones you use for the open world. i really wish they would double everything since there is only half the available options for ppl wanting a larger challenge.

  • June 12, 2018 at 22:35
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    put opportunist talent to your melee character
    teleport enemy next to your melee character
    if the enemy trying move away from your melee character, you melee character would automatically attack him.

    learn executioner talent for melee character
    if that character killed an enemy during fight, it will gain free 2AP.

    if you having trouble with big bad werewolf fight since he's got several minions that continually buffing him, multiplying his damage physical attack damage, just wear off his magic armor then cast dominate mind to him. He will be charmed and joins your side for one turn and watch in awe as he one shot some of his minions.

    ultimate ninja builds
    ~weapons : dual wield knife
    ~attributes: finesse and wits (wits increase critical chance 1% for every point)
    ~talent : executioner (gain 2 ap for killing an enemy), hothead (crit and accuraccy +10% when hp is full), mnemonic (free 3 memory slots), parry master (dodge +10% for dual wield), opportunist (if enemy standing next to you move, you'll automatically attack him) turturer (status effect you inflict to enemy last longer) what a rush (gain 1 ap when your hp below 50%)
    ~learns all instant teleportation skill : teleportation, nether swap, phoenix dive, tactical retreat and cloack and dagger
    ~learn polymorph skill : invisibility (turn invisible) and maybe chicken claw (turn enemy to be a chicken)
    ~learn some scoundrel skill, most important is : backslash(teleport behind enemy and attack them), throwing knife (just imagine as ninja shuriken or kunai), rapture tendon (awesome skill that make enemy take damage as they move, good combo with chicken claw) sleeping arm (render enemy unable to use non magical skill) terrifying cruelty (bleed enemy and terrify him, terrified enemy will trying to move away from you and wont attack, great combo with opportunist talent and rapture tendon), fan of knife (just like throwing knife but it target all enemy in range at once), adrenaline (gain 2 ap for one turn, next turn lost 2 ap, combo with elf's flesh sacrifice skill for more ap in one turn)
    ~learn warfare skill : battle stomp (knocking enemy down always a good choice)
    ~some additional skill : vampiric hunger (life steal for 2 turns), ice fan (ice shuriken than freeze enemy) vampiric hunger aura (give life steal benefit for ally around you), evasive aura (raise dodge chance 90% for you and ally around you).
    there you got a most badass go anywhere, backstabber and the most ninja-like class you ever get in this game.

  • June 22, 2018 at 01:04
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    Teleport also does physical dmg. Anything that you teleport will also dmg anything that is touching its targeting circle. the bigger the targets targeting circle, the more area is effected. Useful for ripping through enemy armor.
    🙂

  • June 28, 2018 at 08:22
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    I forgot how to use runes. Can you remove them from items if you want to sell the item and put the rune on a better piece?

  • August 20, 2018 at 02:46
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    Lvl up aero, sky shot, tactical retreat and pin down…and theyll never move again

  • September 22, 2018 at 09:57
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    You can craft lockpicks by combining any hammer and nails. Crafting in general can give you a huge advantage in this game. Hybrid skillbooks are another good example.

  • October 3, 2018 at 01:20
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    Stuck on a difficult fight?

    Simple break off one character and get them to talk to the bad guy, whilst they're talking to the enemy teleport them along the road to someone who can actually fight. Boom take down that pesky level 15 witch at level 10 and get some decent loot

  • October 4, 2018 at 22:02
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    Make sure everyone has the escape artist ability, have your pyramids. When low on life attack and flee, restore your life, and use the pyramid to come back into battle.

  • October 7, 2018 at 22:28
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    On the topic of Teleportation, you can pass around the Gloves of Teleportation you get from the Crocs.. the crazy thing is that you can be on the other side of the map and still pass things around in your inventory! Good for teleporting someone up a ledge, passing the gloves on, and then teleporting the other.

  • October 29, 2018 at 09:45
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    My tip: Every Npc is worth some experience so if your playing the game for a second time and you know who is going to already die plot wise Kill them yourself, collect that sweet xp (once you make sure they serve your no purpose that is.)

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