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  1. Ogres and Wyrm (Wyrm are immune to slash or pierce - possibly when upgraded). And I read some user saying that Phantom can themselves summon some lesser entities. Didn't verify that.
  2. There is a lack of portraits for some races, notably Pale Elf women: there is only one portrait (and possibly a 2nd one with the hood). Orlan males: only 2 or 3 portraits. I am pretty sure there is only one Wild and only one Hearth portrait. I can't keep up the list, because I didn't spend so much time on it. But some fresh portraits would be very welcome. Thanks btw to all the people out there working on this!
  3. In the first game your learn that Woedica and Magran worked in concert against Eothas. Well, POEII acts like it's an actual fact that was passed on your during POE, but actually, it was just one of the hypothesis and one that you can suggest to Durance. Woedica made part of the plan and convinced Magran, Magran executed it.
  4. His voice acting sounds very much like the Gus Character from Breaking Bad, is it just a coincidence? https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0002064/?ref_=ttfc_fc_cl_t10 It is possible it is just a coincidence, because they pretty much share a common accent. But it is a bit farther than that, there is also the intonation and the way the voice plays out those dialogue lines. I tried to find if this actor was in POEII cast but didn't find anything, maybe I should spend some time on the credits of the game. Can anyone confirm or infirm this?
  5. This isn't a bug but I wasn't really sure where to post this. Foe target: Immunity to concentration attacks for 10 seconds. The issue here is ''Foe target'', I believe this aura makes party members immune to interrupts? So yes, even the ''concentration attacks'' is confusing, because the terminology ingame is ''interrupt attacks''.
  6. It's great but there are too many broken quests, and that's a no-no for this sort of RPG. When I say 'many' I mean MANY. If you do everything in the perfect order that was intended, you'll have no issue. Only, you would be a robot or a transcendental being to manage that. If you're just a basic human you'll cross 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 [...] broken quests with broken script. 1 is ok (if you are 'benevolent'), 2 is a bit problematic, beyond that you're just... really trying. I decided to stop after crossing THAT many broken quest. And they really revealed themselves to me after 30 hours playtime. Honestly I think the perfect time to start playing this game would be around september, so that the first DLC is released, and possibly empty of bugs (after 2 months of release).
  7. In my game, I waited a bit before showing myself up in order to witness some of the dialogue between his captors. But it seems I waited too long (sort of). I advance toward Oswald, and the cultist saw me, which opened a dialogue box, but my timing must have been perfect because one of the cultist go toward Osward - during the dialogue - and kill him. But the issue is that, the dialogue I have with the cultist is the same as if Oswald was alive and so, the skeleton of Oswald is talking like he was alive. Here is a screenshot: As you can see, Oswald it talking like nothing happened, but he is dead.
  8. I only use 4 of them. - The one which grants higher move speed. - The one which set frost trails/traps when I move I use them for skirmish in open maps (I was mostly using them for the first 40hours of the game) During combat: - the one which adds fire dot to party - the one which boost range attack (5 of my guys use guns) Otherwise, everything is pretty crappy; for that reason I find chanters not to be really well designed. The general idea is nice, but the execution not so.
  9. Character creation: - feats. perks etc. - some change to stats: Might: melee damages Resolve: concentration and heal Dexterity: accuracy (which would be/feel critical for range) Perception: maybe some %crits?? With some meaningful tiers to them. For instance if you get one stat to 20, you get a neat perk àla Arcanum. - Having more say on your starting skills for some classes: druid, priest etc. I don't think every priest is just as good as any other priest in one spell or one category of spell. - and a shop ending character creation where you can buy your starting equipment.
  10. Well spotted. I just thought the crazy armor was yet another bug.
  11. Basically they released Sword of the star II: ''Two or three years ago we had to publish games we couldn't really stand behind and that damaged our reputation, '' And now, they are just cautious, they don't want to release a product which sucks. 1/. This is good that they are cautious 2/. This is good that they are not willing to distribute a product which sucks Mostly, I think Paradox will just check if the game is not too buggy and does not present too many broken features. The rest is up to Obsidian.
  12. It's the usual question on a dev forum, what is certain is that the person in charge of sound and music created a thread and read through all comments.
  13. I got to admit I stopped it after 15 min, didnt like the tone of the reader.
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