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  1. "Ceiling – Roof Hidden Box" doesn't give gauntlets of accuracy +5 on day 9, but instead a ring of overseeing. Day 10 is a cape of withdrawal as expected, so this might just be a single change. Actually, now I reloaded the game again right before I looted the ring overseeing, and now it does give the gauntlets. Something strange is going on.
  2. This is a tiny bug, but it might also affect other interactions. If you choose to give Sweynur 3 beers and you have the items in your stash (and not in anyone's personal inventory), then zero beers will be removed, but the quest will still complete: Save file: https://www.dropbox.com/s/w6aecw3bx2yceuo/d27d6ae8-7ec6-4f11-9979-253fb2f12ed0%20quicksave.savegame?dl=0
  3. This is the date I see when I spawn in the camp at the very beginning of the game: And this is the date I see at the end of Cilant Lis: It doesn't seem to affect anything, but it's weird.
  4. Just to clarify what it looks like in the current version. The top right enemy targets Calisca... ... but oh no! There's no way he could possibly reach her! So he just waits... Until my monk kills the enemy to the left... ... but oh no again! My monk has moved forward and cut off the path! The enemy now runs in place for a few seconds like he's on a treadmill. Until he finally figures out how to go around the side: And after all that work to reach Calisca, he immediately switches targets to the monk anyway (even though he could have applied flan
  5. Observed with the Glanfathan leader at the end of the tutorial - he rapidly targets each member of the party in order, but never actually attacks. Possibly the same bug as reported here. I wish it were solidly reproducible, but it merely has a very high chance of occurring in that battle. Screenshots: Savegame: https://www.dropbox.com/s/0unumyt7tks1a4q/7cd0b93d-f66b-4b08-afe8-b3a2ee12bce0%20quicksave.savegame?dl=0
  6. This issue is still unchanged; at this point, I assume the DR bypass on IP and Twin Stones is intentional and this is simply a tooltip error.
  7. Both of your problems are probably due to the "Hiravias bug": https://forums.obsidian.net/topic/88124-game-breaking-bug-cannot-change-party-303/ The two known ways of fixing it are: 1) reload a game from a time before Hiravias got enough xp for level 7 and turn off auto-levelling before he levels 2) buy and install The White March part 2
  8. Note that Aarik didn't say that there would be another patch, just that it was a mistake to publically state that 3.03 was the last patch.
  9. The Priest spell "Searing Seal" should hit every enemy twice: once to apply the damage component, and once to apply the Blind effect. Instead, it hits four times (full screen screenshot linked for size): http://i.imgur.com/FnjFCA7.jpg The spell is only hitting one spinner here; if you look closely, you can see the two damage numbers stacking over its head. Two problems here: 1) this means Searing Seal deals twice the damage mentioned in its description; thus, either the description or the spell should be changed. 2) the fourth hit never seems to do anything, it's just an "a
  10. It's long been known that spells like Repulsing Seal and Warding Seal hit enemies with a lot more accuracy than is stated in their descriptions (both on the toolbar and in the text window); it would be nice to have the accuracy bonus listed openly and transparently, instead of having to determine it from the combat log.
  11. Iconic Projection has always bypassed enemy DR - I assume this has something to do with its unique mechanic. For proof, note this combat log against a 4 DR Ivory Spiderling: However, this mechanic has never been shown in the spell's description; ideally, a note about the DR bypass should be added.
  12. The 8th level Druid spell "Fire Stag" summons an animal that leaves a flaming trail/"Wall of Flame" behind. Unfortunately, this trail produces an error message in the combat log: Note that this does not affect the Wizard's Wall of Flame spell. To reproduce, level up the Druid, enter combat in one of the adjacent rooms, summon the Stag, and run it around the enemies for a bit. Save game: https://www.dropbox.com/s/i98l0ht4o435vqu/67c5419fad4745c3ac4b721bd0b4b631%207844429%20TempleofEothas.savegame?dl=0
  13. I have no clear idea how Infestation of Maggots is supposed to work. Its damage doesn't show up in the combat log, but when I observe it in combat (against enemies in the Temple of Eothas, save game attached), I absolutely cannot get it to go above 3 damage per tick, with approx. one tick per 3 seconds. If the enemy is near full endurance, I do 1 damage per tick, if they are near death, I can hit 3 damage per tick. If I interpret the description of "10 damage per percentage of endurance lost over [28] sec" correctly, then an enemy at half endurance should take 500 damage over 28 seconds fr
  14. It's been known for a bit over a year now that the elemental boost talents like Scion of the Flame do not affect DoT damage or bard songs like "The Dragon Thrashed". If there is no change to these talents forthcoming, it would be best to mention these exceptions in the talent descriptions.
  15. The long form description for the Priest ability "Aggrandizing Radiance" claims that "Everybody receives less healing", but the healing modifier only affects the caster herself. The short form description ("User: -75% healing received") accurately describes the effect, so I assume that it's only a problem with the long form description, and not a bug with the ability.
  16. I hadn't realized this was still missing, otherwise I'd looked it up earlier - you can find it in five minutes with grep. In conversation with Roedric, two possible anti-Knights options: And two pro-Knights options: Simple!
  17. That bug's been in the game right from the start. It's either an extremely low priority issue for the devs, or they simply can't fix it.
  18. They disappear for me whenever I right click an ability on the hotkey bar. Super, super annoying.
  19. I really wish people would check their facts before making these kinds of statements. The Accuracy penalty of larger shields fully applies to spellcasting as well.
  20. It's worse than that because of the distinction between attack speed and recovery speed and the presence of "hard frames" that aren't affected by speed modifiers. Basically, Vicious Aim reduces your speed by a lot less than 20%, while Swift Aim increases it by a lot less than 20%. I don't think Swift Aim is ever worth taking over Vicious Aim.
  21. Perception now increases accuracy in the official expansion footage: https://youtu.be/I0GvsA6exuY?t=42
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