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  1. I bought the royal edition off steam, and the out-of-game bonuses are nowhere to be found. I've looked everywhere on the machine I can think of, starting with my steam folder and moving on from there. It isn't where it is supposed to be. I've heard it is supposed to be in \\...\Pillars of Eternity\ (separate from the Docs folder, which is there but contains only the readme and the game manual). This is getting incredibly frustrating. Please let me know if I should ask this in another forum.
  2. Does this mean that there are no set bonuses? Because in the case of Fulvano, both the gloves and the amulet give a boost to reflex; having them not work together seems... really really strange.
  3. I've gone to the lighthouse, come back, and the woman is nowhere to be found... help?
  4. For some reason I don't have those. It turns out I'm both a backer (I'd genuinely forgotten) and I have the Royal edition, and this is getting astoundingly frustrating. I also can't seem to link accounts, so there is that, too...
  5. If you have I think royal edition, than your guide will be in your steam directory. If you pledged separately for strategy guide, than you go to the backer portal, products and just download it. I I got the whole thing, that is, the "most DLC" edition (which I think was the Royal edition, but may have been the Champion edition, or possibly an edition named after some element currently unknown to man), off Steam. When I look in ...\steam\steamapps\common\Pillars of Eternity\Docs\ the only thing I have is the Manual. Steam insists that the guide has been installed, and that is where I
  6. Is this the steam one? Because I can't for love nor money figure out where the steam guide is supposed to be located. Am I supposed to download it from here? I wouldn't have thought so, but what do I know?
  7. (For those not familiar, I'm referencing the characters in Steven Brust's Phoenix Guards books. If you don't know what I'm talking about, no problem. I mean, you life is hollow and empty, devoid of all joy, meaning, and adventure, but otherwise, no problem. They are a series of adventures in the style of Dumas' Three Musketeers, written in a lovely pastiche of the style of those novels. They are brilliant, and if you haven't read them, you should go and bring some light into your benighted existence. Ahem. It is possible that in my love of those novels I get a bit carried away... In any e
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