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  1. As far as I can see the only thing that matters is the ones listed as positive or negative for your specific paladin. The taltent "untroubled faith" removes the effect of the ones from the negative selections. The ones that are not listed seems to not matter. I am currently level 5 and have the following levels: Clever 1 Stoic 2 Diplomatic 1 Rational 2 Deceptive 1 I am goldpact, and the positive ones are rational and stoic. The negative are passionate and agressive. I have taken all the possible dialouges with stoic and rational. The diplomatic one was the first to increase to rank 1. From somewhere on the web I found that the "faith and conviction" works in levels. So you need a a total of 1, 4, 6, something (cant recall the excact levels) in total to have a different modifier. But from my memory it has been increasing linearly along with the points in reputation. So currently my faith&con gives: +9 def, +18 rest. ( this would be based on a total of level 4: 2 stoic, and 2 rational)
  2. Ahhh, thanks a lot. I was wondering if I was going mad with bad math skills ) I was wondering why he was so overpowered compared to my main char. So basically accuracy should be the same for all characters at the same level without buffs and talents? Makes more sense. Thanks!
  3. How is accuracy calculated? I have Eder as a fighter who barehanded has 72 accuracy at level 5. My main character, a paladin, has a barehanded accuracy of 43 at level 5. Why is there this difference? I cannot find anywhere that states how accuracy is calculated. This is as far as I can see without any specific buffs or anything. They do not have talents in barehanded fighting. Why is there this huge difference?
  4. And relkated to XP, does the NPCs show up with XP adjusted to your level? OR if you miss on euntil later, will he be several level behind?
  5. Hi! I was just wondering if anyone has figured out exactly how experience works? I just finished a quest and got the following message: Party gained 1188 experience. Total quest experience 2376. What does the "total quest xp" mean? Is that just a tally of all the experience I got during the quest? Does that include combats and XP for minigames already listed? And if so, how does the game handle it if I kill stuff related to other quests while this one is active? Or is it only a tally of the minigames/interactive sotries that are related to the quest? Also I have seen a couple of times the xp tally showing something like: you gained 67/245 experience point. What does that mean? Hope you guys can help me out! Thanks in advance!
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