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So how does Principi (major ending spoilers)


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Know where Uozaku (forgive my spelling) is?!

The other factions are looking for it and yet all Principi has to do is secure a boat?

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Only you know where it is. You either found that bronze dial with the exact location, if not you follow your soul fragment within Eothas.



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Hmm I thought for sure I took the Soul fragment back, and the bronze dial (the puzzle in the middle of that huana island?) I gave to the prince. But I do remember the mention of my Soul fragment.

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Also if you side with the principi that means you are piloting the ghost ship, so they literally just follow you.  The bigger question is how did the RDC find it, cause they were there waiting for me, and I sure didn't tell them where it was, or give them any items/lore than would help them find it.


Edited by Karkarov, 04 June 2018 - 07:18 PM.


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Yeah seriously just got to this part. The more I play the more I feel removed from the plot. How did Principi know where to go AT ALL if I didn't tell them? Same with RDC? I gave them no indication. And like I said I took back my Soul so that seems inconsistent and well. - sincerely frustrated fan

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You got most of your soul back not all of it. Some small fragments became part of Eothas. You generally know where he is because of your connection with him, similar to a soul twin. The hazanui said the RDC were going to follow you there. Maybe it's the same for the other factions.



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Nah, I'm pretty sure you got all of your soul back if you told it you wanted it back.



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Nah, I'm pretty sure you got all of your soul back if you told it you wanted it back.

 

"Some of us are lost to him... They'll always be a part of him."

 

Later, you have the option to tell everyone at the palace that you can feel yourself within Eothas when they discuss finding Ukaizo. I guess it could be a bugged dialogue option and was only suppose to appear if you decided not to merge.



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The other factions are looking for it and yet all Principi has to do is secure a boat?

 

Because securing this boat is so simple...  anyone could do it... if they have a Watcher, marked by Berath, to get into the Hanging Sepulcher, confront an Ancient Guardian, get an Artifact weapon, learn how to operate it, and defeat a Ship full of Ancient undead that have been pillaging the seas.  Sure, that's all you have to do.  And then you have to know where to sail it, either through your soul / god statue problem, or your collection of Native artifacts that you built as a map...  Yeah.  Easy.

 

Although I was annoyed at how easily everyone else just followed me, despite me leaving on my own, and not being part of a faction, my Pirate buddies still managed to survive the storm, and find the place with no help from me.


Edited by Lokithecat, 06 June 2018 - 03:26 AM.


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Well I was simplifying it...but apparently all the Principi needed to do was follow their intuition to the beginning of Ondra's Mortar and wait for me.

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The other factions are looking for it and yet all Principi has to do is secure a boat?

 

Because securing this boat is so simple...  anyone could do it... if they have a Watcher, marked by Berath, to get into the Hanging Sepulcher, confront an Ancient Guardian, get an Artifact weapon, learn how to operate it, and defeat a Ship full of Ancient undead that have been pillaging the seas.  Sure, that's all you have to do.  And then you have to know where to sail it, either through your soul / god statue problem, or your collection of Native artifacts that you built as a map...  Yeah.  Easy.

 

Although I was annoyed at how easily everyone else just followed me, despite me leaving on my own, and not being part of a faction, my Pirate buddies still managed to survive the storm, and find the place with no help from me.

 

 

I don't think you need to be a Watcher marked by Berath, can't you use a rope to get to that outlook and then enter the catacomb?



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I don't think you need to be a Watcher marked by Berath, can't you use a rope to get to that outlook and then enter the catacomb?

 

Yep. That's how I got in the first time. I'm  simple man, if I can interact with a tree, I will.


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