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Divinity Original Sin II Game Guide and Walkthrough
Title:Divinity Original Sin II Game Guide and Walkthrough
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Time for the next adventure in Rivellon! The Divinity: Original Sin II Game Guide contains description of all quests available in the game, from the ones connected to the main plotline, up to optional, side adventures. Aside from that, the dedicated chapters contain maps of all locations. This Divinity Original Sin 2 guide is an extensive collection of tips useful at the beginning of the game and when completing storyline quests. Inside, you'll find information useful at any moment of the game, regardless of whether you are a veteran gamer or just beginning your adventure with video games. Our guide has been divided into two major parts. The first one is a Divinity Original Sin 2 guidebook. Among others, you'll find starting tips which will help you begin your adventure with the game. Moreover, you'll learn how to avoid basic mistakes, what abilities are useful at the beginning of the game, how to easily steal from NPCs, and much more. Further pages offer insight regarding various mechanics and features found in the game, such as exploration, combat, or conducting conversations with non-player characters. We've also dedicated some pages to the story characters, available character classes and party management. Next stop are sections dedicated to character progression system - they offer a lot of information on attributes, experience levels, talents, and abilities. The FAQ chapter contains answers to most frequently asked questions. Using the information found in that chapter, you can learn how to get Source Points, how to escape Fort Joy, how to save the black cat or where to find a shovel and a bedroll. The guide is further complemented by chapters dedicated to controls, system requirements, and a trophy guide that contains information and ways of unlocking them. The second major part of the guide is a detailed walkthrough for Divinity Original Sin 2. The walkthrough lists all major locations that are visited in the course of the game. Among them, you can find: Fort Joy, Reaper's Coast, Nameless Isle, and Arx. Each chapter, dedicated to a location, offers walkthroughs for both the main and side quests. The quest descriptions contain important information, including their further course, choices and consequences of your decisions, combat, puzzles, and loot. The remaining chapters also contain useful data - our world atlas offers high quality maps of all locations appearing in the game, with markers representing NPCs, important locations, or treasure locations. Section dedicated to Puzzles and secrets offer solutions to more challenging puzzles. Solving them can help you get access to new areas or treasures. Tough fights and bosses section offers help for those whose progress got hindered after encountering a difficult enemy. The guide is concluded with a chapter dedicated to Companion quests.
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