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You can duplicate items and money the same way as you can in Divine Divinity.
Select the item from your inventory drag across to plane as you drop the item
you press Ctrl+L (Quick Load) the same time the item is falling. This may take
some practice to get use too!
Once you have located one or more of the battlefield keys during the first act
you must add them to your inventory - to do this you will need to drag and drop
the key into your inventory. These keys will stay with your character throughout
each act. When entering a new act simply click on each key to activate it and
the battlefields will become available - there is no need to locate the keys
specific to each act.
Start game with stronger character:
The first Act of Beyond Divinity, even on the easier settings, can be a
frustrating chore because your characters are so weak and the opposition
is much tougher. This cheat can help you start with stronger characters and
avoid prolonged and epic battles with lowly Level 2 skeletons.
To start a game with a stronger character open the "Beyond Divinity" folder
on your hard drive, open the "Common" folder, and double click on the
"CharSelStats.dat" file. You'll be promoted to select a program to use to
open the file; select NotePad. [Be sure to either back up this file, or
write down the default attributes, before changing any text !]
Using NotePad, change the attribute numerals for each character class
(Warrior, Wizard, or Survivor, whichever one applies to the character
you intend to use)to higher values. For example, if you intend to play
as a wizard, starting with a level 9 Intelligence is helpful; for a warrior,
upping the Strength or Agility attribute to 10 or greater will allow you to
promptly use some of the early-game armor and weapons, rather than selling
them or lugging them in your inventory.
When you're finished, Save the changes and start a new game.
Charms can be used to add enhancements to armor and weapons IF the item has a
"Charm Quality" in its description. These round charms can be found or bought
from merchants. You must equip the item to add a charm to it. CAUTION: Once a
charm is added, it cannot be removed! Choose wisely. Right click on the item
and click on "Item Main Menu" to access the charm section. (You may need to
move your inventory window to see the new block that appears.)
The charms are only identified by a 2 syllable name (URU-ICERI, for example).
The below explains the meaning of those names.
The first part of the word signifies the strength as does the color of the charm.
From the weakest to the strongest, the colors:
The second part of the word represents which attribute will be boosted, as does
the ornate symbol drawn upon it:
ICERI - Mana
ISOS - Durability
JOPH - Agility
KOOR - Intelligence
OOK - Regeneration
UMN - Vitality
USTR - Evasion
VORR - Constitution
YDRA - Strength
ZAND - Survival
Thus the example URU-ICERI will provide the weakest Mana boost to the item it is
attached to. For the charm to work, the item must be equipped. It doesn't work
just sitting in inventory.
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