Doing a quick search of the spell name "evoke/invoke chaotic ritual!" yielded me nothing. Because of that, I'm assuming it came from the Synergies mod. Is there any more information on this somewhere, or does anyone know more about it?
When I use it, it summons bosses from any point in the game, and also creates very high level gear and legendaries. (Like numerous 99/100 level req stuff). I found it somewhere in the 2nd act before beating the artificer.
Possible Duplicate: Does using Shadow Kill lower your chaos level? In Dishonored the skill shadow kill will turn enemies to ash if you kill them when they are unaware of you (or all kills if you upgrade the skill). The game states multiple times that the more bodies you leave around the more chaotic the city and the darker the ending. Does killing an enemy contribute to the body count/darker enemy if they turn to ash?
fished before. Does my fishing skill need to be at a certain level? Do I need to buy a pole from somewhere prior to? ...I have all of the pieces of heirloom that can be obtained for a Mage I'm going to level except for the Dread Pirate Ring which is linked here: http://www.wowhead.com/item=50255 I don't know of any other heirloom rings available and this one has some nice bonuses. I hear it's quite the pain to get and I'm having difficulty finding good advice for having the best odds of getting it in the shortest
these questions, I was hoping there was an on-line manual somewhere that described what is going on in more detail - either from EA or someone else. Are there sites I can visit for a real manual? ...I'm playing through the iPhone version of "Command And Conquer - Red Alert". I've played older variants of C&C on other platforms so I know generally how RTS games work. But what I cannot seem to figure out is some specific controls for some units - in particular, I'm on a level that asks me to use an engineer to blow up a bridge, but I have no idea how to use an engineer to do anything
As many of you know, Steam now offers a profile level system. Upon leveling up, you seem to receive rewards (eg ability to receive cards from voting on Community Choice, more friends). As far as we know, what are these rewards, per level? Are there any rewards other than more friend slots? I know that each level gives five more friends, and 10-level milestones grant higher booster pack drop rates (20% more each milestone up to fifty).
When you first start the game and have no money, you usually pick up somewhere from like 5 to 10 dollars. Then later in the game you start picking up hundreds of dollars. It seems to be that the more money that you have, the more that you will loot. Is this really how it works? Or is it your play time, missions completed, level, or something else?
the beginning of the section instead of loading from the last checkpoint. What I'm afraid of is missing out on any progress I've made towards achievements and towards the endings. I know there are some... the same level over and over and disarm those traps to get the achievement. So my question is, will loading a level from the main menu ruin any/all achievements and will it negate any moral points I've gotten so far or does it act like an auto-save from when I started that level and all my progress will continue? UPDATE: I loaded from the beginning of the level and continued on. I was able
For getting it, you need to kill enemies in 5 different ways within 30 seconds. What would be a good strategy for doing that? Is there an area with a lot of enemies so I can try until I get it? What sequence would be easiest to do? I found the very first levels a little chaotic for making a good combo kill
Possible Duplicate: What is the minimum level I need to be to get the strongest version of leveled items? From what I understand, items that are given as quest rewards are leveled items as in the stats/enchantments values are based on the level at the time which you receive that item (and they don't continue leveling as you do). Is there a certain level at which point the item will not improve any more (like an item received at level 30 is the same power as the same item received at level 55)?
but it doesn't say by how much. Without knowing the numbers, I'm not sure whether or not I want to upgrade my weapon or simply buy a new one with better base stats. Is there any way to see actual numbers for the upgrades, either in the game itself or perhaps on a wiki or website somewhere? I'm playing the Xbox 360 version, so I lack the ability to install any mods or check any files for myself. ...Saints Row: The Third has introduced an upgrade system for the weapons. Paying extra cash allows you to upgrade to various levels (I've so far seen 4; I don't know if there's more), but it only has