Covetous Shen is looking for a particular jewel:
The jewel contains a... powerful creature named Dirgest. He was trapped within it for terrible crimes against his people. [...] Now a flaw has developed in the jewel. Through it, Dirgest can consume the holder's life. I intend to seal his prison, trapping him in it forever.
Most of the other follower/artisan quests come to some kind of resolution (even if it is pretty much non-interactive and tangential to the game), but I don't remember this one ever going anywhere. Is there more dialog with Shen that I haven't seen where he achieves his goal?
If this isn't resolved through dialog, does Dirgest's jewel exist within the game? If so, what happens if you manage to find it? Is Dirgest at all important in the overall lore of the series, or is he just a macguffin for Shen to be seeking?
No. This is just a story being spun by Shen to allow for continued conversation and dialog with him. It is not an item you can find in game.
Possible Duplicate: When can I get Covetous Shen’s conversations for the Everybody Loves Shen achievement? As of patch 1.0.5, this answer is not completely consistent with the list I see in the game. My in-game achievement list, I was missing the "Memories" dialog from Act 3, I am able to get this conversation when talking to Shen after accepting the "The Siege of Bastion's Keep" quest. But I cannot find an dialog for "Victory", even in Act 4. How can I find the conversation with Shen called "Victory"? Did I miss something?
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So we got to close it, once and for all. In a couple of conversations with Shen, a possibility is seen that he might be a Xiansai the god of thieves. And he just always dodges the clear answer. Covetous Shen: You are looking at me in a very strange manner. Player: The spirits are confused. This is not something that happens. Some think you a god; others, a man. Which are you? Covetous Shen: Ah, philosophy! Can a man not be both? Can I not live well, and give generously, and live a perfectly holy life? Player: I do not know. Can you? Covetous Shen: Oh
The Yeti is gaining over 65 red mana within a few turns and the game seems to drop red mana stones when it is his move only. And then he uses his special ability which deals 999 damage to my templar. Is it even possible to defeat that guy?
In the Commodore 64 manual for War In Middle Earth, the manual said: Sauron, like the Nazgul, is to be avoided altogether. However, he spends most of his time within the confines of Mordor itself. If he does venture beyond the borders of his foul realm, it will only be for a very short distance. There is no danger, for instance, of encountering him at Minas Tirith. It was amusing to my brother and me that he not only attacked Minus Tirith in one particular game, he repeatedly did it. Once he was killed he would respawn in Mordor, and then come directly to attack Minas Tirith again
Possible Duplicate: I lost my follower? Ok, so I had J'zargo and Meeko. I just started "A Daedra's Best Friend" and was following Barbas. So we were walking and then got attacked. During the confusion, I saw Meeko walk off up a hill. I never saw him again. I need help, because I know he's not dead as I checked every corner of the area and did not find his body, he might be stuck, considering he's not with me (duh), and when I checked his shack, he was not there and neither was his owner. If someone could help, I'd appreciate it, as Meeko was awesome. :(
Spoiler ahead. When you find Serrit in his own blood, critical injured by Sile and have a discusion with him, he mentions that "can't you see? We could have ended the Wild Hunt curse once and for all, stop the Omen of War" or something similar to that. Now, I find this affirmation quite interesting but unfortunately the game doesn't explain more. What does it mean? And most important, how... to this in the game or book that may shed some light on the matter.
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Let's say that I play Zed and bought Hydra and my enemy is Shen and bought Omen. How much damage will I do to him if my only item is Hydra and his only item is Omen? 75+AD - 70+Def? This is how LoL works or it's more complicated than that?