In the Southern Shelf area there is a mini "fort" for lack of a better term next to the small bandit town (near the first Handsome Jack audio recording). Inside the bandit town there is a drawbridge that is up and a sign that says "scram". Drum music can be heard around this area. It appears to be the only way to access the adjacent "fort", but I can't figure out how to make the bridge drop so I can cross. I also can't find any reference to this area anywhere on the internet.
Access to this fort will open automatically as you progress through the main quest. Claptrap will lower the drawbridge eventually :)
In Borderlands 2 all the enemies in the dust are level 30-35 and I'm level 40. Same with Sanctuary and basically everywhere else. I can't level up because I only get 1 XP, I don't get any good new weapons because they're 5-10 behind what I have, I also can't buy any weps for the same reason, and all the quests are really easy and boring because the highest level quest in the game that isn't a level 50 boss in level 34, and I did it. I have beaten the game on normal mode and I have started a game on true vault hunter mode but I'm still on the southern shelf.
I'm working on the Scent of Incense quest in Flotsam (Chapter 1). I got the real recipe and talked with the scholar. I refused to be blindfolded, so he marked the location of his laboratory on my map. Unfortunately, I can get close to the marker, but I can't seem to find a way to actually reach it. I've gone up and down the path with the two bandit groups (the way to the field full of Kayran mucus. I also tried searching around the other path in the area, which leads to the graveyard area a little ways outside town. All to no avail. How do I get to the laboratory and get my reward?
The "I Can See Your Corpse from Here!" challenge in Southern Shelf - Bay requires actioning four telescopes. I found one on the ship, one on the fort's top level, and one in-between the bridges, but it'd be good to show all four locations in greater detail. (There's also a telescope outside Liar's Berg, but I don't think it counts.)
I've been playing the 2002 game, Divine Divinity, on Steam (Amazing game btw). Throughout the early part of the game many NPC's state that they're marking information on your in-game map - however, I can only seem to access a tiny mini-map. Does anyone know how/if there is a larger map or if the mini-map can be traversed in a way to view a larger map?
In order to quickly break down the defenses of an enemy town or fort, your creature stacks have the option to attack the door and the walls. Sometimes my creatures do 1 structural point of damage, while at other times they do 2. What determines how much structural damage a creature stack does?
Similar to Using a standard dynamic microphone (3.5mm male mini jack) + a 3.5=>2.5 adapter with an Xbox 360, I would like to know if I can use my dynamic microphone (3.5mm male mini-jack, actually XLR + XLR=>mj adapter) with a Playstation 3, and how ? (it is a slim PS3 I have) I have heard of 2*female 2.5mm mini-jack => male USB adapters, are there any official ones or some known to be working with a slim after the USB-restriction update ?
I have dug a tunnel from inside my fort to the edge of the map. Will this work as a road connected to my town hall in order to attract immigrants, or does the road have to be on the surface?
In Batman Arkham City, can you go from the Subway Terminal area to the Subway Maintenance Access? At this point I'm just running around at the end of the game and have all the gadgets. It looks like the two areas should be connected (that is, you could start in The Bowery and use the subway tunnels and come out in the Industrial District) but I can't figure out how to get from the terminal into the maintenance access area. Is this possible? if so, how?
My PS Vita finds every network connection access points, but mine! How can this be fixed. It can't see mine at all. Even when I manually add my router to the access points list on my PS Vita, still does not connect! Why is that?