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Is grandmastery (+++++) possible in this game without cheating?

Discussion in 'Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition' started by Klorox, May 16, 2013.

  1. Klorox

    Klorox Baruk Khazad! Khazad ai-mĂȘnu! Veteran

    Nov 17, 2003
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    I didn't think so, but the I got to brainstorming about dual classing in this game.

    Let's say you start with a human fighter, and advance to level 3. That gives you +++ in any weapon. Dual class into a cleric or thief, and you get an additional pip at level 4 and level 8.

    Is it really possible to become a grandmaster in a weapon and become either the ultimate battle-cleric (I suggest starting as a Berserker), or backstabber (start as berserker or kensai)?

    EDIT: It's also possible to advance to level 6 as a fighter and get the added proficiency point as a level 8 thief or cleric.
  2. koliva Gems: 2/31
    Latest gem: Fire Agate

    Feb 9, 2009
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    It's also possible if you dual-class to fighter.

    A lvl 1 fighter gets 4 pips to spend. When starting off as a fighter, he can't invest more than two pips in any given proficiency. However, when dual-classing, that restriction no longer applies and he can get mastery right off the bat.
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