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Sarevok alignment

Discussion in 'BG2: Throne of Bhaal (Classic)' started by dalkiel, Jan 14, 2008.

  1. dalkiel Gems: 3/31
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    On meeting the solar

    If I've said all good things in the first two-three conersations and evil in the last two or even the last conversation - would i get the evil option? Or would the game average what i said in all 4 when determining that option?

    If i can i'd rather try to switch to evil on the last convo in order to avoid a lenghty rerun
     
  2. Cal Jones

    Cal Jones I'm not dead yet

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    It works on a points basis - you get points for "good" answers and sometimes minus points for evil over his dialogues, and if you get a positive points total he will switch. There's a short, downloadable document in the downloads section that gives you all the dialogues and answers.
     
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    Yeah, I don´t know. I tried once to turn him good, and I did everything as a real boyscout. He told me he didn´t believe me, when the time came. Another time I didn´t try to be particularly good. I WAS good, but I didn´t pick responses with Sarevok´s alignment change in mind. He switched alignment anyway. Are there any other factors like Charisma or character class involved?
     
  4. Cal Jones

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    I can't recall off the top of my head but I think if you've been a bit of an evil sod yourself, then he doesn't believe you. It's all in the downloadable guide, anyway - all your questions will be answered by that.
     
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    Uh huh. I followed that guide to the letter once. He remained evil. And another time I didn´t. He turned good.
     
  6. Ironhawk Skylord

    Ironhawk Skylord If a tree kills alone in the forest, does it make

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    Sarevok's alignment change does take quite some time to finish.

    In my experience, if you I.E. has done Watcher's Keep from SoA instead of doing it from ToB, the chance are that you never get the two final dialogs without doing some pushing yourself.

    For me it seems like the alignment change is dependent on actual time, not in-game time, just like the Jaheira romance.

    However, you can use CTRL + I to invoke random party conversations. Continue until you get the dialogs with Sarevok. Eventually you will get the dialog where he want to change.

    Oh, enable cheat keys first by going into the Debug Console and type: CLUAConsole:EnableCheatKeys()
     
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