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Withdraw money out of your own purse

Discussion in 'BG2: Throne of Bhaal (Classic)' started by Laclongquan, Apr 16, 2019 at 4:40 AM.

  1. Laclongquan Gems: 4/31
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    I am currently try a Wild Mage build.

    Its wild surge are playing merry hell with my planning. It effectively limit my casting, and I am very leery whenever I plan to cast Wild Mage.

    One of effect is remove my money.

    So I'd like to withdraw money out of my own purse and put it somewhere else outside of wild surge's reach.

    Is there any way?

    (Currently I am storing my loots and not selling yet, living on by looted and reward money. SCS set Baylan and magic fee at 120k and 50k)
     
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    AFAIK, there's no way to take the party gold and stash it somewhere, besides using it to buy items that you can later re-sell (at a bit of a loss usually) when you need some $$$.
     
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    Although gold exists as a physical item in-game, there's no way to extract it once it's converted into a stat on your character. Either cast chaos shield on your wild mage to avoid bad results or reload the game when they happen. Plus, the chance to lose your gold is 1 in 2000 on any given spell cast and non-existent once on a reckless dweomer once you reach level 17. It's really not something you should be concerning yourself over.
     
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    You can just sing yourself to sleep with that "the chance to lose your gold is 1 in 2000 on any given spell cast"...

    I already get that chance. Curiously enough there's precisely 2700 gold left. What the Baator!

    I am storing loots in Promenade, but my purse is 29k already~

    I might have use clua command code to advance DeArnise Keep ruling quest. IIRC there's a few quest there that use up a lot of money. Invest money, but not taking the tax.... that could work.
     
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    Like I said, on the off chance that you get a really bad result, just reload the game. What's the issue here? You're not even gonna cast 2000 spells in the entire playthrough.
     
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