[VMK]*K*I*T*H* Jan 4 @ 1:16pm
Can you revive dead party members?
At the moment I'm saving a lot.
Can you revive dead party members or is it a reload and go again game?
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ChevyNoel Jan 4 @ 1:52pm 
IIRC, the blue crystals revive and fully restore your party.
dragonslayer1343 Jan 4 @ 1:55pm 
Only on level 3 right now but the blue save/healing crystal is the only way so far that i know of.
[VMK]*K*I*T*H* Jan 5 @ 3:01am 
Ahh right, thanks for the info.
thrive Jan 6 @ 4:00am 
It keeps being the only way till the end. And: the crystals wont work foreever, so dont die too much
Dr.Disaster Jan 6 @ 4:20am 
Originally posted by thrive:
It keeps being the only way till the end. And: the crystals wont work foreever, so dont die too much
They do work forever. They only need time to regenerate after use.
thrive Jan 6 @ 7:27am 
Originally posted by Dr.Disaster:
Originally posted by thrive:
It keeps being the only way till the end. And: the crystals wont work foreever, so dont die too much
They do work forever. They only need time to regenerate after use.
believe me, they dont. my guess is around 7 times per crystal, there is even a note telling you about that - though this note can only be found very late in the game
Crazed Possum Jan 6 @ 7:35am 
SPOILER * they don't just revive dead party members. They also revive something else in the game.
Dr.Disaster Jan 6 @ 8:56am 
Originally posted by thrive:
Originally posted by Dr.Disaster:
They do work forever. They only need time to regenerate after use.
believe me, they dont. my guess is around 7 times per crystal, there is even a note telling you about that - though this note can only be found very late in the game
Sorry but you are mistaken. There is no limit on how often you can use the crystals and that note you mentioned does not exist.

ChevyNoel Jan 6 @ 9:29am 
Originally posted by Dr.Disaster:
Originally posted by thrive:
believe me, they dont. my guess is around 7 times per crystal, there is even a note telling you about that - though this note can only be found very late in the game
Sorry but you are mistaken. There is no limit on how often you can use the crystals and that note you mentioned does not exist.

He might be talking about...

Originally posted by Toorum:

I've seen similar crystals in the Temples of Nex but compared to these huge formations, they were withered and lifeless. Those crystals certainly didn't have enough power to bring a fallen companion back to life.


I wonder how many times I can still cheat death?


- Toorum
Crazed Possum Jan 6 @ 9:36am 
Originally posted by ChevyNoel:
Originally posted by Dr.Disaster:
Sorry but you are mistaken. There is no limit on how often you can use the crystals and that note you mentioned does not exist.

He might be talking about...

Originally posted by Toorum:

I've seen similar crystals in the Temples of Nex but compared to these huge formations, they were withered and lifeless. Those crystals certainly didn't have enough power to bring a fallen companion back to life.


I wonder how many times I can still cheat death?


- Toorum


or it may pertain to my spoiler above.If you got the acheivement you know what i am talking about.
thrive Jan 6 @ 12:46pm 
Yep, i was talking about that note there in the spoilers.
Dr.Disaster Jan 6 @ 2:17pm 
Originally posted by thrive:
Yep, i was talking about that note there in the spoilers.
In that case you have really mistaken it because it nowhere has any hint about limited crystal use.
thrive Jan 6 @ 4:15pm 
So the "I wonder ..." part is just there for drama?
Crazed Possum Jan 6 @ 4:50pm 
You all do know what i meant in my post don't you? I wonder how many times I can still cheat death? = ** SPOILER *** Read at your own risk acheivment of helping Toorum by using his bones on the crystal
Dr.Disaster Jan 7 @ 1:23am 
Originally posted by thrive:
So the "I wonder ..." part is just there for drama?
You need to imagine the note from Toorum's point of view. He prolly used the crystals a lot along his way thru Mount Grimrock getting past a lot of dangerous situations with their aid. The "I wonder ..." part tells that Toorum did not know their limits, asking himself if there actually is one.

@Crazed Possum: we know your point yet it's a sideshow regarding the original question.
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