Divinity II - The Dragon Knight Saga
The Twin Strike Jan 18, 2013 @ 6:12pm
WHERE TO GET THIS GAME ?
I mean Steam version !!! It has vanished from steam store T.T
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Raze Jan 18, 2013 @ 8:22pm 
Divinity II: Developer's Cut has replaced DKS in the Steam store. D2DC is essentially DKS with an added (optional) cheat mode window.

There is a video describing the Developer Mode on the Divinity Anthology[www.divinityanthology.com] site, or see the blog post Hatching the Anthology[www.lar.net].
The Twin Strike Jan 19, 2013 @ 9:17am 
lol Raze, I saw you everywhere answering questions similar to this, I tried adding you to ask more but it said on your profile that the last time you had been online was 26 days ago. But just when I post this question myself, you've shown up. Thank you very much.

So DC includes DKS right ? Something still confusing, I heard that DKS came with some DLC's, they were armors, weapons or something. Does DC haave them too ?
Raze Jan 19, 2013 @ 12:34pm 
I check the Steam forums and discussion pages for the Divinity games daily. That 26 days may have been the time since I last had the Steam client running? I don't have it start with Windows, and have been holding off on playing games until I build a new computer in a couple months, or so (before Dragon Commander is released, around May/June).

Yes, D2DC includes (is an updated version of) DKS.
When you start a new game in D2DC the bonus sets are not automatically included in your character's inventory, but you can use the Developer Mode to give your character the D2:ED or DKS bonus sets (either the full set or individual pieces).
The Twin Strike Jan 19, 2013 @ 1:14pm 
So what are the bonus sets and how do i add them to game using the developer mode ? Cause I want to experience stuff that come with DKS. Is there a site that lists the items which come with the dlc's and gives instruction on how to add them to game using the develeoper mode. Skyrim has some wiki sites like that, they're helpful.
Raze Jan 19, 2013 @ 3:38pm 
The DKS bonus sets (requiring character level 15 to equip) in the Steam and North American Xbox versions were Annihilator (warrior), Mining Guild (archer) and Orobas (mage), and the Steam version of D2:ED had the Rivellon Guards set.

If you load/start a save in the Developer Mode version of D2DC and open the cheat window (F11), there is a menu on the right to select a set (IIRC the listing for the mining guild set is miss-labelled 'cash', or something like that) and then you just hit the 'give set' button to add it to your inventory. One of the menus on the left, give equipment, lets you add individual pieces of equipment, from a much larger drop down list.
There are several Discussions about the Developer Mode on the page for the Developer's Cut version of the game, but I don't know if anyone has organized everything in one place.

There is a Divinity Wiki[divinity.wikia.com], though the information on the Divinity 2 DLC equipment sets, for example, is not complete. Lancet's Dragon Knight Saga FAQ/Guide[www.gamefaqs.com] is a good resource for the game, though it was written for the Xbox version of DKS.
The Twin Strike Jan 19, 2013 @ 7:29pm 
Now I can decide to buy the DC on Steam instead of DKS key on Amazon. I will go to the sites you linked here once i got the game. Thank you very much again Raze.
S13DG3HAMM3R Mar 11, 2013 @ 7:54pm 
This is very strange because a few months ago, I received both when I bought the Dragon Knight Saga. I find that the Developers Cut is basically exactly DKS but it is FAR buggier. It has a LOT of glitches, well at least last time I played. Perhaps some have been fixed by now.
Dark Squall Apr 22, 2013 @ 1:38am 
damn it I wanty to buy dragon knight saga not the developer cut
Revelator May 14, 2013 @ 11:15pm 
in theory both versions are included
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