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#575501 15/11/15 06:58 PM
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Divinity: Dragon Commander.
Divinity: Original Sin.
Divinity: Original Sin 2.
Divine Divinity.
Beyond Divinity.
Divinity 2.

It's right?

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Yes, that is the right order smile.

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Originally Posted by Alidgi
Divinity: Dragon Commander.
Divinity: Original Sin.
Divinity: Original Sin 2.
Divine Divinity.
Beyond Divinity.
Divinity 2.

It's right?


This is not correct.

Dragon Commander
Divinity: Original Sin
Divine Divinity
Divinity: Original Sin 2
Beyond Divinity
Divinity 2

Divinity: Original Sin 2 and Beyond Divinity may be interchanged, I think they might happen at the same time, but I do believe that Divinity: Original Sin 2 happens before that.

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Originally Posted by Haleseen

Originally Posted by Alidgi

Divinity: Dragon Commander.
Divinity: Original Sin.
Divinity: Original Sin 2.
Divine Divinity.
Beyond Divinity.
Divinity 2.

It's right?


This is not correct.

Dragon Commander
Divinity: Original Sin
Divine Divinity
Divinity: Original Sin 2
Beyond Divinity
Divinity 2

Divinity: Original Sin 2 and Beyond Divinity may be interchanged, I think they might happen at the same time, but I do believe that Divinity: Original Sin 2 happens before that.


Why you think that DOS2's story happen after DD? Please explain in as much detail as possible.

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Originally Posted by Alidgi

Why you think that DOS2's story happen after DD? Please explain in as much detail as possible.


According to posts and articles:
http://divinity.wikia.com/wiki/Timeline
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/larianstudios/divinity-original-sin-2/posts/1349217

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Last night, Swen and Sarah broadcast a new episode of our Larian Devline Q&A Twitch stream, playing the prototype in cooperative mode and answering questions. Click the link to watch the vids, but if you’re in a hurry, here’s the summary, courtesy of our friend, the very brilliant Stabbey.
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Can you meet young Damian? No, this is just before Beyond Divinity, he's still stuck in Nemesis.
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Thanks a lot for information.

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I don't understando people keep throwing divinity 2 at the end of the chronology.
Zix Zax is less "advanced" in the divinity 2 and the dragon tower is actually the same as the void area (where the generals lived) in original sin but before being ripped apart and staying in another dimension... These things put it pretty early in the timeline

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You missunderstood in D2 -> Damian was defeated and banished (which he is during BD and D:OS2), came back AND defeated Lucian the second time with a compromised dragon. Sometime after that D2 starts. So yes it is the latest.
True the black ring fortresses do have certain design elements similar to the void, but the "corruption" that we saw during OS2 never appeared to be there.

Apart from this official timeline it can be argued that both Original Sin-parts exist in a different timeline. Since especially in the second one some serious changes were done in personality of characters, and a lot of things that seem important are simply not mentioned in the other games lore and vice versa. But so far we do not have a certain explanaition why they act so strange and clash with their morale and lore.

Sadly Larian has the (IMHO) bad habit of jumping back and forth in the timeline with each game so it is never 100% certain what happened why and when exactly.

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Originally Posted by Dewann
I don't understando people keep throwing divinity 2 at the end of the chronology.
Zix Zax is less "advanced" in the divinity 2 and the dragon tower is actually the same as the void area (where the generals lived) in original sin but before being ripped apart and staying in another dimension... These things put it pretty early in the timeline

Divinity 2 is set in the year 1300, Original sin is at the beginning of that calendar; the others are set between about 1220-1250 as I recall.

The maps are quite speculative (speaking as one of the speculators) and Larian have never confirmed the relative locations except where explicitly named e.g. Aleroth, and nor do I expect they will; though I would hazard a guess that the "void area" is significantly to the south of Sentinel Island and the fjords.


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true true, but if i'm not mistaken the garden there does have the same name as in d:os


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