[color:"orange"]-interesting music. (i really like it).[/color]DD music
[color:"orange"]-rather good classes. (though i think its a bit lack.)[/color]
Actually, I prefer an open class system, where any character can learn any skill. Beyond Divinity is more open, so you have more freedom to build or change character types.
[color:"orange"]-mobs: this make me crazy, why the mobs is so strong[/color]
If you complete the catacombs, you shouldn't have too much trouble outside Aleroth (except maybe for the heavy orc or orc drummer). The orcs north of Aleroth are weaker than the ones further south, and are not in groups as much. You can sneak past some opponents, or avoid them until later.
Generally, if you start having difficulty, explore in another direction first, check merchants for better equipment, or explore populated areas and do non-combat quests for awhile.
If you loot everywhere, you should find lots of crappy stuff to trade for potions (and/or gold). Meat and bread are handy at the start of the game for healing, and chicken for mana. Eventually, you will want to switch to restoration potions
, rather than health or mana potions.
[color:"orange"]-I cant drop item.[/color]
Open your inventory, click on an item and drag it somewhere on the ground (where there is no red X) and release the mouse button to drop. You can also drag and drop to move items around on the ground or between containers. Also, broken barrels tossed at opponents this way can do a fair amount of damage.
[color:"orange"]-I cant revive after death.[/color]
With the latest game version, there are 2 quicksave slots by default, and you can increase that number. Check the version number shown in the bottom right corner of the main menu, and install the patch
if it is earlier than 1.0034A; if you bought the game relatively recently it is probably already updated.
You can also make named saves before entering new areas, before or after major quests, after tough fights or finding good equipment, etc.
[color:"orange"]-THERE ARE NOT ANY HELP OR TUTORIALS...[/color]
If you bought a jewel case version of the game, the manual may be on the CD/DVD. Otherwise, you can download it
(in pdf format).Early Starter Tips (NON-Spoiler Version)
[color:"orange"]-The battle system is boring, i make me feel asleep.[/color]
Except for the skill trees, the combat in DD is fairly similar to D2. The difference may be that DD is not an action RPG, so is not focused as much on combat.
The beginning catacombs and the very end of the game are fairly heavy on the hack and slash. The rest of the game is better balanced (though it gets easier as it progresses), and for the most part I could freely explore, fight or do non-combat quests when I wished.
[color:"orange"]-The game process is too slow...[/color]
You should level fairly quickly at the start of the game. I'm not sure if you are looking for a continuous monster killing / equipment upgrading treadmill or just found the catacombs a little long (in which case I'd have to agree), but DD is not simply an action RPG, so you will need to take a little time for the plot.
Exploring everywhere and completing all the quests, it can take up to 70-100 hours to finish the game (IIRC the main plot can be done in around 50 hours or less).
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