Divinity: Original Sin Discussion
2. Open inventory of the character you want to edit.
3. Tab out and see if it displays values of strength correctly (compare with those ingame)
4. Edit skill, talent points
5. Go back ingame and save your game
6. Load the saved game and open the inventory and your character should have the skill / talent points.
For me, at least, I still cannot change the "Ability Points" value itself (modifying the field in the editor just sets the value back to zero), but for anyone else similarly confused I found this method will work for the actual stat values themselves (e.g., "Body Building, Geomancer", etc.), which affectively makes editing "Ability Points" mote.
Have not have issues with trainers getting identified as malware in the past.
Is there something odd going on with this trainer?
I used the trainer to increase the XP of my characters, I upped to a little more than double the original value.
I wanted to get a couple more levels, but didnt want too much either.
But when I go ingame and level up my characters, whatever ability or skill points I use will reset back to the original value the moment I click the button to accept the change, and any other skills or ability point that was available just disappears.
Example, if I increase strength from 9 to 10 once i click the button to confirm the change, it will reset back to 9 again.
Any skill points I might otherwise have for increasing weapons skills or other abilities will simply disappear.
Is this how its supposed to work or am I missing something?
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