Our Divinity: Original Sin Trainer is now available for version 220.127.116.110 and supports STEAM, GOG.
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malhavoc431 posted on Aug 08, 2014 6:16:03 PM - Report post
Thanks for the explanation! Also irony in that as soon as I posted about there being no updates, they go and update Original Sin. Keep up the fantastic work guys!
"Fear leads to Anger. Anger leads to Hate. Hate leads to Suffering." -the Jedi Master Yoda
"Suffering produces Perseverance, Perseverance builds Character; and Character brings Hope." -the Apostle Paul
thingy123 posted on Aug 11, 2014 2:07:48 AM - Report post
I know this is the late reply but I thought this would help: www.larian.com/forums/ubbthreads.php?ubb=showflat&Number=521295
Someone (DairyMoose) has already made an inventory editor. It's not perfect but it works. At page 12 is where the latest version of inventory/save editor is at.
Current features as of now (Monday 11 August 2014): - Change levels - Change names - Modify items (Even changing item type) - Edit your stats, attributes, talents
DairyMoose will add more later.
I'm just lettin' you know, to save someone time from having to search for a save/inventory editor, and CH's mods from having to make one.
Nakor88 posted on Aug 28, 2014 5:13:08 PM - Report post
Frankly I think the features in the trainer are fine. Yes an inventory editor would be nice but even if you wanted to do it I'd say wait for the game to be more stable/finished even if it took years. Devs these days update to much.
Speaking of updating STEAM changed options on keeping games from updating. Now instead of do not update this game it says do not update until I play/activate. I'm hoping if I select that and go into offline mode I won't have to update games. Now they are basically forcing the updates. So I'd say 0x90 has the right idea. Do what you can and save more stuff for later.