Divinity: Original Sin: 10 Interesting Facts About This Awesome Game: Page 6 of 10

The two heroes: a condemned warrior and a mystic brought back to life.

6. Side Quests and a Main Quest

Starting a side quest.

Naturally, you have your main quest of tracking down Sorcerers, gathering Star Stones, and eventually taking care of the Void problem.  However, like any good RPG, there are tons of side quests that you can complete alongside your main quest.  Side quests are where you’ll end up getting a lot of good loot, find out about the world around you, and level grind. 

The unfortunate thing about side quests in Divinity, is that they can be picked up long before you can finish them.  So, don’t get distressed if you have a lot of incomplete side quests and you’re still early in the game.  The time to complete those side quests will surely come. 

The side quests in Divinity are vast.  You’ll do everything from resolving an orc blood-fued to assisting with arguing ghosts.  Of course, you don’t have to take on every side quest if you don’t want to. 

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