Lizette

AuthorTopic: Lizette
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She's in San Ru and I remember her saying something about her husband being a rebel but nothing is recorded in my journal and she says "I am counting on you to be wise and merciful."

I think I found her husband in the rebel camp but all he does is sort of talk about the "shaper lady"... no other dialogue options... I'm sure I'm missing something but I'm still scratching my head..

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Her husband should be between the shore and the storerooms of the rebel camp. If that's who you're talking too, you probably have an sdf error.

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yeah I found the right guy but ... what's an sdf error??

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"Military justice is to justice what military music is to music" -G.M.
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SDF-Stuff Done Flag. The flags control how events in the game work. They keep track of whether you are loyal or rebel, for instance.

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ok, gotcha.

and is there a solution to this error? if so, which one(s)

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Okay, try this. First of all, save. Then bring up the cheat code window (Hold "Shift" and "D" at the same time). Then enter "sdf 18 24 1" without quotes and click the check mark. Do the same for "sdf 27 6 0". Then go to Darnor and see if you can progress with the quest now.

[ Tuesday, April 04, 2006 19:25: Message edited by: St. Ashby the Martyr ]

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Thanks! I tried the first one you said and it worked (was disappointed to find that the quest only gave me 1 XP :mad: ) I never did "sdf 27 6 0" though... was that one necessary too?

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It was a failsafe.

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I never knew what the sd in sdf stood for.

Those low-exp quests do kind of piss me off ... maybe quests should be worth the same amount regardless of level?

[EDIT] I HAD never KNOWN what the sd in sdf stood for.

[ Thursday, April 06, 2006 12:31: Message edited by: Nick Ringer ]

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Stuff Done Flag.

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I think that the sentence was in the past tense for a reason.

Either that, or someone didn't read the thread. I'm inclined to believe the former, mostly out of misguided optimism.

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Dikiyoba thinks that, based on previous experience, Nick Ringer reads previous posts before replying.
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Oops.

I keep trying not to seem n00bish, but then these things happen.

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I appreciate your faith, Dikiyoba (the Dikiyora of Dikiyobia).

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