[Epilogue] Help! Stuck on my first playthrough close to the end!
06.10.2009 @ 06:16 #1
06.10.2009 @ 10:21 #2
You should have no trouble finding him as he is just outside his door... it's at the end of the alley where it's a dead end.
Look for it and you should be fine. Hope this helps. :peace:
06.10.2009 @ 18:53 #3
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09.10.2009 @ 05:10 #10
Is there anybody in your immediate vicinity to talk to? :(
edit: also, as a last-ditch resort if you do have a bug, instead of starting over you could post your game choices and details in the Savegame Market and someone should be able to send you along a fairly compatible save to get you on your way :)
09.10.2009 @ 17:33 #11
Hmm. Let me check this out in Djinni. It's possible that we could change his file in some way so as to force him to spawn.
09.10.2009 @ 20:03 #13
Geralt then has the option of saying either, "By turning civilians into food for mutants?" (which leads to a fight with Siegfried) or "Then leave the civilians alone and fight the real enemy" (which leads to Siegfried going off to kill Scoia'tael). If Geralt chooses the latter, then he and Siegfried both warn the common people to run away.
If Geralt chooses the fighting option, then he has to kill Siegfried and three Greater Brothers. After this, he must talk to Triss, who will say, "The Order shows its true face." Geralt will reply, "The Grand Master must feel confident." It's saying this line to Triss that updates the quest to the next stage, where the guy who guides you to the basement is. Did you go through this line of dialogue already?
The thing that seems to cue the next stage is a script, q6001_3_tk, that's run after the dealing-with-Siegfried phase is over. So I'm thinking that we could try cueing that script from Triss's conversation instead of from the quest log and see how that works.
(The problem with making changes to the game after it's in progress is that some things are fixed at the time the game starts. You can't change quests or areas, but you can change conversations, which is why I'm hoping that running that script from Triss's conversation could fix your problem.)