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Two small questions regarding the Extended Editions (I have not acquired them yet):

1. Is there a fixed level cap or can you level your character to whatever point you like?

2. Is it possible to import a character created with one of the original games into either EE, or to import a character created with BG2 EE into BG EE?
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oriberu: Two small questions regarding the Extended Editions (I have not acquired them yet):

1. Is there a fixed level cap or can you level your character to whatever point you like?

2. Is it possible to import a character created with one of the original games into either EE, or to import a character created with BG2 EE into BG EE?
1. I believe the level cap is the same as the original games; in BG: EE this would mean each character can have at least 161,000 total experience. (For dual-classed characters, the experience needed to reach the character's former level in the former class counts against the limit.)

2. No for the first part. (There might be some hackey way to do so, but don't be surprised if strange things happen.) I don't know for the second part. (I believe the abilities are all implemented and the game uses the same engine, but be aware that many BG2 abilities (Greater Deathblow comes to mind) were *not* designed with BG1 levels in mind, and you *will* find the game to be way too easy.)
Thank you, dtgreene. It's a shame, but pretty much what I assumed.