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Greetings

I have a question regarding one of the modules for Nwn. Pirates of the Sword Coast
At the beginning of the adventure the PC will lose *all*of his/her equipment.

Does the PC finds his/her equipment later or it's forever lost?

The whole point of this question is that my PC, is:
Level 12 Paladin
has more then 500,000 Gold
and *very* powerful apparel & weapons

To escape mass confusion for non DnD players, PC= Player Character

Thank you for your time & assistance
gogwitcher300
Post edited September 26, 2017 by gogwitcher300
This question / problem has been solved by Goodaltgamerimage
I'm pretty sure you won't get your stuff back and that's because you were rather supposed to bring a new character into Pirates of the Sword Coast (which would automatically be advanced to a required level).

Bringing an old character with good items and higher level can make the game too easy.
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gogwitcher300: Greetings

I have a question regarding one of the modules for Nwn. Pirates of the Sword Coast
At the beginning of the adventure the PC will lose *all*of his/her equipment.

Does the PC finds his/her equipment later or it's forever lost?

The whole point of this question is that my PC, is:
Level 12 Paladin
has more then 500,000 Gold
and *very* powerful apparel & weapons

To escape mass confusion for non DnD players, PC= Player Character

Thank you for your time & assistance
gogwitcher300
[url=http://gaming.wikia.com/wiki/Neverwinter_Nights:_Pirates_of_the_Sword_Coast]http://gaming.wikia.com/wiki/Neverwinter_Nights:_Pirates_of_the_Sword_Coast[/url]

quote:
Due to aid the PC gave to the priestess earlier he/she is marooned rather than killed. Thus she/he loses all of his/her equipment and must scavenge what supplies they can, construct equipment and then find a way to reach the inhabited area of the island.
so gone and not be seen again.
/quote

Reason by the way, this one was a stand-alone, not a sequel or whatever. And the usual trick, by some means you are getting robbed or similar ;)

EDIT trying to fix broken link, but today.....I don't know.....okay typical GOG :D
Post edited September 26, 2017 by Goodaltgamer
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Taro94: I'm pretty sure you won't get your stuff back and that's because you were rather supposed to bring a new character into Pirates of the Sword Coast (which would automatically be advanced to a required level).

Bringing an old character with good items and higher level can make the game too easy.
I'll then either play on a more hard difficulty or start a new adventure

Thank you for your time & assistance
gogwitcher300
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gogwitcher300: Greetings

I have a question regarding one of the modules for Nwn. Pirates of the Sword Coast
At the beginning of the adventure the PC will lose *all*of his/her equipment.

Does the PC finds his/her equipment later or it's forever lost?

The whole point of this question is that my PC, is:
Level 12 Paladin
has more then 500,000 Gold
and *very* powerful apparel & weapons

To escape mass confusion for non DnD players, PC= Player Character

Thank you for your time & assistance
gogwitcher300
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Goodaltgamer: [url=http://gaming.wikia.com/wiki/Neverwinter_Nights:_Pirates_of_the_Sword_Coast]http://gaming.wikia.com/wiki/Neverwinter_Nights:_Pirates_of_the_Sword_Coast[/url]

quote:
Due to aid the PC gave to the priestess earlier he/she is marooned rather than killed. Thus she/he loses all of his/her equipment and must scavenge what supplies they can, construct equipment and then find a way to reach the inhabited area of the island.
so gone and not be seen again.
/quote

Reason by the way, this one was a stand-alone, not a sequel or whatever. And the usual trick, by some means you are getting robbed or similar ;)

EDIT trying to fix broken link, but today.....I don't know.....okay typical GOG :D
And thank you too for your time & assistance

gogwitcher300
Post edited September 26, 2017 by gogwitcher300
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gogwitcher300: snip
And again: You arrrrrrrrrrrre welcome ;)