Planar Sphere Problem

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Planar Sphere Problem

Postby Alexia » Wed Jan 03, 2001 1:29 pm

My boyfriend is stuck in the planar sphere. He killed Valygar to get in the door, and he started looking around the inside of the sphere and killed everything that was inside, but he can't get in the one door that's to the right of the golem room without a key. He hasn't been able to find the key, and he can't get out. Does anyone know anything that can help? Especially how to get the key...or if there was something he was supposed to do on the outside before going in the sphere that would have helped.

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Postby Weasel » Wed Jan 03, 2001 1:37 pm

I believe you need to put the golem together to open the door.

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Postby Alexia » Wed Jan 03, 2001 1:41 pm

Ok, so where is the head of the Golem?

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Postby Weasel » Wed Jan 03, 2001 1:53 pm

The head is in the room to the right of the furnace room . sorry my mistake

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Postby Alexia » Wed Jan 03, 2001 2:01 pm

The room that looks like it's a clock? Didn't know there was a puzzle in there that needed to be solved. How do you activate the puzzle?

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Postby Weasel » Wed Jan 03, 2001 2:06 pm

Nevermind

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Postby Alexia » Wed Jan 03, 2001 2:11 pm

Okay, I have seen the room with the symbols in it by using the power that allows us to see the map areas. THAT'S the room he can't get into because it's telling him he needs a key that he can't find.

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Postby Weasel » Wed Jan 03, 2001 2:17 pm

[QUOTE]Originally posted by Weasel:
[b]The head is in the room to the right of the furnace room . Kill the Iron golem to get the head.


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Postby Genesis » Wed Jan 03, 2001 2:32 pm

hmmmm, to put the golem together first get the arm/legs from the first room on the left of the entrance. I assume you have this already. Then you will need to get the golem head from the room with the giant clock INSIDE THE CLOCK after killing the Golems that guard it. The you will need to go click on the golem making machine to put the golem together...I'm not sure if you have to read the golem making book first found in the desk opposite the golem making machine.

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Postby Alexia » Wed Jan 03, 2001 8:27 pm

Thanks for the help. Hopefully this will work. I'll be sure to check this out when I get a chance to play again.

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Postby Raistlin » Wed Jan 03, 2001 8:38 pm

A good lesson to your boyfriend.

You can't own everything with killing anything . This is what makes BG2 more than hack'n slash .

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Postby Alexia » Wed Jan 03, 2001 8:40 pm

My boyfriend has an excuse...He IS playing an evil character, so he has every right to kill everything he can...Even tho I don't agree with it.

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Postby Nick_Dude » Wed Jan 03, 2001 8:51 pm

for more info on the sphere check the walkthrough
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Postby Alienbob » Wed Jan 03, 2001 8:52 pm

speaking of killing too much, i tried to kill aran livail after paying him the 15000gp to get his help, and the game wouldnt let me. Image guess ill just have to side with bohdi next time.

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Postby Alexia » Wed Jan 03, 2001 9:00 pm

I always wondered what would happen if you did side with Bohdi.

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Postby Alienbob » Wed Jan 03, 2001 9:02 pm

Curdis says that you get to kill aran! Woohoo! I never liked him anyway.

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Postby The Nutless One » Wed Jan 03, 2001 9:47 pm

Originally posted by Alexia:
My boyfriend has an excuse...He IS playing an evil character, so he has every right to kill everything he can...Even tho I don't agree with it.

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I agree with you. Evil isn't about going on murdering sprees. It's about torturing Lawful Good people, and then torturing the paladins that come to save them.


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Postby Alienbob » Wed Jan 03, 2001 9:52 pm

Try torturing my lvl. 17 undead hunter and you'll end up with a sword down your throat. Image

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Postby The Nutless One » Wed Jan 03, 2001 9:54 pm

Hahaha, my level 21 Monk will just stunning blow you, and then torture you slowly with Drow Tentacle Rods.
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Postby Alienbob » Wed Jan 03, 2001 9:58 pm

lol. Nutless one, you dont have the balls.