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Kotor2(pc) Force sight

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Anonymous
February 13, 2005 6:18:29 AM

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Has anyone managed to get this power to do anything? Some in game mention
of it said something about it working in first person mode. But I can't
find any way to activate first person mode (no, it isn't solo mode). Is
this something they just left out of the PC version? If so, damned sloppy.
Leaving the power and story lines connected to it intact but making it
useless.

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Anonymous
February 13, 2005 1:01:09 PM

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"Adam Littman" <al51@cornellnospam.edu> wrote in message
news:Xns95FCD4F1D16Aal51cornellnospamedu@216.196.97.142...
> Has anyone managed to get this power to do anything? Some in game mention
> of it said something about it working in first person mode. But I can't
> find any way to activate first person mode (no, it isn't solo mode). Is
> this something they just left out of the PC version? If so, damned sloppy.
> Leaving the power and story lines connected to it intact but making it
> useless.

By default its CAPS LOCK to activate the first person view. It tells you in
the options, you know.

--
Les
February 13, 2005 7:29:23 PM

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On 2005-02-13, Les Steel <a@aolnot.com> wrote:
>
> "Adam Littman" <al51@cornellnospam.edu> wrote in message
> news:Xns95FCD4F1D16Aal51cornellnospamedu@216.196.97.142...
>> Has anyone managed to get this power to do anything? Some in game mention
>> of it said something about it working in first person mode. But I can't
>> find any way to activate first person mode (no, it isn't solo mode). Is
>> this something they just left out of the PC version? If so, damned sloppy.
>> Leaving the power and story lines connected to it intact but making it
>> useless.
>
> By default its CAPS LOCK to activate the first person view. It tells you in
> the options, you know.

Awesome this works nicely, although I don't see how useful it is.
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Anonymous
February 14, 2005 3:21:20 AM

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shadows wrote:
> On 2005-02-13, Les Steel <a@aolnot.com> wrote:
>
>>"Adam Littman" <al51@cornellnospam.edu> wrote in message
>>news:Xns95FCD4F1D16Aal51cornellnospamedu@216.196.97.142...
>>
>>>Has anyone managed to get this power to do anything? Some in game mention
>>>of it said something about it working in first person mode. But I can't
>>>find any way to activate first person mode (no, it isn't solo mode). Is
>>>this something they just left out of the PC version? If so, damned sloppy.
>>>Leaving the power and story lines connected to it intact but making it
>>>useless.
>>
>>By default its CAPS LOCK to activate the first person view. It tells you in
>>the options, you know.
>
>
> Awesome this works nicely, although I don't see how useful it is.
>

Incredibly useful. Your veiled-party characters have this ability. You
can see the light/dark alignment and strength of alignment by the color
people glow when in first-person view. It also acts like a kind of
nightvision, being able to see things at a distance a lot more clearly
and in any lighting condition.
Anonymous
February 14, 2005 5:30:59 AM

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"GFree" <nickt4001@yahoo.com.au> wrote in message
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> shadows wrote:
>> On 2005-02-13, Les Steel <a@aolnot.com> wrote:
>>
>>>"Adam Littman" <al51@cornellnospam.edu> wrote in message
>>>news:Xns95FCD4F1D16Aal51cornellnospamedu@216.196.97.142...
>>>
>>>>Has anyone managed to get this power to do anything? Some in game
>>>>mention
>>>>of it said something about it working in first person mode. But I can't
>>>>find any way to activate first person mode (no, it isn't solo mode). Is
>>>>this something they just left out of the PC version? If so, damned
>>>>sloppy.
>>>>Leaving the power and story lines connected to it intact but making it
>>>>useless.
>>>
>>>By default its CAPS LOCK to activate the first person view. It tells you
>>>in the options, you know.
>>
>>
>> Awesome this works nicely, although I don't see how useful it is.
>>
>
> Incredibly useful. Your veiled-party characters have this ability. You can
> see the light/dark alignment and strength of alignment by the color people
> glow when in first-person view. It also acts like a kind of nightvision,
> being able to see things at a distance a lot more clearly and in any
> lighting condition.

They should make an AD&D version of this and have that effect for Detect
Alignment.

Jonah Falcon
Anonymous
February 15, 2005 3:55:03 AM

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"Les Steel" <a@aolnot.com> wrote in news:378mrdF5a2mouU1@individual.net:

>
> "Adam Littman" <al51@cornellnospam.edu> wrote in message
> news:Xns95FCD4F1D16Aal51cornellnospamedu@216.196.97.142...
>> Has anyone managed to get this power to do anything? Some in game
>> mention of it said something about it working in first person mode.
>> But I can't find any way to activate first person mode (no, it isn't
>> solo mode). Is this something they just left out of the PC version?
>> If so, damned sloppy. Leaving the power and story lines connected to
>> it intact but making it useless.
>
> By default its CAPS LOCK to activate the first person view. It tells
> you in the options, you know.
>
> --
> Les

Actually, what it says in the options is "Free Look". Which I didn't take
to be first person mode because everything looks exactly the same in
that. Even when using a character with force sight. Regardless of whether
the character is Visas or the main character with force sight cast.

I take it that when you use it things look different?
February 15, 2005 4:42:54 PM

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On 2005-02-15, Adam Littman <al51@cornellnospam.edu> wrote:
> "Les Steel" <a@aolnot.com> wrote in news:378mrdF5a2mouU1@individual.net:
>
>>
>> "Adam Littman" <al51@cornellnospam.edu> wrote in message
>> news:Xns95FCD4F1D16Aal51cornellnospamedu@216.196.97.142...
>>> Has anyone managed to get this power to do anything? Some in game
>>> mention of it said something about it working in first person mode.
>>> But I can't find any way to activate first person mode (no, it isn't
>>> solo mode). Is this something they just left out of the PC version?
>>> If so, damned sloppy. Leaving the power and story lines connected to
>>> it intact but making it useless.
>>
>> By default its CAPS LOCK to activate the first person view. It tells
>> you in the options, you know.
>>
>> --
>> Les
>
> Actually, what it says in the options is "Free Look". Which I didn't take
> to be first person mode because everything looks exactly the same in
> that. Even when using a character with force sight. Regardless of whether
> the character is Visas or the main character with force sight cast.
>
> I take it that when you use it things look different?

You see reddish or blueish glows on living things according to
whether they are dark or light.

I haven't figured out how to cast force site. I just use Visas
who has it on all the time.
Anonymous
February 15, 2005 4:42:55 PM

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shadows <shadows@whitefang.com> wrote in
news:slrnd13v3i.1ha5.shadows@helena.whitefang.com:

> On 2005-02-15, Adam Littman <al51@cornellnospam.edu> wrote:
>> "Les Steel" <a@aolnot.com> wrote in
>> news:378mrdF5a2mouU1@individual.net:
>>
>>>
>>> "Adam Littman" <al51@cornellnospam.edu> wrote in message
>>> news:Xns95FCD4F1D16Aal51cornellnospamedu@216.196.97.142...
>>>> Has anyone managed to get this power to do anything? Some in game
>>>> mention of it said something about it working in first person mode.
>>>> But I can't find any way to activate first person mode (no, it
>>>> isn't solo mode). Is this something they just left out of the PC
>>>> version? If so, damned sloppy. Leaving the power and story lines
>>>> connected to it intact but making it useless.
>>>
>>> By default its CAPS LOCK to activate the first person view. It tells
>>> you in the options, you know.
>>>
>>> --
>>> Les
>>
>> Actually, what it says in the options is "Free Look". Which I didn't
>> take to be first person mode because everything looks exactly the
>> same in that. Even when using a character with force sight.
>> Regardless of whether the character is Visas or the main character
>> with force sight cast.
>>
>> I take it that when you use it things look different?
>
> You see reddish or blueish glows on living things according to
> whether they are dark or light.
>
> I haven't figured out how to cast force site. I just use Visas
> who has it on all the time.

I think for the main character it only lasts 20 seconds. However in my
case (and a few other people's judging from other boards I have read) it
doesn't work at all for any character, including Visas.
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