Endings in Divinity: Original Sin 2 and their requirements.

 

Major Endings

 

Ending

Summary

Requirements

Ascend to Divinity Rivellon unites under the new Divine, but the battle against the Void rages on. Chose to become the new Divine after the final battle.
Let Lucian remain Divine The races of Rivellon unite and Void is driven back. Lucian and Dallis are revered by all. Surrender to Lucian and let him have the divinity.
Ascend to Divinity with the Doctor You and the Doctor rule the world as the Divine of Light and Divine of Darkness. The Voidlings been easily defeated by demon armies, but later a much bloodier war began between you and him. Make a deal with the Doctor and honor it in the final battle.
Release Source into the world All in Rivellon become Sourcerers. United, they drive the God King back to the Void. A golden age comes, but soon shatters as the Source-empowered strive for power. Chose to release the Source to all of Rivellon.
Seal the Veil Dallis purges the Source from Rivellon, restoring the Veil and turning the Sourcerers into Silent Monks. Malady visits the Hall of Echoes and restores the Sourcerers' souls. Lucian rules as the Divine though he does not wield the power anymore (but nobody knows about it). Chose to give up your Source.
Allow the God King to return The God King wages war on Rivellon. The mortal races are overthrown and enslaved by the Eternals. Chose to cooperate with God King, or have no one ascend.
Allow the Eternals to return, but seal the God King in the Void The Eternals enslave all of the mortal races, but they now rule as equals. Chose to free the Eternals, but not the God King (*only possible while having Fane as the main character)

Character Endings

Ending

Description

Requirements

Sebille the Free

Sebille is a wandering hero praised by all of Rivellon.

Free Sebille from her slaver and kill him. Refuse to become the new Mother tree and kill the current Mother tree. Not Ascended to Divinity.

Sebille the Mother

Sebille is finding a new forest as the Mother and the elves gather around her and worship her. She swears to never kill again.

Free Sebille from her slaver and kill him. Agree to become the new Mother tree and kill the current Mother tree. Not Ascended to Divinity.

Lohse the Musician Lohse is a great musician and plays across Rivellon. Free Lohse from her demon. Not Ascended to Divinity.
 Ifan the Redeemed Ifan goes back and restored the elven forests and disappears. (complete all his quests?) (not sure)

Region Endings

Fort Joy

Ending 

Description

Fort Joy (Ascend to Divinity) Becomes a sorcerers' paradise and a place of exiles
Fort Joy (Ascend to Divinity with the Doctor) No information, destroy without a doubt
Fort Joy (Release the Source into the World) Becomes a holiday resort
Fort Joy (Seal the Veil) Driftwood people turn the island into a holiday resort

Reaper's Coast

Ending

Description

Reaper's Coast (Ascend to Divinity) The Cost struggles to survive, Blackpits take fire and Driftwood is destroyed by the Void (which puts an end to famine)
Reaper's Coast (Ascend to Divinity with the Doctor) No information, destroy without a doubt 
Reaper's Coast (Release the Source into the World) The Cost prospers, farmers produce good harvest, Blood Island becomes fecund and Driftwood turns into a center of industry, trade and transport.
Reaper's Coast (Seal the Veil) Same situation than when you release the Source into the world.

Arx Endings

Ending

Description

 Arx (Ascend to Divinity)  Arx remain the center of power of the Divine Alliance
Arx (Ascend to Divinity with the Doctor) Arx remain the center of power of the Divine Alliance
Arx (Release the Source into the World) Arx falls into decline and is empty 
Arx (Seal the Veil) Arx remain the center of power of Divine Alliance (Lucian) and become a metropolis 

Races Endings

Elves Endings

Ending

Description

Requirements

Elves (Ascend to Divinity) The Elves fight for the Divine No Specific Requirement
Elves (Ascend to Divinity with the Doctor) The Elves fight for the Divine but when they find out about the pact between the Divine and the Doctor they flee Rivellon by a portal to Nemesis (Demon Realm). No Specific Requirement
Elves (Release the Source into the World) Elves rebuild their civilization but split into two factions, one aims to bring back the Ancients Trees (mind control elves and wish for Elven domination on Rivellon) and another - to bring back the Scions. No Specific Requirement
Elves (Seal the Veil) Lucian give new lands to the Elves but they don't forgive him and they still don't trust humans. No Specific Requirement

Lizards Endings

Ending

Description

Requirements

Lizards (Ascend to Divinity) The Lizard Empire becomes one of the pillars of the new Divine Alliance and uses the war to expand its territory. No Specific Requirement
Lizards (Ascend to Divinity with the Doctor) The Lizard Empire fall or manage to survive Unkown dependences
Lizards (Release the Source into the World) The Lizard Empire expands its territory. No Specific Requirement
Lizards (Seal the Veil) The Lizard Empire adopts a "quasi-democracy" disbanding the Houses but it is still ruled secretly by the House of Shadows. No Specific Requirement

Dwarfs Endings

Ending

Description

Requirements

Dwarfs (Ascend to Divinity) The Dwarven Kingdom fights for the Divine. Justinia Alive
Dwarfs (Ascend to Divinity)  The Godwoken becomes the leader of The Dwarven Kingdom, The Dwarfs become the most important and advanced race in Rivellion.

Justinia Dead

Dwarf Godwoken

Dwarfs (Ascend to Divinity) The Dwarven Kingdom doesn't join the Divine and falls into chaos. Justinia Dead
Dwarfs (Ascend to Divinity with the Doctor) The Dwarven Kingdom withdraws the Alliance and gets nearly destroyed by the Demons. Justinia Alive
Dwarfs (Ascend to Divinity with the Doctor) The Dwarven Kingdom lead the Alliance and the World but after discovering the pact between the Divine and the Doctor, dwarfs withdraw the Alliance and The Kingdom falls into chaos.

Justinia Dead

Dwarf Godwoken

Dwarfs (Ascend to Divinity with the Doctor) The Dwarven Kingdom doesn't join the Divine, falls into chaos and is nearly destroyed by the Demons OR The Dwarven Kingdom fights for the Divine.

Justinia Dead

Unknown dependences (probably depends on if a non-dwarf Godwoken has a "Dwarfs Friend" tag)

Dwarfs (Release the Source into the World) The Dwarven Kingdom is peaceful but the leader (Justinia or Dwarf Godwoken or New King) gets stabbed to death.

Justinia Alive or Dead

Dwarf Godwoken

Else Godwoken

 

Dwarfs (Seal the Veil) The Dwarven Kingdom is peaceful but the leader (Justinia or New King) gets stabbed to death.

Justinia Alive or Dead

 

 




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    • Anonymous

      There are more endings than these, secondary character backstories for example with several branching pathes too, like I’ve seen at least 4 different endings for Jahan and I disn’t even have Lohse in my party.

      • Anonymous

        TL;DR on half the commentary on Fanes ending: "I picked an elitist, condescending, undead demigod as my PC and the results were not idyllic. This is unacceptable, let me talk to a manager."

        • Anonymous

          Game was fun. World was immersive. Story was full of holes. People who are complaining about the ending failed to pay attention to some of the awful plot throughout the game. Dallis called you predictable? For **** sake you're the Godwoken of course you had to go to the ****ing island. Was there any other choice? Lucian magically out witted the gods who had been alive and watching over the world for how many thousands of years? Tenebrium? Really? So he faked his death and was instantly moved there? And how did he know that would block the gods from seeing? How was he still consuming their source while surrounded by Tenebrium? Why even fake your ****ing death? Everyone worshipped him. He could have easily rounded up the sorcerors without any such deception.

          The game makes the gods out to be bad because they are "feeding" on source of their worshippers. This isn't explained at all. Pillars of Eternity actually had these mechanics laid out and you could understand how soul essence is gathered. This is just a mess of half thought up ideas. Literally the races wouldn't exist without the gods based on the story written. There is so much more wanting from this and yet the game does not deliver. You are just left with "Well the gods are *******s, they deserved to be wiped out."

          The endings were a bunch of mixed bags with little relevance to player choices throughout the game. Somehow you becoming divine with more power than Lucian and more power than all 7 gods means you can't keep the void in check? What? They were clearly in check before. And the elves dying some how weakened a god? Why? Aren't their deaths literally what the gods feed off of? Shouldn't the elf god been uber powerful right after the death fog was used?

          I really enjoyed the game. Played through twice. But they really need to work on ironing out their story arch. Wendigo was the narrator and she was pretty much irrelevant to the story. I saved her in this last play through, and she fights for you or helps elderly and children... She has no real connection to the characters or players besides summoning a Kraken at the beginning.

          • The endings aren't as bad as these comments are making them out to be. No, the endings weren't great, but I felt perfectly satisfied I felt I could end the story the way I wanted. I had no problem with the happy endings being "too sad" or "too dark." Ascend, release Source, or purge Source - even the purged ending lets you live happily ever after. Heck, even the Doctor's ending has a cool dynamic. Fane's endings left me a little shocked, but it's cool to leave them in as an option, and they are very satisfying conclusion. But people in these comments are arguing the good endings aren't good enough because Malady is acting rude and sarcastic? That's been her personality for literally the entire game. She’s always that way and it says nothing about your choices. I felt distributing Source equally to everyone made the world a better and more interesting place, so for me that’s canon and I'm happy. Giving you many options to betray your companions or ruin their story arc is an excellent addition by Larian. You get some of the most entertaining narratives in the game that way. (Watching a video of someone giving up Sebille to The Shadow Prince had me crying with laughter. I hate Red but I love him so much.)

            I think people who are focused on the game having a "bad ending" are missing the bigger issue. Despite the amazing writing throughout, the main storyline to this game is simply not great. The main story is deceptive, because it starts off very strong in Fort Joy. The goal to get off the island is perfectly suited for every character! But as soon as you reach Driftwood, the main story devolves, and by Lucian’s Tomb the plot has slipped so far the ending is actually a step up. Driftwood is just a video game trope, open area fetch quest to pick up 3 Source points. Then you go all over the place: within inches of Godhood, then back to fighting Magisters and crawling around sewers, to... fighting animated toys? The biggest problem is that no matter who you are, your character’s own story hardly matters much. The fact that Sebille, Prince and Ifan take exactly the same pathway through the world doesn’t make much sense. For most of the characters, their own story becomes a sideshow as they are forcibly involved with (or getting revenge on) OTHER people who care a lot more about ascension than they do personally.

            So after 100+ hrs of playing, the game you’ve experienced hardly made Divinity seem like the main goal. What you fell in love with was the character arcs, adventures, and friendships. When you hit the end, what you get is a bunch of revelations about the Eternals, the Voidwoken, and the nature of Source. And those reveals are honestly awesome, some of the best elements in main plot. But next to nothing about what you really cared about during your playthrough. Particularly for Red Prince, Sebille, and Beast, the only effect that the ending has on your personal story is whether you make your race is slightly better off as Godwoken. Your personal story evaporates. Only Lohse, Ifan and Fane really conclude their stories during the final chapter of the game. And only for Fane is the ending deeply relevant. Lohse and Ifan could basically snipe their targets, get revenge and the game could be over. For 5/6 characters, what you do with Divinity and choosing the future of Source is an unnecessary sideshow – but that’s exactly how it’s been the entire rest of the game, unless you’re playing as Fane. The ending is satisfying in tying up the threads of the story about Divinity, giving you some cool revelations about your enemies, and painting an intriguing picture for the future of Rivellon.

            And that last bit is one of the biggest benefits to leaving so much unresolved tension in the "happy" endings. It means there's a ripe juicy world full of warfare and conflict for Divinity 3 to explore. Hopefully with a fantastic ending this time!

            • Anonymous

              There is one more ending for Ark, for if dead fog released into the city. It will not be mentioned in the epilogue, assumed destroyed.

              • Anonymous

                I killed Lucian for genocide and Dallis for being a nazi, THAN I choose to purge all source. And what I got ? Lucian and Dallis ALIVE to take all credit and power ???
                This is bullshit. I want them dead, no tyrant and no war!

                • Anonymous

                  On YouTube I found a video with all the endings and there was an ending in which the main character made a deal with the Doctor and described the fate of the characters after this deal (for example, the Red Prince and Fane). But I can't figure out how to do it! If you make a deal with the Doctor, he will make you kill your allies, won't he? And if they are killed, they will not be mentioned in the ending.

                  • Anonymous

                    Just finished on PS4! I watched as many endings as I had access to.

                    I looked at how many PS4 players have finished the game and it was less than 10% on any difficulty. Made me sad since it's such a great game all the way through.

                    I guess the length of the game is what stops people I know I took a few breaks here and there. Kept coming back though!

                    • Anonymous

                      So when you finish the game they say lohse becomes moody and wanders off in the wild and always came back with a song.
                      And when you kill adramahlik she sings her song but then says hat she's not sure if she was the one who wrote it. Is she still possessed or somethin?

                      • Anonymous

                        So, just to be clear. Seal the veil does not supprim the Source. In divinity 2, we might be the only sourcerer alive. Dragon are créature from the Source. Dragon Knight are sourcerer, but they're not draining their power from the Source. It's the dragons that are granting them power. If the immortal tear the veil again and the void return, Dragon Knight will be able to défend Rivellon... If they're not killed by stupid followers of Lucian. And if the void return, that will mean that the sealed broke. That will mean that sourcerer may return too. But it will take time to learn to control it again. Thus, dragon Knight are vital to Rivellon.

                        • Anonymous

                          Submitting to Lucien and eliminating Source from Rivellon seems like suicide. AFAIK, they only said they'd close the Veil, but what if the Eternals found another way to re-open it? Without a divine and divine-candidate sourcerers, basically spells doom for all of Rivellon. Too much sacrifice for too little gain, had the void been completely destroyed by this choice, it may have been worth it, but throwing away your best weapons, let alone, sacrificing millions of lives in the process, really makes it an unworthy result. I.e., in Mass Effect, Shepard sacrifices himself and most of the Mass Relays, along with millions of lives, but he manages to completely annihilate the Reapers. The most logical ending seems to be to ascend to be divine and pave the path for a third game, everything else seemed to be a bad end or a false good end.

                          • How come the ending sequences go on at length about the stupid fisher you find the ring for outside of Driftwood and his divorce but doesn't even mention Sadha when I am playing as Red Prince. So *****ing stupid.

                            • Anonymous

                              I guess this too shows that nice guys finish last even in a fantasy setting :( It's their game, they can do whatever I suppose, but it makes me appreciate games like Mass Effect 2 even more... you wanted the perfect ending with your entire ship crew saved and every member of your suicide team alive? (only downside is 50% of some human colony dies, but you did recover the other half) - sure man, you can totally achieve that you can also have endings were some died or everyone died in that game. I guess you can have great games that leave a bad aftertaste and great games that don't leave a bad aftertaste. Me, personally, I prefer the latter.

                              • Anonymous

                                There is a way to make companion devine albeit not much difference also I had Fane as companion got the Fane ending option but didn't get the achievement :( Anyways you need to make a pact with the doctor he's got your blood now. Have a thief. Before point of no return make a save. Now go to your last fight. When the doctor appears there are 2 choices-get the doctor ending is str8fwd. If you choose to resist and he has your blood uour main will be killed for good but the rest of the party can kill him. The one closest to him when he dies will be allowed yo choose! Although instead of 3 only 2 options if choosing to ascend. I guess, I have not tried,you can still have your mains normal ending if you, before going for the last fight, steal your vial of blood, then when he appears and choose yo turn on him I guess he can't kill you. This worked at least with the "lian lady" in Arx.

                                • Anonymous

                                  Here are my notes from save-resetting last night. 1) No Option to Make Companion Divine - I had a custom avatar and played with Sebille at max attitude. I reset the game and tried every dialogue option. If you do not take divinity yourself, the God King will take it and you get the God King ending. There does not appear to be any way to give it to a companion, even though the game sets you up in Act III to make you think you can support someone else. Please respond if I'm missing something here. 2) Sacrifice Yourself Immediately - If you choose to give up right away, you will fight Braccus Rex/Vredeman but the rest of the antogonists (Lucian, Dallis, Ghiest, etc.) will become your allies for the battle. The battle immediately goes to phase 2, which is the Braccus fight. You have a second option to choose Divinity at the end of the battle. This is probably the easiest way to to win the final battle outside of skipping phase 2. 3) Skip Phase 2 - Refuse to sacrifice yourself and you fight all of the antagonists in the room. If you do enough damage or focus on Vredeman first, you can skip his dialogue and phase 2 never happens. This makes the battle much shorter. 4) Choose Divinity This gives you an OK ending and Malady/companions seem happy with the choice. 5) Choose to Share Source w/ World This gives you a pretty good ending. Malady is unhappy and companions are happy. 6)Give Up Divinity - God King Takes Over This gives you a bad ending. Everyone is pissed at you. 7) Sacrifice Yourself to fix the Veil Whether you choose this immediately or after battle, Lucian gets most of the credit. Companions are mostly happy. Malady is unhappy, but saves you and the other sourcerers from becoming Silent Monks. 8) Lohse/Doctor Ending If you play as Lohse (not sure how this works if she is only a companion) AND you don't kill The Doctor, then he will show up at the end of the fight with Braccus Rex. He kills Dallis and Lucian and ascends to Divinity with you. You get a bad ending resulting in Demon Wars. Malady/Companions are unhappy. If you killed the doctor, she has a normal ending in line with the above choices. 9) Other Choices There is one other small difference. If you free Windego or seal the veil, she will narrate the slightly differently about her fate. Epilogue After the ending scene, the game puts you back on the boat. Talk to the Lady Vengeance when you are ready to see the Epilogue and credits. The Epilogue contains more story about various characters you may or may not have interacted with during your play-through, including your companions. Some of the ending scenes depend on the choices you made with the Dwarves, Lizards, and Elves. There are some really weird details that do not make sense, such as the Elves rallying to the your side as Divine even if you put deathfog in the Mother Tree. I was disappointed when this happened. You will have to experiment with the choices available surrounding Justinia, the Mother Tree, and the Scions.

                                  • Anonymous

                                    One question people, whats the difference between sealing the void ending and let lucian remain divine? And how can you let lucian remain divine?

                                    • Anonymous

                                      this game is amazing except the ending. half assed ending. at least give cinematics endings about what happened to the world. not just a word, narrative, and lazy portrait. how disappointing

                                      • Anonymous

                                        Seriously. That game has been out for three years and is wildly popular online. Why is this the least useful wiki ever?

                                        • Anonymous

                                          Where's the ending with the squirrel empire enslaving all the mortals, God King and the Eternals under the Great Acorn?

                                          • Anonymous

                                            The differences between The Big D Gang and The G K Crew are purely cosmetic, both are literally hitlers and deserve losing. On top of that, the plotpoint about gods herding mortals for Source directly means that in time there will be enough of it to build the Veil and make God King pay for it, with leftovers being ours to keep. Win-win-win. Adramallama could've been a chill dude to hang out with, were he imported from DnD. Unfortunately, he is as bad at not stealing other people's stuff as the rest of them; a murderer and an illegal immigrant, he has to go back.

                                            • Anonymous

                                              "The Eternals enslave all of the mortal races, but they now rule as equals." No they don't rule as equals. Fane is just the ruler instead of God King. It's still a bad ending which I hoped it wouldn't. Because leaving the eternals in the void for all eternity seems like a really bad ending too. So why can't there be an alternative where the eternals actually are living in peace with the world?

                                              • Anonymous

                                                So I pass the the entire game fighting Dallis, rebelling against the seven and doubting Lucian just to, in the end, they were right. Feels bad man.

                                                • Anonymous

                                                  No, I have to agree about one thing. It's bollocks that the Lucian ending turns out better than the one where you become the Divine. Sure, his plan could work in the short term, but generations later eventually someone would learn the truth that the Divine isn't truly divine anymore. We're supposed to believe that one Eternal would be enough to keep the lie from falling apart? Someone would test the "Divine" perhaps by once more unleashing vast quantities of death fog and discover that there are no more miracles left to save people, and maybe they'd even claim the life of the "Divine" in the bargain. The world would fall to war and strife, and no one would be watching for the tearing of the veil and the return of the voidwoken or the demons. That should be the Lucian ending, not that sunshine and rainbows crap.

                                                  • Anonymous

                                                    ur not supposed to get the "good" ending where everyone is happy and theres no war and no magic or fun. why would you want a whiteknight kingdom. did you really play this whole game through being a saint? if not, why you trying to be one at the end? you are supposed to pick to become the divine, get the OK ending, and get the foreshadowing of a future sequel possibility of you as a divine working with Malady, etc. to do her favor with the whole Demon situation. if you didnt notice, demons throughout the game are sorta not talked about and by far stronger than everything else/key to the plot, but theres no ending that really touches on them except the one where the demon army is used to crush the eternals/sworn. pick divine, be greedy, get the ending where everyone on your boat is happy. thats the "good ending"

                                                    • Anonymous

                                                      so let me get this straight: killing lucian (jackass) and dallis (main baddy in the whole game) and braccus (evil sorcerer who wants to enslave everyone with the god king), which is also the hardest option because you need to fight and kill EVERYONE at the end, only gives you the OK ending?? to get the good ending I had to surrender and basically do what I would have done if i had just stayed on fort joy? WHAT WAS THE POINT OF ANYTHING I DID?

                                                      • Anonymous

                                                        In the first phase (before the Kraken), you can actually teleport behind the throne - and none of the NPCs can get back there OR attack you. I bursted Braccus Rex, then Tactical Retreat / Phoenix Dive to get behind the throne. Heal, jump out, port an NPC back there, jump back in, burn the NPC. Rinse and repeat.

                                                        • Anonymous

                                                          I expected more from these endings tbh.. everything depends on the last portion of the game.. Kinda dissapointing the game was really good (buggy as ***** tho) and these endings really fked it up

                                                          • Anonymous

                                                            It's actually possible to skip Rex fight by lowering his hp and brusting him to death. That will completely deny the God king chance to in play with the Kraken and you just get to fight Lucian, Dallis and their escort will still be there so the fight will be as it should. But no difference to the ending, just a easier fight.

                                                            • Anonymous

                                                              Choosing my main character to not become divine at the end gave me the god king ending even though i never cooperated with the god king.

                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                Fane's divinity ending is NOT the same as bringing the God King as some comments claim. He brings back the eternals but not the God King. For the mortal races it's sort of the same as they still get enslaved, but there's no covenant, the eternals rule together rather than having a sinlge tyrant. Almost everyone still hates you on Lady Vengance but the dialogue and the ending cutscene is slightly different. (for example if you gave Swornbreaker to the succubus lady she doesn't mind this ending, whereas she'd curse you if freed her only to get enslaved by the God King again on the God King ending)

                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                  eh - distributing source to everyone is neutral/good imo. everyone's killing someone for some reason or another anyways, giving everyone source powers just resets the floor for levels. and given the propensity of heroes to rise up every so often in worlds like these, they'll never generally be reduced to apocalyptic wastelands, they'll end up alright in the end.

                                                                  • Anonymous

                                                                    Am I the only on bothered by the fact that the "good" ending is essentially the same as being purged in Fort Joy? The ending made me feel like everything I did to get up to that point was for nothing.

                                                                    • Anonymous

                                                                      Is it possible to somone else become divine from your team? ex u play selfmade character but have Sebille and let her be divine? or Beast can? They talk about it like it's a option.

                                                                      • Anonymous

                                                                        Fane's divine ending is... I don't have words for it. Even after you skipped the option to side with the God-king (Fane dialogue) you still get the enslaved ending. Sure, Fane is not his thrall but still, he is no better than the God-king himself.

                                                                        You can always try this thou:
                                                                        "The Fane divine ending bug (same ending as surrendering to the god king) come from the small voidwoken you encounter on the bridge after killing the source puppets and pulling all the levers. So you leave Fane behind and simply walk across the bridge into the throne room, no voidwoken will spawn and Fane will be teleported to the group. If you do this, you'll get the normal Divine Ending as Fane."
                                                                        Taken from https://divinityoriginalsin2.wiki.fextralife.com/End+Times comments section by Anonymous

                                                                        • Anonymous

                                                                          The ending for this game sucks lol. NOTHING matters that you do other than the final choice. What the hell? Red Prince brings the dragons back and that doesn't even get mentioned in the ending credits? WTF was the point of getting so involved in the story and lore..

                                                                          ..all the "Origin" characters are a pointless pieces of trash. Better to just play as a four man party of undeads from all the races..

                                                                          • Anonymous

                                                                            Well that was *****ed up. How come Fane being the Divine is the same result as siding with the god King?? The proper ending should have been Fane ruling over the races and keeping the void at bay alone. The choices never mentioned anything about bringing the eternals back wtf... Everyone said i was a jackass for my choice on the ship. =___=

                                                                            • Anonymous

                                                                              I don't see how to even reach the ending "Let Lucian remain Divine"? Even "surrendering my source" doesn't make it possible. Dallis will still claim they have failed when Braccus is dead.

                                                                              And I still don't get the part in Academy. Why is my party (Ifan/main, Sebille, Red Prince and Lohse) not offer to join/ally the God King? Is it because 1) I killed Alex in Nameless Isle or 2) I did not have Fane or Undead as main or in my party?

                                                                              • Anonymous

                                                                                "Once all bosses been defeated, you will have to choose what to do. To ascend to next divine, or purge all the source on this world, or let everyone capable of using the source. Whatever you do, the quest is completed and you will be transported to Lady Vengeance."

                                                                                So I killed all the baddies, had a small cut scene, chose to be Divine, I appear on the Lady Vengeance as was stated. And that's it? Nothing more? I mean I talk to everyone on board, but there is no return to the main menu, no additional credits? No "you won this way go play it again" you just stand there on the damned boat until you hit escape and quit the game?

                                                                                • Anonymous

                                                                                  does anyone know if it is possible to Seal the veil and kill the lucian? i want to seal the veil but even when i did it after fighting and defeating him he still became ruler which i personally dislike.

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