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Sourcery Skills (not to be confused with Source skills) are a set of skills that is integral to the story of Divinity: Original Sin 2. As you progress through the game you'll come across points where you must interact with the Divine, and will grant you these skills to help your ascension into godhood.

Bless can be learned on Fort Joy, first time you meet the gods. Spirit Vision and Source Vampirism can be learned in quest Powerful Awakening.

Divinity Original Sin 2 Sourcery Skills

 

Name Req Mem AP SP CD Res Scale Range Description

Bless
Bless

Bless target character or surface.
n/a 1 3 n/a n/a  13m

Set Blessed for 2 turn(s). (when Blessing a surface, it turns to the following: Holy Fire, Blessed Water, Blessed Oil, Holy Incense, Blessed Cloud, and Holy Blood.)

Curse
Curse

Curse target character or surface.
n/a 1 - 3 n/a   Set Cursed for 2 turn(s). (when Cursing a surface, it turns to the following: Necrofire, Cursed Water, Cursed Oil, Cursed Shrowd, Cursed Cloud, and Cursed Blood.)

Source Vampirism
Source Vampirism

Consume a corpse to gain a Source Point, or steal a Source Point from a living character.
n/a - - 2 n/a   Set Drain.

Spirit Form
Spirit Form

?
n/a - - 3 n/a  

Set Invulnerable for 2 turn(s).
Set Silenced for 2 turn(s).
Restore 6 Vitality for 2 turn(s).

Spirit Vision
Spirit Vision

Your eyes pierce the veil of the Hall of Echoes.
n/a - - - n/a n/a  -- Set Spirit Visioned for 10 turn(s).

 




    • Anonymous

      14 Nov 2019 17:10  

      There is one thing that strikes me. While i'm still on the Joy Island, while i read this, i get confused. They are all "Source is so powerful, so dangerous" and such. And yet, when you look at these spells, and the scarcity of the "source puddles" to replenish your power (making the sourcerer wish he would not need to use source in order to keep his points in case of dire need) i have to wonder "what is the big deal?" Source is always described as being the real deal in the Divinity series, but i fail to see how this is so great. This is usefull, but not that powerful. And the constraints to use it are many. The elemental spells that uses source points as complements are certainly the most devastating ones, but once again, the scarcity of it makes you think twice before using them.

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