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  • Droid8Apple
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    So this is awesome; I just figured out why I've been so frustrated about the loot and complaining/rage quitting about it. It would seem that despite me collecting keys from the environement and them no longer showing in HUD/Raven view they're not in my inventory and I cannot open chests. What a fantastic problem. I'm 60 hours into the story... 60. I just figured it was intended that keys for certain chests wouldn't be collected near the chest itself to make the loot progression even slower (so you buy more items) or something. I figured that's why they were named keys, as well. If they were intended to be used near the chest why would they need a name, I thought.

    How exactly would one go about making a system that could break so fantastically? And I already know deep in my core that you're going to say "start a new game you're SOL", but wanted to take a chance that maybe there's something that can be done. I cannot express how upset this makes me. 60 hours... LoL. Really?

    I've included pictures (maybe, if that doesn't break/fail) of the Thegn's Helmet. The pictures will show all 3 key locations as looted, the chest still telling me I need keys, and my inventory not showing the keys. I wish more than anything I would have looked up a guide sooner- but I shouldn't have to. I did, after all, pay real money for the treasure maps (because Ubisoft) to alleviate the lack of loot a little. Anyone know of a save editor?

    https://imgur.com/a/US1n13A (imgur link for the pictures, because 2mb is the max file size [ the size of a cell phone picture in 2007])

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