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  • asp24759
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    Quest: Taken for Granted
    Version: 1.1.2 (I recently bought this game and install the 1.1.1)
    I tried to find all solutions online to process the quest but I found out I was too late, even load my oldest save file. So i have to find my own way.


    possible outcome:

    1. Randvi not following and stuck in her room (sometimes w/ a man & sometimes not)
    2. Randvi not following and stuck on a table no moving (sometimes w/ a man & sometimes not)
    3. Randvi not not following and walking to the destination (sometimes w/ a man & sometimes not) but then she stop in the river not moving

    Deadlock:
    Because I can't take to Randvi and I can't access the alliance map. I wasn't able to continue "In a Strange Land" quest

    After 10 hours+ test I found a solution
    Solution:
    continue other quests until randvi heading to the river(outcome 3). Once Randvi reach the river she stand in the river and not moving. (there was a man walking w/ her then he disappear)

    Call a long boat and using the long boat to push her in order to cross the 1st river. (She will not enter the longboat and said "not a long boat" just ignore her). In the fig 1, show she stand under me but she never enter the boatundefined

    After she "cross" the 1st river she auto heading to other rider (no following me). In fig 2&3, after we pass the river she walk alone
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    A moment later, she reach the 2nd river and stand still like last time (I guess maybe the boat is in deep water and she can't swim. )
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    Then, I enter the boat and sail it close to her. Now its the first time she head to/following me. but somehow when I slowly control the boat close to her. The boat accelerate all by itself and complete crash. Lucky I call the horse and she finally jump on. undefined

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