Planescape: Torment is a critically acclaimed RPG originally released in 1999 by Interplay, and remastered as an Enhanced Edition for modern systems by Beamd. A Planescape For Today: The Enhanced Edition includes modern features such as tab highlighting, area zooming, combat log, quickloot, and more! Play It Your Way: Enable Enhanced Edition features as you desire or turn them off to experience Planescape: Torment in its original glory. Planescape: Torment is built on BioWare's Infinity Engine, which presents the player with a pre-rendered world in an isometric perspective in which player characters are controlled. The game's role-playing ruleset are based on those of Advanced Dungeons & Dragons 2nd Edition. Mar 31, 2017 You Have to Play Planescape: Torment.
Before going any further, here's a brief explanation on how the walkthrough works:
Planescape Torment Character Editor
All the quests are discussed in the walkthrough, but some in more detail than others. On some quests I post a link that takes you to it's respective (more detailed) solution. That link is usually labeled as 'Details'.
While reading the walkthrough, you will sometimes see someting like 'action (x exp)', this means you will get 'x' experience points for performing 'action'. Another thing you might see is 'action (x STAT)', this means you can only perform 'action' if you have at least 'x' with that STAT. Yet another thing you might see is 'x=____, y=____', these are map coordinates, I sometimes use them to give item locations or someting like that. Press the 'L' key during the game to see the coordinates of where your mouse is pointing at.
One of the other things you'll find out while reading the walkthrough is that I'm not very coherent ;_;, this is probably most noticeable in my references to currency.
I wrote this walkthrough while using one of Platter's Ps:T's 'fix' packs (v1.36 I think, you can download it via a link I posted in the downloads section). Anyway, if you are not using the 'fix' pack you will notice a few minor differences from the game while reading the walkthrough.
Also, be sure to read the Getting Started section if you are a beginner.
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Planescape Torment Gog
|Mortuary: 2nd Floor|
|Mortuary: 3rd Floor|
|Mortuary: Main Floor|
|Hive: NorthEast Area|
|Hive: Gathering Dust Bar|
|Hive: SouthEast Area|
|Hive: Smoldering Corpse Bar|
|Hive: SouthWest Area|
|Hive: NorthWest Area|
|Hive: Ragpicker's Square|
|Weeping Stone Catacombs|
|Tenement of Thugs & Alley of Lingering Sighs|
|Clerk's Ward (Part 1)|
|Clerk's Ward (Part 2)|
|Outlands & Baator|
|Fortress of Regrets|
|Hive: Alley Of Dangerous Angles|
|Warrens of Thought|