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Dungeon Siege III

Dungeon Siege 3: All Achievements List:
Submitted by: Saidul

Complete the following tasks to unlock the corresponding achievement. To
view your achievements and stats in Steam, select "Community", then "My 
profile", then "View all my games", then the game and view stats.

Achievement             Description	
Archambaud's Anathema - During your fight against the Dapper Old Gent, you 
                        destroyed 50 of his Automatons.	
Archon Adept          - You reached level 20 as Anjali.	
Aspire to Victory     - You stormed the Spire and defeated Jeyne Kassynder.	
Circle of Friends     - You achieved at least one level of influence with all
                        three of your companions.	
Enduring Champion     - Over your career, you have sustained at least 100,000 
                        points of damage.	
Epic Scholarship      - You reached level 20 as Reinhart.	
Fiery Judgment        - You have completed the main quest as Anjali.	
Flawless Victory      - You defeated the reborn god without needing to be revived
                        by a companion.	
Guardian Legend       - You reached level 20 as Lucas.	
Guardian of Ehb       - You have completed the main quest as Lucas.	
Helping Hand          - While joined to another player's game, you used an empowered
                        Defensive Ability to assist the party.	
Jinx                  - You were part of a conversation wherein four players were 
                        all in agreement as to what to say.	
Legion Caretaker      - You decided that Gunderic Manor should remain in Legion hands.	
Lescanzi Ally         - You ceded control of Gunderic Manor to Leona.	
Liberator             - You freed all the prisoners in the Spire.	
Long Live the Queen   - You broke the siege of Glitterdelve and saved Queen Roslyn.	
Loremaster            - You have discovered 60 lore entries in one adventure.	
Maximum Bro Fist      - Playing co-op as Lucas and Reinhart, you defeated a boss.	
Maximum Charisma      - You achieved the highest possible influence with one of your 
Merchant of Ehb       - You sold over 100,000 coins worth of items.	
Military Intelligence - You were part of a conversation wherein four players were all
                        in disagreement over what to say.	
Nerds Hate Sunlight   - You and a friend have played for three hours in one session.	
Party of Four         - You were part of a four-player party that completed the game 
Perfectionist         - You completed your quest, plus all other secondary quests in 
                        the game.	
Rajani's Rival        - You bested Rajani without needing to heal yourself.	
Rivalry               - You have disagreed on dialogue choices 20 times in one session.	
Royalist Ally         - You have shown unwavering support to the Crown.	
Sacred Meeting        - You spoke to the Radiant Youth in the Mournweald.	
Stonebridge Alliance  - You forged an alliance between Stonebridge and the 10th Legion.	
Trial by Fire         - You defeated the archon, Rajani.	
Two Girls, One Boss   - Playing co-op as Anjali and Katarina, you defeated a boss.	
We Are Legion         - You have gathered a full party of Legion descendants.	
Worthy of Legend      - You completed Dungeon Siege III at the highest difficulty level.

Smart tips:
Written by Geralt Of Rivia

Thereís an in-game glossary that explains pretty much every game mechanic. Donít miss it. 

When you first level up and get talent/skill/proficiency points to spend, read through all 
your options. Itíll help you get a handle on how your character will play later on. 
In particular, pay attention to ways your character can generate focus or power. 

Donít feel obligated to switch out your companions frequently. If one works well with your 
style, use them. This goes double if you like their personality, although you probably wonít 
hate any of them. 

Dodge roll all the time. It uses no resources, avoids all damage and requires no stats. 
Unlike other top-down action games, you canít just take hits and expect to come out on top. 
This is especially true for hard mode. 

Blocking is deadly, both in the sense that a blocking specialist can rip his opponents apart 
(stats like Retribution (damage to attacker) and Warding (stun attackers) work while blocking) 
and in the sense that someone who isnít geared for it can get turned into a red smear. 

You probably have the DLC. Youíll meet a dude with a funny-colored quest marker (you literally 
canít miss him, so donít worry) later on. You could do it right away, but at some point 
youíll get a couple major quest chains you can do in any order. I feel that doing the DLC 
alongside these works best, although you can start it earlier if you feel the need to take
 advantage of its respec fountain. 

When you first gain access to power orbs, you may try out the only attack you have that uses
 them, decide itís underwhelming and relegate orbs to healing and buffing. Donít do this. 
The empowered skills (which you unlock by using the regular skill repeatedly) are fun-on-a-bun. 
Itís possible to clear out an enemy group with a single empowered skill use. 

If you have the DLC, thereís an enchanting subsystem. Relevant points are these: 
Only certain stats are part of the system. The glossary can remind you which ones. 
From the items menu you can destroy items for a small bit of cash and a chance at an 
enchanting gem, provided they have a stat that can be enchanted. You donít get as much money 
as a vendor would offer, but the chance at more enchanting supplies is worth it. 

The more valuable an item is, the more expensive it is to enchant. It still might be best 
to focus your efforts on a single item, allowing you to more easily replace other pieces of 
Kneel before Doom! Doom increases critical hit damage, and itís the only enchant that increases 
damage. A critical-hit specialist decked out in a couple hundred extra points of doom is 
hilariously effective.

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