How do you get the endings?

#1megametal42Posted 1/21/2010 6:38:16 PM
I assume that it has to deal with when you're asked to give a response, but does that mean that each response gives a different ending? Or, is there one question that determines it? Anyone who has done this already would be great
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#2zzenigmaxzzPosted 1/21/2010 6:43:05 PM
there are 6 times throughout the game that you are asked to pick a response... your responses determine which ending you get

below was copied from Loopstahblue's post @ xbox360a and he has 200 gs on this game


1. When you go to Devilsteel Garrison.
Agree for Altyria to stay at the keep - LUCE
Argue for Altyria to come with you - ALTYRIA

2. At the start of Act II after the fort.
Ask Luce why - LUCE
Comfort Altyria - ALTYRIA

3. At the Ancient Ruins.
Ignore it - LUCE
Maybe not - ALTYRIA

4. After the bridge.
Talk to Luce - LUCE
We'll stop him - ALTYRIA

5. On the Boat.
Talk to Luce - LUCE
Talk to Altyria - ALTYRIA

6. At the battle.
Follow the captain - LUCE
Sympathise with Altyria - ALTYRIA
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#3megametal42(Topic Creator)Posted 1/21/2010 11:26:16 PM
So are there just two endings, and whoever you side with more, you get her ending?
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#4xSentient_BeingPosted 1/22/2010 3:14:42 PM
"So are there just two endings, and whoever you side with more, you get her ending?"

Yes U get either the Luce Ending or the Altyria

on my second play through I wanted the Luce ending, and the last decision

"6. At the battle.
Follow the captain - LUCE
Sympathize with Altyria - ALTYRIA"

I accidentally picked the Altyria option, but still got the Luce ending so think its just more who u chose through out, u don't have to always pick the Luce choice or the Altyria choice
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#5genocidekarmaPosted 1/23/2010 4:16:49 AM
Well, so much for their claim of "multiple endings".

And before anyone says it, yea I know, two endings could be considered multiple, technically.

But still... when most games say "multiple endings", it usually means more than two.

I'm somewhat disappointed.
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#6rick7001Posted 1/24/2010 12:10:31 AM

multiple ending means more than one. 2 endings sound good enough for me.