I'm running into troubles with Orrick (it seems that I'm not the only one?).
I never had any update on his store. I have finished Chapter 2, but I haven't yet traveled to the Severed Hand (Still in Kuldahar).
I tried the usual solution: CLUAConsole and Debug Mode.
For anyone that would like to try it (it may still solve your problem if you are affected):
Add the following lines to the Baldur.ini file (found on Linux at $HOME/.local/share/Icewind\ Dale\ -\ Enhanced\ Edition/Baldur.ini
'Program Options', 'Debug', '1',
'Program Options', 'Debug Mode', '1',
INSERT INTO options ROWS (
It is important for these two options to be right after the INSERT INTO stanza. I ran into problems not doing it this way (the debug mode would not be activable). Another potential problem is that the game will overwrite the file for some unknown reason (it is for this reason that the Maximum Frame Rate is usually not changeable. The option works fine, the file is simply overwritten). To avoid it, one possible solution is to change the owner of the file, for example assign it to root. The downside to this is that any change of option made in game will be reverted when you quit your game.
Anyway, once the Debug Mode is active, type Ctrl + Space in game. A prompt should open.
First, type the following commands (exactly as is, with the same case, spaces, quotes, etc):
At Chapter 1, UNIORRICK should be set to 0 I think. At Chapter 2 & 3, it should be set to 1. That's what I gathered from other threads on the subject, however I cannot be sure about it.
I ran into my first problem here: UNIORRICK was not set for me at any Chapter. So I set it to 0 while in Chapter 2, and at that point an option should activate in the dialog file of Orrick to add the new Inventory. I never got it.
If your values are not correctly set, you can modify them using the following commands:
Outside of Orrick's study. Go inside to see him, see if it activates the new Inventory, then revert back the Chapter to its original value.
I did exactly that, without success. My guess is thus that since I already visited Orrick, the new variable UNIORRICK is not taken into account. I don't know very well the save format of IE games, but I think it may be related to the fact that when you install a mod modifying an NPC, only NPCs that you would not have already visited would be modifyed. The one you've already seen will not be edited.
Maybe I can change something in my saves then ? Remove some overriding file ? I haven't found anything in EEKeeper.
I have only icewind_tweaks installed, with a few rule changes. No modification to NPCs. Some changes to items, to allow unlimited stacks of scrolls, this kind of thing. Maybe it messed up with the files ? It's been installed right at the start of the game (only launched a game, quit, then installed the mod).