Hi there, I currently am on my first-ever BG:EE playthrough. Last night I accidentally discovered - assuming from what I found about this issue in Google search - an exploit with Ankheg worms, in a location directly north from Friendly Arm Inn, down in the Ankheg Nest. I went down there to clear the area, I ran low on HP and I had used up my healing spells (yes, I'm that kind of player who usually stores the potions for a better occassion
), so I tried to rest... and here we go. Each time I tried resting, one Ankheg would spawn. It can be repeated endlessly.
I don't like cheating, not even in single-player games, so concerning this issue, I have two questions:
- Do you know if this has been reported? If it has, why hasn't it been fixed? That could easily be called game weakness abusing, right? Or perhaps farming is considered part of the game? This feels kind of game-breaking, not literally, of course, but you can pretty easily get infinite XP and gold by just 'rest-spawning' the Ankhegs and selling their shells to Taerom Fuiruim in the city of Beregost, so that just breaks the game's inteded economy and experience gains
- Is it true that Taerom Fuiruim was originally intended to only buy ONE Ankheg Shell from the CHARNAME, or to only accept one shell to make the armour, without the possibility to sell shells to him afterwards? I read that once he'd take all of your shells and just pay for one, now he pays for each shell every time he is talked to
Any help in that matter is much appreciated