Divine Divinity Hints, Tips, Tricks, Secrets, & Glitches

Level Up Skills Faster

When you obtain a skill book (for example: Banish, Freeze, Poison Cloud, Hell Spikes, etc.) keep it in your inventory (spells and scrolls). Save the game before you start to duplicate it. After game is saved, drop the skill book that you want to level-up from your inventory, then save this as a test saved game. Go to your save game folder (that you saved before dropping the skill book) and copy all six INV items and paste them into your test saved game. When you reload you test saved game, your old saved game inventory will be in your test saved game and that your skill book will still be on the ground. Repeat this until you have a total of five or more skill books. Then, click on the skill books (five times for the maximum level 5 ) in your inventory to learn it as usual.

Item Duplication

Go to your latest saved game and drop everything you do not want to lose on the ground (from Inventory and Equipment). Quest items and money must be included. Do not drop your Pyramids on the ground and also make sure both Pyramids are in your inventory. Save this as a test save game. Next, go back to a save game where you have the item that you lost. (for example, Explosive Keg). Go to your save game folders and copy all six INV items from your old save game and paste them into your test save game. When you reload, your old save game inventory will be in your new game, and all your good items will still be on the ground.

Run While Carrying More Weight

When you carry many items (for example, armors, weapons, potions, etc. ), your weight become heavier. Drink as many Strength Potions (five or more) before you cannot run or pick up items on the ground. The higher strength you have, the more weight you can carry. After your strength increases, you still can run while carrying more weight to any destination.


When you have a number of charms in your inventory, you can put them all onto a one- slotted weapon or armor and get the effects of all of them. Go to your weapon display, click on the charmable weapon so that it brings up the plate with the charm slots, then keep clicking on the weapon to bring up multiple charm slot plates. Once you have enough, drop one charm into each plate and close them as soon as you finish. You can put nearly unlimited charms on this way, however open all the plates before you start charming. Any that you open afterwards will have the charms already inserted. Also, you can only do this once per charmable weapon/armor, assuming that you exceed the available charm slots on the equipment.