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The Ultimate Guide to Using the Stats Editor for Divinity Original Sin 2



Divinity Original Sin 2 Stats Editor: How to Customize Your Character and Items




Divinity Original Sin 2 is one of the best RPGs ever made, with a rich and immersive world, a compelling story, and a deep and flexible combat system. But what if you want to tweak some aspects of the game to suit your preferences or playstyle? What if you want to create your own skills, weapons, armor, or even characters? That's where the Stats Editor comes in.




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Introduction




In this article, we will show you how to set up and use the Stats Editor, a powerful tool that lets you create or modify skills and stats for weapons, armor, objects, characters, and statuses in Divinity Original Sin 2. Whether you want to make your own mod or just experiment with different options, the Stats Editor can help you unleash your creativity and enhance your gaming experience.


What is Divinity Original Sin 2?




Divinity Original Sin 2 is a critically acclaimed role-playing game developed by Larian Studios. It is the sequel to Divinity Original Sin, which was released in 2014. The game is set in a fantasy world called Rivellon, where a group of heroes must stop a tyrannical god-king from unleashing a dark force that threatens to destroy all of creation. The game features a single-player campaign, a co-op mode for up to four players, and a game master mode for creating and playing custom adventures.


What is the Stats Editor?




The Stats Editor is a graphical development environment that is included with every copy of Divinity Original Sin 2. It allows you to mod the main campaign or create your own original campaign, with custom levels, characters, or anything you want. You can also use it to make levels for game master mode, if you want more than the included templates. Essentially, everything used to make the base campaign is available to you for your own mods and adventures.


Why use the Stats Editor?




The Stats Editor can help you customize your character and items in Divinity Original Sin 2. You can change the attributes, abilities, talents, skills, tags, inventory, equipment, appearance, and more of any character in the game. You can also create or modify skills and stats for weapons, armor, objects, and statuses. For example, you can make a sword that deals fire damage, a helmet that grants telekinesis, or a potion that cures all ailments. You can also adjust the difficulty level, enemy behavior, loot tables, treasure generation, and other aspects of the game. The possibilities are endless.


How to set up the Stats Editor




Before you can use the Stats Editor, you need to download some files and set up some settings. Here are the steps you need to follow:


Downloading the game data




If you own Divinity Original Sin 2 on Steam, you'll first need to find the game in your Steam library. Right-click it to open the Properties menu. In the DLC tab, check the box next to "Divinity Engine 2 Data." The game should begin updating.


If you bought Divinity Original Sin 2 on GOG, you just need to download the tools (listed as "Editor" under "Game Goodies"). Extract the "Editor" folder to Divinity Original Sin 2's 'Data' folder.


Downloading and setting up the tools




The next step is to download the tools that will allow you to use the Stats Editor. You can find them on the official Larian forums or on Nexus Mods. The tools include the following:



  • Divinity Engine 2: This is the main tool that lets you create and edit mods for Divinity Original Sin 2. It includes the Stats Editor, the Level Editor, the Script Editor, and the Dialogue Editor.



  • Norbyte's Script Extender: This is a plugin that extends the scripting capabilities of Divinity Original Sin 2. It allows you to use more functions, variables, and events in your mods. It also fixes some bugs and improves performance.



  • Divine: This is a tool that lets you pack and unpack mods for Divinity Original Sin 2. It also lets you convert between different file formats, such as .pak, .lsb, .lsf, .lsj, and .lsv.



  • LSLib: This is a library that contains various utilities for working with Divinity Original Sin 2 files. It includes a command-line interface and a graphical user interface.



To set up the tools, you need to extract them to your Divinity Original Sin 2 folder. The default location is C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Divinity Original Sin 2 or C:\GOG Games\Divinity - Original Sin 2. You can also change the location in the settings of Steam or GOG.


Launching the Stats Editor




Once you have downloaded and set up the tools, you can launch the Stats Editor by running the Divinity Engine 2.exe file in your Divinity Original Sin 2 folder. You will see a splash screen with several options. Choose "Stats Editor" to open the Stats Editor window.


How to use the Stats Editor




The Stats Editor is a powerful tool that lets you create or modify skills and stats for weapons, armor, objects, characters, and statuses in Divinity Original Sin 2. Here are some basic steps on how to use it:


Creating a new mod or editing an existing one




The first thing you need to do is to create a new mod or load an existing one. A mod is a collection of files that changes some aspects of the game. To create a new mod, click on "File" and then "New Mod". You will be asked to enter a name and a description for your mod. You can also choose a template for your mod, such as "Main Campaign" or "Game Master". A template determines what files and settings are included in your mod by default.


To load an existing mod, click on "File" and then "Load Mod". You will see a list of mods that are available in your Divinity Original Sin 2 folder. You can also browse for mods that are located elsewhere on your computer. Select the mod you want to load and click on "Open".


Navigating the Stats Editor interface




The Stats Editor interface consists of several panels that display different types of information and options. Here are some of the main panels:



  • Project Explorer: This panel shows the files and folders that are part of your mod. You can expand or collapse them by clicking on the arrows next to them. You can also right-click on them to access various commands, such as adding, deleting, renaming, or opening files.



  • Data Grid: This panel shows the data tables that contain the skills and stats for weapons, armor, objects, characters, and statuses in Divinity Original Sin 2. You can select a data table from the Project Explorer panel or from the drop-down menu at the top of this panel. You can also filter, sort, search, edit, add, or delete rows and columns in this panel.



  • Properties: This panel shows the properties of the selected row or column in the Data Grid panel. You can change the values of these properties by typing in new ones or using the sliders or buttons provided.



  • Output: This panel shows the messages and errors that are generated by the Stats Editor or by your mod. You can use this panel to debug your mod or to see what changes have been made.



  • Toolbox: This panel contains various tools that can help you with your modding tasks. Some of these tools are:



  • Data Manager: This tool lets you import or export data tables from or to CSV files.



li>Stat Editor: This tool lets you edit the stats of any item, character, or status in the game. You can change the name, description, icon, type, level, rarity, value, weight, durability, damage, armor, resistance, attributes, abilities, talents, skills, tags, and more of any item, character, or status.


  • Skill Editor: This tool lets you edit the skills of any character or item in the game. You can change the name, description, icon, type, tier, cost, cooldown, requirements, effects, target conditions, and more of any skill.



  • Tag Editor: This tool lets you edit the tags of any item, character, or status in the game. Tags are keywords that define certain properties or behaviors of items, characters, or statuses. For example, a tag can determine if an item is equippable, if a character is undead, or if a status is immune to fire.



Modifying skills and stats for weapons, armor, objects, characters, and statuses




Once you have selected a data table from the Project Explorer panel or the drop-down menu in the Data Grid panel, you can start modifying the skills and stats for weapons, armor, objects, characters, and statuses in Divinity Original Sin 2. Here are some general steps on how to do it:



  • Select a row or column that you want to modify in the Data Grid panel. You can use the filter, sort, search, edit, add, or delete functions to find or create the row or column you want.



  • Change the values of the properties of the selected row or column in the Properties panel. You can type in new values or use the sliders or buttons provided. You can also use the Stat Editor or Skill Editor tools to edit the stats or skills of items or characters.



  • Save your changes by clicking on "File" and then "Save Mod". You can also use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+S.



  • Test your mod by launching Divinity Original Sin 2 and selecting your mod from the "Mods" menu. You can also use the Divine tool to pack your mod into a .pak file and share it with others.



Saving and testing your mod




As mentioned above, you can save your mod by clicking on "File" and then "Save Mod". You can also use the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+S. This will save your mod files in your Divinity Original Sin 2 folder under "Mods".


To test your mod, you need to launch Divinity Original Sin 2 and select your mod from the "Mods" menu. You can then start a new game or load an existing one with your mod enabled. You can also use the Divine tool to pack your mod into a .pak file and share it with others. To do this:



  • Run the Divine.exe file in your Divinity Original Sin 2 folder.



  • Select "Pack Mod" from the main menu.



  • Browse for your mod folder and select it.



  • Choose a name and a location for your .pak file.



  • Click on "Pack" to create your .pak file.



  • Copy your .pak file to your Divinity Original Sin 2 folder under "Data".



  • Launch Divinity Original Sin 2 and select your mod from the "Mods" menu.



Conclusion




In this article, we have shown you how to set up and use the Stats Editor for Divinity Original Sin 2. The Stats Editor is a powerful tool that lets you create or modify skills and stats for weapons, armor, objects, characters, and statuses in Divinity Original Sin 2. You can use it to customize your character and items, or to create your own mod or adventure. The Stats Editor is easy to set up and use, and it offers a lot of options and possibilities for your creativity and enjoyment. We hope you have found this article helpful and informative, and that you have fun with the Stats Editor.


Summary of the main points




Here are the main points we have covered in this article:



  • Divinity Original Sin 2 is a critically acclaimed RPG that features a rich and immersive world, a compelling story, and a deep and flexible combat system.



  • The Stats Editor is a graphical development environment that lets you create or modify skills and stats for weapons, armor, objects, characters, and statuses in Divinity Original Sin 2.



  • To set up the Stats Editor, you need to download some files and tools from the official Larian forums or Nexus Mods, and extract them to your Divinity Original Sin 2 folder.



  • To use the Stats Editor, you need to create a new mod or load an existing one, select a data table from the Project Explorer panel or the drop-down menu in the Data Grid panel, and change the values of the properties of the selected row or column in the Properties panel.



  • To save and test your mod, you need to save your mod files in your Divinity Original Sin 2 folder under "Mods", launch Divinity Original Sin 2 and select your mod from the "Mods" menu, or use the Divine tool to pack your mod into a .pak file and copy it to your Divinity Original Sin 2 folder under "Data".



Call to action and recommendations




If you are interested in using the Stats Editor for Divinity Original Sin 2, we encourage you to try it out for yourself. You can download the game from Steam or GOG, and follow the steps we have outlined in this article to set up and use the Stats Editor. You can also check out some of the mods that other players have created using the Stats Editor on Nexus Mods or Steam Workshop. You might find some inspiration or ideas for your own mod or adventure.


If you have any questions or feedback about the Stats Editor or this article, please feel free to leave a comment below. We would love to hear from you and help you with any issues you might encounter. You can also visit the official Larian forums or Discord server for more information and support from the developers and the community.


Thank you for reading this article, and we hope you enjoy using the Stats Editor for Divinity Original Sin 2.


FAQs




Here are some frequently asked questions about the Stats Editor for Divinity Original Sin 2:


Q: How do I uninstall a mod?




A: To uninstall a mod, you need to delete its .pak file from your Divinity Original Sin 2 folder under "Data", or uncheck its box from the "Mods" menu in Divinity Original Sin 2. You might also need to delete its folder from your Divinity Original Sin 2 folder under "Mods", if it has one.


Q: How do I update a mod?




A: To update a mod, you need to download its latest version from its source (such as Nexus Mods or Steam Workshop), and replace its .pak file in your Divinity Original Sin 2 folder under "Data", or check its box from the "Mods" menu in Divinity Original Sin 2. You might also need to replace its folder in your Divinity Original Sin 2 folder under "Mods", if it has one.


Q: How do I share my mod with others?




A: To share your mod with others, you need to use the Divine tool to pack your mod into a .pak file, and upload it to a platform of your choice (such as Nexus Mods or Steam Workshop). You might also need to include some instructions on how to install and use your mod, as well as some screenshots or videos of your mod in action.


Q: How do I backup my mod?




A: To backup your mod, you need to copy its .pak file from your Divinity Original Sin 2 folder under "Data", and its folder from your Divinity Original Sin 2 folder under "Mods", if it has one. You can store these files in another location on your computer or on an external drive.


Q: How do I report a bug or a problem with my mod?




A: To report a bug or a problem with your mod, you need to contact the source of your mod (such as Nexus Mods or Steam Workshop) and provide them with the details of your issue. You can also visit the official Larian forums or Discord server for more help and support from the developers and the community. dcd2dc6462


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