August 16, 2017 HomeLong FormDishonored 2 EP4: Highly Flammable Dishonored 2 EP4: Highly Flammable By Josh Long Form 6 Comments In this episode, we learn a valuable lesson about the proper safe handling of alcohol. 6 Comments Smiley Face I have a lot of fun breaking into each of the black market shops; they’re all fun little mini-puzzles. Also saves on gold, since you don’t buy the runes and keys and stuff from them, just the upgrades for the schematics you have. I never really bothered throwing alcohol, or shooting the nests; I found that if I charged them directly I could destroy the nest, which de-aggros all the bloodflies, before they could react – was that just me? Certainly less interesting than this approach though, and I never really used incendiary bolts for anything. Also wow, Josh really doesn’t care if Emily drowns. August 16, 2017 Reply Andy_Panthro I am currently about as far as Rutskarn (just past the Addemire Institute), but after I finished that level I noticed I’d somehow killed someone, after trying exceedingly hard to just knock everyone out and be super sneaky. Now I’m not sure if I want to restore previous save games in order to try and fix it, or not. Not sure I can face going through the level again right now though, so I will already have lost the “clean hands” achievement. August 17, 2017 Reply SoranMBane On the topic of explosive rum, I had two different hard learning experiences with that stuff while trying different ways of getting past the same group of guards (in the Addermire Institute, I think), the most problematic of which were the two sitting down at a table playing poker. I decided to try throwing a bottle of alcohol nearby for a fun, fiery distraction to get them out of their seats, but I underestimated how big the explosion would be and ended up lighting a guy on fire, forcing me to reload to preserve my nonlethal run. Then I had the idea to try hopping behind them with Far Reach to drop a stun mine at their feet, before quickly hopping back up to the chandelier. But apparently one of them had a bottle of alcohol on him, which of course exploded, lighting them both on fire and forcing me to reload AGAIN. Those guys just REALLY wanted to burn to death, I guess. -_- And in non booze-related fiery shenanigans, there was also that time I freaked out a group of witches standing near a bonfire, and one of them somehow managed to light herself on fire (which didn’t add anything to my kill counter, by the way). August 17, 2017 Reply MichaelGC Apparently the day before the attack they launched a ship in honour of and named for Empress Jessamine, and did the whole ceremonial ‘crack open a bottle against the side’ thing. I hope it wasn’t a wooden ship. Talk about a baptism of fire… August 17, 2017 Reply Joe It’s actually just called a “gutter”. August 18, 2017 Reply PeteAS So, i got a bit confused by Chris saying that on-level shops make the game fell more”Thief-y”, when shopping in Thief games was done pre-mission, ala Knife of Dunwall… August 18, 2017 Reply Add a Comment Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment:*Name:* Email Address:* Website: Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.