October 6, 2017 HomeLong FormDishonored 2 EP16: Plumbing for Problems Dishonored 2 EP16: Plumbing for Problems By Josh Long Form 9 Comments Emily isn’t very good at this. 9 Comments Ps238Principal @7:27 In this episode, Chris paints a mental picture for us with chest hair. October 6, 2017 Reply MichaelGC Uhhh … I may just skip this episode, actually. Watch one of the other ones again to make up, p’raps. October 6, 2017 Reply MichaelGC I thought the Clockwork Manor attempt ticked along nicely. Once you were cognisant of the layout. And you’d got your teeth into it. The sudden spring for the door as a means of escapement was a good way to ratchet up the tension. October 6, 2017 Reply Ps238Principal I think I speak for all Rutskarns when I say: Golf clap. October 8, 2017 Reply MichaelGC Heh – “Pratchett Jellied Eels.” Nice reference there. Also Josh having problems with a sink. Nice reference there, too. Anyway, did we figure out the problem with that first domino attempt? I thought there were going to be four guys or something, but it certainly looked like just the three of them second time around. October 6, 2017 Reply MichaelGC Aha! I should have watched the credits. October 6, 2017 Reply Bluespike5 So one thing I found with the witches was you could use the freak out arrows against them. They’d run away and then forget about you. Interesting that I had the same problem as Chris needing to be creative. But I enjoyed it. October 7, 2017 Reply Bluespike5 Stinging bolt was what I was thinking. Dammit Josh. October 7, 2017 Reply Ranneko I found that Domino and either a stun arrow or a sneaky KO of one of them handled most witch groups. The biggest problem was that some of them inconsiderately sit on railings and will wall to their deaths if you aren’t careful, counting as a kill. But if you are extra sneaky you can KO all witches in the map with the nonlethal elimination of the target. And somehow if you do that none of the witches in precarious situations die, or at least if they do it doesn’t fall on your hands. October 8, 2017 Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.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.