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Sacred 2 Epic Office Quest Roster 1.1

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And now, for something completely different...

 

This is a Word document that contains the entire list of the 89 Ascaron employees that are part of the Epic Office Quest in a handy, region by region format.

 

This handy document makes keeping track of those pesky employees a lot simpler if you're not playing with the CM Patch installed. And even with the CM Patch, it's still useful as the missing employees are quite evident.

 

To use this, you can either print out a copy on Legal paper (8.5 x 14" -or 215.9 mm x 355.6 mm) and use a pen (or pencil, crayon, sharpie, whatever) to check off each employee as you've found them or, you can simply make a copy of the document and use Alt-Tab to mark them off with an X in Word.

 

The document contains 4 columns.

 

1.) The number of employees found

2.) The name of the employee

3.) A quick note as to the location of said employee

4.) A space to make a mark when you've found the employee

 

The header and footer are even decorated in the Carolinga font - the very same font used by Sacred 2... To install it, you need to find the font file - it will be in either one of four possible locations:

 

For 32 bit Windows:

C:\Program Files\CDV\Sacred 2 - Fallen Angel\Locale\en_US

C:\Program Files\Deep Silver\Sacred 2 - Fallen Angel\Locale\en_UK

 

For 64 bit Windows

C:\Program Files(x86)\CDV\Sacred 2 - Fallen Angel\Locale\en_US

C:\Program Files(x86)\Deep Silver\Sacred 2 - Fallen Angel\Locale\en_UK

 

Simply find the Carolinga.ttf file and double click on it and then click the Install button at the top of the box.


What's New in Version 1.1   See changelog

Released

  • - fixed location of Janos Toth - one day I'll get my compass points sorted out.
  • - Swapped Roger Swindells with Lars Berenbrinker to reflect their correct locations.



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This looks like a fantastic idea Wolfie. I already have a text file for myself that does the same thing, but I would highly recommend this to anyone who hasn't already done that. It did take me quite a bit of time to do that. I would have loved to have something like this available back then.

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This looks like a fantastic idea Wolfie. I already have a text file for myself that does the same thing, but I would highly recommend this to anyone who hasn't already done that. It did take me quite a bit of time to do that. I would have loved to have something like this available back then.

 

Awesome tool. I signed up for the board just to have access to it :) Looks like I'll be staying for a while! Thanks for making this and again for sharing it.

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