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ESRB has a summary of the game based on the rating. Click here for a link. Content Descriptors: Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, Sexual Themes, Strong Language Rating Summary: This is an action game in which players assume the role of Corvo, a royal bodyguard who has been framed for treason (i.e., assassinating an empress). As players help Corvo ...


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Check this source: http://dishonored.wikia.com/wiki/Harm's_Way Easiest way to do it is to use the posession skill. Possess a person and walk towards a wall of light. Right in front of the wall end the possession, the person will continue to walk a bit further and will therefore kill themself in the wall. More complicated way would be to bring a person in ...


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The critical area for an unconscious body is their head. Moving them around and having their head hit things will kill them. Dropping heavy things on their head also kills them (whale oil canisters can do this). Dropping them some distance will also kill them. Drowning with their head submerged will kill them. Rats will go after unconscious bodies and eat ...


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The amount of weepers and rats in the city is determined by your Chaos level. Chaos level is determined by how many people you murder, and Shadow Kill is considered murder. So is killing weepers. Thus, killing with Shadow Kill will increase the amount of plague-related stuff you encounter in the game, and can increase your chances of getting the "High ...


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Go into the mission "Return to the Tower" and go to the broadcast tower and talk to the announcer who is there, he will give you the code to access Lord Regent's safe. Go to the safe, located in his room, and then retrieve the recording inside, broadcast this to get the achievement. This is the non-lethal way to complete the level, as such DO NOT kill ...


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You immediately get a game over if you KO or kill anyone that is actually required. If the game let you kill them, they're not story-relevant anymore; this happens to a few NPCs you can't kill in earlier chapters at certain points in the game. Just continue the level as normal, only reload if you're doing a no kills/unseen run and you messed up your 'streak'....


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In my humble opinion it's simply this: to get the "High Chaos" ending you have to have pretty much killed everything in your path, and this has been eating away at Samuel (whose comments become increasingly sour as you progress through the missions even before the end). By the time Samuel has delivered Corvo to Kingsparrow Island, the long boat journey has ...


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I own the original dishonored and all dlc contents including "definitive edition". When I go as far to shopping cart check out. It comes up with a message saying this. According to our records, you already own one or more of the items included in your cart. If purchasing for yourself, you will not receive an extra copy of: Dishonored Dishonored: Dunwall ...


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That sounds like a bug. You should contact Steam support, there is nothing we can do for you here.


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Newer autosaves will always overwrite older ones. There is no way to start a new playthrough without overwriting autosaves.


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Originally, a triskele design was explored, as it referenced the Circle of Life. The three interlocking forms represent the bearer's killer instinct and their ability to be unseen. The mark then evolved to become something more tribal in nature and 'never before seen' as a reference to the Outsider's otherworldly nature. source (redacted) The Mark of the ...


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No you cannot return to previous maps/levels in Dishonored. Having said that the game does feature multiple endings depending on how you play (e.g. how stealthy you are, how many people you've killed etc.) So my recommendation is to play spontaneously in your first play through, and plan your subsequent ones if you intend to experience everything.


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A better question might be, why did Daud try to kill Delilah? The answer, of course, is that the Outsider set him on the path towards Delilah, after which Daud's guilt led him towards protecting Emily. Recall that the Outsider also appears to Delilah, presumably with some regularity, and we can guess that the Outsider has mentioned Daud's name to her. The ...


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Yes, you can get high chaos within the level if you start with low chaos, but the ending will be corresponding to the chaos level you started the level with. The last mission (The Light at the End) is shaped by your overall chaos in the game before you start this mission. If you have low chaos when you start this mission, you will get the low chaos ending ...


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No, there is no way to change previous choices in an existing playthrough. Your only option now is to replay through the game starting from the High Overseer Campbell mission, and reach the Flooded District mission again.


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Reading through Delilah's wiki page, it seems like Euhorn Kaldwin just didn't like Delilah very much. [She] spent most of her days ... hoping that one day, her father would show her the same attention he showed her legitimate younger sister. You could take this to imply that her illegitimacy was his reason for preferring Jessamine. However, it appears ...


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In the way of gameplay, you can play the game without killing anyone (avoiding a lot of blood and gore). There's even an achievement / trophy for that: Clean Hands. As for the inappropriate language or sexual content, I believe there is no way you can turn them off. I would say that the place that you mentioned that looks like a strip club (in the 'House ...


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Although it is never explicitly mentioned there are several opportunities here. It could be the powers Daud's assassins have gained from him and through his training have become learned and do not depend on him being alive, this may at least be true for some of the basic abilities like Blink if not more advanced powers. The other possibility is that Billie ...


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The symbol is not different, it is, indeed, his Outsider's mark. Here's a screenshot I just took of Daud's mark in the situation you described: If we look closely, we can see this is indeed his Outsider's mark. Outsider's mark provided above for comparison.


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This key is actually, technically unobtainable. It can be obtained by using this little glitch taken from the wiki... Before the start of the House of Pleasure mission, if Corvo manages to get into the sewers before receiving the Old Port District Key from Havelock (by possessing a Hagfish), then he will find a key inserted into the door leading to the ...


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Apparently it is very possible to do this, as seen in this video. To summarize what happens in the video: It looks like you will need to exploit jumping over walls and sneaking closely behind the guards to get into the prison yard. Once you make it to the control room, you are able to climb onto the pipes (not sure if this was actually intended or not, but ...


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It has been a while since I played Dishonored, but I remember this scenario, and also spent some time (20 ish attempts) trying to befriend some or all of these thugs. As far as I can tell it is not possible. It seems however you approach the situation, they become aggressive as soon as they know you're there. I could be wrong of course, but I don't think ...


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The Outsider's mark is actually The Outsider's name written in a text only the dead can read. This is revealed in the third game, Death of The Outsider, along with how the Outsider's name is said.


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If not interested in trainers, no, there are not any ways to cheat in Dishonored. The debug console was removed prior to release.


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no there are no penalties for killing or knocking out survivors but some of them like the ones found in the dunwall distillery can give you upgrades for helping the. like for example i once got a free pistol upgrade for helping a survivor. also you can gain bone charms and various other upgrades. so i would recommend not doing anything to the survivor ...


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You can't see it in the menu or anywhere else. The only things you see is: If you find one collectable, it will display your total amount of collectables from this type in the bottom line. If your done with the level, it will provide a summary of all found collectables and those which could be found in the level. But you can take a look at a list of ...


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Sounds like the game was not installed correctly. Your best chance is to reinstall the game.


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It appers that it's just a bug, triggered by who knows what. Boyle sisters mission seems to be preatty messy, lots of bugs have been found by players. I had that problem too and I was never seen nor guards where found unconscious. Stealing shouldn't be a problem since I've stolen tons of stuff before and never had problem with guards going randomly aggro. ...


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