This would be considered an inventory check problem...Korren should not be able to be summoned without the Crux of Fire in your possession (and thus the end can never occur). I thought it was set up this way, but apparently it is not, so this falls in to "bug" category. I will address this in 1.04.Elwro wrote:What I don't like is this: since I thought my character was basically behaving like an idiot (What Korren told him boiled down to "All 4 Crux at the same place means HORROR, so let's gather at least 2 of them at the same place, you know, uh, to destroy them" - it's natural to think that he WANTS the 4 Crux to be joined), I stashed the Crux of Fire neatly in a chest before confronting Gorr. And what do you know? The game didn't take into account that I didn't have the Crux in my inventory! The ending credits played as if my character was holding the Crux which he had previously hidden in a chest elsewhere!
This is not a wrong assumption on my part -- this is the game missing an important variable!
As for everything else regarding storyline, I can say no more. There is much to come in Book III, and I certainly hope the handful of you who didn't enjoy the storyline in B2 come back to see how the trilogy wraps up.