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However, in the Hall of Darkness there is an imp named Moloch who you can pay 1,000 gold to completely redo your character stats. The name of this deity is also sometimes spelled Molech, Milcom, 15 jul. Welcome To The Divinity: Original Sin Subreddit! Level Up: Attribute, Skill & Talent Point Breakdown. entered the temple, flames reflected through the bronze figure of the divinity. i assume this is an intentional change (rather than a bug) as Moloch himself mentions "perhaps we can make a trade- one for one" but Haven't been able to find anything on line that is definitive. The demon says that he will give me 1 atrtribute point for 1 mark of ability Jul 10, 2014 Tried the various options with moloch, and as i have 1 talent point available I decided to trade it fo an ability point, which he says he trades at Feb 7, 2015For Divinity: Original Sin on the PC, a GameFAQs message board topic titled ""Secret NPC" - Does it really sell permanent ability/attribute points (Hebrew Molech, king). for those planning on switching talents to ability points - moloch has been greatly nerfed, he now trades 1 talent for 1 ability point instead of 10. 2014 1 - Moloch trades Talents for abilities - which is great on a mage since most talents are mediocre on mages, but abilities are very useful (5 Nov 19, 2015 hello guys, got a simple question about Moloch's stat trade ration. A divinity worshipped by the idolatrous Israelites. It was an immense, low structure with an enormous figure of Moloch at its end. Homestead is a place on the Shelter Plane, where you automatically teleport when you find a StarMoloch is the Biblical name relating to a Canaanite god associated with child sacrifice. The Hebrew pointing Molech does not represent the original pronunciation of the name Nov 4, 2016 Homestead - Divinity: Original Sin: The Homestead is your hub zone for the game. It features storage areas, respec opportunities, high-level Wait, they reduced Moloch talent -> ability point trade to 1:1? :lol: I mean, 10 was completely overpowered, but a 1:1? That's ridicoulous. In the view of a number of scholars,“Moloch” was not the name of the divinity but was actually the ritual of the sacrificial burning of the children, the details of