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I'm not sure how I didn't immediately catch this humorous Skyrim tribute, but I didn't—thanks to TorchlightGGP and the wonders of YouTube, you can too.
The only drag is that it doesn't grant some sort of temporary dragon shout power, and that lovely choir doesn't start to play. Can't have everything, I guess.
One of the big differences between Torchlight II and Diablo III is that in Torchlight II, it's much more difficult to re-spec your character and choose new skills.
You can visit a vendor in town to undo your last three skill upgrades, but past that, you're probably stuck with the options you've got. Choose well!
However, there is a re-spec potion in the game that lets you totally overhaul your character, even at a high level. But that potion is rare, and so it's difficult to find.
Thankfully, there's this workaround, uploaded to YouTube by MaguzEx. It's a hack, really, not a mod—you'll have to download a file and drop it into your Torchlight II save game folder. After that, the potions will magically appear in your shared stash, and you can re-spec to your heart's content.
Not bad. Maybe it's time to find out how my Embermage would do if she was more into lightning.
Torchlight II Hack Allows You to Reset Skills Infinitely: Respec My Dodge Mastery [Technabob via Nibblehacker, YouTube video by MaguzEX]
It's really been a couple of weeks for hidden easter eggs in games. First we've got Borderlands 2, which managed to hide something in what feels like every single room, and now there's Torchlight II.
The third act of Torchlight II is so big that I have a feeling people are just scratching the surface of what's hidden there. But surely this is one of the best secrets—watch here as YouTuber iobuffa discovers a wonderful Minecraft easter egg, and reacts appropriately.
[Torchlight 2] The Secret Minecraft Easter Egg - World's First!? [iobuffa on YouTube]
Fine. Borderlands 2 is paying homage to so many other great games, here's Torchlight II paying tribute to its fellow alumnus of the Class of Sept 17, 2012.
Image uploaded by mrNickname of GameFAQs [h/t tehjanitor]