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Torchlight 2 [cheats]
Use a text editor to edit the "settings.txt" file in the directory.
"C://Users/[user name]//My Games//Runic Games//Torchlight 2//Save[number]"
The number will be different from person to person, the point is that it
is a string of numbers. Open that folder, then open up "settings.txt"
Look for the following line: console:0 and change it to: console:1
While playing the game, press [Insert] to display the console window. Then, type
one of the following codes and press [Enter] to activate the corresponding cheat function. Note: Enabling a code could get your account separated from unmodified versions of "Torchlight 2". Some may mark you as a suspicious player.
Add a friend by username or email - ADDFRIENDBYUSER
Toggles monster AI on and off - AIFREEZE
Spawns all items - ALLITEMS
Gives you all stats - ALLSTATS [number]
Player will always score critical hits - ALWAYSCRIT
Goes down a floor - ASCEND
CLS - Clear Console History
Gives you defense points - DEFENSE [number]
Goes up a floor - DESCEND
Gives you ranged points - DEXTERITY
Displays the current game difficulty - DIFFICULTY
Disables the Player's pet - DISABLEPET
Gives you fame points - FAME [number]
Shows the frame rate and other information - FPS
Toggles Godmode - GOD
Toggles both Godmode and Speed mode - GODSPEED
Reduces the player's HP by the given percent - HURTME [percentage]
Identifies all items in the inventory - IDENTIFYALL
Creates an a an item the given number - ITEM [itemname],[number]
Kills all monsters - KILLALL
Increase XP to the next level - LEVELUP
Gives you magic points - MAGIC [number]
Gives you gold - MONEY [number]
The player will not gain XP - NOXP
Makes monsters not target the player - PLAYERNOTARGET
Sets a quest to complete - QUESTCOMPLETE
Resets the player's pet level to 1 - RESETPETLEVEL [quest name]
Resets the player's stats, skills, and level - RESETPLAYER
Resets the player's level to 1 - RESETPLAYERLEVEL
Resets the player's skills - RESETSKILL
Resets the player's stat points - RESETSTATS
Sets the current difficulty - SETDIFFICULTY [index]
Sets the pet's level - SETPETLEVEL [number]
Sets the time of day - SETTIME [time]
Sets the timescale for time of day - SETTIMESCALE
HELP - Show list of commands
Gives you skill points - SKILLPOINTS [number]
Toggles additional speed for the character - SPEED
Gives you stat points - STATPOINTS [number]
Gives you melee points - STRENGTH [number]
List all spawn classes - SPAWNCLASS
Spawn class - SPAWNCLASS [spawnclass name], [count], [level]
Restarts current level - RESTARTLEVEL
Resident Evil 4 reference:
An early vendor resembles the stranger from "Resident Evil 4", opening his jacket to reveal his wares in a similar manner.
he Thing references:
In the Frosted Hills, you can find a special dungeon that pays homage to John Carpenter's "The Thing" movie. Inside, you will find a book with notes from Blair, a character in the film. Later, you will find a boss in the form of a transforming Netherfiend, a reference to the movie where the alien would take the shape of the humans it killed. You will also get a key to the Kennel, with more wolves inside that also turn into Netherfiends, a reference to the transforming monster dog in the movie. Additionally, you can find a special weapon at the end called "Macready's Shotgun", a reference to Kurt Russell's character.
Left click on any goods/merchandise (preferably the cheapest one). You'll have selected the item to put it in your inventory. But instead of putting it in a empty slot put it on a pre-existing item in your inventory (preferably the most expensive one). You will have a replication of that item you clicked on. Note: This won't copy the enchantments,but will generate a randomly enchanted item.
Minecraft enemies and outfit:
In the Caustic Caverns underneath Sanctuary, near the furthest edge, there is a shallow incline. If you go along the left-most cliff beside the incline, you will find Minecraft blocks. Breaking them will lead into an area with creepers from the Minecraft games, a golden ore block with a normal outfit, and a special outfit for defeating the creepers.
You can find a hidden CL4P-TP from Borderlands in Bloatfang's area in Act 3, "Some Assembly Required". Defeat the Bloatfang, then go to the ledge where the Automaton Power Source and chest are located. Follow the path leading south and west around the Boss area. At the southern part of the level, you can find a CL4P-TP between some rocks. He congratulates you for defeating Bloatfang and gives you Claptrap's Bolt (Armor/Trinkets: Increase charge rate by 10%, Weapon:
Conveys 5% chance to Shock for 5 seconds, item level 32).
The Goonies come to Estheria:
Plunder Cove, an optional quest available in act one, is replete with references to the 1985 film 'The Goonies'. Hidden randomly within the level you should be able to find a lootable corpse named Chester Copperpot, after the ill-fated Oregonian whose skeletal remains were stumbled upon in the tunnels beneath the Fratelli hideout. The boss of this quest, One-Eyed Willy, is also a nod to the film, and the cove where you can find his ship also bears many
resemblances to the location in the film. It is possible to find two socketables in this stage; Copperpot always drops a rare called 'One-Eyed Willy's Other Eye', and Willy himself has a chance to drop a unique called 'One-Eyed Willy's Eye'.