Divinity: Original Sin 2 - All Civil and Combat Abilities

A look at all Civil and Combat abilities in Divinity: Original Sin 2

If you recently picked up Divinity: Original Sin 2, you may be wondering about the game’s array of Civil Abilities and Combat Abilities. In Divinity: Original Sin 2, all abilities are divided into either Civil Abilities, or Combat Abilities. Civil Abilities center around money, goods, bonuses, and dialogue persuasions. Meanwhile, Combat Abilities focus primarily learning new skills, as well as increased offense and defense.

To learn more, we put together a list of all Civil and Combat Abilities in Divinity: Original Sin 2.

Divinity: Original Sin 2 - All Civil and Combat Abilities

Below, you'll find a list of all Civil Abilities in Divinity: Original Sin 2.

Civil Abilities

Bartering

In Divinity: Original Sin 2, the Bartering Civil Ability improves your haggling skills with traders by giving you 10% increased discounts and 10% additional profit.

Loremaster

In Divinity: Original Sin 2, the Loremaster Civil Ability enables you to identify/examine enemies as well as items using your Identifying Glass.

Lucky Charm

In Divinity: Original Sin 2, the Lucky Charm Civil Ability increases your chances of finding extra treasure whenever loot is stashed.

Persuasion

In Divinity: Original Sin 2, the Persuasion Civil Ability adds a +4 score when persuading characters during a dialogue.

Sneaking

In Divinity: Original Sin 2, the Sneaking Civil Ability improves your Sneak by increasing your movement speed and decreasing the sight of NPCs.

Telekinesis

In Divinity: Original Sin 2, the Telekinesis Civil Ability increases the range of your Telekinesis, enabling you to move items telepathically.

Thievery

In Divinity: Original Sin 2, the Thievery Civil Ability increases your lockpicking and pickpocketing skills.

Combat Abilities

Below, you'll find a complete list of Combat Abilities in Divinity: Original Sin 2. 

Aerotheurge

In Divinity Original Sin 2, the Aerotheurge Combat Ability provides you with +10% increased damage against Magic Armor.

Dual Wielding

In Divinity Original Sin 2, the Dual Wielding Combat Ability increases your damage by +5% and dodge chance by +1% while dual wielding Two-Handed weapons.

Geomancer

In Divinity Original Sin 2, the Geomancer Combat Ability provides you with +5% increased Poison Damage and increases Physical Armor restoration by +10%.

Huntsman

In Divinity Original Sin 2, the Huntsman Combat Ability increases your damage dealt from high ground by +5%.

Hydrosophist

In Divinity Original Sin 2, the Hydrosophist Combat Ability increases your Healing and Magic Armor restoration by +10%.

Leadership

In Divinity Original Sin 2, the Leadership Combat Ability lets you provide +2% dodging and +3% resistance bonuses to all allies within a 5m radius.

Necromancer

In Divinity Original Sin 2, the Necromancer Combat Ability allows you to heal +10% of damage dealt to Vitality.

Perseverance

In Divinity Original Sin 2, the Perseverance Combat Ability restores +5% Magic Armor after you recover from Frozen/Stunned and restores +5% Physical Armor after you recover from Petrification.

Polymorph

In Divinity Original Sin 2, the Polymorph Combat Ability provides one free Attribute Point per point invested.

Ranged

In Divinity Original Sin 2, the Ranged Combat Ability increases your damage by +5% and dodge chance by +1% with Bows and Crossbows.

Single-Handed

In Divinity Original Sin 2, the Single-Handed Combat Ability increases your damage by +5% and Accuracy by +2% with Single-Handed Weapons.

Pyrokinetic

In Divinity Original Sin 2, the Pyrokinetic Combat Ability increases your Fire Damage by +5%.

Retribution

In Divinity Original Sin 2, the Retribution Combat Ability reflects +5% damage back to the attacker.

Scoundrel

In Divinity Original Sin 2, the Scoundrel Combat Ability increases your movement speed and Critical Multiplier by +5%.

Summoning

In Divinity Original Sin 2, the Summoning Combat Ability sets your Summons to start with +10% additional Vitality, Damage, Physical Armor, and Magic Armor.

Two-Handed

In Divinity Original Sin 2, the Two-Handed Combat Ability increases your damage by +5% and Critical Multiplier by +5% while two-handing melee weapons.

Warfare

In Divinity Original Sin 2, the Warfare Combat Ability lets you deal +10% additional damage to Physical Armor.

There you have it, a look at all Civil and Combat Abilities in Divinity: Original Sin 2. Which abilities would you recommend to new players? Share your tips and tricks down in the comments below! Having a hard time finding merchants? Check out our guide to all merchant locations in Divinity: Original Sin 2.

By reading through this guide, you should now know all Civil and Combat Abilities in Divinity: Original Sin 2.

Morgan is a writer, indie game lover, and socially awkward coffee addict. Need something? Morgan can be reached at morgan.shaver@allgamers.com or if you like, you can say hello using GIFs on Twitter.

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