• Enabling the Console *updated*

    To enable the console, go to C:\Users\YOURUSERNAME\Documents\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 (back up recommended, like always).
    Change 'Console:0' to 'Console:1'

    Once you are in game, press the Insert key (INS) to open up the console.

    ADDFRIENDBYUSERAdd a friend by username or email.
    AIFREEZEToggles monster AI on and off
    ALLITEMSSpawns all items
    ALLSTATS <count>Gives you all stats
    ALWAYSCRITPlayer will always score critical hits
    ASCENDGoes up a floor
    Clear Console HistoryCLS
    DEFENSE <count>Gives you defense points
    DESCENDGoes down a floor
    DEXTERITY <count>Gives you ranged points
    DIFFICULTYDisplays the current game difficulty
    DISABLEPETDisables the Player's pet
    FAME <count>Gives you fame points
    FPSShows the frame rate and other information
    GODToggles Godmode
    GODSPEEDToggles both Godmode and Speed mode
    HURTME <percent>Reduces the player's and the player's pet HP by the given percent
    IDENTIFYALLIdentifies all items in the player's inventory
    KILLALLKills all monsters
    LEVELUPIncrease XP to the next level
    MAGIC <count>Gives you magic points
    MONEY <amount>Gives you gold
    NOXPThe player will not gain XP
    pawnclassName,count,level = just type spawnclass to see all the spawn classes listed. Pass in Zero or a negative number for level will use the dungeonSPAWNCLASS
    PLAYERNOTARGETMakes monsters not target the player
    QUESTCOMPLETE <questname>Sets a quest to complete
    RESETPETLEVELResets the player's pet level to 1
    RESETPLAYERResets the player's stats, skills, and level
    RESETPLAYERLEVELResets the player's level to 1
    RESETSKILLResets the player's skills
    RESETSTATSResets the player's stat points
    restarts the current levelRESTARTLEVEL
    SETDIFFICULTY <index>Sets the current difficulty
    SETPETLEVEL <level>Sets the pet's level
    SETTIME <time>Sets the time of day
    SETTIMESCALE <scale>Sets the timescale for time of day
    Show list of commandsHELP
    SKILLPOINTS <count>Gives you skill points
    SPEEDToggles additional speed for the character
    STATPOINTS <count>Gives you stat points
    STRENGTH <count>Gives you melee points
    toggles blood particlesSHOWBLOOD

    Contributed By: LordKensington_ and Onny01.

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Easter Eggs

  • Claptrap (from Borderlands) Easter Egg

    A CL4P-TP (You may call him by his locally designated name, Clap Trap!) is secreted away in Bloatfang's boss room (Act 3 - Some Assembly Required). After defeating the boss, step up onto the ledge where the Automaton Power Source and chest are waiting for you. There is a path you can follow that goes south and west around the boss arena. When you reach the southern point of the level you should see Clap Trap standing between a couple of rocks. He congratulates you for defeating Bloatfang, and then gives you a unique socketable to mark the occasion. (Claptrap's Bolt, rare socketable; Armor/Trinkets: Increase charge rate by 10%, Weapon: Conveys 5% chance to Shock for 5 seconds, Requires item level 32, "My servos... are seizing...") Although you cannot interact with Claptrap, the interplanetary ninja assassin will continue to stand around and shout, as he is one to do. He has a number of lines of dialogue that are all parodies of his lines in Borderlands: "Good as new! Welcome to... actually, I have no idea where we are!" "Thank you stranger! Speaking of strange... you're either going to a costume party, or I'm a long way from home!" "Look at me! I'm an easter egg! An easter egg!"

    Contributed By: GeekGear.

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  • 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'.

    Contributed By: GeekGear.

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