Someone on Reddit said that it was some law that ill-a-noise passed or some junk.
Of course it's Reddit so they could just be talking out of their ass while acting like they are the authority on the subject.
Yeah, from some article I was too lazy to bother citing:
The Legislature this year passed a new law that required collection if the online retailer had a link on an Illinois merchant’s website or offered coupons and promotions in Illinois.
If you go on Steam's website now and click the Alienware Steam boxes, you get sent to Gamestop's website (with a brick and mortar presence in IL). Pretty sure that's what put them into the taxable category. We're not collecting tax from all online retailers -- I bought from Newegg yesterday and wasn't charged. So I was right: It's because of the shitty overpriced Linux boxes
Thanks for the tips, ill give it a shot. It may be that same pack, I was headed in that direction during the baron quest and it was some special location on the map. Also didnt realize you could double tap to dodge, thought you had to use alt, so that should make that easier. I was also tryin to use igni instead of quen most of the time
I never used Dodge until I remapped it to a thumb button on my mouse. Actually, I didn't know you could double-tap either, I just found using Alt to be cumbersome so I found my own solution.
I found amateur armor/weapon repair kit diagrams in the first major town/mini-city you find. You have to get a permit to enter it, so you'll know it when you get there.