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Codex text

PC version...
Press the spacebar to pause the game and issue orders to your party members.

To use potions, select Quick Heal, Quick Mana, or Quick Stamina on the right side of the quickbar.

Right-click an enemy to attack.

Commanders like Captain Ewald can bolster their allies with powerful effects. Because you are his ally in this fight, Ewald will increase your effectiveness. When facing enemy commanders, keep them stunned or knocked down, or their inspired troops may overwhelm you.

Assassins lurk on the edges of fights, striking from the shadows before slipping away again. Be wary, as they often prey on those with the least formidable armor, like mages and rogues.

Enemy mages possess an array of defenses including shielding spells that make them nigh invulnerable. They are at a disadvantage while casting spells, though, when attacks can interrupt them.


Xbox 360 version...
Use left trigger to pause the game and press left button and right button to issue orders to your party.

To use potions, open the radial menu with left trigger and select Quick Heal or Quick Mana / Stamina.

You will automatically target the foe you are moving toward. To change targets, use the D-pad (or right stick after opening the radial menu with left trigger). Press A to attack.

Commanders like Captain Ewald can bolster their allies with powerful effects. Because you are his ally in this fight, Ewald will increase your effectiveness. When facing enemy commanders, keep them stunned or knocked down, or their inspired troops may overwhelm you.

Assassins lurk on the edges of fights, striking from the shadows before slipping away again. Be wary, as they often prey on those with the least formidable armor, like mages and rogues.

Enemy mages possess an array of defenses including shielding spells that make them nigh invulnerable. They are at a disadvantage while casting spells, though, when attacks can interrupt them.

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