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Stats in Kingdom Come: Deliverance are one of the 4 means through which the players can developer their characters. The Stats will increase as you use them through out the game, much the way they do in Skyrim or Oblivion. Increasing your Stats will also increase your Character Level.


Stats Information

 

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Strength

Strength defines how well a character can handle physical challenges.

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Agility

Agility is a measure of speed, movement and nimbleness.

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Vitality

Vitality determines how much a character can endure.

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Speech

Speech gauges the character's ability to talk his way out of situations.

 

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Charisma

Charisma is a measure of how you can impress people.

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Visibility

Visibility is the opposite of camouflage.

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Conspicuousness

Conspicuousness is a measure of how you stand out in the normal environment, i.e. whether or not people who see you will look twice.

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Noise

The more Noise you make the more likely you are to be discovered whenever you move.

 

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Speed

Speed determines how fast you can walk, run and sprint.

 

States

 

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Health

Health is a fixed value that cannot be increased. Players will take damage from combat, not eating, falling etc and will need to take a health potion or sleep to replenish it.

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Stamina

Your character's Stamina depletes every time you do something physically demanding, e.g. sprint or fight, and when it drops to zero, you can do neither.

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Energy

Your character gets tired over time and then it needs to rest. Energy is depleted by combat, movement and basically just by being awake.

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Nourishment

Your character needs to eat and drink. Each type of food and drink will fill you up to a greater or lesser extent meat and meat products a lot, fruit and drinks little.




    • Anonymous

      23 Feb 2018 17:07  

      There seems to be some kind of hindrance and debuff thats invisible. main level is 13 and my agility is 18 and strength is 16 charisma 11 and vitality 12 but when you look at the right side its shows i have 15 agility and 14 strength and my speed seems to be taking a hit. anyone have any thoughts its not equipment ive taken everything off and put it on my horse to test it.

      • Anonymous

        17 Feb 2018 18:38  

        do stats have a lvl cap? I read somewhere that the "main lvl" cap is 20. I'd like to know how carefully I should plan my perk choices.

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