Starting a game means you'll start fresh. That means you'll be a level one, you'll have crappy stats, etc. Starting a new game with your current character means everybody in your party will retain their levels. I don't think they'll keep their equipment, but they will keep their levels.
Your main character will retain their equipment as well, though they can't carry over unique items like quest rewards and so forth. Other than that, Amerikranian's explanation pretty much sums it up.
Bear in mind that you have an unlimited number of saved games available, so starting a new game with your current character doesn't mean you can't start a new game from scratch any time you like.
Thank you very much for your descriptive explanation. Sincerely, Vireak
Curious to know of any progress on this walkthrough. It's been forever since I played this game and unfortunately, as it turns out... my knowledge of it isn't what it used to be. lol
Yeah, would love to see the complete walkthrough of this game too.
I also would love to get my hands on a complete walkthrough of this game.
Me 3. Or is it me 33? Some of the quests people are having trouble with I've figured out. Others, not so much. I can't even find all the right gravestones for the founders, even, and yet I feel like I've been all over that cursed graveyard 20 times if I've done it once.
Anybody figured out how to kill three wyverns? Any time I run into that spawn I try to retreat. None of the combinations of party members I've tried get even close. There's just no time when the monsters all get multiple attacks and ruin your whole day in five seconds.
To kill three wyverns:
1. Use poison.
2 Freeze at least one of them.
3. Prepare to take a beating anyway. Stock up on healing and revival potions. Having fast travel in Deepwood doesn't hurt either.