Divine Divinity Series

Year: 2002 (started)

Publisher: CDV Software Entertainment AG; Snowball Studies; Larian Studios

Developer: Larian Studios

Creator: Swen Vincke

Country: Belgium

Genre: Role-playing

Platform: PC (Divinity II and Divinity Original Sin were also released for Mac, PS4, XBox One)

Divine Divinity

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Divinity is a sprawling, multi-part fantasy roleplaying game series, taking place over thousands of years in the fictional world of Rivellon. Most of the narratives explore the tensions resulting from political corruption and abuse of magical power in the realm. The games feature a range of play practices, combat styles, and levels of character customization. The most recent titles have emphasized the role of ethical decision-making and relationships between the playable characters, which contributes to the presence of LGBT-related characters and scenarios.

The series contains:

2002: Divine Divinity

2004: Beyond Divinity (standalone spin-off)

2012: Divinity II (sequel to Divine Divinity)

2013: Divinity: Dragon Commander (standalone spin-off)

2014: Divinity: Original Sin (prequel to Divine Divinity)

2016, announced: Divinity: Original Sin II (sequel to Divinity: Original Sin)

LGBTQ  references in this game series

Divine Divinity (2002): Sex Workers

Divinity: Dragon Commander (2013): Gay Marriage Policy DecisionScarlett

Divinity: Original Sin (2014): Player Characters’ Affinity/AffectionThe Star Crossed LoversSex Workers (/“Sex” “Workers”)

See also QRM’s entry for this game.


  1. Divine Divinity. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Divine_Divinity