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Skills: Some help? ..

Posted: 05‑10‑2014 19:04


Shikaru

Rat Squasher
2 posts
I have a question..well a few actually. 1. Where is a spot I can fish crabs at? 2. Where is a spot I can mine at? 3. Any advice? I'm fairly new to this game..created a account last year but didn't play on it much, Any help is appreciated.

 


Posted: 05‑10‑2014 19:52


QuaCzar


Fire Flipper
1823 posts
Welcome to the game!

The World Map shows some locations. I'll give directions from "Start," which you can teleport to by pressing the Reset button at the bottom right of the game screen.

To fish crabs,
you need a fishing net.

A good place to start fishing is the crab dock between the swamp at the top of the map and the mountain in the middle. (From the start, go down one screen, then follow the road all the way to the right until you see a store, a dock, fire, and a frog who likes to attack you.)

Another place to fish is above the Castle. On the map, it is marked as "Fishing." (Click "Overlays" under the map to see the names.) You can catch crabs outside of the Fishing Guild. Fire is harder to acquire here, though. You need to bring an axe to chop trees, then set them on fire at the pit one screen to the left, but nothing attacks you, here.

To mine,
you need a pickaxe. From Start, take either road down to the river, then follow the road right until it leads into a tunnel. In the main tunnel are two kinds of ores. Start with the orange copper deposits. You can sell them at Zack's Mining Company, which is downriver along the road by a dock, with a fox, or just drop them to level fast until you can mine both kinds of ores. Then, you can combine them at the forge to make bronze armor. As you level smithing, you can make more items.

-QuaCzar : SysOp | Anarchy Leader | #1 Magic

 


Posted: 05‑10‑2014 20:22


QuaCzar


Fire Flipper
1823 posts
As for advice:

You can move between the left and right sides of the map by using blue teleports or by going through the narrow pass at the first crab fishing area I gave.

The area fenced off below the river is a PvP area. There are higher level enemies here, and players can attack each other. Broken pickaxes are found one screen above the flagpole. These can be fixed easily, and are cheaper than buying new ones.

If you go far enough down into the Badlands, with boats, there are more lands the map doesn't show. You can also find boots to walk on the mountain or through trees or swamps. Some of these places can be dangerous. At some point, you will most likely die. When this happens, everything in your inventory is dropped. Once you respawn, if you hurry back to where you died, you can pick them up again, as well as a "Dead Player." If you don't get there in time, most of the items you had can be purchased. Gold is found by killing things, starting with spiders and rats. If you want to store items that are hard to buy, you have 3 options:

Bank gold often, so you have it to buy items back after you die. Most cities have a bank. You can deposit gold in a bank and then withdraw your gold from a bank in any city.

The map shows a "Store" area. This building allows you to offer a trade to other players, one item for one item, but you can store the item, instead, by choosing the red X as the price. This option is in the gold section. You can store up to 99 of the same kind of item this way.

If you need to store more kinds of items, save up 1k gold, then bring it up one screen from the store to the area marked "House" on the map, and buy one. As you need more storage, you can upgrade your house. Upgrade details are on the sign, inside. (Once you enter the house, the displayed area, yard and all, is available for you to drop items. They won't disappear like they would in the rest of the world.)

-QuaCzar : SysOp | Anarchy Leader | #1 Magic

 


Posted: 05‑11‑2014 10:52


Shikaru

Rat Squasher
2 posts
Thanks I had no idea about the map lol. Where exactly is the flagpole you were talking about?

 


Posted: 05‑11‑2014 14:21


Joe


Fire Flipper
1478 posts
The Flagpole is a player-vs-player feature of the Badlands.

If a player "tags" the flagpole, their name is displayed on the flag. For every player that gets killed on that screen, the owner of the flagpole will get 1 experience point. It does not matter who kills who, if you own the flagpole you get 1 bonus experience point.

In order to tag the flag, you must be wearing an armband (either red or blue). The flag raised with your name will be of that color. This is to make it easier for clans to identify each other during war.

Additionally, in order to tag the flag you must either (a) kill the current owner, or (b) force him to retreat to another screen.

-Joe

DevTeam Member

 


Posted: 05‑11‑2014 18:46


QuaCzar


Fire Flipper
1823 posts
The "Flagpole" is labelled in the brownish area in the lower left of the map, called the Badlands. That is, if you click to show overlays. There is a small roundish grassy area around it, and many barbed fences. If you follow the main lava flow, then straight out past the Bunker, it is the first green area you come to on the map. If you are PvPing, capture the flag to get bonus points for kills on that screen, as Joe said. To capture the flag, you need to be wearing an armband and you need to have a quiver to wear an armband.

This brings up one more note on storage:
To store arrows, simply quiver them. If you die with the quiver in your inventory, the arrows will either drop or break, but if you drop the quiver before you die, the next one you find will have the same number of arrows.

Quivers can be found at the Range Guild or with armbands on the screen to the right of the Flagpole, guarded by buzzards. This screen also has a damaged bend of the mining cart track.

-QuaCzar : SysOp | Anarchy Leader | #1 Magic

 


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