I forgot all about the game challenge you were talkin about. I think I'm gonna download that game you chose for me tonight. Ever have any luck finding JJ & Jeff?
i kinda forgot too lmao and no i dont have all my pc parts yet
im sure i can download your game ill try it out tonight or tomorrow
This is a throwback to when I was like 7. At least that was peak playing time, so I wouldn't expect much. But, from what I remember it has a bunch of humor that relates to that age. So, pretty much the goat.
You level up by murdering non-civilians and also by completing quests. When you level up you get 2 skill points. The skill system is best described as similar to Final Fantasy X. It's a branching tree grid situation.
Weapons are 1 handed: axes, hammers, daggers, flail (dope but awkward), shield; 2 handed: axes, swords, spear, heavy shield; light bow, (minimum scope), hunter bow (medium scope) and predator bow (maximum scope)
Level up, get 2 points to up your stats, gain passive skills/active skills that require a button push mid-combat.
Gear is not bought, it's found, upgrade materials are highlighted on the map when you're close enough/buy the map for that thing in that area. You can only enhance gear to a certain level until it's upgraded to the next level. Enhancements use resources that are found/can be bought w/ IRL money. Upgrade materials must be found. Enhancements improve the gear. Upgrades increase the enhancement capability. Like the upgrade gives +4 stats. The enhancement gives two more available upgrades.
The same materials you use to upgrade your gear is the same you use upgrade your ammo capacity and your "heal myself so I don't game over" function. Pretty sure it's weighted to make you want to spend money on resources to do that.
Basically you find armor - some of the gold icons on the map - and you either ignore them completely or upgrade them with the ingots you get from other gold icons on the map. This will not improve them. It will only improve their improvability. You need leather and iron for that. You get those from chests and from iron ore on the ground and by murdering cute little animals. Or you can buy them with money.
Once you have the Iron and the Leather, you can substantively improve your gear.
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Valhalla is def gonna take forever to finish (which I don't mind), I have synchronized a lot of the map and there is a shit ton of stuff to collect. Great game so far, though.
Travel all the rivers via longship. It susses out a lot of the map for you without having to fight. When you approach a river chain you can jump off ship, sprint a while, and re-summon your ship. It defies normal logic but it works. I mapped out all of the map at level like 130