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Alchemy is ridiculous...I enjoy emersion and realism in my games but COME ON!!!! Turning hour glasses and waiting for stuff to boil? If I wanted to cook for real...which I don't like doing...I'd go to my kitchen...I don't want to have to do it in a game. But nevertheless....this game is sooo much fun. They need to make a game like this in a futuristic setting in which you play a cyborg cop and can either be a good cop or bad cop...with the same level of realism. The future of gaming is so promising...well it has been for a while now....so many good games out there and not enough time to play them.
Also, referring to the bow tip, I use directly above Henry’s fist as a crosshair. It sets a standard area for me to aim in general. Also, I oppose to haggling for all in total because you can use the perk final offer which will give you a better opportunity before the merchant gets annoyed.
Top Ten Tips:
1. Learn to read
2. Learn to read
3. Learn to read
4. Learn to read
5. Learn to read
6. Learn to read
7. Learn to read
8. Git gud at sword
9. My name’s Henry
10. I could go for a bite to eat...
I love this game! I can't say this enough. I'm on my third playthrough and still having a blast.
This time, as soon as I got to the mill, I went treasure hunting and then bought a cheap horse for only 170 grochen. Next I learned to read.
I recommend buying repair kits for all if your gear and learning the maintenance skill. Then go train with Robard. After every session, repair your gear. This will get your stats and skills up very quickly. MAINTENANCE was the first skill I maxed out while doing this. Getting your other stats like strength and agility is very important so you can use the better weapons found in game.
High end weapons combined with good training goes a long way in this game. Still there are times I really miss a good Fus Roh Dah!
Update after patch: YOU can no longer/cannot hide stolen goods to your horse and expect it not to get taken during random guard inspection. New patch fixed it. Guards will take stolen goods from your horse lol
Game is actually really easy even at start. You or anyone can massacre ALL Cumans at the very start of the game when you have to run from Skalitz to Rattay. But you have to be on a horse and charge on enemy with a Stabbing motion not slash. After killing all Cumans, bag the loot you like.. instant armor, weapons and groschen
yeah I'm definitely gonna use that lockpick one. I just unlocked the perk for more durable picks. so atleast i got that.
I like the perk Dustpan because damn if your food spoils faster than you need it.
Game was hard in the beginning... do main quests up until you go to kill Runt then do a bunch of side quests. Highly suggest increasing reading ability. Can get books that increase certain skills. I killed runt in 4 blows. Before doing what I said i was consistently dying.
You want to kill everything and almost never get hurt? Just use the bow and arrows. As long as you walk backwards whoever you are fighting almost never swings at you, haha they just walk towards you with their weapons up.
Lmao, in Speech perks tree the one ya should pick first is no doubt Final offer, cuz after that when haggling you can just drop the price as low as possible and hence the seller will suggest the lowest price he can accept. Usually it turns out to be like 35-40% discount
About the crosshair, if you are on a pcgo into your game directory and create a txt file called user then put in this line "wh_pl_showfirecursor 1" save and turn it into a cfg file, now you have a small ingame golden circle where you aim.
you could also do it in the console but then you'd have to do it everytime you start the game
Disliked because screw you for giving away pretty much everything step by step as if people are idiots.
Half the fun of this game is that it doesn't hold your hand - You suck at combat? Then train up and git gud!
You want to brew a saviour schnaps? Either learn to read or figure out how to decypher text!
And if you get a perk point - it's up to YOU how you use it! Your playstyle should determine what you take.
Also for fuck's sake, there's no R in Uzhitz!
It's a Z!
NOT AN R!
Tip. Haggling constantly actually lowers your rep with merchants over time making the prices for sold items go down slightly and buying items go up. Instead give them a "tip" every now and then by over paying slightly to increase rep. Better prices over time.
Cheato'matic searches your RAM for numerical values that change and then focuses on that change to allow you to alter that numerical value to anything you want. I always start my single player games with 10 million gold/money. The back stories on all my video game characters start with "He came from an extremely wealthy family".
Cynical Lawman well yeagh man, I think she meant to make em for next to nothing at an alchemy bench, atleist that's what I do, I particularly like the fact thers no limit on my saves anymore, think of if you have to assault a camp of cumans but neglected to save beforehand and die, youl have to load a save, travel all the out again and possibly do this more than once considering the difficulty of said game
The Doctor idk man, I've been brewing alot lately and noticed that four pulls roughly equals out to one turn of boiling, and when you have to boil for two turns just pull it eight times in a row, this method has yet to fail me, I'd appreciate if youl give it a try and let me know your results, thx
The best way to make money is to invest in a trader, sell everything with the lowest prices possible. The trader will become rich on the second day as he sells the goods. Bring your next batch The next day and he'll have some cash to pay you. I make around 6K in one night and it takes 6 full armors or 6 cooked deer meet.
No need to physically stick something in the middle of your screen, just press "^" to open the console and type "wh_pl_showfirecursor 1" for the game to display the dot even with your bow out. Youre gonna have to do this everytime you start the game but it beats having an actual dot on your screen :D
best way i know how to aim is to line up the intersection of a line straight up frommy left index finger knuckle and extending the way the arrow is pointing, somewhat like this:
( ' =Where it will fire. | =knuckle, \ =arrow)
I do not intend to be mean when I say this, but the Miller's training chest is not an exploit. That was put there like that intentionally and the Miller says as much. While it may net you a few quick early levels, it is a far more tedious method than picking other locks as they give more XP per pick. So it will depend on the player.
If you want to make the game really easy for yourself do this: when you fast travel you'll come across the "wayfaring knight" if you win or lose the duel doesn't matter, after the duel knock him out and steal his armour. The second time I recommend selling his armour
Lol who even carries food on them, there are those pots of food you can eat everywhere in the game that restores 25 nourishment. Only perk that is really "necessary" is the one that lets you go longer without needing to eat food and go longer without sleeping.
At 6:53 it shows the flaw in your haggling approach. Your reputation with this merchant is only 21 which means you are getting much less coin than you should be.
To raise your reputation quickly, especially with this merchant, your main money-maker, make lots of transactions and tip them a few extra groats every time.
Not only will they offer you more coin for your goods, a higher reputation with the merchants will quickly raise your overall reputation in a town which affects many game factors.
Everyone is complaining about lockpicking and archery difficulty on console. I have an XB1 but bought this game on PS4 and it is all about practice. I'm lockpick level 18 and I think I have broke 3 lockpicks recently on very hard locks. And bows you just need to practice aiming at centre screen then learn timing, as the bow draws to full it will centre before swaying, learn to release at that point and your accuracy will improve massively.
Anjayl Who cares why people want to do it?! I've seen it done, it really doesn't make a whole lot of difference but still, why do you care how somebody else plays the game? I don't play like that myself, I only commented this in the first place to save PC players who are putting blue gunk on their monitor or tv because they want a reticle
Nothing new here for me after 155 game-hours.
In fact, I'm sort of amazed that I am a better player than many of the people making videos on how to play.
Not humble bragging, more like I am honestly not used to that.
Yeah. I already figured out everything on this list when it was all introduced first. They're not exactly some big reveal that not many people will know, anyone who's played the game before should already know these.
Not only that, but these are all very "gamey" ways to play the game so I won't really use them. I'm the type of person that likes to play games as intended. When i'm playing a Role Playing Game, I actually role play. So not very helpful to me on an individual basis.
The tutorial lockbox only allows so many picks before it stops locking. Also, I'd avoid wasting perk points on "gold making" perks. The best way to make money is just to break in and steal the groschen from the vendors' chests. This frees up perks and you no longer have to carry anything that isn't useful, which will allow you to carry a bunch of potions and good armor.
for me it uses lockpicks, is it supposed to or did I have to do it directly following the millers lesson? From the dialog It sounded like it wouldn't deplete lockpicks.. Playing on console, so I guess I have to get rich first so I can buy a ton of picks before trying again..
For haggling just get that perk that gives you a last chance after pissing them off. Then when you haggle go as low as possible, they go to half the price. And sometimes you get lucky and can still offer lower than that. But because it's still a much higher offer than your last, they will usually take it. This way actually saves you more money the higher the price, so you can also do all the items at once.
I'm loving this game, just got it today. So difficult but fun to learn aswell, you can feel yourself getting used to it.
When i first saw footage of this game i thought oh great another dragon wizards game, then I heard it is realistic and set in a real place in the 1400s i couldn't wait to play it, I'm a huge history fanatic, love learning history
Has anyone elses lock picking gotten harder since the console update? I swear I was unlocking very hard chest like nothing and now my lock picks break like nothing on them. My lock picking skill is lvl 15. Any advice?
i recommend using the archery tape reticle trick at the archery competitions. you can make $140/contest. I've never not had anyone to compete against so it would seem that the amount of cash you can get is limitless
Killing every monk in the monastery is fun and hilarious, but save your game first. They all sleep in one big room together so get your stealth skill up first so you can go from bed to bed without disturbing anyone. Spoiler: You can actually pass the main quest story line this way too. That level of freedom is why I love this game so much.
Also when selling items sell craps items and haggle against yourself to a increased your rep and then and when after a while your items will worth more even if you don't haggle. Sell rotten food, herds, and other items like that. A good place to make money is by the stables were you go early in the main q guest a lot of wormwood can be found there and that is worth over 2 gold each. Do training fight with the captain and every combat skill will be trained outside of the bow.
Sil van Broekhoven I do not have the perk, only some of the very hard locks I can open. Some other locks the pick breaks instantly. It might be different now after the patch though because I have not tried lock picking on the new patch yet.
That haggling tip is false, as haggling relies on percentages. Haggle large sums, and you will be able to settle the price as much as you could manage separately. On speech level up, i'm not certain, but the experience wouldn't be worth it. Remember to get your reputation in the area high, as haggling relies largely on it. This way, you can take a considerably large lump out of those bigger purchases, like tier 5 horses or riding equipment for nobility. Also, if you are lacking in reputation, you can actually pay *more* (or gain less) for an item you are buying/selling, to quickly drive your reputation up in the area you are in.
Funnily enough on Xbox I have found very few glitches; a few temporary freezes, the odd bit of clipping, dialogue being repeated but not much else, the patches must be working for consoles. I mean it doesn't look great compared to the PC version, especially trees far off, but overall it is still very atmospheric, my immersion hasn't been broken much. My only cause for complaint is the lockpicking which i find nigh on impossible with the controller.
I also enjoyed Elex and Gothic. Actually I enjoy every creative gamme. Dragons and magic aint anymore creative at all, that is true. And Skyrim was one of the worst games I've played for having zero innovation and creativity.
I find it really fun even if the main character is relatively inconsequential to the story ( at least in the beginning) I also bought CoD WW2 (and regretted it) because I like the WW2 theater and I have literally no WW2 games, despite the fact that they're 'everywhere'. Also, I don't buy EA games anymore as I have come to expect mediocrity from them.
Gabriel González Fernández lol, courting ladys of the court eyy, I've yet to see the consequences but im sure there are. Just remember to change into the shirt outside her room or youl pretty much seduce her
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