Woo! Survived my first space journey through PVP in my vtol.
Woo! Survived my first space journey through PVP in my vtol.
Got 193 ped, got no idea what to buy.
Alright, bought them, now what?
1528 Bottles of Sweat.
All of that worth about 3,60 PED. So many hours for so little.
Doest worth sweating imo, except maybe at the sweat camp, maybe.
Should i buy a sleipnir mk1 for 108 ped?
Man this game is confusing. I start it up for the first time and as I spawn for the first time I appear to be hugging some kind of giant automated turret. After the tutorial window remained empty for around 10 minutes I figured out how to equip my sweat extractor and extract some sweat. It would have been nice if there were some actual tutorials in the game but oh well.
I got the 10km running man achievement after about 1 minute of actual running :D.
Actually nevermind, after about 5 minutes of exploring I found the tutorial man on the other side of where I spawned. Now things are starting to make sense.
I might go ferrying with a heli once i got one, how much should I charge for a flight?
Can you hunt space squids and sell em to japanese sushi chefs for loadsa emone?
SHORYUKEN TO THE HEAVENS!
Where's a good spot to sweat at this time? there seems to be no-one around.
just noticed something on a turret
I can sweat with anyone. Not doing much else tonight.
Well ferrying people is a bit hard, as some players do it for free, but I've found 50pec-1ped to be a nice price, if you're flying a Vtol I would charge more because of only carrying one passenger, thus increasing fuel costs/passenger. Though with the chopper you can pick up say 1ped per player, or have a package deal of 5ped for 6 seats, I would say 50pec(or 250 sweat)per player for ferrying people to the sweat camp Limnadian, and 1 ped (500 sweat) for twin peaks. Personally, I haven't tried out the pricing too much yet, though it seems that these prices seem to be pretty fair, considering you'll spend about 20oil(22pec) for a trip from Port atlantis to Limnadian and maybe another 20 oil down to Twin peaks. 40 oil if you start from Port Atlantis again.
Also buying oil in bulks is a lot cheaper than only buying say 50 or 100, ie 100 oil can go for 2 ped on auction which is 200% markup, while 1000 can go for 11-12ped which is 110% - 120%
Maybe we should add this to the OP: Popular sweat camps are: Limnadian District(easily accessalbe), Nea's Place(hard to get to, and pretty deserted for now.) Also remember, when your sweat gather skill increases you gain more sweat, because you're bound to get more successful attempts(ie at the start you will fail to gather sweat a few times). Sweating alone for money is tedious, but a nice way to earn money when you're gonna be afk or alt tabbed.
What I do is go to a sweat camp, select the creature, and hit the "auto use tool"(you must have Move to target when interacting in options ticked, O - > Controls) which will automatically gather sweat for me while I alt tab and check: Facepunch, youtube, porn or whatever
I do the same with sweating, sucks when you die though.
especially when everyone is doing the same, right now there's just a group of 15 people doing nothing because the monster broke loose
I like to have my screen like this
I normally don't die at all, when I'm at those places, because of evasion :V it's truly nice.
Someone from the vikings of calypso group asked if he can join the trip tomorrow, his name is Lasso oneshot.
what is the best guide to ferrying? Is it smart to use a land vehicle first, or do they cost as much as a heli?
Yes of course, anyone's free to come, as long as we are capable of bringing enough transports, I also threw an apply to the Vikings of Calypso
I got into the Vikings of Calypso. Great people, really.
Ive decided to use the river system for transport so I can alt tab safely while auto-running without being killed. The alternative was a much shorter route to Twin Peaks but no matter what route I took it was so congested with monsters there was no way past.
A giant eomon thing spawned underwater but soon thankfully died. Oh god what it came back to life for about 2 seconds when I got close.
Already sweating like a boss with my mere 200 sweat bottles.
This game looks very interesting. Are there any spaceship etc. and do you level up like a normal MMO ?
To answer your already twice answered question, yes there are Spaceships, as well as land and air vehicles. No, you do not technically 'Level' in the traditional sense. You gather points in skills that eventually level up. The higher the skill level, obviously the better you are at it.
Random tidbit about myself: This is the first MMO I have ever decided to devote time to. I want to get up there. I want to at least be a somewhat recognized person in this game's community. Getting there will be hard and probably require a little bit of real world money, but I think in the end, I will enjoy myself until I finally get tired of this game.
I'm gonna give this a go and see if it interests me once I finished the tutorial area, it looks really promising though.
So I decided to ferry this new guy to Twin Peaks for 2 ped, all was going well until... OH GOD WHAT THE FUCK IS THAT CREATURE
It's bigger than my heli :V
edit: fuck this I'm rebinding my exit button, I keep jumping out accident, my heart stop for a second and I spam right click to get back in
what's a good price to sell sweat for?
the map is a pretty big clusterfuck, use straight lines next time
maybe thicker lines too.
I love how someone bidded 2.3 per K, and then someone else went 2.35
I still find it confusing that a single PED has such a high value. It makes me think stuff is really cheap (compared to other games like EVE where you easely have millions). though it does make buying PEDS easier.
Time to spend my entire day farming sweat!
Yea I know what you mean, but you'll get used to it, eve should have joined with entropia and not have made dust. It could have turned out quite nice, if they worked out a system for the two worlds to merge.
I found Norzone back while sweating.
I also noticed your mouth moves when talking (voice, microphone). But that also goes for music, so I saw some dude talking on the beat just a second ago
can you make this thing smaller
Is my card here yet?
Facepunch help. I've been stuck for 90+ minutes at an outpost South-West of Twin Peaks surrounded by these prick bunch of Tantillion things. I can't teleport away as it has no teleporter, I have no weapons and I can't deposit any money to buy anything as "I haven't left Genesis" or something. I don't suppose someone could give me a lift, no? :(
Actually nevermind, some guy gave me a lift in his buggy, yay! Now to endure more hour long journeys over vast distances from the mission provider.