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Kellinka16 posted a question in Pathfinder Adventures: Technical Support (Spoiler Warning!)I have bought a new phone and downloaded the game but when I logged into my Google play account or link to my asmodee account, my data doesn't transfer. How do I get my game data from one Android device to another? I have seen many threads regarding Android to pc links.
Hello! This is my first fourm post and I'll cut to the chase. I sent Hiravias to escort Berolt from Caed Nua. I didn't want to go to Twin Elms without him so I did some WM II quests while I waited for his six days to finish up. When he got back all of his loot was gone and stark naked (this is really disheartening because he had two soul weapons bound to him along with an invisible cloak) and he was under level. When I tried to level him up his name wasn't even Hiravias anymore but "tGender" and then two of him spawned! However only one of them could follow me while the other just stood still.
Hey, I have this problem where no matter what I do, Kelborn won't contact me to tell me that I can return to Onderon. A extensive Google search revealed a few details as to why this is: I'm using The Restored Content Mod, which *may* be contributing to the issue and I chose to go to Onderon as my last planet. The quest "Master Of The Palace" and "Lost Jedi" both say that Master Kavar was forced to flee when we met in the Onderon Cantina, telling me to "bide my time" until he contacts me. As most people don't do Onderon first, this is usually when they do the other planets and he contacts the
Just a thought on a more organic method of marking out quests, giving directions and adding to the atmosphere and depth of the gameworld. Between cities we have milestones, giving distances to local points of interest, cities, shrines, battlefields of yore etcetera. So that we know we are on the correct path and do not need quest markers or glowing exclamation marks, we can just follow the simple directions we have been given. And if a path or trail is not marked, is that not intriguing in and of itself. Signposts could also mark the way at crossroads, perhaps with shrines for the pray