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I would love to have a chest of consumables that I could use to upgrade weapons and armour with. The scarcity of consumables is an important part of the game's balance, I'm aware, but this is for fun and possibly a useful thing for those intending to solo deadfire and I'm a linux player so I don't have access to windows-based cheat consoles to just give me the stuff. You can put an upper limit (but make it large) if you want, or make them infinite, but bear in mind there are about 15 that are very heavily used in upgrading the quality of items. Some items like adra ban and sapphires are almost never repeated or offered in vendor reloads, whilst a bunch of items are rare drops from unique entities, and there's only so many xaurips you can kill. Some items are equivalent but only work for certain weapons, eg to upgrade some items to legendary you can use kraken eyes, but that doesn't always work for other items. The chest should be on the initial island somewhere, whether with a vendor or not is up to you. Anyway, let's have a stab at it and I will do a solo run and advise requirements as I go if you wish.
Hy Folks just wanted to know if there was any possibility to test a figurine in BB (i didn't play the quests, more fooled around with character builds and classes) Are there any information on these, exept the ones in the wiki? will they be usefull, how to use them and what kind of figurines would you wish?
We're approaching the Crafting & Enchanting stretch goal, so I thought it'd be a good time to discuss mechanics. Arcanum, in my humble opinion, had one of the best crafting systems out of cRPGs I have played. For those who haven't played this title, here's a quick recapitulation : The general concept was simple - characters acquired various item schematics by spending of character points in the appropriate discipline. However, some had to be found - either in shops or in various locations in the game (some would be notoriously hard to locate). It was then simply a matter of finding ingredients to create the desired item : But here's where it got interesting : 1) Lots of variation There were eight disciplines (Herbology, Chemistry, Electric, Explosives, Gun Smithy, Mechanical, Therapeutics and Smithy) in the game, with each discipline having seven degrees within it. And that's not counting found schematics. 2) Not limited to equipment upgrades While some of the disciplines offered just that (i.e. better armour), it was not a general rule. That brings us to the next point. 3) Consumables and utility equipment That, I feel, was the strongest part of this system. Most of the schematics were of various consumables or other assorted amenities. For an instance, the player could craft : a) various grenades (stun, flash, fire, acid, smoke etc.), b) substances that could benefit the player (buffs : combat and non-combat) or harm their foes (poisons), c) traps, d) various useful gadgets (better lockpicks, lanterns, projectile reflecting shields, trap detectors etc.), e) resources (bullets, batteries etc.) f) even pets (automatons). In short - all sorts of useful (or somewhat less so) items, with wildly different combat and non-combat applications. 4) Mixed crafting Some found schematics required having an expertise in two disciplines - e.g. machined plate required advanced knowledge in the fields of Smithy and Mechanical. I think these concepts would be a good source of inspiration for PE.