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Here is a screenshot of my problem. https://steamuserimages-a.akamaihd.net/ugc/912423523919420114/D3BE348E52A6C0E5533E2FA6E2695ED0B0FC98CB/ I just started Act III. I am on my ship now, but I can't do anything besides go below deck and/or talk to everyone. The button that allows you to access the navigation map has disappeared. I am stuck here. Is there a fix for this or any way around this problem? Unfortunately the game has autosaved in this state and my most recent manual save is about 20 hours ago.
I'm in Sayuka and I noticed there was no Inn (needed to rest) so I headed out the eastern exit thinking that there was more to the town to explore. The map shows a larger town but the eastern end inst accessible. Is this by design or a bug? I can leave by foot and explore the island, but Sayuka just seems, small.
I've been thinking about a sort of "Search" skill which is both a "Narrative" joy for players and developers but also some sort of mechanical "Hub" for other skills, making it cumulatively better. What can you fit into a "Scholar" reference in my opinion? * Lore/Codex * Cartography * Search Are there any more? Basically I am thinking about ways to make it even more fun to explore not just the outer workings of the game, but the inner as well. Perhaps "Scholar" could be a skill that upgrades per how much you explore? (In another thread I speak about another "Experience" table for Non-Combat Skills, but could there be one for a type of [scholar] Skill as well?). Lore Basically, I found that book now I've got +1 Lore/Codex and can learn more Lore from items that I have. Cartography Exploring the world itself makes the character better at seeing (FOV grows per exploring?) as well as natural phenomena, getting to and exploring the Wyvern Nest gives us insight in a cave further down the game that we are about to encounter Wyverns (closely related to "Search"). Search Is defined by [Lore]+[Cartography] which determines "Search" level. Search is then in turn used to find Loot or exploring a dungeon level. Basically, what I wish to address with this topic is some sort of "Can a Skill have a simplistic function, at the same time as it has more than 1 function?", "Can you avoid complications for developer/player with a Multi-Purpose Skill?". Thoughts?