I know when you normally unlock weapon slots as answered in this question, but mine's a little different. I have a few characters that have already beaten the entire game, or almost the entire game (right before the end of the final mission). If I create a new character, is there any way to unlock all his weapon slots without playing through to the point at which he gets all four weapon slots?
I ask this because I have a character that I've done this for, but I'm not positive how. It might have been because I was farming the Warrior and this character finished that mission, but I'm not sure.
edit: Character A has finished the game on Normal and TVHM, and is on the very last mission right before calling the moonshot on UVHM. Character B is a newly created character. I started the game in UVHM with Character A, brought in Character B to call the moonshot, then saved on Character B. I think that's why all the weapon slots are unlocked on Character B, but I'm not positive.
In Sims Medieval, quest performance is measured by character's focus, and it accumulates over time (both positive and negative focus). When a quest is over (all of the quest steps completed), the accumulated performance score determines the quest result. This seems to imply that completing quests slowly will result in better quest performance, provided that the character stays on positive focus...-intuitive, though - especially with quests like "missing child" which imply speed - so I'm not sure if I'm reading the rules right. So: Is it a valid gameplay tactic to deliberately progress slow
Okay, so I have just finished all the Scenario's for each character, and done every Practice - A-Rank Mission in Naruto Ultimate Ninja (the first one), and got to the S-Rank missions.... that's when I realized you have to be crazy to do them (if you have played the game you know what I mean; the missions are using every move or every character in the entire game, collecting 9,999,999 ryo, collect the thousands of different items from the Shop one at a time, etc.). I have an obsession with beating my games 100 PERCENT, but I am not willing to put in insane amounts of boring time to do those
I finished the game and i'm now trying to get all of the skill points. I played most of this game with another person. There's some skills that want you to kill X ennemis with the weapon Y. My question is: if I don't really play with weapon Y, but my friend does, is it better if he continues to kill enemies, or can I continue adding kills to the counter by using the same weapon. In other... this weapon? If I never played with this weapon, do I have to kill 50 enemies to get this skill point or I need to kill 100 of them? *Assume the upgrades on the weapon are the same for both of us.
want he full experience and I'm not getting it because I just CAN NOT fand any of the RP Adventures. Please Help! I just want to 'level' up my Captain and unlock all the Captain's Items((accessories... have not found a single one. I even uninstalled the game out of pure frustration.. as it felt like I wasted my money on the EP. I have since re-installed it.((2 years later)) But STILL can not find any Adventures while actually playing in the Space stage. NOTE:: I know I can play them outside of the 'campaign mode' I'm sure they put that in specifically because they are impossible to find
Is there a way to redo a specific mission in the Heart of the Swarm campaign, before finishing the whole campaign (via Master Archives)? I know in WoL we could. I'm asking this, because achievements are down right now and I would like to redo a mission to get the achiements before carrying on. EDIT: I can't find where to redo a mission. I'm only at mission 3, is it later?
I'm experiencing a serious issue with AWE: the game is fun, it works well, then for some reason the game doesn't close cleanly and I lose ALL progress I ever made in the game. When this happened after unlocking the 3rd mission, I didn't mind it too much, but this time I lost the entire first chapter, and my completion of Baghdad Mayhem. I'm not pleased at all, and I don't want to play through those missions again; I'd much rather resume the game from where I left it: the first mission of Tokyo. Is there a way to unlock levels without playing them? Failing that, is there a savefile with all
I have been playing borderlands 2. But it seems like the places I visit locks the enemy levels at the level I am at when I come there. I can't farm the infinity gun because Doc mercy is lvl 8 when I get to him, which I think that my level was 7-8 when I first saw him. Also The Warrior is lvl 31 instead of scaling mine from 38-40. And All the bosses I have met before, is underleveled compared to me. Is there any way I can fix this? Is it maybe because I went to UVHM? Since I changed back to normal mode after realizing I had to start all over again.
I've finished the storyline and am now finishing all the missions. Up to this point, there have been many battles that took a few tries, but never any battles that I felt I had to grind for. A few moments' thought, a carefully-crafted Paradigm deck, and a bespoke strategy have gotten me through every battle at the moment I encountered it. I'm now in Titan's Trials, I've gone through one set of five battles, and now I'm on the last battle of another: E1, Mission 45, against a Neochu. I cannot figure out how I can beat this thing — not without leaving and coming back WAY later, anyway
in a problem that only a handful of people are experiencing. I suppose servers have to explode before they'll bat an eye. Anyway, the glitch is causing me to not be able to complete the mission. I finished... (Wenchy's version) to make my game think I've completed the mission. I realize I could totally exploit this and make ME think I've completed ALL the missions, but then what's the point in playing? I just want.... Nothing big. I've also updated both my game and Origin to their respective latest updates (I'm on PC if you can't tell). I've worked my way back up to the Grissom mission and am still having the same