In Harvest Moon: A New Beginning, when going to my Bookshelf, if I look at Picture Book > Various Data, the games shows all sorts of statistics, such as "Times Cooked", "Critters Caught", "Items Foraged", etc.
I received a popup while catching critters that I was now ranked as a Novice Catcher, which you can see below:
Under the categories I'm not yet ranked in, I can see that there are bronze, silver, and gold ranking levels for each title, which you can see here:
Will I get any sort of reward, like blueprints or seeds, for ranking up in these titles, or are these just random statistics for recordkeeping's sake? For example, there's one for "Poison Mushrooms Eaten", and I'm kind of leery of trying to rank up in that unless I really get something good for it.
On the main screen, there's options to vote for the Senate and the World Council, which the game says will globally affect players. However, it doesn't specify how often you get to vote for a new initiative or president. The descriptions are vague, saying that "frequent" votes take place for the Senate, and new presidents are appointed on a "regular" basis. For example, this is the current Senate vote. As you can see, some of the bonuses are quite good, but I'm wondering how long these bonuses will last before new ones are cycled in.
ever been able to penetrate beyond the outer atmosphere Sure enough, when I try to fly my way into the center, I can pass through the (surprisingly stormy and hazardous) atmosphere, and only seem to get a short distance into the first layer of water. I'm at full throttle in this image, and as you can see, I'm now approaching the core at 0 m/s, which I guess means I'm stopped. I can toss probes towards the center, and they too end up hanging in underwater limbo a short distance ahead of me. Is it possible to reach the center somehow?
it will cost one of my total spare parts in order to use. I can hover over each locked item and it will tell me the cost, but I'm unsure if spare parts are something that I can end up grinding for or if there is a fixed amount of spare parts you can get in any given playthrough. Can I unlock the entire Spell Lantern, or will I be forced to choose a specific path? ...I've just started playing Legend of Fae and I'm trying to figure out which path I want to take in regards to the Spell Lantern Upgrades. However, I have no idea how many parts total I'll end up
, unlike Fish, Bugs cannot be cooked, and the only place you can put them is in Storage. I'm pretty obsessive about collecting things, and I tend to like to keep things around unless I otherwise cannot store them. However, unlike the Animal Crossing series, it seems there's no separate place to collect Bugs and you must keep them in your house's Storage. Given that my Storage is currently limited... it becomes necessary, but I'm worried I'll find out I can use them for something other than random statistics later on. Is there any reason to keep Bugs around, or am I safe to let them go/sell them?
I recently discovered that tapping on certain areas of the title screen awards you with controllers (the currency used to unlock new fighters and moves). How many of these secret controllers are there, and where are they on the title screen?
I was happily merrily playing Kingdoms of Amalur until a recent Origin update. This update reseted Amalur settings and saves. Strangly, I can see saves on my hard drive just fine: . How do I make Amalur see these saves?
. There's a structurally weak area above your head, through which you can see a switch for a Riddler trophy. Is there some other upgrade I need to use aside from the Explosive Gel? ...I know how to break through plywood off the ground but how do I get through the structural weakness when it's above my head/on the ceiling? Any attempt to use the Explosive Gel while pointing... in Wonder City. The first is in the first area of the Collapsed Streets, north of the Subway Terminal exit. It's not too far before you get to the Wonder Tower Foundations. It's hard to see
I have an info obsidian farm, which I'm trying to set up to AFK. Unfortunately, I seem unable to guarantee every mined block is picked up by my hopper system. In the image below, I have a minecart hopper underneath the solid obsidian block, and hoppers completely surrounding the obsidian block. (even underneath the solid blocks). Yet, you can see in the screen shot, they aren't grabbing that obsidian. This happens about 1 in 15 blocks that I mine. Thoughts on how to set up hoppers to catch that errant obsidian?
Recently, I've noticed that my goblins have been panicking around a lot and interrupting their jobs. At first I thought it might be because they get really hungry or something, but I checked the Goblin Camp Wiki, and it said that it's because they saw an enemy. I can narrow down it down to the bottom right side of my camp, but I checked around, and I don't see any enemies on the map. Why's this happening? Pic included: