I have been using a few of the badges given from the start of my career but it looks like you can only use them X amount of times before you have to refill them. ( Default was 5 ) Finding this out, sparked a few questions:
How do you refill these badges?
Do they cost money IRL or XP ?
How many times can you refill a badge?
Does it cost 1 badge usage per round or event you play in?
In Animal Crossing: New Leaf, everyone is well aware that Phineas, the scoutmaster, hands out badges when you've achieved something. Well, I am having difficulty understanding the qualifications. I don't understand 2 of them, but I'll ask about the other in a different question. Anyway, it is about the Host Badge. From reading the description of how to get the badge on The Animal Crossing Wiki, I apparently need to host/invite 50 people to my town. The problem is, do I need to invite 50 different people or can I invite a person 50 different times and still get the badge?
As I understand it, crafting a set of regular Steam Trading Cards gets you a common Game Badge. I also know that it is impossible to use a mix of regular and foil cards to craft a badge. Either you craft them entirely with Foil Cards, or you use no foil cards. (With the former granting you a Foil Badge instead). Are Foil Badges instead of or in addition to regular badges? If the former, can you mix and match Foil / Regular levels? What happens?
In Bravely Default, one of the accessories you can buy (unlocked via Norende reconstruction) is the Smiley Badge. The item states that it's effect is: A friendly badge that freezes your aggro level. This leads me to a few questions then: What is the 'default' aggro level of a character? By wearing this badge will you never or only rarely be targeted? If you wear the badge, and then use...? I know there's a taunt skill (Pirate) and a threat deduction (Ninja) but do you earn aggro by attacking/healing? Does this mean that the more damage a character does, the more likely they'll
I sent myself a reminder to get on the Playstation Network and download my free games before the 30 day window expires, but I don't see any way to do it. I went as far as looking up Dead Nation in the store but it is still $14.99. Will there be a big obvious button to press to get these games or am I going to have to keep fishing around the store waiting for a few titles to show up as free? EDIT: I can't answer this, since it is closed, but I keep getting badges for thousands of views, so clearly people want the answer: Sign in, go to the store, and it is the second menu item on the left
I managed to craft the Team Fortress 2 badge after trading away a couple of duplicates to friends. However when I went to view my badge progress, I noticed that the remaining duplicate cards had formed an alliance and were requesting more of their friends for another badge. Just how many levels are there for card badges?
How often (or under what conditions) does Rowf's Badge Shop in Toad Town get new or different badges? I'd hate to miss a great badge because I didn't visit the shop at the right time.
Possible Duplicate: How do you get all three badges in Donkey Kong Country Returns levels? On each level there are three circles, one for the KONG that is the red one, the second for the puzzle pieces that is the green one, and what is the third one? You can see this more clearly when you hit level summary. thanku
The stalk market badge in New Leaf has a badge for making a profit selling turnips. The bronze requires a total cumulative profit of 500,000 bells. I'm interested to know how this is calculated - if you keep making a loss every week, do you end up with a massive negative overall profit (which you'd have to claw back before you could even begin working back towards the badge), or does it bottom out at zero? For example, let's say we spend 100,000 bells on turnips one week, and only sell them for 50,000. Is my total profit now -50,000 or zero?
benefits (1st badge increases Attack, 3rd badge increases Speed, etc). However, I don't believe this is mentioned in-game. I'm curious as to if these badges actually do raise the stats of your Pokemon...In Pokemon FireRed and Pokemon LeafGreen, you get badges for defeating Gym Leaders, just like in any other Pokemon game. However, upon receiving the badges, it sometimes tells you that a stat of all of your Pokemon has been raised. Supposedly, the Boulder Badge gives raises your Pokemon's Attack, the Thunder Badge raises your Pokemon's Speed, the Soul Badge raises your Pokemon's Defense