GastNDorf

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  1. You can earn most coop trophies in splitscreen that's why people keep getting trophies.
  2. Exactly. If you refuse to change clothes, nothing will happen.
  3. - Bargain with the merchants, you buy or sell one item at a time, but everytime you let them more money than what they ask. Do this on every merchant until your reputation with them stops going up. - Travel on the roads around those city until you find bandits or cumans, kill them, this will raise your reputation too, but not immediately. You can also fast travel to these pkaces and hope for random bandits or cuman encounters. - Do quests there if you still have some.
  4. So you can boost easily? With just two?
  5. Are you doing something special to make it happen though? Like switch difficulty or something?
  6. Ah the thing is I don't have 3 systems let alone 2 but I was considering getting a Pro someday. But least I'll know if I have an opportunity.
  7. Can you cross play?
  8. Still need confirmation, anybody?
  9. They just put this game on sale, and it's not even working...
  10. Hmm I don't really want to start a new thread about glitches so sorry to hijack this one; but I just wondered if anybody knew of any other beneficial glitches still working on the lastest patch, in story or breach mode? I saw a glitch for infinite praxis but it seems it's patched (people are really confusing about it so I don't know). Can't try myself because my internet is broken at the moment and might be for a long time.
  11. I thought of streaming my whole playthrough of hardcore trophy, unfortunately my internet is broken so I can't even download the patch, let alone stream... I'm already planning some strategies ahead, mostly for early game character development, not sure how it will end up but I think it's very do able. Obviously I won't do many side quests. Actually the perk that makes me most anxious is waking up in random places... Not going to be fun if you just sleep near your next quest and the second after you're lost in the woods. Also the the XP slower rate might be a real prick because I don't grasp the full condition of it. The rest is pretty meh. Well maybe the shakes too, lockpicking being a pain until you level it up, it makes it even harder, and you can't level it fast because you don't win as much xp, ahah...
  12. Customizations needs online too doesnt it? Correct me if im wrong cause i really have a hard time figuring out how the game works. Dont even know where you check them or use them. It doesnt help that my home connection to the internet has just broken (im at work but proxies wont let me connect to psn) and the servers are very messy too. Is there even a way to earn them in your own festival?
  13. Just as I explained to someone saying they would sell back the game because of the sole purpose of lockpicking, this is not as bad as it seems! The first times it will be very hard because it is rather hard to figure how it works, and you don't have much room for practicing because of the scarce lockpicks. But as you train, you level up your skill, it becomes easier in itself (less chance of breaking, and quicker moves) and get more and more used to it. I myself thought I would completely pass on to the whole mechanic cause I couldn't do a single very easy lock, but in the end I just tried again and again, and by the end of the game I could do very hard locks without effort. Same thing with pickpocketting. This is how you improve your skill anyway, just try again and again, even failed attempts give you xp. Buy plenty of lockpicks everytime you can, pay the trainers.You will notice improvements quickly enough. Now if you want tips on the actual thing, on how it works: you have the lock in the shape of a circle, every shape that are in it aren't important, there only purpose is to have visual landmarks. Your goal is to find the point on which the lock will open, you can find it easily when your cursor becomes yellow. You then need to turn the lock all around, with your stick starting pointing north. Of course the target point will move as your turn the lock, so you have to follow it with your cursor. If the cursor goes too far from the target, it turns grey and your controller vibrates, meaning your lock is starting to break. Now to make things easier, just know that each time you quit and come back on a lock, the lock is reset, you can use this to your advantage by resetting it until the target is on an easy place, either close to the center (so the target doesn't really move much) or in a place easy to notice, like the upper part bar, or in between cogs...
  14. You find them quicker with high perception too.
  15. Well the only good use of this method would be to have training rooms early, but you don't need that many people to get them anyway. The last rooms are extremely expensive and produce far more ressources than needed from the start, spending money on it would only cripple your development, unless you timeskip like a madman of course, and start with a thousand lunchboxes (which wouldn't be time effective either).