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mother
06-24-2002, 01:42 PM
okay so im glad to see that lot of people are getting into the whole rpg thing. but some of the questions that people post could simply be answered in the instruction book that the game came with. i know its longer than your regular game book but hey so is the game.
if you acctually read the manual then youll find that your pretty much set to begin.

anyway, play on!!!!

Dre
06-24-2002, 01:47 PM
Originally posted by mother
okay so im glad to see that lot of people are getting into the whole rpg thing. but some of the questions that people post could simply be answered in the instruction book that the game came with. i know its longer than your regular game book but hey so is the game.
if you acctually read the manual then youll find that your pretty much set to begin.

anyway, play on!!!!

I agree with you... if ppl would RTFM this forum would only have half the threads it does now. But, then again, whats the point of being in a community if you can't ask q's and advice. I think I've answered identical questions at least 4-5 times to different people, but I don't really mind. At least, like you said, alot of people are getting into RPG's!

EHWfedPres
06-24-2002, 02:59 PM
RTFM...does the M stand for Manual or Map? Or both? :rolleyes:

Dre
06-24-2002, 03:13 PM
Originally posted by EHWfedPres
RTFM...does the M stand for Manual or Map? Or both? :rolleyes:

Actually, I guess it could be both in our case :)

An interesting thing that I just learnt is that each of the littles X's on the big map (paper one that came with game) represents a really cool quest.

EHWfedPres
06-24-2002, 03:18 PM
yeah, they mean treasure or something...

Dre
06-24-2002, 03:20 PM
Originally posted by EHWfedPres
yeah, they mean treasure or something...

Like the timeless adage "X marks the spot" or something :)

I'm going to have to do these quests and make a thread about the specific treasures I get.

mother
06-24-2002, 04:54 PM
just so no one is confused i wasnt trying to be a punk about it. i was just trying to let everyone that if you read the manual then your experience in the game will be a more enjoyable one, heh kinda like studying. so yeah keep asking questions just prepair alittle. later.

wu

-- i havnet played halo online once, since i got my morrowind, damn there is life out side of halo!! i can see the light!

SkoalMint
06-25-2002, 06:33 AM
Originally posted by Dre


Actually, I guess it could be both in our case :)

An interesting thing that I just learnt is that each of the littles X's on the big map (paper one that came with game) represents a really cool quest.

It's amazing how this site works. I was just scanning the map last night and noticed the little X's. I figured it had to do with a treasure or something, but I didn't have time to research it myself at the time. So I was going to ask, when lo and behold the answer was already here. Thanks much.

-WorldSpawn-
06-26-2002, 09:52 AM
Originally posted by mother
okay so im glad to see that lot of people are getting into the whole rpg thing. but some of the questions that people post could simply be answered in the instruction book that the game came with. i know its longer than your regular game book but hey so is the game.
if you acctually read the manual then youll find that your pretty much set to begin.

anyway, play on!!!!

There is some stuff that isn't elaborated on in the manual though. Like what the hell is the difference between resting and healing when you push the black button?