A player gave a new alt of mine a loaf of bread. It was very helpful as a level 5-6 player to fight monsters as every 10 seconds it gave me hp and I didn't get hurt as long as it lasted. 100 hp won't mean much to most players but it could be a big help for low players. The advantage over standard hp potions is it heals automatically for a duration. I personally won't farm as I am too high for it to help, but next time I make another alt I might, or as a way to help other new players who wander by. As long as it isn't mandatory to farm I can't see how it is harmful. The patches of wheat you can walk through so there isn't any hindrance to travel. I also think it's humorous to see players chasing rabbits trying to hit them! I haven't really tested the effects of meat...but again it isn't mandatory. Much of the game is about choices that fit our playing style, all these are more choices not requirements. I personally don't understand the animosity over these changes. Digging is gross! But if you've dug in the big graveyard you can get a 100k a hit orc ghost to appear and have a fight too! Again it isn't a requirement..just an option that may appeal to some players. Not picking a fight but I fall back on my motto changes should be good for all players. Digging is available to everyone regardless of level. Farming and hunting are primarily for the lower levels but anyone making an alt or having a friend who is low can help them. I think we forget this game is still rated as Everyone...that means different things will be received better by some and nixed by others.LostKnight wrote: ↑Mon May 30, 2022 1:14 am I have stopped digging graves, 2K items or not. If I wanted to dig I'd download a digging game.
- Dig Out! Gold Digger Adventure or Ground Digger come to mind. My wife played those.
I will not buy a sythe and seeds and plant to make bread.
- If I wanted a farming game I'd download one. I am sure there are a few.
Where is the game going?
Just these suggestions to content writers, why not incorporate an NPC somewhere where like Kulgan tutorial you can learn to grow wheat and get a scythe? They are 5000 gold and might be a stretch to buy. And perhaps have an ogre needing meat for a rabbit stew and you must help him. In both of these brief interactions it could be told the exact benefits cooked meat and bread will provide and how it will aid the player. I personally think it would be beneficial if new content has an in game explanation and not be left to word of mouth or only to forum users to discover.