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Name of the file: Quest Together Cheat Codes - Author: DAV - [PC]

Quest Together Cheat Codes

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Submitted by: David K.

A Start in A New World:
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Written by Kane The Pork

This is a guide for new players that are just starting out. Here you will
find out what to do, what are good goals to set, and what to avoid as a
new player to this awesome game.

-=Creation of A Hero=-
Like any good fantasy RPG personalization is a must in today's day and age.
Quest Together is no different with a solid creation mechanic of to a good
start. Keep in mind that this is a brand new game which is quite bare bones
in a lot of aspects including only allowing you to choose to be a human race.
Putting that aside you are free to choose from a few different options to
make your character unique.

These choices include gender, skin tone, face shape, hair style, hair color,
and eye color (among others). If I have to be honest your eye color has to
be the most important because it will determine the color of an armor we
will discuss later in this guide.

Personally I have decided to halfheartedly roll play a Witcher (specifically
the Court Witcher where you can find my in the royal room with the king if
you want to play together). Due to the game being so early with it's
development you can easily roleplay with friends. The choices are endless
when it comes to customization.

-=Dropped In An Unknown World=-
When you load into the game you will be met by a sparsely wooded forest and
many cute pink slimes just wondering about. Before you move lets explain
what you have started out with. Two items will be on your person. One will
be your bag on your hip. This is where you will store any and all items you
can collect while out on an adventure. The second item will be a skinning
knife on the back of your hip. To answer your question yes, this knife will
do damage and no, it is not a good starting weapon to use against slimes.
The skinning knife is considered a "weapon" so holding it will technically
put your character into a "combat mode" but the only real use for it is to
collect monster drops.

One more bit of advice before you get lost among the trees and happy faced
blobs. DON'T FORGET TO ADJUST YOUR SETTINGS TO YOUR LIKING! I can't stress
this enough. Particularly make sure the dodging mechanic is set to button
instead of head. I will explain later as to why it is the better setting to
use.

Now that we have adjusting the settings and we know what we have just follow
the road until you get to the town. Don't worry about the slimes. They are a
neutral mob and won't attack unless provoked. Once you reach the town just
talk to the two guards and they will instruct to go into town and see the
king of the guild. Once in the town there will be a female NPC to your right
in a few feet. You can speak to her if you want but most of what she says is
currently false. The reason I say currently is because she is speaking of
future updates that have not arrived. At this point you are free to explore
the first part of town but it is all empty. The best route is to just advance
forward to the next part of the city until you get to the angel statue. This
is where your true adventure begins.

-=Goals (Equipment) to Obtain=-
To sum up the current gist of this game it is like Sword Art Online or Monster
Hunter. In turn you can get better equipment to take on stronger monsters/
mobs. Right now your main goal is to get the best gear you can. A good
secondary goal is to collect the most resources you can in preparation for
future updates. To do this I will explain what equipment is the best and what
is trash.

When you come to the angel statue there will be two NPCs. A general shop
keeper on the left and a weapon smith on your right. The general shop keeper
sells basic equipment, different simple shirts, pickaxes, bug nets, and
health potions. Buy a pickaxe only. This will come in handy in later adventures.
The weapon smith on your right will give you a preview into what you can get
to become better and fight harder monsters. This guy won't be the only place
to get the weapons he has but if you end up having a surplus amount of money
later on he can be an easy way to obtain these weapons. Speaking of weapons
let's discuss the different pieces you will encounter.

First off it hurts me to say this since I like to play a "tank" type characters
in most RPGs but the shields are broken. A friend of mine and I entered into
the PvP area to do some testing of equipment to confirm some suspicions. We
first thought that the shield was not working as expected. For example I first
tested the shield with a slime and it only worked about 15% - 20% of the time.
That was only when it was not getting in the way of my sword. When tested we
found the problem is either one of three things. Either the hit box for the
shield is smaller then the actual size of the shield, there is some sort of
deflection mechanic that renders the use of a shield difficult to use, or
both. all in all don't was the weapon slot on a shield.

The armor goal (currently) is an armor set called Bullton armor. This set
has two important attributes. First it will bump up your armor rating by 118
points and second the color of the armor is based on the color of your eyes.
For example, my eyes are yellowish-gold so in turn my armor happens to be
gold. Now onto the weapons.

Currently the two best weapons to use in PvE are the Long Greatsword and
the Giant Hammer. The Greatsword has a good reach to it while also having
the ability use it in a defensive manner as well (though it must be noted
that we did not test the defensive capabilities). The Giant Hammer is exactly
as it sounds. You swing a giant hammer. Think of Thor's Hammer and roleplaying
as the God of Thunder. Both of these weapons are two handed weapons so using
them as one handed are especially tough but not completely impossible.
Especially using the Giant Hammer as a one handed weapon produces a hilarious
result of swinging it around with one hand looking like Thor about to fly off
but smashing everything in your immediate area. Keep in mind you won't be
able to purchase either of these weapons before entering the castle and
performing some adventures due to the lack of money you will spawn with.
Now to the castle with you! A future of being a hero awaits.

-=Combat Is a Fickle Thing=-
Combat is easily to learn if you are will to put in the time. Each monster
has certain moves, there are different weapons to use, and combat mechanics
will all factor into how you keep the kingdom monster free. I will give you
help as to how you can learn the techniques but it will be on you to master
them.

Since we mostly covered what weapons are the best and what is trash I will
only have to mention a simple trick I found using sword. This mechanic does
work with a shield to create a shield bash but as previously stated we don't
use shields. Now I have to say I don't know or haven't found a name for this
but we will just call it Critical Rage. To activate Critical Rage you will
have to hold down the top trigger of the weapon you are holding. Your weapon
will glow red (hence the "Rage" part) and it looks like it will give you more
of a chance to deal more devastating blows (critical attacks). I only really
use melee weapons right now so I'm not sure if it works on the bow.

The next mechanic I find useful is Dodge. If you kept your dodge setting to
"head" then to activate it you must physically weave your head in the direction
you wish to dodge. Basically you will look like you are bobbing and weaving in
a boxing match to anyone in the room. If you changed the setting to "button"
then you can use the same button that you jump with to dodge. Dodge will only
be able to be used if you are in "combat mode" (holding a weapon; ex. skinning
knife, sword, shield, bow, etc).

Lastly is studying the movements and how each monster fights. There are currently
two different types of monsters. You have a common version (ex. a regular slime)
and what I like to call the Alpha version (ex. large slimes). Now let's take
two different monsters and compare them against each other. The two example we
will use are an Alpha Slime and a regular boar. Now of coarse Alphas always will
have way more health compared to a regular mob and the Alpha Slime is no
different. Boars though have more mobility. Both Slimes and Alpha Slimes have
low to no mobility. The Alpha Slime won't chase you while you run around it
slashing away but it will try to face you as it attacks. The boars only the
other hand will chase you even if you only back up a foot or so. The Alpha Slime
can continually attack you without rest while the boar can get two attacks in
before needing to rest then dropping down to only one attack at a time.
Observing these key differences and patterns about monsters will help you become
the best destroyer of monsters the kingdom has ever seen. Combine all these
combat techniques an not a single monster will stand in your way!

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