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I had several items in my prospectors backpack, weapons, armor meals, ect. Signed out of the game while I was in the new land Abrassar, and the time before in Chessnee so it's happened TWO TIMES now, came back and GONE! Poof!! No armor, weapons, foods where's my my stuff and my character is Naked! Except for a hat and boots!
Glitch needs to fixed this in the new DLC expansion system for the PS4.
In a purchasable house, you can find an item called “Bread of the Wild.” This bread is a reference to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
It is possible to get a pet crescent shark from any point after the start of the game, as long as the time of day is between 15:50 and 16:00. Once you have the shark, it will float through the air behind you and follow you. This pet was added as a special reward for solving an out-of-game puzzle, and fans worked together on Discord to figure out the puzzle and locate the pet shark.
However, if you don’t want to solve the puzzle, you can use the video guide below to find out how to get the shark right away.
It is possible to get a costume set called Merton’s Bones that gives you the appearance of a skeleton. The pieces of this set are Merton’s Ribcage, Merton’s Shinbones, and Merton’s Skull. Merton also has a weapon in the game, Merton’s Firepoker. Whether or not this is a specific reference to something or just a fun costume is unclear at this point.
The Giant Iron Key weapon lets you wield a large key as a sword. This might be a reference to the Keyblades from Kingdom Hearts.
If you name your character Code Sonic, your options menu will include the “Super Speed” option that lets you sprint super-fast and also changes your sprinting animation into a roll like Sonic the Hedgehog’s.
This was originally revealed as part of a puzzle, with a code fans deciphered to get instructions about asking the developers about Code Sonic.
The compass puzzle was a long, complex puzzle and the final puzzle given to the community to solve. After being directed to the logo as a clue, which led to the compass idea, fans worked together for months to figure out the puzzle. By solving the puzzles, you will reach a secret room that includes loot and a dancing NPC who was originally a story quest NPC used as a tool during the game’s development.
The runes used in the game are a full runic alphabet that translate to words often in French, but occasionally in English.
You begin the game with four basic skills: push/kick, fire/reload, dagger slash, and throw lantern. You can unlock additional skills by completing quests, buying skills from Trainers, and learning skills from Teachers.
Tier 1 skills are unrestricted. Tier 2 skills, however, are Breakthrough skills, which require you to spend a Breakthrough Point to learn. You have 3 total Breakthrough Points.
Learning a Breakthrough skill unlocks that skill tree’s Tier 3.
The available Teachers are:
The available Trainers are:
There are no manual saves. Regular auto-saves ensure you will need to accept the consequences of your decisions. There are no traditional game over situations, either. Instead, being defeated leads to a Defeat Scenario—a scenario where you will regain consciousness in a certain situation, which can range from being helped by a friendly NPC to being captured by enemy NPCs.
However, if you are playing in Hardcore Mode, there is a 20% chance that your defeat will result in a permanent death rather than a defeat scenario.
When you create a new character, you can select “Legacy” on the character creation screen to inherit items from a previous character. To set up a Legacy, the first character must deposit items into the Legacy Chests located in the game. There are four Legacy Chests:
Each can hold one item, allowing the second character to inherit up to four Legacy items. The new character must travel to each chest to get the item from inside of it. Removing the items won’t remove them from the first character’s game, and the first character making changes won’t remove them from the Legacy character’s game either.
Certain items will be upgraded when obtained through a Legacy, giving an advantage to using the Legacy Chests: