Sims, The - Medieval Discussion
Trainer Tools and Resources
And I looked for an FAQ using google and was unable to find one.
I don't understand why my asking quetions of my fellow members at CheatHappens is a problem. I mean if people want to they can either answer my question or not.
I don't mean to annoy anyone by asking questions and I thought part of why we had a forum at CheatHappens was so members could help one another out.
Now if you asked questions like -
How to find this herb or ore?
How do you find the stuff to make that big sword?
How do you kill such and such monster/animal?
Where do I buy this item?
And so forth, then it is not much of a problem.
But when you ask things that is basic game controls etc which can be explained either in the manual (and yes it is in the manual) and/or through the first world tutorials, then yeah it is a bit annoying.
It is if you can't be bothered to learn or read information that has been provided to you through different mediums like the manual or on screen tutorials.
To be honest it is if you are asking people to play the game for you. Just sit back relax and think about the questions you post, even a small 5 minute think session may infact bring the answer to you...
Failing that... press the (...) button bottom left and use the tutorial there - its pretty easy to figure out.
Some of the things I have asked such as how to do some thing to satify quest goals are not covered in the tutorial.
Also yes you are better of looking for a walk through. I have found it rather easy so far.
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