Cannot find training area

Cannot find training area

Postby stephi0003 » Sat Mar 24, 2018 7:41 am

Hi all, i am new, i was reading the guide for beginners which suggested to learn mutant powers. I got one from Komodo Dragon and it was suggested too mastering it. But I can't find the training area to master it. I go to Zephyr Lobby where i find Larissa, but if I type "train" "training area" without quotations, nothing happens.
Can anyone suggest me?
Thank you!
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Re: Cannot find training area

Postby barian » Sun Mar 25, 2018 6:37 am

Which guide are you reading? Can you link it to me?
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Re: Cannot find training area

Postby stephi0003 » Mon Mar 26, 2018 1:41 am

barian wrote:Which guide are you reading? Can you link it to me?

http://wiki.flexiblesurvival.com/w/Newbie_Guide_2017
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Re: Cannot find training area

Postby Wahn » Mon Mar 26, 2018 10:15 am

^^ That is a guide for the FS Multiplayer. It won't be of much use to you if you play the FS Singleplayer game.
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Re: Cannot find training area

Postby barian » Mon Mar 26, 2018 10:48 am

lol got there before me. All the single player wiki stuff http://wiki.flexiblesurvival.com/w/Main_Page#Flexible_Survival:_Single-Player
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Re: Cannot find training area

Postby stephi0003 » Mon Mar 26, 2018 12:54 pm

Thank you guys, i did not notice it was only for Multiplayer one! So there is no way to master Mutant Powers in single-player, is it right?
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Re: Cannot find training area

Postby dark » Wed Mar 28, 2018 12:42 pm

Combat in single player and multiplayer is entirely different.
In single player its more like dungeons and dragons or a standard role playing game where you equip a weapon, and armour, learn combat fiets, level up gain hp and engage in a turn based combat with dice.

In multiplayer its more like a collectable card game where you fight mutants and then take on their powers to make yourself stronger, like building a deck through many different cards.

Both games are great, and highly worth playing although imho Single player could do with a few more combat options to make fights more interesting.

Generally single player is more about the npcs and their stories and how you manage to survive, while multiplayer is more about the combat and the crafting and roleplaying with others, though manifestly it also has some quests too.

I'd recommend both games.
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