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  • ben-liam-jacobs - February 22, 2013 7:03 p.m.

    Someone help me i accidently sold my hunt license!
  • NerdyThesp1 - October 14, 2012 10:06 a.m.

    HELP! I've just bought a new and improved Bow from the fella in Gran Soren, but it does not show up as my secondary weapon. My character is a Strider so I assumed that the dagger things would be my primary weapon, and a bow would be my secondary. It is frustrating as it appears in my equipment, but not as my secondary weapon. How do I get the thing attached to my back so I can start shooting big stuff again!!?? Please help somebody!
  • Choku - November 13, 2012 6:12 a.m.

    Press "START", go to "Equipment", go to "Weapons", go to the bow you desire, and pick "Equip".
  • cubanoloko - June 21, 2012 1:43 p.m.

    How do you teleport?
  • cubanoloko - June 21, 2012 6:46 a.m.

    Hey guys, i just started playing drgons dogma, and im totally lost, i dont rlly get the game, i have been rding all the comesnt about the game...one thing, how do you teleport in the game? Can you select what wuesy you wanna do? What should i do as a biginer? Any tips...thnks
  • marshall-williamson - June 19, 2012 2:35 a.m.

    money buy carrots from the short old lady that is in the town you start in.buy as many as you can carry,but keep 200gp for yourself.Then go to the inn close by and stay till morning 3 times.your carrots should say moldy carrots.go back to the old shop keeper lady and sell her the moldy carrots for a good profit and dont dilly dally around or your carrots will become rotten carrots and you will lose money.I started with 1 million gp doing this over and over a few times.good luck
  • rainz420 - May 30, 2012 8:20 a.m.

    On the Golden/Silver Idol quests... (Important shopkeep upgrade) The Golden Idol is a reward given by Symone after finishing the quest "Escort Duty" at Fournival's Manor (in Gran Soren). The prequisite quests are "Land of Opportunity" and "Chasing Shadows" (both in Gran Soren) The Silver Idol is a reward for the quest "Put an Eye Out" off the notice board in Gran Soren. (You kill a Cyclops underneath the Shadow Fort) Go down the hole. You will be able to do the Idol quests for Claxton and Medeline after you complete the Griffin quest at the Bluemoon Tower. Both of these quests are IMPORTANT if you want good gear as early as possible. If you forge the Golden Idol at the Black Cat you can keep the fake one and it gives you a 30% discount with shopkeepers.
  • rainz420 - May 30, 2012 8:19 a.m.

    Here are a few specific tips: On Quests.... First complete the Hydra quest to get to Gran Soren. Second complete the Mines quest, clearing out the mines near Gran Soren. (This will link two parts of the map together, open trade giving you acsess to better gear and give you a place to mine for materials). Third complete the Notice Board quests that reward 50,000 gold: like killing snakes, rabbits etc..(after a few of those you'll have enough money to buy from the mines merchant). >Resting at an Inn will respawn animals and most small monsters< On Classes and Discipline Points... Remember: Only Mages can heal... (Sorc. cannot) Focus on one class at a time untill you've maxed the rank (it will open up all the skills and you can switch back to a maxed class when you need to) The best ways I've found to earn Discipline Points are.. Killing large Beasts, Fighting away from the road at night.. and of course Quests. (dont underestimate fighting at night). Use skills that move or knock enemies down (it will change battles) If your facing a Large Beast.. Climb it! You'll finish the fight alot faster. On Storage and Items... Put everything in storage besides... Curatives, a Lantern and Oil. Combine the items you have in storage (you are probly holding some useful stuff) Harspud Juice + Large Nut = Balmy Perfume Harspud Sauce + Large Nut = Balmy Incense Etc.. (These are important because you cant make your pawns drink health potions and Balmys heal your entire party. Eventually your pawns will be at half health, perma damage, and these will make the difference) Random... Turn off Pawn subtitles, they just crowd the screen. Cheers
  • howard-malone - May 27, 2012 10:45 p.m.

    also take a pick axe with you to the mine in the quarry there is a ton of spots to mine ore and gold
  • howard-malone - May 27, 2012 10:36 p.m.

    buy a bunch of empty flasks i bought 170 of them get to a healing spring and fill them all up. The water sells for 80 gold a piece but the water from one flask heals your entire party i know there is one healing spring at the north western portion of the map
  • lazer59882 - May 26, 2012 2 a.m.

    it's also CASSARDIS. CASSARDIS. not "Casadeis". i've no idea what the fuck a "Casadeis" is. ...get my drift?
  • Rain0123 - November 13, 2013 9:53 a.m.

    Lol... this got a chuckle out of me
  • lazer59882 - May 26, 2012 1:58 a.m.

    STRIDER. striDer. as in Strider from Lord of the Rings. not "Striker". i've no idea what the fuck a "Striker" is.
  • Rain0123 - November 13, 2013 10:05 a.m.

    If u ever come back here, add me. PS3: HuckinFilarious and XBOX: Murcalicious XO
  • LtMorgan - May 23, 2012 10:32 p.m.

    Having played both, if your debating between Dragon's Dogma and Kingdoms of Amalur, my vote has to go to Dragon's of Dogma. The fighting mechanics and the pawn group dynamic adds a whole new dimension to RPGs. I am having a blast.
  • patbateman17 - May 23, 2012 11:20 a.m.

    I imagine someone will ask, what gameplay aspect matters more, but I'll ask anyway: Can I get opinions on what game to pick up, this or Kingdoms of Amalur? I'm currently loving Dark Souls but can in no way play through to the end without playing other games in the middle :) Thanks in advance!
  • inkyspot - May 23, 2012 6:59 a.m.

    Okay, I walked off the beaten path, not I am stuck in this dungeon with some crazy baddies (apparently beyond my skill level), but I have to kill them. My character is a melee guy so I have to go in, and I only have one guy with me. Love the game though. Hopefully this guide can help me in some way.
  • GR Alex Roth - May 23, 2012 9:23 a.m.

    Retreat. I recommend you retreat. If you're locked in, there might be a switch somewhere that will open the gate. Or perhaps you could load checkpoint?
  • dragoshi1 - May 22, 2012 7:33 p.m.

    I totally ran out of money by the time I got to Gran Soren! Spent it on new equipment for my brand new assassin vocation and my pawn's sorcerer vocation. Only have around 2,000 gold, so I've been roaming the world for loot to sell.
  • marshall-williamson - June 18, 2012 5:47 a.m.

    In your main town where you start the game,buy as many carrots as you can carry.make sure you keep atleast 200gp.just in case.then go to the inn up the street stay 3 days until your carrots say" moldy carrots",then go back to the shop you bought carrots from and sell them for a good profit and keep doing this.you will bank.be careful dont do anything in betwwen,if you wait to long your carrots will be rotten and you will lose money.good luck and I started my first quest with 1 million gp by doing this step.

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