User manual GAMES PC FATE

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[. . . ] You may not de-compile, reverse engineer, or disassemble this game except to the extent and for the express purposes authorized by applicable law notwithstanding this limitation. Title, ownership and intellectual property rights, including any patent rights, in and to game shall remain in WildTangent and/or its licensors or suppliers. The game is protected by the copyright laws of the United States and international copyright treaties. You may not modify this game or create derivative works based upon this game. [. . . ] To choose "Yes" left-click on the command and a box containing the merchant's wares will open on the left side of the screen while a box featuring your inventory will open on the right side. To buy an item, place the cursor on the object that you want to buy and you'll see the name of the item and short description. Leftclick on the item and if you have enough gold and the room to keep it, you can place it in your own inventory to purchase it. To purchase or sell items very quickly, hold the Shift key on your keyboard while left-clicking on the items that you want to exchange for a quick transaction. Highlighted Wares Items highlighted in red boxes cost more than the gold you currently have in your inventory and are unavailable for purchase. Items highlighted in purple are magical, and have 1-2 magical properties. Items highlighted in teal are rare, and can have up to 8 magical properties. Items highlighted in yellow are Artifacts, and have a special combination of magical properties and damage ratings different from all other weapons. Artifacts are very rare and special items. A Sales Pitch Each time your hover your gloved cursor over a merchant's inventory, you'll see the price and name of the item, plus any combat statistics if the item is a weapon or armor. If the requirement near the bottom of the description is highlighted with a red band, you won't be able to use the item, armor or weapon when you buy it. If the requirement is highlighted in a green band, you can equip and use the ware immediately after you spend your gold. Shop and Compare It's always important to review the complete descriptions for every item before making a new purchase. If you're considering upgrading your weapon or armor, compare the attack damage and defense numbers with the equipment currently equipped before you spend. Selling Your Finds The process for selling items to a merchant is almost identical to buying except the click and drag procedure is reversed: Left-click your mouse button on the item that you want to sell and drag it over to the merchant's box. As you click on the item, you'll see the price that the merchant is willing to pay. 15 All town and traveling merchants rely on a considerable profit to stay in business, so don't be surprised if they try to resell the item to you at a much higher price than what they paid you. Identify for Profit If you want a fair price for selling a magical item, it's important to identify it with a scroll or spell before you make the sale. A merchant will buy unidentified items from you, but only for the same price as a non-magical item. Selling unidentified wares is a highly unprofitable way to do business as an adventurer. Changing Inventories Merchants constantly change their wares each time you enter the dungeon. Even if you have nothing to sell or don't think that you require additional purchases, stop in and check out the local wares and you might find a valuable surprise or two in stock. Some merchants also modify their inventories to sell you items slightly above or below your character's attribute points. If you see a rare and powerful sword that you can afford but your character needs a few more strength points to wield it, consider buying and leaving the sword in your stash until you gain enough strength points. With so many countless treasures in FATE, some buying opportunities only come along once in a character's lifetime. Send Your Pet to Market You order your pet to sell their inventory by holding the Shift key on your keyboard while clicking the left mouse button with the gloved cursor on your pet. It's important to remember that your pet will sell items for the best possible price IF you identify everything in your pet's inventory first. Gambling Life might be a gamble, but Zim's high-stakes game in Grove is certainly easier on your life points than fighting in the dungeon. If you're willing to part with some gold, you can take a chance on buying the magical arms and armor in his inventory, but you won't know what you have bought until you pay for it. Look for Zim in front of the building down and to the left of Grove's fountain. Click your mouse on Zim to review his gambling game inventory, then you're on your own for making the right choice. [. . . ] Just remember that some monsters recognize summoning spells and intentionally attack you first. Ranked Monsters Similar to items, Monsters also appear as Ranked Monsters later in the game. These Elite and Legendary versions of monsters are considerably more powerful than their garden variety counterparts, and can be exceptionally difficult to defeat. 30 Retirement Once you have completed the quest that was given to you at the start of the game, you should return and speak to Bremen in Grove. He will reward you for your achievement, and afterward, will provide you with an option to retire. Note that retirement is not a requirement, but there are unique advantages to doing so. [. . . ]


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