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Post by Guest on Thu Jun 25, 2009 6:45 pm

Greetings new Grail seekers,

What do I have to do?

The world of the Grail Lords is an unexplored world and you live in it. What you make out of your live in this world depends on you...but as in any other live you must:

* eat every day
* find work in order to buy food

How can I eat?

In your residence you can find meals, there you can choose what to eat. New players will probably mostly eating 'bread'.
If you have no more bread you should go to town / grail monastary and visit the Restaurant/Bistro. There you can find bread and some other kinds of prepared food.

Bread will fill your belly. If you don't eat you will die after a while, meanwhile losing skills because of starvation.

Where can I work?

You can find work in town / Grail Monastary at the LABOURHALL. New players will probably only find work such as:
- harvesting a field
- sowing a field
- working in a workshop, assisting the craftsman.
- working on a ranch, picking up eggs, milking cows, etc.
- working for Town such as breeding animals, constructing structures etc

If you don't find a job right away, return a few hours later, maybe some farmer or rancher has posted a job for you.
You can always work for Grail lords if you cant find a job elsewhere. (remember you wont raise any skills by doing so..)

What are my skills?

There are a lot of skills in TGL. It can be viewed in Character -> Skills
Any type of work you do using stamina increases that specific skill a little.
(Walking around increases walking skill, etc)

As you work you will see that your skills will improve. Meaning that if you harvest crops everyday, you will get better at harvesting each time. Meaning that you will need less stamina in order to do the job... which means that in the long run you earn more and more money, as you specialise in a particular job / skill.

You can gain also personal skills by eating food that is already cooked. But those meals will cost more then a bread.


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Post by Guest on Tue Aug 11, 2009 10:13 am

Is there a world outside the city?

Yes, there is an entire world out there. Just go to your city gate and start 'travelling'.

Be aware that you take along some food if you plan to travel a few days.
(Only bread can be consumed outside city walls)

What can I find outside the city?

If you follow the road, you can find:
- another town / monastary
(you can enter these towns)

- huge forests
(you find herbs here if you are the proud owner of a 'herbbag' and chop wood if you have a 'wood-axe' equipped.)

- mines
(you can mine for iron ore and coal here, if you have a 'pick-axe' equipped.)

- lakes / seas
(You can fish & relax here, if you have a 'fishing rod' equipped)

- ruins
(no function yet.)


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Post by Guest on Tue Aug 11, 2009 8:09 pm

Oc-Tabin wrote:
Is there a world outside the city?

Yes, there is an entire world out there. Just go to your city gate and start 'travelling'.

Be aware that you take along some food if you plan to travel a few days.

What can I find outside the city?

If you follow the road, you can find:
- another town / monastary
(you can enter these towns)

- huge forests
(you find herbs here and chop wood if you have an wood-axe equiped.)

- mines
(you can mine for iron ore and coal here, if you have a pick-axe equiped.)

- ruins
(no function yet.)

Don't forget the herb bag for when you go to collect herbs!

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Post by Guest on Wed Aug 12, 2009 5:22 am

What is the difference between the 'Item Market' & 'Goods Market' ?

Both markets are pretty much the same, except for the goods that you can buy or sell. At the Item market you can sell and buy goods that are produced or manufactured by players. Such as: potions, pick axes, herbbags, ploughs, etc. At the goods market you will only find 'resources' that are needed to produces goods, such as: wood, herbs, iron ore, milk, meat, etc.

In this world the economy isn't as free as we know it IRL, the towns control the prices of resources. Once these goods are processed into finished trade goods they are free to be traded at prices set by the craftsmen or traders.

IMPORTANT: if you are to buy at the "Item market", do make sure you inspect the goods first by clicking the spy-glass next to the product you want. As this item market is free for trade, offered goods could be of a lesser quality or durability.


How do I get followers?

1- You can hire a certain amount of followers at the town gate or at labor hall , mostly those will be mercenaries, labourers... who will stay with you just one day. Once you have hired someone he or she will follow you around everywhere you go. You can't resign them and there is no refund, as you pay the wage instantly when you hire those followers.

2- Followers can join you due to your ingame behaviour, status or skill. E.g.: new players receive Bandalf the Wise, the most popular player receives Althalos the Esquire. There is no way of removing these followers or acquiring them in any other way.


What is the use of Followers?

Aside from just the coolness of having followers, most of them have an effect. Some followers may increase your skills as long as they remain at your side. Others can give you money or certain goods on a daily basis.


So followers always have an positive effect?

No, depending on your actions ingame you may receive followers who may give you a negative effect on your skills, status, honour, money, inventory, etc.


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Post by Guest on Thu Sep 09, 2010 5:05 am

got it,thx

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