As with most games, a lot of the hotkey settings are very similar, this game will not be the case. A lot of the instructions are either on screen too fast and disappear or the instructions are buried somewhere.
I believe you get a brown horse by default in the game or by completing an early quest. I noticed you can buy mounts or earn them through quests. I got this bird mount somehow but I’m not really sure how. Anywho……
To find your mount – It says you need to be by a stable to register them – that wasn’t the case with me. Here’s how I did it.
I opened my inventory bag by pressing “I” on the keyboard.
I clicked under “Consumables” at the top and found a mount card in my inventory. (The mount icon is a horse) I clicked on that and it asked me if I wanted to use this card. I clicked “ok” to this. The card will disappear from your inventory and be added to your stable of mounts. (automatically whether you are near a stable or not)
Down at the bottom of your screen, you will see how many mounts you have active or total.
To call on your mount and ride around on it, you just need to hit “X” on your keyboard. Also, “X” to get off the mount.
To switch out your mount, click the ESC button on your keyboard. Pick Stable from the menu. All the mounts you own will be highlighted. Click on the mount you want to use by default. This puts a little triangle in the corner of the mount picture.
I been checking Steam lately for gaming deals and I have been recommended a shit ton of these games. It says its because I played some nudity game which I think is Conan Exiles. (I swear!) After checking into these games, I realized there is a lot of lonely desperate and horny men out there.
Reading the reviews was actually pretty hilarious. Here are a few of my favorite ones that I read. These are all from Dick, Dine and Dash.
To see quests 1 thru 6: Click here.
7th Quest that you get from Afuara is: Grave Robber’s First Steps.
You will need to go on your horse/camel into the desert where it’s marked on the map.
It’s a good idea to have a compass on you. You can buy compass parts on the marketplace.
You need 3 parts and attach them together to get the compass.
Make sure to have your shovels. How many? That is up to you. If you are new to this quest, I would bring at least 50.
You can find shovels at a materials vendor in Valencia.
Find Afuara’s Flag for the next quest.
The 8th quest: Find a luxurious decorative necklace.
This sounds harder than what it is. I literally only used one shovel and you can see how far away I am from the flag.
Once you find the necklace, drag your happy ass back to Valencia and hand over the necklace to Afuara.
9th Quest: Second Suggestion. Find Zobadi and speak to him. Go back to Afuara. (Because that’s how gossip works)
10th Quest: Zobadi’s Information
You will need to go to a temple just outside of Valencia city.
You talk to this kid and he tells you basically “Z” is a big ass crook and you move on to the next quest.
You jump back on your horse and ride back to Valencia to find that bastard. (because you probably don’t have anything better to do)
Of course, he’s missing. What an ahole!
12th Quest: Tracking Zobadi……because why not.
Right by the sign, is all of Zobadi’s friends. They are all pretty much useless when it comes to information.
Pro Tip Talk to the midget first.
You don’t need the other two friends quest. Just the midget one.
13th Quest: Tracking Missing Zobadi
You are going further out in the desert. Bring your compass and your shovels.
You will find Zobadi playing with rocks in the desert and not even the good kind. Click him for the next quest.
To be continued……
I know many people are having trouble with this questline and since I’m having to re-do it with my season server character; I am going to post it here.
What you will need for this quest line because you will be in the desert: Compass, Shovels, Water, Star Anise Tea (if in the desert at night), horse or camel and your weapons. (At bare minimum)
You obtain this quest thru the Black Spirit and you will need to find “Afuaru” for the first quest: Valencia Grave Robber.
Second quest is relatively simple – Steal a book from the Royal Palace. Quest: Finding Valencia’s Treasures.
Just on your navigation and just go straight to the book.
Third quest: Afuaru’s Hobby’s. He wants you to steal from three people marked on the map. In order to steal, you need to stand behind them and when the circle menu appears, hit F6.
Sometimes, it takes multiple times for you to steal the item you need. If you fail, keep trying.
Bring the items back to Afuaru.
Afuaru being the weirdo he is, now wants you to give those items to 3 other people marked on the map.
Go to each person and hit chat and then go back to Afuaru when you are done.
Quest: Give me first, then we can talk.
Next quest: Now that you can read. Use navigation and go read the book. Coming back to Afuaru.
Quest: Grave of a King. You will need to hop on your horse or camel and go northeast to Valencia castle.
It’s not very far. You will see three guys outside of Valencia Castle. Go inside and follow the long path to where you are underground.
You will see this stone ruin thing in the middle of the room. The circle beside it – go in the middle and use the tool that Afuara gave you.
A strange creature will appear and you will have to kill it. (It’s not hard to kill)
Go all the way back up to the top, get on your horse or camel and go to Valencia and see Afuara again.
To be continued…..
If you are on a season server trying to level up your new character make sure to take a look at this quest. It’s not a black spirit quest but it is one just for the season server people.
You will find it over in the Gahaz Bandit area and you just need to find Rafa to get it.
You need to kill 5000 bandits and your rewards is 300 CP and a choice of 600 time filled black stones, 90 tuvala ore or 40 refined magical black stone.
This is a good quest to try to get more ore or stones for Tuvala gear.
Pro Tip: Since you are planning on killing so many bandits – make sure to visit Marni and get some stones to fill up souls. Every point helps to level up.
Party in my dorm tutorial -What to trade or keep?
Items you cannot give away, trade or even gift:
Pets or Pet Supply Boxes
Hunt collection items (Most)
You can drop the following for other people at their parties but you cannot trade or gift these:
Good items to trade:
What to keep:
This is considered currency in PIMD. It’s good to save all of these. I would only use these when you absoltuely have too.
A lot of people will overprice items and want you to pay in bentos or chibis. I was looking for a certain type of shards and wanted to trade with somebody.
I got so many posts on my wall where people said you can buy these shards for me for “Blank” amount of bentos. You do not need to accept these trades.
There are plenty of people who will trade without bentos or chibis.
People on the game will want to sell their hunt boxes (the ones that are tradeable) for bentos and chibis. Do not buy them. This is a rip off because in order to open these
boxes, you will need pim keys and in order to get pim keys, you need to pay real money and lots of it. If you pay for these using bentos or chibis, you are basically paying twice.
How to get extra hunt boxes?
If you are willingly to pay real money to open these boxes, you can ask in chat if somebody will gift or trade with you for some. There are a lot of people that do not want these boxes and will just gift them to you.
If you go the trade route, I would trade other items that are not bentos or chibis for them.
Good items to gift at Cat or Pizza Bikini parties:
If always expected in most clubs to gift the dropper of the cat or pizza bikini because the cat or bikini can cost real money and you need these items in order for the party to start.
Here’s a list of good gifts: (1 gift is usually acceptable unless otherwise noted)
Chibis (Some people give these – I don’t)
Furniture (Not starter furniture)
Current hunt boxes(Some people don’t want hunt boxes because they don’t have the funds to open them-Check first)
Here’s the bad list:
1 Shard (If you have to give shards – give 5 to 10)
Old hunt boxes
Wallpaper or flooring (This is a dull gift)
If you are on your way to discover Valencia City for the first time, you will probably run into this quest before you get there.
In this quest, you will need to discover Ibellab Oasis that is located in the desert. You will have to find some travelers located right outside of Gahaz Bandits Lair.
(See Map Below)
When you reach these three travelers, be sure you are still on your horse because once you talk to one of them, they take off to Ibellab Oasis. Just “R” to chat to one of them and just follow the one to the Oasis. (You don’t need to chat to all three)
Things you will need when you are in the desert – so prepare before you go:
- Water (Put the water on your hot bar)
- Star Anise Tea (To warm your body up at night)
- Compass (There are 3 parts to a compass – you can buy the parts off the marketplace then put together)
- Some type of ride (Horse or a Camel)
- Shovels (For quests later down the road)
King Griffon knowledge is one of the hardest to get in the game. (I don’t know why) There is an easy way though! There are two quests that require you to have King Griffon knowledge. Those quests are: Revivify Knowledge & Co-Op Head of an Eagle, Body of a lion. Pro tip: Do these quests at the same time. You can get them from an NPC in the middle pond area of Navarn Steppe. (See Map Below) In order to finish Revivify Knowledge quest, you have to obtain all the ecology knowledge in Steppe. Press H (for Knowledge menu) Go to Ecology, Ecology of Kamasylvia and then the first one on top, Steppe of Kamasylvia. You have to discover everything under Steppe. Even if you have collected energy from Steppe ecology knowledge – in order, to finish the Revivify quest, nothing can be a ???.
Obtain all the knowledge under Steppe of Kamasylvia, leaving King Griffon for last. Once, you have everything but King Griffon, go to Milden. (He is located in the middle pond area) Milden will sell you King Griffon knowledge for 10 energy but only after you have the knowledge of everything else.