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 Single Player Port vs. Multiplayer Port.

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E&Troy
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PostSubject: Single Player Port vs. Multiplayer Port.   Thu Apr 04, 2013 11:45 pm

I've played in both, the single player port, as well as the multiplayer. I was just wondering, what are all of the differences? The only ones I can think of is being able to hire hunters from your guild cards list. And the other one is, you can bring both Cha-Cha and Kayamba when you are in the single player port. (I think you can only bring one of them in the multiplayer port, right?) Surely there is something else?


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PostSubject: Re: Single Player Port vs. Multiplayer Port.   Thu Apr 04, 2013 11:52 pm

You can take one of your Shakalakas into the MultiPorts, not sure about Network Mode though, and the Shakalaka only joins you on quests if theres only two human players as far as I know
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PostSubject: Re: Single Player Port vs. Multiplayer Port.   Fri Apr 05, 2013 12:28 am

Yep, in Network Mode, one Shakalaka per hunter can come along. At least with a party of two hunters.

I have yet to see a party of three hunters with one Shakalaka. I haven't tested it, but it might happen if only one hunter has their Shakalaka in Come-Along, and the the other two don't have any Shakalaka in Come-Along. Maybe.

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PostSubject: Re: Single Player Port vs. Multiplayer Port.   Fri Apr 05, 2013 12:31 am

@Atalanta wrote:
Yep, in Network Mode, one Shakalaka per hunter can come along. At least with a party of two hunters.

I have yet to see a party of three hunters with one Shakalaka. I haven't tested it, but it might happen if only one hunter has their Shakalaka in Come-Along, and the the other two don't have any Shakalaka in Come-Along. Maybe.

Yeah, that works.
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PostSubject: Re: Single Player Port vs. Multiplayer Port.   Fri Apr 05, 2013 10:39 am

In multiplayer port, you can also instruct that girl next to the big gong to ring it. Once you do, you become the host for a multiplayer room and other people sitting near you can look you up and go into your room to play.

Offline Multiplayer gives you hunters to higher. The higher your level, the bigger quests they can do. The lower the hunter's level, the lower the chance they will be highly successfull.

Everything else is exactly the same between the 2 ports.
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PostSubject: Re: Single Player Port vs. Multiplayer Port.   Fri Apr 05, 2013 5:24 pm

so the host of the room CAN be changed? instead of forcing everyone to leave when the host is done... i didn't know that :cheers:
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PostSubject: Re: Single Player Port vs. Multiplayer Port.   Fri Apr 05, 2013 7:40 pm

Are the monsters more difficult online than offline?

I thought I saw that Alatreon was offline.... and I had a hard time with him in Tri - unless I had a good group.

He offline online in this version? He easy offline?
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PostSubject: Re: Single Player Port vs. Multiplayer Port.   Tue Apr 09, 2013 3:19 pm

@MHAEL wrote:
Are the monsters more difficult online than offline?

I thought I saw that Alatreon was offline.... and I had a hard time with him in Tri - unless I had a good group.

He offline online in this version? He easy offline?


Moga village is always easier than Tavern. I believe Ala is currently only a village quest and an event will probably add the G rank variant later.

But going from Moga village to ANY port (solo or multi) will result in the fights being harder. Doable, but harder.
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