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  • pellepennan
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    So I've lost about 25 hours of game play, including all game ending stuff*. This is because 1.1 broke the game, to wit:

    • Nerfed down to basic number of arrows, while quiver is shown as fully upgraded
    • The three icons that show up on the outer edges of the skill tree are gone Oh and BTW, there where three other icons that were blanked out as well, when they first showed up
    • In addition to that, two yule quests are bugged: Mead and Cows show location marker for completion way across the map. Incidentally, they are both in the same - wrong - location.


    Apart from that, The photo 'feature' (scare quotes on purpose) has made me spend most of about 200 hours offline, because you decided that - unlike the two previous - I shouldn't be able to turn off other player photos, which means they are cluttering up the map.
    I will now stay offline until a see an announcement that the bugs are fixed.

    Another gripe, while I'm at it: In Origins, some bright person thought that yellow map markers where a great idea against and brown/yellow/orange map.
    This was thankfully corrected in Odyssey. But that same marauder now seems to be back with the equally stunning idea to place faint white map markers, against a map that is mostly white/grey.

    ETA: I just logged in to get a message that Yule Festival will end in 48 hrs. 😵

    *Highest level zealots, legendary animals and a lot of general 'house cleaning' I've postponed. Ive also had to go back, meaning losing 17 skill points, and about 30 master points.

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