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  • silacoid
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    I played at Pathfinder, and it worked well for most of the game, but the visibility is very inconsistent. Some items and discoveries are visible across half the map, while others are not marked even if you walk right next to them and scan the whole area with your raven.

    When I had most of them done, and had scanned the whole of England over and over for many many hours without finding anything at all, I gave up and changed exploration to default, at which point all of the remaining ones popped up.
    The ones undetectable were (obscured a bit to avoid spoilers):

    • The henge with the letter signed by Brendan of Clonfert
    • The gold in Kingley Hideout
    • The curse east of Guildford
    • Aelfred's Battle Cattle
    • Santlache Mine
    • Saint Leonard's Altar
    • High Rocks
    • curse symbol west of Cavern of Trials
    • Oxenfordshire anomaly
    • curse symbol south of Buckingham
    • curse symbol east of Thaerelca Ruins
    • Sciropescire anomaly
    • Mycel Fold
    • Cosintun
    • Cernewood cairn
    • The two wealths north of Sudwella Monestary
    • Roman articact in central Lincolnshire
    • Lincolnshire anomaly
    • first cultist curse
    • the blood swine
    • the Eurvicscire anomaly
    • The carne west of Eiccans Cave


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