Guide on Steam

Train a little vampire to restore her power as she chomps her way through the town!
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Franka
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Guide on Steam

#1 Post by Franka » Wed Sep 08, 2021 12:24 pm

Long time, no Franka.

I didn't qualify for the beta this time around, so I figured stuff out by opening the script and roaming through the insides of cute vampires. That ended up as a guide, which can be found on Steam and covers most of the game as it currently stands.

https://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/ ... 2596126253

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Re: Guide on Steam

#2 Post by Karlminion » Mon Nov 01, 2021 5:52 am

I'm a bit confused on the Withdrawal ending. It says just one stat at 150 or higher, but what does the next bit mean, the part about "less than 220 points of any combination"? This is going over my head for some reason, can you break it down?

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Re: Guide on Steam

#3 Post by Franka » Mon Nov 01, 2021 8:36 am

Karlminion wrote:
Mon Nov 01, 2021 5:52 am
I'm a bit confused on the Withdrawal ending. It says just one stat at 150 or higher, but what does the next bit mean, the part about "less than 220 points of any combination"? This is going over my head for some reason, can you break it down?
It means that no combination of stats that qualify for a specific ending can add up to 220 or more. Fx. if you have 150 Occult and also 100 History, you would have a combined score of 250 points towards the Vampire Disciple ending. Should that be your highest combination of ending related stats, you would get Vampire Disciple, because 250 > 220. If however, you had 150 Occult and 50 History, your combined score would be 200. If you had no other combinations of stats leading to endings (and the butler resentment stat was less than 50), you would get the Withdrawal ending, because 200 < 220.

The most realistic way of qualifying for this ending involves using Alchemy to keep your stats low, which is why I use Occult as the example.

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