Get details below.
In “Deep in Abyss” mode, players will challenge Abyss as a new Cave Raider. While enjoying a prequel of the original story through the main quests, collect relics and complete various quests to earn rewards like money and experience to develop your character. As you gain experience, Cave Raider’s level will increase and players will be able to challenge deeper levels of the Abyss.
Preparing for the Raid / Orth . Town
In the town of Orth, the base of the Cave Raiders, prepare to challenge the Abyss by going on quests and purchasing the essentials for your raid. As a “Red Whistle” practitioner, you will mostly get your quests from Jiruo at the Belchero Orphanage, but as your Whistle level increases, the number of quests you can get will also increase. Orth Town has the following facilities.
- Guild HQ – This is the headquarters of the organization that provides work for Cave Raiders. Can accept many different tasks.
- Supply shop – A shop that sells items needed for a cave raid. In addition to hoes, clothes and consumables are also sold here.
- Appraisal of relics – A shop that appraises and buys relics brought back from The Abyss. Get money and experience here.
- Laffi’s shop – A spice shop run by Hablog’s wife Laffi. Buy food and spices here.
Raiding the Abyss
The main objectives in Abyss are the main quests in which an origin story unfolds, guild quests accepted at the Guild HQ, and the collection of relics. The main character has three attributes: “fitness”, “fullness” and “endurance”. Both fullness and stamina decrease with use
In addition to the three states above, the player must consider many other factors when raiding the Abyss, including the surroundings, the main character’s health, the amount of food remaining, the durability of the tools, and the weight of the objects. private. Players must pay attention to these factors and act appropriately, whether deciding to proceed with the raid, return to the surface, and sometimes even what to bring back.
—Too much testing will greatly reduce movement speed and consume mining or attacking abilities.
After reaching the target in the Abyss, the Raider must return to the surface. However, the deeper the Raider descends, the more intense the effects of “The Curse of the Abyss”, the physical and mental burdens, become more intense as they return to the surface. Raiders may experience vomiting, feel significantly reduced satiety, or vomit blood from the body resulting in decreased satiety and stamina. In addition to “The Curse of the Abyss”, they may be attacked by creatures, the terrain may have changed, or features present on the way down may not be present on the way back, forcing them to find a Another way to go back.