also how do you get more artisians? i cannot make any recipes because they require more artisians
#2JediBoB101Posted 10/31/2012 3:44:53 PM
Bump I need to know too, just tells me clue is invalid --- GT: Thunderbird718 Proud 3DS owner as well
#3JediBoB101Posted 10/31/2012 4:04:10 PM
Seriously does anyone know? --- GT: Thunderbird718 Proud 3DS owner as well
#4TKJassassinPosted 10/31/2012 4:11:56 PM
just hold the LT on them, should then say civilian info added...
#5Dark_Sora_761Posted 10/31/2012 4:20:26 PM
It took me a while to figure it out but you have to hold LT and look at them until it tells you the target is either invaild or it accepts them and is added to your mission's checklist. Also to gain more artisans for your homestead you need to do homestead missions, these missions should show up in the cities, the Frontier, and the Davenport Homestead. I started to do all of the Homestead missions by Sequence 11, so I'm not sure if you need to continue with a story mission to unlock more Homestead missions. --- Demos are like conjugal visits. They give you a taste and then snatch it away, leaving you wanting more. - Ethan, CtrlAltDel
#6TooL1915Posted 11/1/2012 8:23:11 PM
Every time I scan the lumberers it says that they're invalid. Is this a glitch? --- Remember ---- Be proactive never reactive
#7SunricerPosted 11/1/2012 8:33:49 PM
You need to scan them DOING something, for example, lumber workers examining a stockpile of wood. It needs to be part of their work, just aim at them when they are doing that and it will count. You'll need to see all 3 of their actions for it to be completed.
A better example would be the wood carpenter examining a chair he's made.
Took me a while to figure out, but you're not scanning the people, you're scanning the activities they do.
#8TooL1915Posted 11/1/2012 9:08:05 PM
I've tried scanning them fishing, picking flowers, washing clothes, etc. It always says invalid target. --- Remember ---- Be proactive never reactive
#9SunricerPosted 11/1/2012 9:17:39 PM
Those obviously doesn't count. It needs to be related to their profession.
#10TooL1915Posted 11/1/2012 9:21:06 PM
Geez...goofy me! Thank you for the help! --- Remember ---- Be proactive never reactive