How much time does resting using one of those things pass? Does it even pass time? After killing something (that's not a carrion eater), how many times do you have to rest at a bench to have it reliably respawn?
I don't really know myself, but apparently it only counts as half a day with resting benches. That's just something I read somewhere. Just leave BBI and rest somewhere in Gransys to respawn the enemies, then ferrystone back to BBI. --- http://tinyurl.com/axm5u2m PSN: SHIN_MEGIDDO_X
#3hakke_shouPosted 6/6/2013 11:19:55 PM
Its super annoying when you want it to be night time to get a strength boost and you cant just rest and get it -__- --- Psn: GothamzChamp Pawn: Maya lvl 200 "Power" Ranger LOL :)
#4Dash X(Topic Creator)Posted 6/7/2013 12:07:50 AM
It's also a bit weird when you rest in the city 'til morning, go to BBI, rest at the bench, ferrystone to the city... AND IT'S STILL DAY?!
THAT'S what I don't understand about the benches. They're really weird. --- PSN: DashXero Dragon's Dogma Main Pawn: Ruth (moniker: Ruby) Fighter, Level 190-something. Challenger/Scather.
#5VokocaPosted 6/7/2013 1:55:13 AM
Speaking of which, is there even a day/night cycle in BBI? Iím using Bloodlust, but Iíve actually never bothered to keep an eye on the stats, if itís really active or not.
#6ElfergosPosted 6/7/2013 5:46:20 AM
I don't think there is a day/night cycle and I'm not sure how the time pass thing works. Time does gradually pass, I've noticed chests respawning while on daimon runs but in order to be sure of respawning the dark bishop for instance I always go back to casardis and rest.
#7ToxicZombiesPosted 6/7/2013 5:50:07 AM
time advances very slower in bb, I'd say even slower than half a day normally. Also it's designed that way to nerf bloodlust or at least make it a nuisance to keep wondering if it's on or not. --- Post Daimon Maps: http://tinyurl.com/mjrodym --- Magic Archer Super Jump: http://tinyurl.com/m4x634p