Landmark trees and where do i find money
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so i found the landmark tree in the field in Lothering and was wondering what i am supposed to do here. the only thing i have noticed is that if i click A to "talk" to my dog and ask him if he has found anything interesting like 30% of the time he will bring me some useless junk, like a ball of yarn which i just gave back to him as a gift since he had drooled all over it
also, are there any hot spots where i can rake in the cash fast? i feel like i am constantly broke..i mean, i have like 13 gold, 80 silver, and 60 bronze (somthing like that) but everything cool costs that much or more
also, what exactly is a "sovereign"? i gave 5 away to some lady in the chantry building in Lothering and i feel like it was a mistake since this lady didnt do squat for me
thanks in advance!
...A sovereign is a gold piece. ._.
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I agree, I'm having money problems too. :( i'm about the same part as you in the game. I want teh gold!!
Fortune and glory kid, fortune and glory
omg i gave that stupid woman 5 of my precious golds and she didnt give me anything? okay, next time the chantry needs me they are out of luck
At the landmark trees, switch to control your dog, and examine it. He'll piss on it and get some sort of buff, lol.
sweet, thanks, i am just outside of lothering at that camp so perhaps i can backtrack real fast and piss on the tree, i didnt realize when i swithced to the dog i could interact with stuff, fun fun
you mean those landmark thingys are for your dog?! rofl
"Tell me what you eat, and I'll tell you what you are."
whats wrong with that? my dog is my favorite character, i like him more than my main character..besides, it is quite obvious that those landmark thingys are for the dog, it pretty much says so when you get near it, i just wasnt sure how to activate it
When your dog marks a landmark as he territory he gets a "substantial increase in confidence and stature within his territory, a trait that indirectly benefits master as well as hound." Quoted from the games codex.
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