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Arabella and the Soltown Bank

Discussion in 'Quests, Conversations, & NPC's' started by Bedawyn, Jun 30, 2019.

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  1. Bedawyn

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    06/30/2019 22:42
    Title: Arabella and the Soltown Bank
    Reproduction Rate: 100%
    Blocker? No
    Details:

    The first time a new character walks past the Soltown Inn, you get a center-screen message telling you that this place looks like the bank that Arabella mentioned. After entering the building, you get a similar message saying something like "this looks like the banker Arabella mentioned."

    The problem?

    (1) The building doesn't look anything like a bank and is in fact clearly marked as an inn. It doesn't help new players learn to recognize the banking symbol, which is nowhere to be found here.

    (2) New players will now have never met Arabella, unless they just happened to already talk to the unidentified woman sitting around outside, and since Soltown is crawling with NPCs, there's no reason they should do that before coming near the building.

    (3) Even when new players were meeting Arabella on the Isle of Storms, she still never said one word about banking!

    Steps to Reproduce: Create a new character, go to Soltown, visit the inn

    User Specs:
    OS: Windows 10 (10.0.0) 64bit
    CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM) i3-8130U CPU @ 2.20GHz (4) System RAM: 8089
    GPU: Intel(R) UHD Graphics 620 GPU RAM: 2150
    SotA.Win.64.1002.Date.06.28.19
    Area: Novia_R1_City_Soltown
    Area Display Name: Soltown
    Loc: (-25.6, 26.8, 24.0)
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  2. Sannio

    Sannio Lead Quest and Level Designer Moderator SOTA Developer

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    Thanks for the report! Issue #65176