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How does this work with MP?


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spleen1015

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I haven't logged into an Agrarian Skies MP map to check, but I am curious how this map works on a MP server.

 

Does everyone use the same house, stuff, questline, etc?

 

Does everyone have their own house and questline?



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It depends how you want to play it. The multiplayer map comes with 8 separate islands, as well as an item for OPs to generate new islands. If you're playing with a friend, you can go to the same island and work on things together, otherwise you can have an island to yourself.

 

If you play with someone, the quest book has the option to form a Party. When someone in your party completes a quest, that quest is completed for everyone in your party. For the rewards, the party leader gets to decide if everyone in the party can claim the reward for a quest, if each reward can be claimed only once (by whoever claims it first), or if each reward can only be claimed by a random person on the team. Similarly, people on the same team can either share a pool of lives, or each have an individual count of lives, depending on how the party leader created the party. If you're not in a party, quests/rewards/lives work just like in singleplayer.


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Thanks. That is a great explanation.





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