My life as King Help

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  1. webyugioh
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    webyugioh GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Hey, I'm on my 52 day in My Life as King and I can't seem to figure out how to hire more adventurers.
    Before, they would line up infront of the castle and I would have to pay 100 gil to get them.
    Now, no matter how many houses I build, there are none day after day.

    thanks for your help,

    oh, and is there any way to extend the length of your day before you are forced to go to sleep?
    it does not look like i'm the only one having the problem
    thanks again
     
  2. shiftyraccoon

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    Im on day 83 now!

    After a while, just keep getting EXP for your characters then eventually you will be strong enough to take on the harder dungeons.

    After unlocking a few of them you get to one (can't remember the name, sorry) and after you finish it you unlock the Guild to build in your city.

    When the Guild is built you can emply more adventurers every day - increase the pay so they perform better, and also change the jobs of the adventurers so you don't have ALL thiefs like i did haha
     
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    Under your bed
    No.
     
  4. zidane_genome

    zidane_genome My sword has a +2 bleeding... wanna test it out?

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    YES.

    When you get your "Morale" buttons, call Chime, and 'Raise Morale'... talk to EVERYONE you can with a Green face above thier head... do this as much as you can. I can get all the way to Midnight before Chime yells at me to go to sleep.
     
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    Also the upgrades to the Item shop let you sell torches, so the adventurers can go out longer and stay out later and you can stay awake longer too!
     
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    webyugioh GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Will also try that too
    thanks again.

    Sadly I won't be able to try much of this untill the weekend again,
    as that is my only free time,
    but thank you all for your help and continue poring in the support!
     
  7. Doomsday Forte

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    Semi-necro, but once you've maxed out both the pay ranks and the number of adventurers you have, dismantle the Guild Hall since it no longer has a function (it reduces the cost of behests, but really at that point you should be able to easily afford any behest by now). And, you can put down a house to tithe more back than you'd save, I guess.

    Also, I think the best way to do the Raise Morale is to wait until the needle is past the sun completely (early morning?) and then activate it. The effect is obviously better the more and bigger houses you have, since that maximizes the number of people out that you can talk with. My kingdom has 30 houses, 27 of which are Spacious meaning up to four people out at once. =P You want to wait since people aren't going to be out at sunrise.

    Remember that you also get normal Morale while you raise family relations. And, try not to Raise Morale on days when your adventurers go out to kill bosses since the Morale Frenzy effect will not kick in if Raise Morale is on. This also applies to holidays, and the Morale Frenzy will NOT come back if overwritten with Raise Morale.

    "Morale" doesn't look like a word anymore. XD
     
  8. Jademalo

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    I have a problem too.. most of my adventurers just come home for no reasin :\ not even because theyre torches went out.. they just come home.. and its annoyin as out..

    help?
     
  9. Doomsday Forte

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    That's one problem with the adventurers since you don't know what's eating them.

    How often do you talk to them? You can talk to them before they leave for the mission after they're ready (if you talk to them with Raise Morale in effect, it'll give a small boost to one of their stats for the day too), and when they come back before they get their pay. When they wipe out or you tell them to go rest, go visit them at home, they love that.

    Have you raised/maxed the pay rank too? I'd max it ASAP since they tend to behave when they're well-paid, and they get to buy the more expensive stuff to keep themselves alive/out longer.

    Also, how many adventurers do you have total now? You may have too many and are spread thinly, something I'm currently learning about.

    My suggestions are to talk to them as often as possible, do home visits when they wipe out, and raise their pay rank. They're probably depressed. When someone's next to the bulletin board with a blue sad face, tell them to go rest and they'll be good as new the next day.

    Be sure to read the reports in detail each morning so you know what's what. Your guys might be close to death when they come home or whatever, though probably because they're depressed and don't want to fight anymore. And hey, a holiday never hurt anyone either.
     
  10. Jademalo

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    well, i talk to them day and night, they never wipe, and they never have blue faces.. i usually give them holidays, and amazingly, they still hte me
     
  11. Doomsday Forte

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    Not sure then. They usually have a set time they come home (usually 7PM at the latest is when they will return home for me) but it could also be that your town isn't set up efficiently for them to leave town early enough. They may be wasting too much time running around town before they leave. Also, try to invest in Magic Torches as much as you can. While they can't buy a level 100 torch most of the time, they can buy the best they can afford so that should help them quite a bit.