The passage was on of those neats areas you find, and then wish we had ropes to climb down.
Last time I was there after run/movement update, and learned real quick that slower movement effected fall/in the air movement, make it pain in butt to fall and turn back to ledge to grab on… >_>
a Zip line across be neat to, Lower center pillar (move chest uptop) and allow player to go back and forth.
Thou, it seem its meant to be a more “forgotten place”, that creepy pool, that goes way down…
Gives me shivers… always waiting for something to come bubbleing up.
Bottom of pool has not be searched by me… I have a fear of dark water like that.
I went there with potion, to go and check… I was just like… LOL NOPE, I drop some items down there, watched them roll around bottom… was kinda sad wasnt octopuss or some critter down there. Random goat head sticking out bottom. XD
The only places I know of where I can even input text are in the ‘Spawn NPC’ option (top centre) and the ‘Spawn Item’ search bar on the upper right. I dont think thst it is actually possible to use console commands on console, or have I missed something here?
PS- I really do hope you are right on this one, as I would love being able to build a Bedroll in dungeons such as The Black Keep and The Wine Cellar.
Even if you could get it to work on console, there is a hard build limit the game will prevent you from building past.
Furthermore, bed rolls don’t function correctly in places like the Wine Cellar. Not sure bed rolls even work with the console command (they may not, because their limitations are blocked in other locations besides the normal building blocker blueprints). But even if you can place them, you will spawn in the desert instead when attempting to spawn on the bed roll. It’s an issue I’ve been dealing with for several months now with LBPR.
Oh so that explains why we couldn’t build more foundations after a while. Well it works for small buildings.
Yes of course, stupid me, you can’t invoke the dev-console on consoles. Though I wonder if you are able to change the config files and set a controller binding. And if you’d get the virtual keyboard for the console then. You’d probably need to hook up the HDD from the console to a PC in order to access the filesystem.
And see, this is why I dislike gaming on consoles. Me as an advanced user I feel limited when I am working with my PS4 Pro. I only use it to watch some Twitch or YouTube on my TV nowadays. Gaming only happens on my PC or Notebook.
People told me you can. But I guess it only works with specific games. I wonder too if Conan is one of these.
Purely from a hypothetical standpoint here, that wouldnt really bother me. I wouldnt want to build much in the way of actual structures in dungeons anyway, as for me it would 1) ruin the immersion and 2) risk blocking some enemies from spawning. Honestly, the only single item I have ever wanted to build in dungeons is a simple Bedroll. Primarily because I got sick of bosses being back to 100% health by the time I battle my way back to them.
Multi I have a question for yourself, or anyone else who is able to field it. Why is it that I am able to build in some of the games dungeons (eg- Midnight Grove, Well of Skellos, Warmakers Sanctuary, Sunken City) but not others…?? (eg- Balck Keep, Wine Cellar, The Passage) What is it that sets these places appart, and sees the restrictions in place in some dungeons, but not others…?
Wha is this ‘LBPR’ you speak of? I am unfamiliar with this acronym.
My mod. I linked it at the top of this discussion.
Shouldn’t be able to build in any of them. There are various building blockers Funcom uses on the map. If you are able to build in certain spots of those dungeons, might be good to reach out to Ignasis/Hugo in a DM of where you are able to build inside said dungeons.
Every game i;ve played, its worked. Except for (tilde ~) has never worked in none of them. (expect two worlds II, which was only game to allow console commands on consoles that’ve ever played, but was limited)
Minecraft has console codes that work, but never used them since they kill trophies.
I’m mute, so any game with text chat, I use it.
Other limit on keyboards on ps4, is they often do now allow arrow keys or wasd to move character. There 99% scritly to type in form of text if a game allows it. Or when PS-Onscreen letters pop up to name characters or items.
I know a few newer games that support Keyboard & mouse. (for Playstation)
Oh no problem, I was actually hoping you were right. It would have been just the solution I needed to my dungeon issue.
That literally sounded like some alien language to me. Way too for my technically challenged brain.
I guess this is one of those different strokes for different folks instances, where we have both gone with the option best suited to us. I agree that the PC is definately the superior system; easier to download patches, mod support, console commands, expandable graphical prowess, the list goes on. And for an advanced user such as yourself, its by far the best choice. But for someone like my who is a borderline imbecile when it comes to technology, consoles are a better and simpler choice. If I were using a PC I would probably crash it or mess it up somehow (happens with my laptop a lot), or accidentally download problematic. So for me as much as the PC would offer a number of benefits, it would be foolish for me to try and take on a bigger, more complex system. Consoles are nice and easy to work with Ive found.
I have repaired the two gaps in the aqueduct as well, using the Pythagoras Steel Beam mod, so I do not need pillars. But every now and then, when the mod does not match the current update, I have to do repairs because parts break down…
I’ll have to try to repair the Passage this way, when I am back at my PC.
That doesnt really answer my question. So I will assume that you are not sure yourself.
I am able to build in some of them but not others. I have previously discussed the phenomenon at lengths with other members, and even shared some images. You can browse a good bunch of them in this thread if you like.
Another interesting fact (as you will see by the pictures) is that I can also freely build almost anywhere in the Unnamed City! I even have a base there, and a Maproom right next to the Obelisk.
Okay before I proceed further with this post, I will also draw your attention to this thread which I created, which further discusses the issue. If memory serves me correctly I did invite them to clarify the situation in this thread, however they were a no show.
Furthermore, as being able to build in them circumvents some serious gameplay dilemmas I have been having (discussed in the thread), I have no desire to further call upon them to ‘fix’ this.
I do have ONE VERY IMPORTANT POINT to add here: This freedom to build in dungeons and the Unnamed City seems to be unique to Offline Singleplayer mode! As you will see in the two threads, online players from other modes, be it Singleplayer, PvE, etc, attempted to replicate this in comparator tests but were flatout unable to. So since the only person whos game I would be ruining is my own, Im happy to let sleeping dogs lie on this one.
I would have to open the map and look at every dungeon, see what building blockers are used, their positions, and their size. Not really interested in spending that kind of time doing that kind of leg work. It’s safe to assume that building in something like the Wine Cellar isn’t intended. Could be that single player console’s map is slightly different for all I know though.
“I like to play the game I like and it does not impact any other player.”
This is the heart of game play. If you are in a shared environment, different rules apply. If you are in a solo / modded environment and folks do not care for your play style, invite them to pound sand and embrace the joy you find in the game.
Well thanks there Pugilist. Being a purely Offline Singleplayer I know that it cant impact upon other peoples games in a negative way. If it were able to be replicated in online modes, I would understand and accept that it needs to be corrected. Otherwise it would be absute mayhem; trolls and griefers would be building bases in the dungeons or blocking Boss spawns all over the place. It actually surprised me when I saw all of the threads on people building in the Black Keep, as it is one of the dungeons I cant build in.
So for now Im going to have my cake and eat it. In fact for its a nice passive QoL improvement; it means that I can place Bedrolls down in (some) dungeons as I progress, and avoid rerunning it from the beginning if I die.