Olvand is a little multiplayer sandbox RPG, where the players live in self-built towns and can go on all kinds of adventures together. Imagine living with your friends in a small town in the mountains, or creating a new group of friends in a pub in the metropole you all live in. There will be several mini-games the inhabitants of a server can play together, among which will be combat based games like King of the Hill or Capture the Flag. You will be able to play against other people in your city, or as a city against another city, or as a whole server against another server. The combat works with self-built guns, in which all kinds of powers can be combined to create unique effects.

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Apr 25 2013 Anchor

I've looked.. and I can't find any so I'm making a thread of my own

I understand a large portion of this game is figuring out all the cool recipes and exploring the world, but it's still nice to have a guide for when you can't figure something out on your own.

The Axe
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Used to cut down trees for wood.

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It's string.. what more do you need?

Fishing Rod
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Used to.. well fish

The Gun
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Very useful in making things dead, Also your primary source of light while mining.

The Shovel
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Used to dig holes in the yellow patches of dirt.

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It's clothy.

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Used to chart a race course.

Hobo Stick
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Like the backpack, but a little smaller, good if you lose your backpack.

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Used to go down into the holes dug with a shovel.
(I know there is a blueprint for this, but I am going to include it here anyways)

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Says you need it to craft guns.

If I missed any (which is entirely possible) let me know and I'll add them.

Edited by: YukiaEpin

Apr 26 2013 Anchor

Awesome (and complete, I think) crafting guide. I'll make sure people see this, by:

  • Making it a sticky on this forum.
  • Tweeting and posting on Facebook.
  • Mentioning it in the next blogpost.
  • Putting it in the member area of the website.

Edited by: Woseseltops

Apr 26 2013 Anchor

Right on, thanks.

May 3 2013 Anchor

"Awesome (and complete, I think)" :) That means there are more to come.

Edited by: Cheesetale

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