New content sneak peek - Parties and a new mount!
It’s time for a new content sneak peek!
If you’ve ever wanted to host a party for your Portian friends, or take to the skies with a flying mount, then you’ll like what’s written below.
The above screenshot shows off some of the Portian residents socialising at a party. Keep in mind that you can only invite those who you’ve reached ‘friendship status’ with.
Before you can host a party, you’ll need to prepare! The first step is acquiring furniture. You can either purchase or craft the round tables for your guests. Each table can seat up to 10 guests, so if you’re looking to invite the whole town, you’ll want to have five tables. Oh, and whilst we’re on the subject of invites, you’ll need to buy those too!
All good parties need tasty food, and as the host, that falls to you! A. You can have up to 20 dishes on each table, so that means you’d need 100 dishes for five tables. This is another area that will require some of your hard earned Gols.
What’s more, you can’t just serve up any old dish to your guests, the food available on each table will also affect favor points earned from the party. So, try to prepare the dishes that you think the Portians you invited will enjoy the most.
As we mentioned in the last paragraph, inviting Portians to your party can increase the favor points you have with them and improve your relationship! This means that parties are a fantastic way to increase favor points in bulk – you could increase the favor point of 10 different Portians at a time, if you serve their favorite dishes.
Parties will be one of the most efficient ways to earn the favor points between yourself and your fellow Portians. In order to preserve game balance, we’re limiting the amount of times you can host a party to two. You’ll also need to be aware that the townsfolk you invite won’t necessarily show up after they receive their invitation. Cheeky right!
The higher the favor points you have with an individual, the more likely they are to attend your party.
We’ve been doing some party-based number crunching and discovered that if you invite all possible Portians to your party, you’ll have to spend at least several thousand Gols.
What’s a few thousand Gols between friends, right?
The flying mount
The gifs below can say more about the upcoming flying mount than words ever could. Keep your eyes to the sky when My Time At Portia leaves Early Access…
We hope you enjoyed our upcoming feature reveal! Which of the new features are you looking forward to the most? Parties or a flying mount? Let us know in the comments below!