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Spoony_Tech

1,021. Posted:

At least with me when you do that the other fish run away and the golden fish come out. As soon as you see them pull the bait under the water then hit the button.

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I'm finding this game way too distracting. I would much rather be playing it right now rather than working!
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ShadJV

1,022. Posted:

Tech101 wrote:

At least with me when you do that the other fish run away and the golden fish come out. As soon as you see them pull the bait under the water then hit the button.

Yeah, no fish come out. The fish all scatter and I'm left with just empty water. No goldenfish, no anything...

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Spoony_Tech

1,023. Posted:

I don't know what to tell you other them maybe its the armor you're wearing. Could possibly be scaring them off or you have a defective copy or maybe even on a cursed table!

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MERG said:

I'm finding this game way too distracting. I would much rather be playing it right now rather than working!
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ShadJV

1,024. Posted:

Does the bait only work in the mission? Because I haven't done the mission yet.

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Spoony_Tech

1,025. Posted:

That could be it lol. If you need them its always better to do the mission as you also earn money and or zenny for them.

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MERG said:

I'm finding this game way too distracting. I would much rather be playing it right now rather than working!
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dizzy_boy

1,026. Posted:

there's a monster hunter 3 demo event at the ritzy cinema in brixton, london tomorrow. any one going?

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GuardianKing

1,027. Posted:

Okay, I've asked around many times, yet @berzerker59 is the only one who gave something close to an answer.

So, I'll ask again:

What is Monster Hunter, and is it worth purchasing/why?

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Chrono_Cross

1,028. Posted:

Ark_Sin wrote:

What is Monster Hunter, and is it worth purchasing/why?

What types of games do you enjoy?
Is time limited in your daily life?
What system were planning on buying it on? 3DS or U?
Is difficulty and crafting uninteresting?


Basically, like an RPG/MMO you make a character and give it a name. You're the only one that can save the world Moga Village and you venture forth like the Terminator.

Gathering necessary materials is vital but can grow tedious to the impatient. Gathering and carving. You have to harvest the monsters you kill or capture for materials, armor and weapons.

The game is also quite difficult. You'll be spending a lot of time learning from a trial and error process that, in itself, could take a very, very long time. Actually, the entire game can only be enjoyed if you're dedicated.

Otherwise watch Youtube videos to see what the game's like.

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Kuuko

1,029. Posted:

ShadJV wrote:

Tech101 wrote:

At least with me when you do that the other fish run away and the golden fish come out. As soon as you see them pull the bait under the water then hit the button.

Yeah, no fish come out. The fish all scatter and I'm left with just empty water. No goldenfish, no anything...

You're fishing in the wrong spot. Goldenfish do not appear in area 5 (the camp area). You need to go to area 10 at the Deserted Island, and then go to the far right on the map when you enter from area 9. There should be a a couple of fish swimming by the edge of the shore.

(Btw, Qurupeco usually flies to this area to eat the fish whenever he wants to recover his stamina. He can even do this at the beginning of the quest.)

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Aviator

1,030. Posted:

I finally picked up my copy.

Now my love/hate relationship with Honey can begin...

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Razalom

1,031. Posted:

Has anyone found an alternative to that JP page for checking what table you have been given? Really dont want to be cursed before I continue too far.

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BenAV

1,032. Posted:

I haven't been able to find one anywhere.
I'm pretty sure I did everything right though and should be on the table I want, so hopefully everything's all good considering I've already put 17 hours into the game.

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Razalom

1,033. Posted:

Yeah guess I just keep playing and hope for the best ......

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Aviator

1,034. Posted:

Can someone explain the whole table situation to me.

Should I care?

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Kuuko

1,035. Posted:

In the game you can equip yourself with armor, decorations, and talismans that provide a set amount of skill points that add or subtract each other depending on their respective requirements. Once you are equipped with enough points on a certain skill you get something called an Active Skill that determines what boosts or hindrance your character will get during quests.

Complete armor sets are the mainstream way to get Active Skills. Sometimes players like to mix different armor pieces to obtain a specific or an even better set of Active Skills. Decorations can be equipped via Armor Slots, Weapon Slots or Talisman Slots. Since armors are stuck with their skills points and decorations are restricted to the number of slots you have available, the only other option is to equip a talisman.

Talismans in MH3U are generated from a pool of Charm Tables that become locked in once you start a new game. There are 17 Tables and five of them only have about 200 talismans while the rest have about 20,000. Each table has their own unique set of talismans that may not appear in any of the other tables. For this reason it restricts what kind of armor sets and Active Skills people can get with their respective Charm Tables. Thus, the end results are very unique armor combinations and Active Skills sets among players in MH.

Also I've been reading a lot about armors that cannot be completed with certain Charm Tables but I have no idea if it's really true.

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Aviator

1,036. Posted:

Astraea wrote:

Also I've been reading a lot about armors that cannot be completed with certain Charm Tables but I have no idea if it's really true.

That's all I really care about it then. I pretty much only use armours (that are good) and the skills that come with it.

You don't need skills when you're a pro hunter!

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LittleKing

1,037. Posted:

Astraea wrote:

In the game you can equip yourself with armor, decorations, and talismans that provide a set amount of skill points that add or subtract each other depending on their respective requirements. Once you are equipped with enough points on a certain skill you get something called an Active Skill that determines what boosts or hindrance your character will get during quests.

Complete armor sets are the mainstream way to get Active Skills. Sometimes players like to mix different armor pieces to obtain a specific or an even better set of Active Skills. Decorations can be equipped via Armor Slots, Weapon Slots or Talisman Slots. Since armors are stuck with their skills points and decorations are restricted to the number of slots you have available, the only other option is to equip a talisman.

Talismans in MH3U are generated from a pool of Charm Tables that become locked in once you start a new game. There are 17 Tables and five of them only have about 200 talismans while the rest have about 20,000. Each table has their own unique set of talismans that may not appear in any of the other tables. For this reason it restricts what kind of armor sets and Active Skills people can get with their respective Charm Tables. Thus, the end results are very unique armor combinations and Active Skills sets among players in MH.

Also I've been reading a lot about armors that cannot be completed with certain Charm Tables but I have no idea if it's really true.

Why wouldn't it be? Many, many good sets need very specific charms. If that charm isn't in the table, how can you complete the combination to get the skills you need?

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Razalom

1,038. Posted:

The main issue with the table is that there are 5 cursed sets which means its going to be horrible to play. 10 is the best for blade users and any from 1 - 12 are ok in general. 13-17 are cursed and are really a dumb idea by capcom as they can really hinder your game.

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Fuzzy

1,039. Posted:

The wii is soooo slow. Downloading took ages. Download error when I was out. Finished it off. Installing took ages.

These monsters better watch out.

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MAB

1,040. Posted:

Yeah only a lameo hunter cares about these charm tables... Give me a cursed table anyday of the week and I will roll with it baby ;)

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