Social Interface And Chat Commands[edit | edit source]
Social Interface is accessible via game option menu, from there you can add friends, send private messages (tells), give a player access to your Base of Operations (BOO), visit theirs, or ignore a player if you were piqued. To send a tell to a player just type in the game chat the following: /t nickname your text. To quick reply to a most recent tell from another player type the following: /r your text. Or you can just select "Tell" from the drop down menu next to chat input window. In either case you need to write player name before you send a tell. Selecting "Send Tell" from friend list will automatically include player name to the message. Sending a tell is a good way to check if the player is online. If the player is offline you will get a message of failed tell attempt. Another chat commands include: /t for trade chat. /c for clan chat, /s to return to main chat.
Main article: Farmhand
Your friends can help keeping your farming structures clean and tidy by sweeping them regularly. This will give both you and your friend 10 farming XP per farming structure clicked on, but the structure has to be filled with producers for this to happen. For the work, you and your friend will get the farming XP, but they won't harvest or collect any raw materials for them or you. This action has a cooldown of 6 hours and is accrued for each farming structure individually.
To use farmhand, just add your friends to your BOO Invite list in the social tab. To access their BOO, you too have to be added to their BOO Invite list. To access your friends BOO, first go to your BOO and from there open the social tab and click on your friend's name in your BOO Access list. You need to be inside your BOO to access other player's BOO. Your friends don't have to be online to receive the XP upon work completion, they will get it even if they are offline. After they log in and open the farming structure's interface, they will get a pop-up stating you helped them.
Party[edit | edit source]
Basic information[edit | edit source]
Partying in Stash is accessed via Party Interface. Press P to open it. You can have up to six players in your party. After a party is formed, all party members should stand on the same tile as the party leader. Party leader then moves all party members (they should not click away). In the party interface you have options to adjust turn time, loot rule, and dungeon difficulty. Highest level character in the party will determine the party level. Monsters level will be determined by the set dungeon difficulty. This setting will only work with private dungeons and the difficulty has to be set prior to entering the dungeon first time. After clearing the private dungeon the party leader has to relogin and form the party again to reenter the dungeon with the monsters respawned. World dungeons spawn monsters with time, and difficulty setting does not affect such dungeons as well as monsters lurking on the surface.
Party Level[edit | edit source]
Setting loot rule[edit | edit source]
Press P to open your party interface, you can see the "loot rule" drop-down menu there.
Free for All[edit | edit source]
Grab and Go[edit | edit source]
- If the loot rule of your party is set to "Grab and Go", once the last monster dies, the chest does not appear, you exit the combat encounter instantly and the loot is automatically distributed at random between all members of your party.
- You will get a system chat message stating whether you have collected anything, or failed to collect something due to insufficient inventory space. Stackable items are looted until a stack is full, then a new stack is started given you have an empty inventory slot.
- If you only want stackables in your loot, it is a good idea to prepare an incomplete stack of stackables in every bag you got, by manually splitting and distributing the stackables between your bags, so that when one stack fills up, even if you have no empty inventory space, the stackable will keep getting looted into the pre-made stack located in another bag.
- You cannot have multiple pre-made stacks of the same item in the same bag due to the fact that every stackable will get auto-combined into one stack if many incomplete stacks of it are found inside a single bag, therefore you want to get as many bags as possible to keep grinding XP without the need of managing your inventory.
- You can keep collecting stackables, XP and triads even if your inventory is full, for an indefinite period of time!
Setting difficulty[edit | edit source]
This difficulty setting only works for private dungeons. Press P to open your party interface, you can see the "difficulty" drop-down menu there:
- +4 level (harder): monsters are 4 levels above your character's level
- +3 level (harder): monsters are 3 levels above your character's level
- +2 level (harder): monsters are 2 levels above your character's level
- +1 level (harder): monsters are 1 levels above your character's level
- -1 level (easier): monsters are 1 levels below your character's level
- -2 level (easier): monsters are 2 levels below your character's level
- -3 level (easier): monsters are 3 levels below your character's level
- -4 level (easier): monsters are 4 levels below your character's level
Sidekick/Mentor System[edit | edit source]
Main article: Sidekick System
- This system allows players of any level/level-range to group together.
Clans[edit | edit source]
Main article: Clans
Clans can be joined in the Stash RPG by a player of any level.