Welcome to your guide for getting started in Varamexia.
So, you have registered for the game, and you're thinking to yourself that all you can see is words on a page.
Those words you see are key to unlocking your sense of creativity and fantasy.
Text-based games are good if you do not have time to sit and pay attention to the screen, but still wish to gain a sense of accomplishment.
When playing, you will meet new online friends, form guilds and work together towards a bigger goal, all without having to pay much attention.
To start off your journey in Varamexia you have four popular choices.
Woodcutting - Make your way to Minur Forest and equip your hatchet by clicking on it in your inventory.
Click on "Cut Banana Logs" in the town menu and your timer will start.
Cutting Banana logs is a good way to start making money as you can sell it to low
level Cooks, Constructors, Crafters and Smiths.
Mining - Make your way to Mt Garon and equip your pickaxe. Click on either "Mine Tin" or "Mine Copper"
and you will begin mining the ore of your choice.
Mining is a good way to make money as you can sell the resources to low level smiths who are eager to level.
Fishing - Make your way to Exove and equip your Banana fishing rod. Click on "Catch Raw Anchovy"
and you will begin catching raw anchovies.
You can sell your fish to low level cooks who are looking to level up.
Once you have level 10 exploring, make your way to Zanele, click to enter the cave and move to Sentry Cross and click on "Look around" to start your timer.
Whilst searching the cave you will find valuable resources which can be sold to other players.
Moving around is quite simple. On your game page you will see an image in the top right; this is called your mini-map.
On your mini-map you will see some directional arrows. Hover over these to see the hint of where they lead.
Click the arrow you wish to travel to and your timer will start.
You can double click your mini-map to load the full map in a new tab.
You can only travel to towns adjacent to your position.
Your inventory is where you hold all of your items. Think of it like a chest which you carry around with you and contains your items.
This chest is then magical which grants you the ability to carry as much as you'd like, although it is not recommended for combat.
The air in Varamexia makes items weightless, meaning you can carry as many items as you wish. This does not apply to storage.
Below is a list of skills and the locations you can start them at.
Woodcutting - Minur Forest
Fishing - Exove
Mining - Mt Garon
Construction - Stende
Cooking - Maki
Crafting - The Swamp
Gardening - Any Location
Combat - Garu
Smithing - Hanavi
Exploring - Sentry Cross
Alchemy - Maslo