Hello, Shadow Dusk. I'll give you some general advice:
Controls: WASD: move Space: jump hold shift: move slowly
For pegasi: double tap Space: fly CTRL: descend
while flying: WASD double tap CTRL: fall
Here are some things you can do in the game:
Some NPCs give you quests. Right-click on them to talk to them. You can see your quests by pressing Y. You can find a list of quests here, if you are stuck: https://legendsofequestria.fandom.com/wiki/Quest. If you are planning to do all the quests, be warned that there are some quests that you can only accept if you are a foal. You must do them before you do your talent mark quest.
If you want to increase your level quickly, you should improve your combat talent. You can find monsters in Evershade (accessible from Ponydale in the south), the Heartlands and the Gem Mines (in Ponydale, low-level monsters). I would suggest you avoid Bramble Woods though, if you are low-level, an area reachable from the Heartlands and covered with thicket. You can open your talents tree by pressing K. The bar on the bottom right will show you how close you are to the next level. Quests can also give you level-ups, but only up to level 12.
There are two productive hobbies that you can take on: Making armor and cooking. Both require you to get recipes. You can get recipes for armor from Golden Gauntlet in the Crystal Kingdom. If you want to make copper or bronze armor, you will also need the Linen Strap Stitching Guide and the Linen Padding Stitching Guide and if you want to make Iron and Steel armor, you need the Canvas Strap Stitching Guide and the Canvas Padding Stitching Guide. You can buy them from Marvell in the Boutique in Ponydale. Then you need resources. You can buy Linen Scrap from Marvell and get Copper Ore, Tin Ore and Iron Ingot from the rock golems in the Evershade. The first armor you will be able to make is Copper armor. You will get recipes for food from some monsters.
And of course, you can just hang out with other players. Some days it may seem there are not many ponies online, but if you stay around regularly, you might see ponies returning regularly. After a few days, you will probably figure out their online schedules. It is also a good idea to make friends with other ponies. The advantage of making friends with a pony is that you can see where they are in your friends book (press F).
If you need help with a specific problem, tell it here. If I can help you, I'll try. But if I can't help, I'm sure there will be other players who can.
Going back to Check List solved the problem for me. Of course, she will complain that you didn't solve the quest yet, but it will apparently reset the spawn points, but your success with fighting these creatures will also be reset. I think I had to do it twice. I'm not absolutely sure if that was what solved the problem, or if I tried going to the spots in a different order and that eventually solved the problem.
It is a rainy and stormy day in Ponydale. The ponies take shelter in the Clover Café.
Farsight meets a shady contact.
Toot seems a bit absent. Rosie and Farsight worry.
Sweet Wing asks Rosie to go for a walk. Aura Swirl follows them. First they visit the hospital to visit some of Sweet Wing's friends. Sweet Wing breaks down crying, telling Rosie that she wanted to become a nurse, but her classmates said that was stupid.
Toot tells Farsight why she is so absent-minded: She had weird dreams involving stone creatures, a diadem and a cult that they have dealt with.
Rosie and Sweet Wing visit the school. Sweet Wing tells Rosie that she flew for the first time there: A friend would move the swing and Sweet Wing would jump off and fly.
Farsight promises Toot to do some research on the cult.
Toot runs off and Farsight tries to get her back, but loses her.
sorry for it taking so long. Welcome to Legends of Equestria.
If you like roleplaying, you might like the Sweet & Elite: Meet and Greet.
It's on Fridays at 8:00 GMT / 4:00 PM EST (check your time zone).
So far, we haven't been using any stats, so it's more about playing out your character.
A note on the Style: Slice of Life usually means that, while there will be a setup, the session will mostly be driven by character interaction. Adventure means that the Game Master will have a plot set up that we will follow.
Yay! Looking forward to the Winter Warm-Up event and the new quests! Also looking forward to see the new Academy interior. Maybe taking lessons in the classroom will help me not crashing into everything. Also looking forward to the new foal content. Good that I have one. I'm also happy that the launcher now works again.
I totally understand the argument that this will make a bad impression on new players, and you are probably right.
Personally, I like the trees though. Though other players might disagree with me, I personally like the spirit of Heartswarming being carried over the year. Maybe that's just because I haven't grown sick of the trees yet. However, I do like the idea of reviving the Winter Roll Up quest. I have been playing this for less than a year, so I have never seen that quest and I wonder what it might be like. I would think that I would be more positive about the idea of removing the trees if they are replaced by other interesting decoration.
However, I will also appreciate a new update with new contents and new quests. Also, I don't mean to be pressing, but a new update would be a good opportunity to make it run with the launcher again. I got used to the luxury of auto-updating. Of course, if you are already very busy with other things, I don't want to cause any problems.
welcome to Legends of Equestria. I hope you will enjoy the game.
If you don't feel like talking to the players at the beginning, you can talk to NPCs and see if they have some quests for you. To do this, right-click on an NPC, then you can select "Talk". Some, but not all NPCs offer quests for you. You'll often have a dialog option where you can offer them help. You can distinguish NPCs from players by their level indication. When a level is shown under their name, it's a player, if it is not, it's an NPC.
You can open your journal by clicking on the book icon in the bottom right corner. There, you can find your quests as well as your skills.
When you start the game, you will be offered an initial questline. The first quest is a tutorial, you can start it by speaking to your teacher. They are easy to find since they have an exclamation mark over their head.
The Talent Mark quest is part of the first questline. After you have completed it, you are an adult pony.
After the first questline is finished, you must walk around and talk to random ponies to get more quests.