I don’t know about the one legacy requirement, I started a shadowed stranger last weekend, got a scion and some of the legacy items; went through the Avid Horizon with the merchant (which gave the death screen), selected my 2 stats and now I have the Labyrinth of Tigers. edited by reveurciel on 2/18/2015
Are the game’s data files sufficient? Because that’s what my statement is based on. It requires Lineage: Captains Lost (Quality Id:116006) to have a value of at least 1 before it becomes available. No other requirements. Game doesn’t even track how many legacies you selected after applying their effects, as far as I’m aware.
I’ve found two things that the Labyrinth will buy, Harlot Fry and Live Specimens, and it also sells Live Specimens. As far as I can tell a previous captain in your lineage has to die in order for all future captains in that dynasty to have access.
I had a look through every possible way of losing, and it seems like having your ship sink while you have a Will written doesn’t increment the Legacy quality properly, which is probably where the problem lies. Also, I guess, some extremely exotic game overs like losing a Snuffer face-off when your crew is entirely depleted, joining the Drownies at 100 Terror and 1 Crew, dying on the Surface… it seems, basically, like if you die any way except Wounds, Crew or Hull, the quality doesn’t increase properly, and having a Will means you don’t get an increase on a Hull-death, which is the most common.
Niiiice bugspotting. That’s one to put in a bug report, I daresay. Also, do Snuffer face-offs still occur? I haven’t seen a Snuffer since early in the beta, and I thought they were super-neat. edited by Sir Frederick Tanah-Chook on 2/18/2015
Snuffers should still exist, but they’re pretty rare; 25% of the time when you get someone who really wants to sign on from that SAY event, they’ll turn out to be a Snuffer. Those sort of non-island-specific SAY events didn’t really get added to any of the faraway islands, so only really happen in the places near London. It’s pretty easy to just never really come across one if you spend a long time out in the far reaches.