So with some of the recent revelations about Seeking, I’ve been re-examining whether I want to keep Seeking or not. Especially since My SMEN level of 9 from the old Seeking isn’t all that high for the new Seeking.
But I was wondering if anyone out there who did turn away from the Name can tell me if the Scars on your Flesh, the Stains on your Soul and the Memories of Chains are removed by quitting or are you permanently stuck with them?
I’l probably quit anyway but I was hoping to find out a bit more before I do.
I know that there’s a Fate option to remove Scars in Flute Street, but I haven’t seen it and don’t know how much it costs or what the requirements for it are. I know that the Flint Exceptional Story for 120 Fate has an option at the end that gives you the option to remove Stains. I’m not sure about Memories, but I’m sure there’s something around somewhere or possibly something that may be implemented later if not currently available.
As a quick update to this, I’ve been told that somewhere in the Flint storyline there’s a Fate locked method to clearing stains from a soul. I haven’t played Flint yet, but I plan to so I’ll keep an eye open for that.
I don’t recall a fate locked option to do so, and I explored it very thoroughly, unless you mean the fate needed to play Flint nowadays. The option to remove stains comes at the very end and requires no fate in and of itself, it is pretty much part of the last reward you can choose, absolution.
I don’t recall a fate locked option to do so, and I explored it very thoroughly, unless you mean the fate needed to play Flint nowadays. The option to remove stains comes at the very end and requires no fate in and of itself, it is pretty much part of the last reward you can choose, absolution.[/quote]
Thanks for the clarification. I assume the person who told me that must have been referring to the whole story costing Fate to play then.
Unfortunately, I did not become an Exceptional Friend until this year so I must cough up the moneys if I want to play Flint.
But by all accounts it’s well worth playing and paying for the content will continue to support Failbetter so win-win all around I guess.