The Bonfire 2: Uncharted Shores is a survival simulation game and a sequel to The Bonfire: Forsaken Lands. Design and build your city from the ground up and defend it from wild enemies by gaining magical artifacts. Manage resource chains and workers with unique personalities and send them on expeditions on a procedurally generated world map with ships to find free cities to trade and mysterious dungeons to explore. The Bonfire 2: Uncharted Shores is available on Android and iPhone/iPad. Take a look at our tips to get help in the game.
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The Bonfire 2: Uncharted Shores Tips
- When you begin the game build your bonfire close to the forest so when monsters attack your villagers at night they will have a shorter distance to run to the forest to escape. Some of the monsters that attack will be easier to kill than others, but as you progress in the game they will generally become harder to deal with.
- Therefore, it is necessary to continually add new guards and equip them appropriately. Recruit all 12 guards as soon as possible, so they are able to hunt as a pack, and make sure you do not take them off duty to build. If you need additional workers you should temporarily take them from non-food production buildings.
- At the lower levels your guards will be vulnerable to enemy attacks, and they will gain little experience from fighting. Guards are trained to be more efficient through grinding certain production buildings, these include Loggers Camps, Trading Dock, Iron Mine, Coal Mine, and Clay Mine. When your guards grind at these production buildings it will raise their guard levels.
- Each of your villagers has specific stats that determine their ideal role, it is therefore essential for the development of your village that you assign them appropriate jobs. To determine whether a villager will be best suited as a guard or worker you need to look at their skills and stats. This basically breaks down into the following - strength is for melee, agility is for ranged combat, and intelligence for builders and crafters. You can always pause the game and move your villagers around if need be.
- It is recommended that you divide your villagers into alternate shifts so when workers work guards sleep and when guards are sleeping workers work. Doing this will always ensure you have a defense against attacking enemies. The best defensive formation is to build all 6 towers next to each other in a 3-by-2 block. If you build the towers next to the bonfire it will also help to keep the homeless villagers from being killed by monsters. Once a guard reaches level 6 upgrade you will be able to equip tower guards with the Bowman skill and your ground guards with the Shield-bearer skill and this should be done as soon as possible. Do not do this before then as there is the possibility the guard will be crippled.
- Always build your workers huts next to Hunting Lodges, and Hunting Lodges next to production buildings in order to help protect your resources. It is important that you always upgrade your workers huts as soon as possible. Make sure you prioritize your Carpenter and Blacksmith buildings as they are the only way you can get new items to craft. Make sure when you place your buildings you do so carefully as the positioning of these buildings can be vital to manage certain resources and affects gameplay.
- Although your villagers need food you should also make sure that you leave enough space in your Hunting Lodges for skins as these are essential for crafting and b..