Unexpected 2: Wayfarer's Legacy Travel Fortune Test Guide
In Unexpected 2: Wayfarer's Legacy a Travel Fortune Test is basically what a dice roll was back in the day in traditional pen-and-paper RPGs. As you traverse around the world you will encounter this feature frequently, and it is almost always optional. Travel Fortune Tests include prey icons that indicate food locations, diamonds that indicate risk and reward spots, and some locations that have a question mark that will only reveal what's there once you get close enough. Take a look at our Travel Fortune Test Guide to find out more about this feature.
Travel Fortune Tests on the map are important as they indicate possible dangers or opportunities for your character to gain something beneficial. Travel Fortune Tests between destinations indicate both distance and dangers. For every day the journey is going to take there will be one encounter generated along the way. In a Travel Fortune Test you draw a number of 'fortunes' from a pool of possible outcomes. You will be able to see what the possible outcomes will be before you engage in the Travel Fortune Test. Once you have drawn a Travel Fortune Test, you then choose whether you want to keep it or spend a 'spark' to draw another option. Keep in mind that you don't have a limitless supply of Sparks, so you will not be able to spend them carelessly. However, if you are unlucky, and you draw a negative outcome, the Travel Fortune Test will often replenish your sparks which means there will be instances where it will be better to deal with the negative outcomes, so you are able to save your sparks for when you really need them.
Some Travel Fortune Tests are played out over multiple rounds which will result in multiple result slots in the Travel Fortune Test dialog box. When this happens, there is a possibility that extra Travel Fortune Tests are added to the pool as the result of a choice you make each round.
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