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Omidawn

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Lee stops taking data disks
« on: January 03, 2018, 12:43:37 AM »

I don't recall what the benefit was supposed to be, but after the initial quest to give him a data disk, there does not seem to be an occasion to offer Lee any more disks.  I think this was supposed to be an ongoing thing, maybe for additional rare seeds?

Also, are the seeds that are available from Nora connected to data disk "reveals" from Lee?  I didn't catch if the two were related, but it would make sense if they were.

Is this just a matter of implementing more seeds for the future?  It would be nice to have seeds for things that we have recipes for in game already -- like ginger for the spicy fish stew... still missing.
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Re: Lee stops taking data disks
« Reply #1 on: January 03, 2018, 02:48:14 AM »

You go directly to the temple store, Lee mentioned it the first time.  :)
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Re: Lee stops taking data disks
« Reply #2 on: January 04, 2018, 06:39:30 PM »

I know you get the seeds from Nora's shop, which you can find in both the Temple and the box that she sets up outside.  I meant that I thought Lee would be taking more data disks like Petra to unlock more things.  I wasn't sure if that was a broken link or if there just aren't any more things to unlock right now.  Even though I have "bought" all of Petra's upgrades, you still see the data disk in her list of options.  I guess I was expecting the same kind of thing from Lee... the possibility of more "safe" things that the Church can learn from the disks and be willing to share.
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