How to Maximize Inventory Space in Return to Moria
Hey there, fellow Return to Moria adventurer! Want to carry more goodies in your backpack? Here’s a straightforward guide to beefing up that inventory space.
Discover the Elven Quarter
First things first, let’s get you to the Elven Quarter. Look for the Shortcut to the Mines map marker — that’s your ticket to a place brimming with resources. The road to Durin’s Highway is jam-packed, but this detour is a gold mine.
Gather Elven Wood
Once you’re strolling through the Elven Quarter, whip out your pickaxe and start whacking those trees. You’re aiming to bag at least 23 pieces of Elven Wood. It’s like a treasure hunt, but with trees!
Set Up Your Workbench
Got your wood? Great! Now hustle back to your base and pop open the Build menu. Grab a Workbench from the Essentials & Crafting tab. You’ll need 2 Iron Ingots and 15 Elven Wood. It’s like putting together furniture, but way cooler.
Craft a Hunting Bow
With your fancy new Workbench, it’s time to play craftsman. Take 8 Elven Wood and 2 Hide Scraps to fashion a Hunting Bow. Trust me, this nifty gadget is going to make bagging animal hides a walk in the park.
Go on a Hunting Spree
Armed with your Hunting Bow, it’s time to channel your inner hunter. Creep up on those critters and snag their hides. Remember, be sneaky; you don’t want to send them sprinting.
Stick to these steps, and you’ll be rocking a swanky, spacious inventory in no time. Happy hunting in Return to Moria!
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