How to read the temperature gauge, temperature data, etc.
Welcome to my guide 🙂
I think the tutorial in this game is not enough.
It was especially hard for me to understand the temperature system.
Unfortunately, there are few guides on temperature.
So I decided to create this guide.
Some of the content of this guide was cut from my other guide (in Japanese) to make it easier for others to find.
1. White Line
Indicates the current temperature.
The left side of the gauge is colder and the right side is hotter.
2. Black Area
Indicates the range of temperatures that your equipment can resist.
If the white line is here, there is no problem.
You can expand this area by upgrading your equipment.
The cold resistance expands to the left and the hot resistance expands to the right.
The screenshot shows the temperature gauge when you are nak*d = 0 resistance value.
3. Blue or Red Area
Indicates the range of temperatures that your equipment can’t resist.
If the white line is here, it is too cold or too hot.
Cold or heat will accumulate in the body temperature gauge (around the portrait).
The deeper the white line goes into this area, the faster cold or heat accumulates.
When the body temperature gauge reaches its maximum, you will start to take damage.
The values in the table mean the resistance values required to resist the temperature.
Blue = Cold , Orange = Hot
” * ” means hot resistance. For color vision support.
Resistance of Armors
Please use this together with the above data.
Some objects are safe spots: NPCs, ruins, available shrines, lair.
While in these, your resistance is greatly increased (+50 for both cold and hot resistance).
Other objects like the ones in the next screenshot will also increase your resistance value.
If you escape to a safe spot and your resistance is higher than the temperature, the body temperature gauge accumulation will reset immediately.
We often misunderstand that “temperature has no effect in safe spots” because we can resist most temperatures in safe spots .
As mentioned above, safe spots are only increasing your resistance.
If the temperature is higher than your resistance, of course, the body temperature gauge will start to accumulate.
Thank you for reading my guide!
I hope this guide will be useful in your gameplay 🙂
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