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Update #1: Live Team Q&A

Posted by Dana Massey on Jun 28, 2006  | Comments

Update #1: Live Team Q&A - Auto Assault -

Garrett Fuller chatted with the team behind Auto Assault in advance of their recent Update #1. This went live last week, so it should be noted that the interview was conducted as it launched. How will the respecs work? Do you respec all your skills at once, or buy points back one at a time? How much does it cost?

Brian Booker: There are retraining terminals available in most major towns in the game, including Tocado, Upside, and Fort Logan. Accessing the retraining terminal will give the options of retraining attributes, skills and crafting research skills. You can opt to retrain any combination of these. When you do, INC charges a fee and your character will respec. Basically your points are given back and abilities reset to base. You can then respend your points in any way you wish. The system knows how many points you have from leveling up and through mission rewards, so you will not lose anything you gained - only the ability to respend them in whatever way you want.

The first retraining is free and mandatory, while all future retraining will cost an increasing amount of clink. The first five to ten retrainings are inexpensive, but it does become increasingly expensive. After twenty or more retrainings, the fee climbs to four hundred script and remains fixed there. You can retrain your character any number of times, but there is a forty-eight hour delay between retrainings.

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