DF2014 Talk:Adventurer mode
Given the huge amount of variance we now have and will be getting with reputations it may be a good idea to create a table of all possible reputations and their levels. Untrustedlife (talk) 20:07, 29 November 2016 (UTC)
 Adventure Mode Performances and performance skills and taverns
There is currently no part of the article devoted to performances, given this is now a huge chunk of content it might be a good idea for us to add that stuff also, there is nothing on the new taverns here either among other things. In a sense, this article is very outdated.Ill work on it a bit more tonight but it will take time to gather screenshots. Untrustedlife (talk) 21:37, 9 March 2016 (UTC)
- The crafting section will soon need an update too. For the next version, a list is probably still good, but in the future we might want to expand it a little.CLA (talk) 10:22, 10 March 2016 (UTC)
 .40.0X Adventure Mode Playable Races
In the newest update, if all standard adventurer civs are extinct you can play as a goblin or kobold if those civs exist.
Can someone confirm the goblin part of this statement? Untrustedlife (talk) 20:08, 29 November 2016 (UTC)
Memory makes no difference to how much of the map you can see. I tested, and adventurers with superior and very low memory performed exactly the same: the map resets after about 74 moves to exactly 30 spaces behind you being visible. (this is in a straight line of course) 18.104.22.168 01:20, 2 September 2014 (UTC)
Is there any way to have kids, and then say, become those kids when you die. It would be a cool mod. You would have generations of dragon slaying vampire kings :D
It is possible to have kids once you retire, to play as them you can body swap in adventure mode with dfhack.
 0.42.01 update discussion
>The recent update has basically overhauled large portions of adventure mode, and there needs to be massive work done as such. This is intended as notepad to collect changes in 42.01 that should be mentioned in one way or another in this article.
- needs, personality: which traits directly influence your game, which are "cosmetic"; can you make an adventurer that has little or no needs, or rather minimal to no penalties from not satisfying them. On the other hand, which give the most benefits; in summary, what should a beginner adventurer choose?
- new skills; which are useless, which aren't. How do the attributes influence them
- playing as other races
- food and drink: 3-at-a-time limit is gone, inebriation changed
- Renting rooms at inns
- Ordering drinks at inns
- arguments can change people's values
- becoming the official performer for a lord.
- Performance troups, bard skills, how to perform etc.
- story telling exists and spreads rumors similarly to actual rumor spreading dialogue
- bone carving
- hearth-quests are now more variable and you can get quests to kill beasts now aswell (proper quests)
- Reputation has been overhauled