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Old World: Laws Guide | Everything You Need to Know

Laws grant bonuses throughout your nation and can be enabled via certain technologies. Since each law is different, you’ll want to pick a law that will define how your nation will grow.

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Laws in Old World offer you a choice between two opposing factions. In order to put a law into action, you’ll need 400 Civics as well as a prerequisite technology. Each law has its own bonuses to offer, and depending on which law you choose, it will have a huge impact on how your nation or empire grows.

Below is a quick guide regarding laws in Old World and anything you need to know about them.

Everything You Need to Know about Laws in Old World

The Law screen can be accessed via the Scale icon at the upper left bar. You can also see which laws are currently active and which ones are available by simply hovering over the icon using your mouse. Alternatively, you can also press F4 to open the screen directly.

Whenever new laws become available, you will receive a prompt in your character screen at the bottom left corner. When you click that prompt, it will open up a screen that will allow you to choose which of the two new laws you want to enact.

There are 4 options to choose from. You can either choose to enact the first law or the second, choose to put off picking a law as of the moment, or choose to let the court decide which law to pick.

Once you’ve chosen a law, it will immediately take effect, and you can then see the active laws in your Law screen.

When you hover your mouse on an inactive law, you’ll be able to see its prerequisite technology. Once you’ve unlocked the prerequisite technology, you’ll then get a prompt saying new laws are available.

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Terraria: Labor of Love | Shimmer Guide

One of the things that stand out in the Labor of Love Content is the Shimmer Liquid which has now become available early in the game.

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In old versions of Terraria, the Shimmer liquid is part of the end game content. That means you will have access to it only when you’ve progressed further into the game.

In the Labor of Love content, the Aether Mini Biome is randomly spawned into the world and all you need to do is look for it.

Depending on how fast you can dig, you will be able to gain access to the Aether Mini Biome early in the game which opens up different item conversions which we will be discussing further on.

In this guide, we will show you the different uses for the Shimmer liquid in Terraria 1.4.4.

Labor of Love Shimmer Guide in Terraria

The shimmer liquid affects items in the game in different ways. Items that are crafted from different materials will sometimes disassemble when thrown into the liquid.

Throw items into the liquid to disassemble or upgrade existing items

Other items get upgraded to new versions of items exclusive in the latest update. Examples of this are the Life Crystal which turns into a vital crystal in the pool. This grants permanent regeneration boosts.

Another item is the Rod of discord. Throwing that into the pool will change it into a rod of Harmony where you can use the rod’s ability to teleport without suffering any debuff from use.

Try throwing different items to see their results

NPCs that fall into the liquid will change their appearances and if you fall into the pond, you will be sucked down and pass through blocks. Try to throw in different items and test out their results.

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