When you’re playing around the world of Fire Emblem Engage there are many things that you might want to do. One of them might just be adopting the Calisson Chicken you come across. Well, this guide will be your helping hand with that matter. We will show you how to find and actually Adopt the Calisson Chicken. Let’s get started.
This is the map location of where you need to come to be able to actually find the Calisson Chicken. It will be in one of the first maps of the game. After you have completed the map quests you can walk around and explore the area.
Once you find it you won’t be able to do anything with it. Instead, you will need to go back to your Home Base and go to the Donation Board in the Cafe and then upgrade the Firing Donation to level 2.
This will give you the Calisson Chicken requirements. Now you can’t go back into the town straight away to find the Chicken so you will have to wait until the future towns you’ll visit will get stocked with Callison Chickens.
Another way is that if you play a bit longer, eventually you’ll get skirmishes and other missions that appear in towns you’ve already visited. This will allow you to go back and complete the skirmish and then explore the same area and Adopt the Chicken.
That’s all that you need to know about adopting the Calisson Chicken in Fire Emblem Engage. We hope that this guide has helped you out doing so. Have fun!
Mindustry – Resource Flowchart
The Factory must grow!
The one thing that you should always be doing in Mindustry is to make sure that the factory expands along with your defenses, and to manage your defenses you’re going to need resources, and to get resources you need sophisticated machinery, and to make machines, well. You get the point. The problem is, how do you do all this in an efficient manner? That’s where a flowchart comes in! Do not be afraid as we will explain how everything works from the most basic material to the most elaborate builds so you no longer have to worry which socket connects to where!
Resource Flowchart for Mindustry
Since the game is all about automation and using your imagination it can get quite overwhelming at times, especially if you look at all the lines in the chart provided below. Don’t worry though as a flowchart just shows the step by step process of a sequential order.
One user from Steam was big-brained enough to make a flowchart of their own to make things a lot easier for everybody else who are either starting out or looking for a more efficient build.
As you can see from the image provided above your industry starts with your drills. You can have your drills gather products or resources like scrap which gives you the option to send that scrap to your Pulverizers or your Melters.
If you look again your scrap will produce a by-product called Slag, and that goes to another machine called a Separator.
Everything is highlighted in the flowchart, Extractors and Pumps are colored green and stand on their own, while the crafting machines are shown in orange. All of the end products are either transported to feed your defenses or go to a container block somewhere for future use.
Remember to use an Unloader if you ever plan to move the items in the container elsewhere!
At the start you may not feel the need to rely on a flowchart as you will be occupied by trying to wrap your head around the basics. But as everything grows so will the need to keep things simple and running. Many thanks to Runi for putting this flowchart together, if you require more information go and give the link a visit: Steam Community :: Guide :: ressource flowchart
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