No One Survived Tips and Tricks
This guide is here to help you get started and provide you with some tips and tricks to help you survive the harsh environment of No One Survived. From crafting and building to resources and combat, this guide will provide you with the information you need to make it through the game and become the ultimate survivor.
How to Create Your Character?
If you are looking to get the most out of your No One Survived experience, it is important to randomise your features and stats. A great combination to have is +20 weight and +20 speed. While you don't have to worry too much about the other stats, it is best to avoid negative traits such as -3 strength and -5 defence. The best negative trait to have is +20% malaria chance, however, you can easily counter this by making tea according to the Nuaria's Cook Book.
How to Gain Pace in No One Survived?
Dying, overweight, and no stamina are all factors that can slow down a beginner in No One Survived. Fortunately, there are tips and tricks that can help you stay alive and progress in the game. For example, if you are near your spawn and need to reset your stats, you can jump off something to avoid wasting food. If you are carrying too much stuff in your bag, you can hold down the Shift key while jumping to move quickly and regain stamina. When you get to the trader, be sure to get a car and car repair kit to move around faster.
Upgrading Your Skills
Reading books at home is the best way to upgrade your skills, and if you need to refresh your mentality, you can use the dying tip. You can even read while moving, although it may take some practice. If you want to craft weapons quickly, try to get 200 sticks and craft 200 spears for a five-star weapon. In multiplayer, you can use cars to manipulate zombies and loot without fear, and during horde night, this strategy works as well.
Cooking can also provide helpful stat boosts, such as coffee drink, which can be made with coffee, water, and water. If you are infected with malaria, one cure is better than four clean water bottles, and using natural waters is the fastest way to clean yourself up. Finally, be aware of wild boars, which can be dangerous even at the very beginning of the game.
Cars and Weapons
To effectively protect yourself in No One Survived, you'll need to employ the "horse refuser" technique. This involves constructing spikes on the ground, walls, and ceilings in a tight formation. To keep your defenses up, make sure to use your construction hammer to repair any damage done. When constructing this fortress, you should use both vertical and horizontal beams to support the ceiling.
You'll also need a car repair kit, which can be bought from the merchant, as well as several gasoline cans. Big oil barrels can often be found at gas stations, but you can also find smaller versions in random houses and farms.