Greetings adventurers, today sharing will be continuous of my previous Heidal tips. If you have not read my previous one, may click here to view my previous sharing on node investment. Do note that, what I'm going to share is based on my own personal opinion and setup I currently have. This round I will share on the alternative node can be invested if you are not alchemy focus.
Notes: As this sharing are continuous from the previous one, I will dive straight to what to nodes suggest to invest.
What node to Invest?
Heidal also a town surrounded by grains/cereals (potato, wheat, sweet potato, corn, barley) and vegetables (olive, pumpkin, tomato, paprika, cabbage). If you are more into cooking, you may take those nodes nearby Heidal.
|Nodes||Materials||Total CP from Heidal||Node Linkage||Remarks|
|Alejandro Farm||Cooking Honey||5||Heidal --> Lynch Farm Ruins --> Alejandro Farm|
|Costa Farm||Wheat||4||Heidal --> Costa Farm|
|Moretti Plantation||Wheat||3||Heidal --> Moretti Plantation|
Total CPs required for setup above
* This excludes CPs invested to the inventory
|Item||Total CP||Lodging Location|
Heidal 7-3, 1F
Since vegetable products can be purchase via fruit vendors, you may choose not to take the pumpkin nodes. This will save you some CP to invest on other nodes you wanted. In my opinion, depending on the amount of CPs you have, you can mix and match between alchemy and cooking materials. You can consider of drop the pumpkin node and invest it to node like Lynch Farm Ruins for traces. Even so, you also can invest in the Flax nodes as a passive income since it required for bartering.
That for my tips and suggestion on Heidal node investments. If you would want to have a similar node investment as mine, feel free to use mine as a reference or you may share your node investment build for the benefit of a new player.
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