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Razor Trail Survivors aims to combine many game elements and mechanics into a coherent, fun, deep and long-lasting experience. While most progression in the game can be made while idle, there are many areas where direct interaction is needed or helpful. Here is a list of the most important concepts and their explanation.
Actions[edit | edit source]
Actions are, as the name implies, processes executed by the player in order to achieve a result, for example smelt steel. Usually actions have a related skill, a base timer, a set of requirements, a base success rate and one or more results.
In the smelt steel example, the related skill is crafting, the base timer is 70 seconds, the requirements include having 2 units of iron and 1 unit of coal, the base success rate is 95% and the results are the production of 1 unit of steel and getting 9 XP.
Timer[edit | edit source]
Keep-alive[edit | edit source]
Keep-alive is a simple captcha that pops-up periodically and stops the game execution. This is used to prevent complete idle playing and give a small advantage to active players.
Traveling[edit | edit source]
Equipment[edit | edit source]
Equipment tab is the menu tab where the player can view and equip their gear.
Inventory[edit | edit source]
Inventory is the set of resources, consumables and equipment the player is currently carrying.
The inventory tab can be accessed through the top menu at any time.
Effect[edit | edit source]
Effect is a temporary change to a player's stats or conditions. It can affect numeric variables (hitpoints, XP, damage, timers, etc) or others. Effects can be applied by equipment, locations, actions, enemies and consumables.
Houses[edit | edit source]
Houses are player-owned structures that allow their owner to store resources and equipment.