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How do Collector's maps work?


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This must've been asked before, but can't find the answer. Anyone know the mechanics behind the Collector's maps? Specifically:

Is the marked item only available to the player who owns the map, or can someone else find it too?

And if someone else finds it, would the marker then disappear?

(Yeah, I can't find this stupid wildflower in the swamps. I'll probably eat my hat later, but I swear I've searched every inch of this area three times now.)

 

Update: found it... Or at least the marker cleared, because the flower I found was well outside the yellow area (like, roughly the diameter of the yellow circle away from the edge of the circle.) Close enough, I guess. I do feel slightly vindicated, at least. :)

 

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3 hours ago, flu007 said:

This must've been asked before, but can't find the answer. Anyone know the mechanics behind the Collector's maps? Specifically:

Is the marked item only available to the player who owns the map, or can someone else find it too?

 

You’re  the only one that can see & take the item from a collectors map.

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I've had to odd glitch, where either the thing doesn't seem to be there at all, or you get the heartbeat, but can't find it.

On a few occasions, logging out and rejoining has solved the problem (although occasionally moving the search area on the map slightly) and on one or two occasions, the thing just disappeared, and I was told I'd completed the map.  On those occasions I've just assumed that Madam Nazar has conned me with a dodgy map, and moved on with my life.

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10 hours ago, dredd1961 said:

My advice don't buy them. There are enough content on Youtube that you can access via Reddit to collect stuff. I know I have made over 100k using the info available from YT content creators. 

Naah, I'll stick with the game maps. I'm normally not much of a collector, never 100%-ed a game etc, because that kinda requires you to google stuff, and that seems rather boring to me. But with the Collector's maps, that's just enough gamefication to make it fun for me.

But I get it, different strokes for different folks, no judgment here.

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