Hail and well met adventurers! Today i'll introduce you about being a good player in Campaign, Co-op and Multiplayer. First things first. What is good player? Good player means who has done best things (even himself/herself) in right situations, coordinating teams, communicating and helping and publishing/using strategies (not meta things, trust me.) Requirements: 1-Knowledge (based on the game. For example knowledge in CH depends on your old games such as Baldur's Gate, Fallout, Icewind Dale, Arcanum, D&D etc.) 2-Nice Attitude: This is the most important thing we will see in Co-op topic. 3-Understanding in helping and communication. (Just stop playing selfish) Campaign: Campaign will be your first playground in this game. You should enjoy while playing and finish campaigns fast as possible for unlocking contents such as 'No Party Death' etc. For new players i highly recommend to save your party without items. So you can unequip your party (for lazy players of course) immidiately and prepare for another campaign. Always use items which is effective for monsters. For example Crushing damage will be awesome for skeletons, plant monsters who has Tough Bark but dont use it on Jellies. You can combine your mage with 'boiling armor or armor discard spells' however its just a losing time on campaign. Co-op: Every 7 of 10 player in CH doesnt know about passing. In early maps it will not be a problem but further dungeons it can be fatal. Every person should skip turn if doesnt needed. If two person needed turn in same time it must be calculated in priority. Lets thing about 2 trolls against 1 priest and 1 mage. Both in caught and Mage's turn to play. If priest has healing or nimbus abilitiy mage should pass instead of walking away from Troll. Yes, this is common mistake in CH and believe it or not it happens everyday. Second mistake is blaming team for your own or their fault. We are all humans(except me. I am dragon). We can do mistakes. Blaming them is just making their psychology bad and opens their mind to more mistake dones. If someone do mistake, just warn him friendly. If he does again, just try to teach him about playing style of yours or game basics. Multiplayer: For PvP, CH is a great game which defeated player congratulate winner. We are all amazed with this friendship and fair players BUT ! some of them making fun about losing player. This is wrong in many ways. You can be a great PvPer at all but sadly this is a game lobby with a limited persons. This acts only repel persons from PvP (which is your talent and fun) ALSO a person can quit game which affects entire game. Our To-Do list is: 1- Congratulate both side and enjoy playing not winning or losing 2- Remember one day you can lose your game. No one can win them all. 3- If you like his/her playing style; add him/her as friend and discuss strategies 4- If you see someone who is losing a lot, try to communicate him and teach basics about player versus player 5- Dont get stress from thinking about winning. Just feel relax, enjoy the game and your opponents play. and Bonus.... Chat room! Chatroom is where people socialize and seeks companions for Loot Fairy, spesific dungeons, talks, etc etc. So... here psalms comes from our gaming bible: P.24: Be polite, you can get whatever you want in possible ( help, answer, talk, friendship etc) P.28: Never insult anyone. The guy you insulted can be your teammate, a winner opponent or even your next love. (Angels are blessed us with gamer girls) P.76.1: Dont feed trolls and spammers. .2: Do a summoning rite of moderator .3: Wait for his/her unleash ban hell strike spell. P.665: Warn somoene if they cross the lines. Talking in bad language, links which leads another bad dimensions are forbidden. If the mod is online leave them to mods. P.666: Always say 'hello'. Sincerely Ystaeth.