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Incomplete CotD Walktrough/Guide 
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Hi friends.
I started with CotD guide when this game come out during first access, but i never finished it. My saves gone after instalation of new version of n-gage client after full launch and now, i admit, im too lazy to play whole game again and also too lazy to continue with this guide. This is why i decided to release it for you unfinished and i hope there will be someone who will continue my work.
I was gathering miscellaneous game data for about one month every day, especially when i got the useful fish finder. Document contains:

- level list (my highest level was 30, maybe the list is not 100% right)
- point pickups list (there was no points pickups overview in this game during first access)
- fishing tools overview (incomplete)
- minigames list

for each location there is:
- anglers store items
- complete betiary
- detailed bestiary (incomplete for alaska and thailand) containing the fish/item occurence related to grid map and exact GPS coordinated taken using fish finder, fish/item depth, daytime and some other information
- quest list (incomplete for scotland)
- resort hints
- boss fish info and hints


anyway this guide contains lots of helpful informations even not finished and i hope it will help someone and if there is someone who would like to finish my work or use it for creating another guide, please let me know via PM.

Document can be found here
it has unicode coding, so i hope there will be no problem with the special characters.

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Mon May 12, 2008 1:25 pm
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Kudos for you! :)

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Wed May 14, 2008 11:21 am
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Absolutely amazing, wow, that's pretty much a book!

It just shows how complex and deep COTD is, that someone can write so much material about it.

I've done a news item about this on All About N-Gage, so more people get to know about this:

http://www.allaboutngage.com/news/item/ ... reatur.php


Thu May 15, 2008 11:39 am
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The official N-Gage blog has noticed it too:

http://blog.n-gage.com/archive/cotdwalkthru/


Thu May 15, 2008 9:34 pm
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thanks, it seems people like it. i have to say i never wrote any guide, but i always wanted to do this. however i found CotD more complex than i thought and i found that it is too much for me for the first try :oops:

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Fri May 16, 2008 1:29 pm
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I think this should be a sticky thread in this forum... :-)


Fri Jun 06, 2008 9:57 pm
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