Note: This guide assumes you have downloaded and installed Antilia, and have created a character and logged in with it.
First Things First
The very first thing you should do upon entering the game is to locate and left-click on the base-camp
takadynn, pictured to the left.
The Takadynn functions as both a restore point and a teleport marker. By clicking on one, you add it to your list of available teleport destinations,
and set it as your restore point in case you are killed.
There are many Takadynn scattered across the Isle of Kasau - you should click on every one that you find initially, to build up a library of places you can
teleport to instantly.
To teleport, select "Teleport from the main menu, or hit 't'. A list of known Takadynns will be displayed, and the location of the currently selected destination
will be displayed on the local-area map. Note that teleporting costs a significant amount of energy, which can be replenished by food.
Alpha Note: While Antilia is in alpha/beta, players can teleport even if they do not have enough energy to do so. This is to allow
players always escape should they become stuck somehow.
Learn Some Skills
The second things a new character needs to do, is to learn some basic skills to start using. Initially, the player will start with a couple skills - but there are
additional skills that can be learned by talking with NPCs.
Try to at least learn one cooking skill to start out - and keep in mind there are NPCs outside of the camp that can teach you skills as well.
Another structure you will quickly come across is the exploration marker. While the origin and original purpose of these ancient markers is unknown - they provide
insights into local lore, and can be activated by left-clicking them. Find and activate as many as you can to increase your exploration rank.
Keep an Eye Out for Ingredients
While exploring the wild - keep your eyes (and ears) open for items you can interact with. Several plants provide ingredients, and other objects you encounter may provide
you with you useful items.