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Project website https://github.com/habitRPG/habitica
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Repository containing Weblate translations https://translate.habitica.com/git/habitica/settings/
Filemaskwebsite/common/locales/*/faq.json
Monolingual base language filewebsite/common/locales/en/faq.json
Translation file website/common/locales/en@lolcat/faq.json
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Habitica / FaqEnglish (en@lolcat)

Committed changes 12 days ago
LionFox

New translation

Habitica / FaqEnglish (en@lolcat)

If you think you’ve encountered a bug, go to Menu > Help & FAQ > Get Help to look for quick fixes, known issues, or to report the bug to us. We’ll do everything we can to assist you.

To send feedback or request a feature, you can access our feedback form from Menu > Help & FAQ > Submit Feedback. If we have any questions, we’ll reach out to you for more information!
If you think you’ve encountered a bug, go to Menu > Help & FAQ > Get Help to look for quick fixes, known issues, or to report the bug to us. We’ll do everything we can to assist you.

To send feedback or request a feature, you can access our feedback form from Menu > Help & FAQ > Submit Feedback. If we have any questions, we’ll reach out to you for more information!
12 days ago
LionFox

New translation

Habitica / FaqEnglish (en@lolcat)

If you think you’ve encountered a bug, go to Menu > Support > Get Help to look for quick fixes, known issues, or to report the bug to us. We’ll do everything we can to assist you.

To send feedback or request a feature, you can access our feedback form from Menu > Support > Submit Feedback. If we have any questions, we’ll reach out to you for more information!
If you think you’ve encountered a bug, go to Menu > Support > Get Help to look for quick fixes, known issues, or to report the bug to us. We’ll do everything we can to assist you.

To send feedback or request a feature, you can access our feedback form from Menu > Support > Submit Feedback. If we have any questions, we’ll reach out to you for more information!
12 days ago
LionFox

New translation

Habitica / FaqEnglish (en@lolcat)

Gems are purchased with real money from Menu > Purchase Gems. When you buy Gems, you are helping us to keep Habitica running. We’re very grateful for every bit of support!

In addition to buying Gems directly, there are three other ways players can gain Gems:

* Win a Challenge that has been set up by another player. Go to Menu > Challenges to join some.
* Subscribe and unlock the ability to buy a certain number of Gems per month.
* Contribute your skills to the Habitica project. See this wiki page for more details: [Contributing to Habitica](http://habitica.fandom.com/wiki/Contributing_to_Habitica).

Keep in mind that items purchased with Gems do not offer any statistical advantages, so players can still make use of the app without them!
Gems are purchased with real money by tapping on the Gem icon in the headerfrom Menu > Purchase Gems. When peopleyou buy Gems, theyyou are helping us to keep the siteHabitica running. We're very grateful for theirevery bit of support!

In addition to buying Gems directly, there are three other ways players can gain Gems:

* Win a Challenge that has been set up by another player. Go to SocialMenu > Challenges to join some.
* Subscribe and unlock the ability to buy a certain number of Gems per month.
* Contribute your skills to the Habitica project. See this wiki page for more details: [Contributing to Habitica](http://habitica.wikiafandom.com/wiki/Contributing_to_Habitica).

Keep in mind that items purchased with Gems do not offer any statistical advantages, so players can still make use of the app without them!
12 days ago
LionFox

New translation

Habitica / FaqEnglish (en@lolcat)

Gems are purchased with real money from Menu > Purchase Gems. When you buy Gems, you are helping us to keep Habitica running. We’re very grateful for every bit of support!

In addition to buying Gems directly, there are three other ways players can gain Gems:

* Win a Challenge that has been set up by another player. Go to Menu > Challenges to join some.
* Subscribe and unlock the ability to buy a certain number of Gems per month.
* Contribute your skills to the Habitica project. See this wiki page for more details: [Contributing to Habitica](http://habitica.fandom.com/wiki/Contributing_to_Habitica).

Keep in mind that items purchased with Gems do not offer any statistical advantages, so players can still make use of the app without them!
Gems are purchased with real money by tapping on the Gem icon in the headerfrom Menu > Purchase Gems. When peopleyou buy Gems, theyyou are helping us to keep the siteHabitica running. We're very grateful for theirevery bit of support!

In addition to buying Gems directly, there are three other ways players can gain Gems:

* Win a Challenge that has been set up by another player. Go to SocialMenu > Challenges to join some.
* Subscribe and unlock the ability to buy a certain number of Gems per month.
* Contribute your skills to the Habitica project. See this wiki page for more details: [Contributing to Habitica](http://habitica.wikiafandom.com/wiki/Contributing_to_Habitica).

Keep in mind that items purchased with Gems do not offer any statistical advantages, so players can still make use of the app without them!
12 days ago
LionFox

Translation changed

Habitica / FaqEnglish (en@lolcat)

First, you need to join or start a Party (see [How to play Habitica with my friends](https://habitica.com/static/faq/5)). Although you can battle monsters alone, we recommend playing in a group, because this will make Quests much easier. Plus, having a friend to cheer you on as you accomplish your tasks is very motivating!

Next, you need a Quest Scroll, which are stored under Menu > Items. There are three ways to get a scroll:

- At level 15, you get a Quest-line, aka three linked quests. More Quest-lines unlock at levels 30, 40, and 60 respectively.
- When you invite people to your Party, you'll be rewarded with the Basi-List Scroll!
- You can buy Quests from the Quests Shop for Gold and Gems.

To battle the Boss or collect items for a Collection Quest, simply complete your tasks normally, and they will be tallied into damage overnight. (Reloading by pulling down on the screen may be required to see the Boss's health bar go down.) If you are fighting a Boss and you missed any Dailies, the Boss will damage your Party at the same time that you damage the Boss.

After level 11 Mages and Warriors will gain Skills that allow them to deal additional damage to the Boss, so these are excellent classes to choose at level 10 if you want to be a heavy hitter.
First, you need to join or start a Party (see [How to play Habitica with my friends](https://habitica.com/static/faq/5#party-with-friends)). Although you can battle monsters alone, we recommend playing in a group, because this will make Quests much easier. Plus, having a friend to cheer you on as you accomplish your tasks is very motivating!

Next, you need a Quest Scroll, which are stored under Menu > Items. There are three ways to get a scroll:

- At level 15, you get a Quest-line, aka three linked quests. More Quest-lines unlock at levels 30, 40, and 60 respectively.
- When you invite people to your Party, you'll be rewarded with the Basi-List Scroll!
- You can buy Quests from the Quests Shop for Gold and Gems.

To battle the Boss or collect items for a Collection Quest, simply complete your tasks normally, and they will be tallied into damage overnight. (Reloading by pulling down on the screen may be required to see the Boss's health bar go down.) If you are fighting a Boss and you missed any Dailies, the Boss will damage your Party at the same time that you damage the Boss.

After level 11 Mages and Warriors will gain Skills that allow them to deal additional damage to the Boss, so these are excellent classes to choose at level 10 if you want to be a heavy hitter.
12 days ago
LionFox

New translation

Habitica / FaqEnglish (en@lolcat)

First, you need to join or start a Party (see [How to play Habitica with my friends](https://habitica.com/static/faq/5)). Although you can battle monsters alone, we recommend playing in a group, because this will make Quests much easier. Plus, having a friend to cheer you on as you accomplish your tasks is very motivating!

Next, you need a Quest Scroll, which are stored under Menu > Items. There are three ways to get a scroll:

- At level 15, you get a Quest-line, aka three linked quests. More Quest-lines unlock at levels 30, 40, and 60 respectively.
- When you invite people to your Party, you'll be rewarded with the Basi-List Scroll!
- You can buy Quests from the Quests Shop for Gold and Gems.

To battle the Boss or collect items for a Collection Quest, simply complete your tasks normally, and they will be tallied into damage overnight. (Reloading by pulling down on the screen may be required to see the Boss's health bar go down.) If you are fighting a Boss and you missed any Dailies, the Boss will damage your Party at the same time that you damage the Boss.

After level 11 Mages and Warriors will gain Skills that allow them to deal additional damage to the Boss, so these are excellent classes to choose at level 10 if you want to be a heavy hitter.
First, you need to join or start a Party (see above[How to play Habitica with my friends](https://habitica.com/static/faq/5)). Although you can battle monsters alone, we recommend playing in a group, because this will make Quests much easier. Plus, having a friend to cheer you on as you accomplish your tasks is very motivating!

Next, you need a Quest Scroll, which are stored under Menu > Items. There are three ways to get a scroll:

- At level 15, you get a Quest-line, aka three linked quests. More Quest-lines unlock at levels 30, 40, and 60 respectively.
- When you invite people to your Party, you'll be rewarded with the Basi-List Scroll!
- You can buy Quests from the Quests Shop for Gold and Gems.

To battle the Boss or collect items for a Collection Quest, simply complete your tasks normally, and they will be tallied into damage overnight. (Reloading by pulling down on the screen may be required to see the Boss's health bar go down.) If you are fighting a Boss and you missed any Dailies, the Boss will damage your Party at the same time that you damage the Boss.

After level 11 Mages and Warriors will gain Skills that allow them to deal additional damage to the Boss, so these are excellent classes to choose at level 10 if you want to be a heavy hitter.
12 days ago
LionFox

New translation

Habitica / FaqEnglish (en@lolcat)

The blue bar that appeared when you hit level 10 and chose a Class is your Mana bar. As you continue to level up, you will unlock special Skills that cost Mana to use. Each Class has different Skills, which appear after level 11 in the action bar at the bottom of the screen. Unlike your Health bar, your Mana bar does not reset when you gain a level. Instead, Mana is gained when you complete good Habits, Dailies, and To Do's, and lost when you indulge bad Habits. You'll also regain some Mana overnight -- the more Dailies you completed, the more you will gain.
The blue bar that appeared when you hit level 10 and chose a Class is your Mana bar. As you continue to level up, you will unlock special Skills that cost Mana to use. Each Class has different Skills, which appear after level 11 in the action bar at the bottom of the screen. Unlike your Health bar, your Mana bar does not reset when you gain a level. Instead, Mana is gained when you complete good Habits, Dailies, and To- Do's, and lost when you indulge bad Habits. You'll also regain some Mana overnight -- the more Dailies you completed, the more you will gain.
12 days ago
LionFox

New translation

Habitica / FaqEnglish (en@lolcat)

The blue bar that appeared when you hit level 10 and chose a Class is your Mana bar. As you continue to level up, you will unlock special Skills that cost Mana to use. Each Class has different Skills, which appear after level 11 under Menu > Skills. Unlike your health bar, your Mana bar does not reset when you gain a level. Instead, Mana is gained when you complete Good Habits, Dailies, and To Do's, and lost when you indulge bad Habits. You'll also regain some Mana overnight -- the more Dailies you completed, the more you will gain.
The blue bar that appeared when you hit level 10 and chose a Class is your Mana bar. As you continue to level up, you will unlock special Skills that cost Mana to use. Each Class has different Skills, which appear after level 11 under Menu > Skills. Unlike your health bar, your Mana bar does not reset when you gain a level. Instead, Mana is gained when you complete Good Habits, Dailies, and To- Do's, and lost when you indulge bad Habits. You'll also regain some Mana overnight -- the more Dailies you completed, the more you will gain.
12 days ago
LionFox

New translation

Habitica / FaqEnglish (en@lolcat)

The blue bar that appeared when you hit level 10 and chose a Class is your Mana bar. As you continue to level up, you will unlock special Skills that cost Mana to use. Each Class has different Skills, which appear after level 11 under Menu > Use Skills. Unlike your health bar, your Mana bar does not reset when you gain a level. Instead, Mana is gained when you complete Good Habits, Dailies, and To Do's, and lost when you indulge bad Habits. You'll also regain some Mana overnight -- the more Dailies you completed, the more you will gain.
The blue bar that appeared when you hit level 10 and chose a Class is your Mana bar. As you continue to level up, you will unlock special Skills that cost Mana to use. Each Class has different Skills, which appear after level 11 under Menu > Use Skills. Unlike your health bar, your Mana bar does not reset when you gain a level. Instead, Mana is gained when you complete Good Habits, Dailies, and To- Do's, and lost when you indulge bad Habits. You'll also regain some Mana overnight -- the more Dailies you completed, the more you will gain.
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