Location[edit | edit source]
The camp entrance is located southeast of the City Ruins. There is a transporter located inside the camp itself for fast travel. Fences are set up in a defense position, and the camp itself is hidden in a clearing behind some old buildings. The area is actually quite large and extends back to reveal homes and storage facilities.
Points of Interest[edit | edit source]
|The Resistance Camp leader, Anemone, provides vital mission reports and sidequests. You can access the terminal behind her as A2. This contains 3 novels titled Anemone: Encounter, Understanding and Separation.|
|Appearing after 9S ends up in the Copied City, they sell unique Plug-in Chips, as well as the Type-3 Sword and Type-3 Blade.|
|After completing a quest to repair his broken tools, this Weapons Dealer sells Beastbane, Ancient Overlord and Beastlord. He can upgrade any existing weapons to level 3 if the player has the right materials.|
|Sells a variety of items, including Recovery Items and basic plug-in chips. As with all merchants selling plug-in chips, they are always at the highest storage cost possible for their level. His inventory gradually expands on repeat playthroughs.|
|This woman sells Pod Programs and storage upgrades, allows upgrading of Pod weapons with the right materials, and can fuse plug-in chips up to level 6.|
|Offers tutorial advice. After route C/D is complete, she will become a merchant selling any remaining achievements or trophies. Buying one of these will actually award it to the player.|
|You can use the jukebox to play various records obtained throughout the game. A bench nearby can be used to have the player character sit and listen.|
The jukebox automatically switches off if the character moves away from it.
|This location is used for two of the Sorting Trouble series of quests.|
Notes[edit | edit source]
- The people residing at the camp change depending on the chapter and events that have taken place.
- Speaking to Anemone at any time while in the camp adds vocals to the music playing in the background.
Trivia[edit | edit source]
- The Supply Trader who refuses to replace his damaged leg because it is his only remaining original component is a reference to a thought experiment called the Ship of Theseus: the question in both cases is whether the gradual replacement of every part of something eventually causes it to cease to be the original thing, and if so, at what point this occurs.
- A number of WW2-era German StG 44 assault rifles can be found lying around the camp, along with intact versions of the Broken Firearm rocket launcher caught by fishing. They cannot be used and are simply decoration.