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Sat, 11 Aug 2018 15:15:18
Archangel3371 said:

If you want to co-op with your friend or friends then have someone start an online session and give those you want to join your session code. You can password lock these as well so random people can’t join. When people are in your session you don’t need to send up an S.O.S. flare for them to join. They can just select “Join Quest in progress” at the message board. Everyone in your session will get a notification whenever someone starts up a quest. When someone starts a quest they will be the quest leader and you can wait for the other people to join and ready up before you start so everyone can take off and start the quest together.

That's marginally less of a fuss.  Although, because I am playing the PC version, but away from my PC with only an Xbox360 controller within reach, I can not enter passwords, as it requires use of the keyboard.  Nyaa

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Sat, 11 Aug 2018 23:40:49

Well you don’t need to set a password but you’ll run the risk of having random people join your session although to be fair I found most people just search for S.O.S. flares. Plus you can have 16 players per session so you can have random people doing their own thing while you and your buddies are doing your own quests. Still though having you and your friends set up one online session that you all join makes doing quests together much better then one of you sending up an S.O.S. flare and then trying to join that quest. The S.O.S. flare system was designed for random player joins.

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Wed, 05 Sep 2018 22:44:33
Ugh. I was doing an expedition in the coral Highlands, stumbled on a grymalkine asking help in slaying 2 of those blue flashy raptors. Being a good guy, I took care of slaying 2 only to realize that somehow the quest wasn't active. Hrm I don't know what the hell went wrong, but it sure managed to dampen my hunter spirits...
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Thu, 06 Sep 2018 14:23:12
Yeah that's annoying. Happened to me multiple times. I don't remember if you have to go back and actively accept the quest or just go back to get it registered.
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Thu, 06 Sep 2018 14:34:29
robio said:
Yeah that's annoying. Happened to me multiple times. I don't remember if you have to go back and actively accept the quest or just go back to get it registered.

I did travel back afterwards, but that grymalkine just smirked at me like it didn't recognize me.  Bloody cats, think they can get away with anything...

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