By: Tiger Style
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I’ll be sharing hints, tips and cheats for Waking Mars that I thought people might be having trouble with.
“What Will Rise”: If you’re having trouble getting to level 5 Biomass in “What Will Rise,” try this trick. I accidentally caused a Phyta to drop its egg down into this area with a bunch of Halid Zoa (you can’t personally go down there, but seeds do drop). The Halid Zoa kept creating seeds, which the Phyta kept picking up and using to reproduce. You can essentially create a self-sustaining system in there that requires no more work from you. In no time, I reached Biomass 5!
To heal the broken reservoir, you need to find a Byzania. You can find one at Canyon Vista. Take a sample of it and go back to the broken reservoir to grow a Byzania in front of the hole!
To calibrate the image, look for the spot where it kind of looks like planets in or it around the sun.
Areas like Feranmaxes are heard to get maxed Biomass without reproducing Cycots. To do so, keep giving them seeds and they’ll take it back to their breeding ground. You’ll get 40 biomass, but you won’t witness the reproduction unless you can get close to their nest. It should take 4 seeds for them to reproduce, and you’ll see a red sphere (egg) created before you get the 40 points.
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