While playing any game, disconnections can occur. Often it’s the game, in some cases it is our connection. It can be irritating, however Minecraft Dungeons appears to be rather robust when it comes to dealing with what takes place to your loot.
If you disconnect from the game, then any loot that you have actually gathered till that point will still be in your inventory, which is greatnews That excellent pickage you found? When you link again, that will still be there waiting for you.
Even much better, if you disconnect after a quest is over, however before you have a chance to open completion of quest chest that pops up after each and every quest, you will be filled directly back into the screen and will have the ability to get that high tier loot.
Regrettably, any loot that was on the ground when you detached and didn’t get a chance to pick up, will be gone when you get back into the game with your friends.
It is a good concept to handle your inventory from time to time while you are playing through a level. Restore any items that you do not want to make more space, and avoid being flooded withloot It’s simple and fast to see which items should be kept, as the Power number on each weapon will be the main driving aspect in the early game.
Later On on it will end up being more about what magics weapons have, however in the early game it is much better to focus on raw power so you can keep pressing the difficulty level up for much better rewards.