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The Geoposition is a co-ordinate based system. It allows you to tell people where you are and to navigate the rich world of dofus.
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The Geoposition is a co-ordinate based system. It allows you to tell people where you are and to navigate the rich world of Dofus.
   
It follows the format of [x,y], and the centre of the entire world @ [0,0] is a temple in Amakna.
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It follows the format of (x,y), and the centre of the entire world at (0,0) is a [[Kanojedo]] in Amakna. Dofus' y-axis is inverted from the standard Cartesian coordinate system; i.e., "up" from (0,0) is (0,-1), "down" from (0,0) is (0,1).
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[[Image:Geoposition.png|thumb|right|70px|Geoposition button]]
Opening up the Geoposition screen in game will give you a map which you can look over, check the position of the nearest thing, zoom and place flags. Placing a flag will allow the compass (below your health display on the main screen) to point to where you plan to go to. Looking on the Geoposition map will also give you guidance throught hard to navigate areas, e.g. the [[labyrinth]].
 
   
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Opening up the Geoposition screen by clicking this button on the right of your screen in game will give you a map which you can look over, check the position of the nearest thing, zoom and place flags. Placing a flag will allow the minimap (bottom right of main screen for default layout) to point to where you plan to go to. Looking on the Geoposition map will also give you guidance through hard to navigate areas, e.g. the [[The Evil Forest|labyrinth]]. Some dungeons (and other areas) override the world map, replacing it with their own.
 
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Latest revision as of 15:10, September 21, 2019

The Geoposition is a co-ordinate based system. It allows you to tell people where you are and to navigate the rich world of Dofus.

It follows the format of (x,y), and the centre of the entire world at (0,0) is a Kanojedo in Amakna. Dofus' y-axis is inverted from the standard Cartesian coordinate system; i.e., "up" from (0,0) is (0,-1), "down" from (0,0) is (0,1).

Geoposition

Geoposition button

Opening up the Geoposition screen by clicking this button on the right of your screen in game will give you a map which you can look over, check the position of the nearest thing, zoom and place flags. Placing a flag will allow the minimap (bottom right of main screen for default layout) to point to where you plan to go to. Looking on the Geoposition map will also give you guidance through hard to navigate areas, e.g. the labyrinth. Some dungeons (and other areas) override the world map, replacing it with their own.

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