The Stellis system is an RPG-like mechanic where attorneys can explore Stellis City with their favorite male leads. While this game mode is permanent, it can sometimes be integrated into events, such as the Blissful Fête Anniversary event. Here's everything you need to know about exploring the beautiful Stellis City.
All Stellis system controls in Tears of Themis
There are two main controls for exploring Stellis City. On the bottom left of the screen, there's a barely-visible movement circle that you can drag up, down, left, and right to prompt Rosa to move. She can move vertically, horizontally, and diagonally but can't go through objects and people. On the right, there's a hand button that you can press to interact with NPCs and objects all over the city. Keep in mind that you need to be fairly close to people and objects to interact with them.
How to go to places in Stellis City in Tears of Themis
Stellis City is divided into three areas: South Waterfront, Amity Heights, and Hemingway Heights. Within these areas are districts and key locations that you can fast travel to using a taxi. And you can further explore these locations, which are often divided by "portals." To fast travel using a taxi, click on the Move button below the mini-map. Then, click on the main area that you need to go to. You'll find a list of all the key locations within that area. Select a key location to teleport to it.
Some tasks may require you to go to areas that aren't on the list of key locations. These are places you can travel to by walking. Click on the mini-map to open the larger map. When you see a green band, it indicates that there's a "portal" that will lead you from one sub-area to another. These are also represented by green arrows on the ground.
How to complete tasks in Stellis City in Tears of Themis
Click on the task menu on the left of the screen to open up tasks, divided across Story, Weekly, and Event Daily tasks. Event main stories fall under the Story task category, so this segment is not necessarily permanent. Choose a task you want to do and click Track Target if you need help locating your next stop. Each task is divided by color, and the same colored dot will show up on the map to locate the task.
Most tasks are presented as events that can easily be spotted on the ground. But some tasks require you to interact with NPCs, so check the map for the colored dot to indicate where your next stop is. You can only track one task at a time but can work on as many tasks at the same time.
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