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Note to editors: This page is intended to describe the various important interfaces throughout the game. This includes where to access them, default hotkeys, the interpretation of bars and symbols, etcetera. Each minor header should be accompanied with a cropped screenshot.
A wide range of interfaces that can not be categorized otherwise are listed here.
Upon launching the game, the main menu is presented. This menu can currently only be accessed via launch.
- Continue - Starts the game where the player was the last time the game was closed (server-sided auto-save).
- Settings - Opens the Settings menu.
- Redeem - Allows the player to enter codes to receive Kickstarter rewards, Discord pre-order rewards (both no longer obtainable) and paid cosmetics (planned for a future update). Redeemed content is placed in the Player Vault.
- Credits - Plays the game credits (unlocked after story completion).
- Exit - Closes the game.
- Live Streamers - Shows and links to the top 5 people streaming Temtem.
- Discord - Opens a link to the official Temtem Discord server.
- Reddit - Opens a link to the official Temtem Subreddit.
The overworld menu is accessed with the Esc or Tab keys on the keyboard or equivalent keys on controllers. Alternatively it can be opened by right clicking and then clicking on the small transparent tab that appears on the left side of the screen. It consists of a bar with several header icons, each of which expand to a column with icons leading to their own menu screens.
- Temcard icon
- Head icon
- Player - Opens the player's Tamer card.
- Backpack - Opens the player's Backpack.
- Customize - Opens the character customization menu.
- Emotes - Opens the emote wheel displaying the available emotes.
- Compass icon
- People icon
- Interact - Allows you to search through the names of nearby players, or search individual player names.-
- Friends - Opens your friends list, divided by online and offline.
- Club - Opens the club menu to search, join, or create a club if not yet part of one, or if you are in a club view the details of your club.
- Trophy icon
- Competitive - Opens the Ranked Matchmaking menu, displaying your Current TMR, season highest TMR, and total wins. Also lets you search for PvP matches on the PvP ladder.
- Tournaments - Opens the Tournament menu, this lets you subscibe to tournaments that are not yet active so will receive a notification when they are open for registration. You will need to register for a tournament to be able to play in it.
- Gear icon
- Settings - Opens the Settings menu.
- Quit Game - Closes the game.
Several elements are present on the screen while moving through the overworld.
- Mini-map - A small version of the map is displayed on the top right.
- Temessence Phial indicator - displays the condition of the Temessence Phial. If lit, the Phial is full and usable. If dim, the Phial is empty and non-usable.
- Quest Tracker - The Quest Tracker on the right shows the most recent quests and their next objectives. It can be disabled in the Settings.
- Squad - The bottom right of the screen displays icons of the player's squad Temtem, their levels, their green HP bar (top) and pink experience bar (bottom).
- Chat - The chat pane is displayed on the bottom left. It can be disabled in the Settings.
- Notification icon - When a notification occurs, an icon is displayed on the top left. When clicked on, it opens the notification screen listing the most recent active notifications. They usually pertain to server restarts/maintenance or interaction requests.
The map can be accessed from the menu or by pressing M on the keyboard. The current iteration of the map only displays the region of the island the player is currently in.
- On top of the screen a title bar with the location name and flair text is displayed.
- Bright teal parts represent areas the player can move on.
- Darker teal and blue parts represent sections the player can not reach.
- Bright green and blue parts represent grass and shallow water the player can walk on.
- Blue parts represent water the player can surf on using the Surfboard and Acid-Proof Surfboard.
- Vivid red parts represent crystal areas the player can slide or use Crystal Skates on.
- Wide red lines represent platforms the player can reach using the Rock-hopping hook.
- Orange lines represent walls the player can climb on using the Gravitonic piolets.
- Small cyan lines and red lines indicate accessible respectively inaccessible areas or buildings.
- indicates the position and direction of the player.
- indicates the position and direction of the coop player.
- indicates a main quest starting point and objective.
- indicates a side quest starting point.
- indicates a side quest objective.
- represents the Arissola Dojo.
- represents the Mokupuni Dojo.
- represents the Nanga Dojo.
- represents the Quetzal Dojo.
- represents the Vumbi Dojo.
- represents the Neoedo Dojo.
- represents the Lochburg Dojo.
- represents the Properton Dojo.
- indicates a (Mini-)Temporium.
- indicates a Boutique.
- indicates a Furniture Shop.
- and indicate an Airship Terminal or the Narwhal.
- represents the Breeding Center.
- represents the FreeTem! Organization.
- represents Mokupuni Fruit Co-op and FreshFruit Candy.
- represents Akatzin's Tamer Supplies.
- represents a Trade House.
- represents a warp-point for moving between upper and lower levels in Neoedo.
- represents a warp-point between Sacred Lake and The Highbelow?.
- represents a ladder between Properton and Sewers of Properton.
The Quest Diary is visible on the right-hand section (can be disabled/enabled in Settings) This will show the last three quests given to the player by default, but can be changed in the full quest log to show the quests you chose.
This serves as the inventory for almost all items, with exception of cosmetics and furniture.
The Player Vault can be used to store many items and preserve these between character resets. It is located on the right side in all Temporium buildings, near the shopkeeper. Untradable items are excluded from this functionality, such as Telomere Hacks. The vault is also where redeemed content (such as Kickstarter rewards or paid cosmetics) is stored after entering the redemption codes on the main menu, and such content will also automatically transfer to the vault on character reset.
The following interfaces have to do with Temtem.
All interfaces related to Combat are listed here.
Club Dojo Wars
Interfaces related to Trading are described below.
This section deals with interfaces related to character customization and player housing.