LifeAfter Camp feature lets you access more functions and benefits. Check out our LifeAfter Camp guide to create, join, leave. Check out the comments below for more info.
LifeAfter Camp Guide For Beginners⇓
Note – This is the basic guide and does not cover information like territory, trade city, camp pond, and strategies to grow camp. We will cover all these aspects in the next post. In this post, you will learn how to create a camp, how things work, about the contribution, and all the basics things that you need to know as a beginner. There are some tricky things, which are not easy to understand. If you have any questions, please comment below. Let’s get started – LifeAfter Camp basics guide!
LifeAfter Camp – Creating The Camp and Joining The Camp
As soon as you pass the tutorial or enter the game directly by answering all the questions, required to skip the tutorial, you will land on the development zone. After completing the first few quests(In these quests, you receive the facilities from the mailbox and place it on the home foundation), a private camp quest will get unlocked.
In this private quest, you visit the camp administrator Billy, who works in the commerce bureau, 101. To visit the 101(town), head to the helicopter point(tap the mini-map at the upper-right corner of the screen – find the red color exit point) -> open -> zone -> 101. Once you reach the 101(town), open the mini-map again and find (i) mark(As shown in the below picture). That’s the commerce bureau.
There you will see Billy, the camp application administrator. Interact with her and choose to talk. There you have four options;
- I want to know about the private camps
- I’ve prepared the 18500 gold bars, needed to create a camp. Please give me an application form
- And, I want to join a camp. Do you have any camp info?
- I have a few more things to do in 101
If you want to create a camp, choose the 2nd option. After that, you will see an application form. Here’s how to fill that form: –
First, keep in mind that you need at least 18500 gold bars to become a mayor or create a camp. And, you are paying only 60% of the amount. The game lets you pay up to 80% of the amount. If you choose 70% or 80%, the amount will increase(around 20,000 – 25,000).
In the camp name, name your camp.
Add Permissions; Free Entry, Approval Required. If you choose the free entry, other players will join your camp instantly without getting approval from you(mayor). If you choose the approval, you will have to manually approve the players’ applications(who wants to join your camp).
LifeAfter Camp Application – Crowd Funding/Service Charge⇓
This is the tricky part. As we mentioned above, you can pay up to 80% of the amount yourself. The rest 20% amount will be funded by other players. When you pay the amount(60% or 70% or 80%), the camp administrator will approve your application. Once the application approved, your camp will be listed in the camp search where other players can support your camp. Now, 40% amount is still left(depends on personal funding). This amount is funded by other players. As soon as other players support or fund this amount, you will receive the notification in the chatbox and the game will grant you a camp.
So what is the service charge? It is the amount that you need to pay to collect funds from other players. You have three options; 1 day, 2 days, and 4 days. If you choose 1 day, the funds should be collected within a day. You can increase the time duration to collect funds by paying more service charges. 1 day – 500, 2 days – 900, 4 days – 1500. We would recommend you to choose 1 day. The game is new and lots of players are willing to fund.
LifeAfter Camp Application – Personal Funding Ratio⇓
In this category, you have three options; 60%, 70%, and 80%. How much amount you can pay yourself? 60%, 70% or 80%. If you choose 60%, you will have to pay 18,500 gold bars. That’s the minimum amount. We would recommend you to choose 60%. Rest 40% amount will be funded by other players.
LifeAfter Camp Application – Crowd Funding Participants⇓
In this category, you have to select the number of participants who will support your camp(fund). For example; In the personal funding ration, you selected 60%. Now, 40% amount is due. How many participants can pay this due amount(40%)? 7, 8, 9? These players will join your camp without approval. That’s how crowdfunding works. They will pay this amount(gold bars). At the bottom of the application form, you can check the amount that will be paid by per person.
Once you are done, tap the ⇒ option to go to the next page. Select the camp type(you can change it later). Add camp introduction. Tap the tick mark next to your name to confirm.
After that, if you interact with Billy -> choose view progress, you can check the progress. As soon as the funded succeed, the game will grant you a camp. Read the guide below for more details. Let’s learn how to join the camp quickly.
Choose the third option(I want to join) if you want to join a camp.
This is another tricky part. When you choose to join a camp, the game will show you the list of camps. There are two types of camps; In progress, already created. In Progress – If you have read the above guide(to create camp), then it would be easy for you to understand. These are the camps, which are looking for supporters to pay due amount. If you support these camps by paying a small number of gold bars, you will get the approval directly. Already Created – These are the established camps. You will have to apply for these camps. You don’t get direct approval(if permission is set). It would be in the hand of the mayor of the camp whether to accept your application or not.
LifeAfter Camp – How To Quickly Join The Camp?
After choosing the second option(join), you will see the list of camps. Tap the filter button -> uncheck the box next to can join. Now, you will see the camps, which are looking for supporters. If there is no camp, wait! Pay a small number of gold bars -> support -> that’s it.
How to earn gold bars in LifeAfter?
At the top-right side of the game screen, tap the daily option. It will show you the list of events. Complete these events to earn gold bars. If you are a beginner, we would recommend you to complete the autumn forest event. It will reward you 500 gold bars. If this event is not available, wait! At the top of the event screen, tap schedule -> autumn forest. If you have any question, comment below!
After Creating and Joining!
In LifeAfter, as soon as you create or join a camp, you will be able to move your manor to the camp. Visit the development zone(through helicopter) -> In the dev zone, find Rachel and interact -> move house. After that, you will get a gift from NPCs. In the camp’s town hall, you can access bank, target training, data center, merchants, and more features.
How To Leave A Camp In LifeAfter?
If your camp is not active, you should leave it and join an active camp. Keep in mind that you can not leave it within 24 hours after joining the camp. To leave the camp -> go to the town hall(camp’s town hall, not 101) -> find city hall -> enter city hall -> go upstairs -> on the first floor, you will see Crazy Huntress. Talk to her -> Leave. You will need to pay a small amount of fee(gold bars). After that, your manor will be moved to the development zone(including all facilities, except crops).
In the camp’s town hall -> find bank -> go inside -> go close to the vault(looks like an ATM) -> use -> resources -> donate.
So this is the LifeAfter Camp basics guide. We will cover the rest aspects such as the camp pond, territory, and more in the next posts.
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This post was last updated on March 1st, 2023