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Achievements such as "Slice of life" and "Chestmaster 2000" require that you interact with a certain number of interactive objects. These objects appear to all players in co-op, and seem to benefit all players when any one player interacts with them. So - when another player in my party interact with one of these objects, does it count towards my achievements?

Slice of Life

Use 50 Health wells

Chestmaster 2000

Open 2000 chests

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I highly doubt that, but I have no proof :/ –  deutschZuid May 17 '12 at 3:54
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Both Health Wells and chests only count for the person that opened them.

I just joined a multiplayer game to test this out. I started at 37 chests and 5 health wells, and my friend had 78 chests and 10 health wells. He opened a chest and, after a delay of 3 or 4 minutes, his updated to 79, while mine stayed at 37. The next chest I opened, and after a delay mine incremented and his did not. We found a pair of health wells, and noticed the same behavior. After a few minute delay, the person who interacted with the object got credit while the other person did not.

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Excellent research. A bummer, but thanks for checking it out. –  EBongo May 18 '12 at 11:48
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