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Official Changelog. Click here to see the new Equipment. This is a community translated changelog from here, if you notice any mistakes, feel free to point them out. Sidimote The region of Sidimote is redone and enriched with new contents (monsters, panoplies, dungeons etc.). Two new dungeons are available: the "Manor of the Katrepat" (level 200) in the area of the "Deacons" and the "Magik Riktus" (level 90) in the area of the "Route des Roulottes ". New quests are available, they are distributed in different areas of the region, and are associated with new Successes. The Amakna militia now offers 4 new Bounty Monsters. Combat Class spells that remove MP now have a maximum cumulative limit. It will therefore no longer be possible to exceed their limit per turn by having several same classes in the same fight. This change only affects fights that include multiple same classes on the same team. Summons of player characters now have a maximum of 15 seconds to complete their turns. We have reduced this duration to speed up the fighting when players control the summons themselves. We believe that controllable summons have a range of spells and possibilities that are sufficiently limited to be exploited during shorter turns of play. The button to pass his turn is grayed out of his turn. In battle preparation phase, the / players and / list commands to list combatants and /kick name to eject a character from the combat function correctly. In combat against the Moon in creature mode, the Water Totem appears correctly in the form of an invocation. The damage preview no longer displays critical hits for a weapon that can not cause it. Damage preview works correctly on a target under the effect of the Elemental Shield spell of the Huppermage. The damage preview works correctly when the spell causes a Telefrag. Damage preview works correctly when damage reduction or resistance bonus reaches 100%. The damage preview correctly takes into account the state of gravity when there is pushback damage. The damage preview correctly takes into account the spell effects for which the target is pushing or attracting the caster. Damage preview works correctly on the first turn of the Sacrificing Blood Punishment. In the quest tracking interface, the option to display all of a quest's cue points works correctly Kolossium In some cases, players who used a port other than the default port might encounter difficulties connecting to the ISK servers; Now if the ISKcan not be connected to a specific port, the client will try to connect successively to the list of available ports. The priorities used for Matchmaking are changed, the characters coming from the same server are now more likely to find themselves on the same team. Incarnations are no longer usable in ISK. We were initially in favor of using them in ISK to diversify the fighting, but they are the source of too many problems currently (they are used to hide the class until the last moment, they cause abrupt changes in capacities Of a character whose rating no longer necessarily reflects the real effectiveness, etc.). Incarnations Ektope: Tofu Spectral: The spell now has a number of throws per target set at 2 and a number of throws per turn set at 3. Spectral Motivation: The AP cost of the spell is increased: 3, 3, 3, 2, 2, 2 -> 3, 3, 3, 3, 3, 3. We have modified this Incarnation because it has the capacity to cause far-reaching damage without the need to endanger oneself. Sidekicks The Sidekicks are now saved in the Rapid Equipment System. The Sidekicks are now killed in battle if their owner dies in battle. We made this change because the Sidekicks are not supposed to win battles instead of their master, they are supposed to provide additional help as secondary characters but do not have to become main characters. Sidekicks do not require investment in equipment and automatically progress through their master's level. We consider that the class characters must remain the main characters and must invest in equipment to be viable in combat. Conditions based on Achievement Points are correctly displayed on the signs of Sidekicks who use this type of condition to be equipped. In the object cards, the ethereal signs of the companions correctly display their remaining number of uses. Cra We have applied several modifications to this class to improve its ability to keep opponents at a distance through push spells, but also by adding a new spell that applies Erosion. Retreat Arrow: AP cost changed: 4 => 3 Base damage reduced by about 10% No longer causes damage to allies. In order to unlock a new spell, we have merged Lashing Arrow and Poison Arrow: now they are one spell causing Neutral Damage over time and removing MP. Lashing Arrow is renamed Poison Arrow: Max Global Accumulation: 1 Damage is Neutral, applies at the start of the turn and lasts 2 turns. Steals 3 MP from the target. The new spell (which is called the Stinging Arrow) offers two new possibilities for the Cra: from pushback to low AP cost, and Erosion. Poison Arrow is renamed Stinging Arrow: The function of the spell is changed. Applies 10% Erosion for 2 turns and pushes the target 2 cells. AP cost 2, Modifiable Range, 2 casts per target, 4 casts per turn. Ecaflip Feline Spirit: Debuff applies correctly when the spell is recast. Eliotrope Raillery: MP Reduction can no longer be unbewitched. Enutrof Clumsiness: Max Global Accumulation 1. Shovel of Judgment: Max Global Accumulation 2. Iop Cut: Max Global Accumulation 2. Huppermage A modification on Elemental Drain was necessary: the spell combines very good damage with a drain characteristic for a negligible cost. We did not want to increase its cost in AP to retain this feature (the Huppermage already has many damage spells at 3 AP) and an increase in its stimulus interval would have penalized too much the mono-element Huppermages who would have been found with fairly little ability to damage on turn 1/2. We have therefore opted for a reduction in damage caused by fate in order to maintain the flexibility of the spell, but by reducing its effectiveness. Elemental Drain: Base damage reduced by about 30% on a normal hit and by about 35% on a CH. Elemental Shield: Resistance bonus is not displayed as a bonus of PvP Resistances if applied by another character. Osamodas Symbiosia: Cooldown changed: 1 => 2. The Osamodas can already control all the summons that correspond to its fusion, we want to reduce its capacity to use this "wildcard" spell that allows too many roles to be cumulated at a time by taking control of several types of summons. We have also reduced the mobility of Tofus as well as the scope of Transposition of Tofu to make it less easy to use the Tofu to save an ally, especially if the Osamodas is not already close (and therefore a little more vulnerable), or that it is not melt Tofu. Podgy Tofu: MP changed at levels 1 to 6: 4, 4, 4, 5, 5, 6 => 3, 3, 3, 4, 4, 5 Black Tofu: MP changed at levels 1 to 6: 10, 10, 10, 10, 10, 12 => 8, 8, 8, 8, 8, 10 Transposition of Tofu: Range changed: 5 => 4 The Osamodas, whether in Dragon or Tofu form, is supposed to be a pretty vulnerable class in melee. The care effects of the Wyrmlings around their target allowed the Osamodas to be more resistant if he ever approached his opponents. The following changes are therefore applied: Wyrmlings: Red Wyrmling's (via Dragon's Breath) and Black Wyrmling's Heals no longer affect the caster. Ouginak Tibia: If the spell kills its targets, the Rage increases correctly. Carcass: Damage bonus changed at levels 5 and 6: 4, 5 => 3, 4 Effects are correctly applied if the target is killed. Marrow Bone: Damage bonus changed at level 6: 8 => 7 Effects are correctly applied if the target is killed. Protective Pelt: AP cost changed: 2 => 3 We have applied two modifications to the bestial form in order to make it less advantageous. We wish this form to be truly double-edged and that it could penalize the Ouginak if it ever changes when it is not the right time. In Bestial form, the Ouginak can no longer lock enemies. In Bestial form, the damage bonus is removed. Rogue Remission: Cooldown changed: 3 => 2. This modification allows the Rogue to better protect his bombs, while making less penalizing the use of Remission for its pushing effect. Sacrier Punishments: Cooldown changed at levels 1 to 6: 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 => 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2 There was an inconsistency in the levels of the Punishments, having a stimulus was not relevant. Masqueraider The changes made to the Masqueraiders are mainly improvements on the flexibility of his Coward Mask mode. The goal of these changes is not to do a balancing, but to make it a little more practical to use certain spells. We would like to make more significant changes to this class during the year in order to make the Coward Mask and Classic Mask modes more viable. Retention: Max Global Accumulation: 2 Apathy: Max Global Accumulation: 2 Minimum Range changed: 5 => 2 Picada: Minimum Range changed: 3 => 2 Distance: Minimum Range changed: 4 => 2 AP cost changed: 4 => 3 Base damage reduced by about 15% Pushback Distance changed at levels 1 to 6: 1, 1, 1, 1, 1, 2 => 1, 1, 2, 2, 2, 3 Monsters Glouragan: Damage caused by the Glouragan when it attacks its allies are reduced and are no longer increased by Idols increasing damage. The Gloursonde spell now increases the MPs of the allies and no longer their critical blows. Cycloporth: the monster no longer be worn. The level, characteristics, spells and spoils of the following monsters are modified and new monsters are added: Animalades, Forest animals, Gobballs, Dragodindes, Kwaks, Sewer monsters, Field plants, Tofus, Vermines fields. The bestiary of the following subfields is modified: Cradle, Astrub Fields, Ingusse Fields, Tofus Corner, Astrub Outline, Bonta Sewers, Brkmar Sewers, Astrub Forest, Swamp, Swampy Swamps, Wetlands without Background, Crackers Mountain, Astrub Grounds, Astrub Underground, Amakna Castle Underground, Wild Dragodinde Territory. The composition of the monsters' groups is modified in the following dungeons: Dungeon of the Gobballs, Dungeon of the Fields, Dungeon of the Tofu. Simple Dungeons Devblog. Catseye Catseye: Black glyphs are removed Area of Effect damage and healing are removed Starting from turn 2, at the beginning of each monster's turn, characters on the same number suffer damage (this replaces the previous 2 deletions of mechanics) Stuffing and Catch in exchange for forced position, causes Earth damage but no longer removes AP Ecaflip toilet: Causes Water Damage MP changed: 6 => 4 Soldier of Fortune: Full heart: Cooldown changed: 0 => 2, Maximum Range changed: 8 => 6 Spike Jet: Maximum Range changed: 12 => 8 Lucky Cavalier: MP changed: 6 => 5 Tiling: Cooldown changed: 0 => 2, Maximum Range changed: 10 => 6, Non-Modifiable Range Valet Veinard: MP changed: 5 => 4 Piquepocket: Cooldown changed: 1 => 2 Dame of Hasard: Gripper: Maximum Range changed: 8 => 5 Player King: Brutal Adoubability: Is now Linear Royal Blast: Damage is reduced by about 30% Vortex Vortex The percentage of life of the resurrected monsters changed: 50% => 20% Resurrected monsters now have 1 MP less The number of turns between 2 waves of monsters changed: 5 turns => 6 turns Ikargn MP changed: 6 => 5 Land Myth: Range changed: 3 => 1 Méjaire Damage reduced by about 30% Harpille Damage reduced by about 30% Buboxor Damage reduced by about 20% Shield Absorbing: Effect duration changed: 2 => 1 Hoxor: Is now Linear Brabuzar MP changed: 6 => 5 Dark Court Queen of Thieves: The number of turns before a bomb explodes is fixed at 1 turn during the entire fight The next bomb is now indicated at the beginning of the character's turn before it in the "Timeline" Death in reprieve: Range changed: 7 => 5 Haze: Area of Effect changed: circle of 4 cells => circle of 3 cells Mâchassin: Trap to The Bear: The trap now causes instantaneous damage rather than poison Without Wet: Is now Linear Strapgege: Removed Terristocrat: Illegal Bomb: Cooldown changed: 2 => 3, Cooldown is shared among all Terristocrats Smoke: Cooldown changed: 1 => 2 Lining: MP changed: 5 => 3 Doubling: Is cast at the start of the fight Circular Cut: Damage reduced by about 20%, AP Reduction changed: 4 => 3 Subtlety: Damage reduced by about 20% Bourôliste: Towards the Light: Does no Damage Magouille: Crests: Range changed: 10 => 8. Nidas King Nidas: Revision of map placements: Characters are now in the center of the map while monsters can be placed on both edges Purse is now summoned on a fixed location in the first round of combat King Nidas is no longer rooted in the first round of play MP changed: 6 => 5 Purse now gives 500 points of shield to the allies at the beginning of the turn as long as it is in the side of the players Purse has no effect if it is in the monster side Purse no longer applies the invulnerable state or erosion to King Nidas when it dies Purse now gives 400% Power for 1 turn to King Nidas when it dies (instead of 100% Power for infinite turns) My Precious: Range changed: infinite => 5 Stripping: Range changed: 3 => 1 Catch-Mutin: Range changed: 7 => 6 Kamastérisk: Blinking: Maximum Range changed: 5 => 3 Barbétoal: Little Big Bang: Removed. Trick Starder: Base Damage changed: 10 => 15 Levitrof: The Vent Tripotant: Removed Kama Haméa: Damage increased by about 20% Paspartou: MP changed: 5 => 4 Piloztère: MP changed: 6 => 5 Koutoulou Larva of Koutoulou: The Nightmare Larva as well as the associated effects are removed. If a character completes his turn in Line of Sight with Koutoulou's Larva, his level of madness increases correctly. Grofond: Fetish Tentacles: Removed. Shokkoth: MP changed: 5 => 4 Chaotic Sensation: Removed. Triangle Deming: Cooldown changed: 2 => 3 Lif-Fo: Unspeakable Cree: Removed. Grotesque Duplication: Cooldown changed: 1 => 3 Meno Meno: If a Meno enemy is on a glyph at the start of Meno's turn, he gains 1000 Shield Points but causes Damage to his nearby allies Meno's glyphs no longer show crystals The glyphs remain henceforth throughout the duration of the combat The mutation system is revised and now depends on the monsters' HP percentage at the start of their turn: More than 75% of their HP: no change Between 50% and 75% of their HP: mutation 1 Between 25% and 50% of their HP: mutation 2 Less than 25% of their HP: mutation 3 In the boss's room, monsters lose 25% of their HP each turn Mol Usk: MP changed: 5 => 4 Sticky drag: Cooldown changed: 1 => 2 Crab Yolonist: Ridiculous gesticulation: Cooldown changed: 1 => 2 Gambaf: MP changed: 5 => 4 Tilamproie: Parasitic Trap: Range changed: 8 => 6 Dantinea Dantine: Shells have 1000 HP Damage caused by characters who always have a bound shell are divided by 2 Monsters no longer enter the invulnerable state between each character turn Tourthon: Tourtorgnole: Range changed: 2 => 1 Pulp: MP changed: 6 => 5 Swirling: Is now Linear, Range changed: 12 => 10 Tryde: MP changed: 4 => 3 Rilur: Lightning Harpoon: Range changed: 3 => 2 Shadow Globilum: Lay a glyph-aura light at the end of the turn The enemies in the glyph do 20% more Damage If Silhouette is in the glyph and Shadow is outside, Shadow is no longer invulnerable. Merkator Merkator: The invulnerable state is removed Ranged Damage is reduced by 50% against Merkator Whenever Merkator suffers Ranged Damage, it gains 2% more Damage Tal Kasha Tal Kasha: Monsters in the last dungeon room no longer have bonus HP and Damage When they are resurrected, they now have 50% of their HP and 1 MP less Monsters of the Cursed Pyramid: Ranged Invulnerability is replaced by a 50% reduction to Ranged Damage Nileza Nileza: Cohobation: No longer applies Invulnerable State on Nileza Chitric Alchid: No longer triggers, characters no longer kill their allies at the end of the turn if they are too far away Chifouchimie: Area of Effect changed: cross of 2 cells => cross of 1 cell, characters kill their allies at the end of turn only if they are in Melee Range Alchymne to Joy, Gromation, Carba Gnion and Cabalcaloid: No longer kill characters but now apply the Pacifist state for 2 turns Molété sansplochable: Area of Effect changed: circle of 3 cells => circle of 2 cells Nessil: Loch: Resistance penalty replaced by a multiplier of damage suffered whose value changed: 50% => 40% Brim: Range changed: 12 => 8 Krakal: Silk Bite: Damage changed: 30% => 20% Dodox: Skill: Cooldown changed: 1 => 2 Dért Téran: Shield Point bonus given to Dodox and its allies changed: 2000 => 500 Thermistics: Glusure: Now Linear Dart: Trigger can now be unlocked Dart: AP Reduction changed: 2 => 3, Max Accumulation: 1 Droserally: Caduk: Now Linear Stigmatraque: Area of Effect changed: cross of 6 cells => cross of 4 cells Bracterie: MP Bonus removed Sporange: Pushback Distance changed: 3 => 2 MP changed: 6 => 4 Missiz Frizz Missiz Frizz: Conger spell: No longer increases monster damage when they receive damage Ice spell: No longer steals MP from enemies and no longer applies Gravity State on enemies when Missiz Frizz receives damage Ventrublion: MP changed: 6 => 4 Bidyllic: No longer triggered by Melee Damage, only Ranged Damage triggers it Bidyllic: No longer applies MP and Lock bonus to allies Bidiotism: No longer applies Heavy State on itself, but gives itself 2 MP. Stalak: Tearbreaker: Fire Damage doubled, Water Damage according to Percent HP missing removed Strik: No longer triggered by Melee Damage, only Ranged Damage triggers it Karkanik: Karkanciel: Neutral Damage according to Percent HP missing removed Voice: No longer triggered by Melee Damage, only Ranged Damage triggers it Voice Cord: No longer applies Heavy State on enemies MP changed: 5 => 4 Verglasseur: Braquage: Now triggered on turn 1 to 2 (instead of turn 2 to 3), MP bonus for allies duration changed: 2 => 1 MP changed: 6 => 5 Sylargh Sylargh: HP of the resurrected allies changed: 20% => 10% Zombidul: No longer kills enemies but applies the Pacifist state for 1 turn Punch: Air Steal doubled, Fire Damage according to Percent HP missing removed Mortar: Duration changed: 3 => 1 Kanimate: Machine Ception: Now Linear, requires Line of Sight Puppetry: Damage according to Percent HP missing removed Puppetry: Duration changed: 2 => 1 The historical return spell now causes a return to the previous position (instead of a return to the start position of the turn). Brikoglours: Key: Now triggered only on turn 1 to 2 (instead of turn 2 to 3 previously) Legion: Undeletable State and Lock Bonus duration changed: 2 => 1 Mansordide: Rotativernal: No longer triggered by Melee Damage, only Ranged Damage triggers it MP changed: 6 => 5 Mechanofoux: Pétarade: Damage according to Percent HP missing changed to regular Damage Pétarade: MP Reduction removed Mérulor: Guardian Empty: MP bonus on Damage caused removed Klime Klime: Carcassetagne: No longer kills enemies but now applies the Pacifist state for 1 turn Glyph Peach Skin: Damage bonus to allies duration changed: 3 => 2 Grodruche: Transit: Now triggered only on turn 1 to 2 (instead of turn 2 to 3 previously) Digite: Unbreakable state duration changed: 2 => 1 Transit: Lock bonus removed Stuffed: Taxidermy: Range changed: 8 => 6 Mulching: Erosion penalty duration changed: 2 => 1 Count Harebourg Count Harebourg: MP changed: 7 => 5 Jaquemart: No longer applies the Gravity State to the enemies but instead causes AP Reduction Granduk: Hibugia: No longer applies Erosion Cycloid: Cyclochette: No longer applies Dodge penalty MP changed: 6 => 5 Sinistrofu: MP changed: 8 => 6 Quests New quests are available in Brakmar and in the different regions of the Sidimote moors. Depending on the difficulty of the areas concerned, they may address adventurers from Level 50 to 200. The Brotherhood of the Forgotten is talking about it again... Adventurers who have completed the quest To the rescue of the magypus can continue their investigation by speaking to Jalcas, the master of the Ouginak temple. In the quest tracking interface, the previously selected or deselected landmarks are restored for subsequent connections. The cue points of a quest that has just been reset are displayed correctly. Achievements The following monster achievements are changed: Animalades, Forest animals, Arakne, Gobballs, Bwaks, Champis, Dragodindes, Gadouilleux, They were so cute, Kwaks, Kwakeres, Larvae, Field Plants, Rats, Tofus, Vermines des champs. The following dungeon achievements are modified: One step ahead of another, Tactical charging, The paths of glory. Emotes A new emote is available on Nimaltopia. The means of obtaining it remains to be discovered. Items Emerald Dofus: At the end of the turn, it now adds 4% of the HP to shield points for each enemy on contact. Summons are no longer counted. Ochre Dofus: This item is now linked to the account 4 months after obtaining, like the other Primordial Dofus (this modification is not retroactive, it applies only to the new Dofus obtained). Koutoulou Bow: AP cost changed: 4 => 5 Korriander Aze: Critical Hit rate changed: 15% => 5% Critical Hit bonus changed: 6 => 4 Recipes using Fungus resources are modified. Dungeons The recipes of many dungeon keys are modified to be standardized: Clef des Champs, Key of the Dungeon Ensablé, Key of the Gobball Dungeon, Key of the Kankreblath Cache, Key of the Keep of the Skeletons, Key of the Phantom House, Key of the Donjon Scarafeuilles, Key of the Keep of the Tofus, Key of the Cave of the Bulbs, Key of the Grotto Hesque, Key of the Donjon of the Bworks, Key of the Dungeon of the Blacksmiths, Key of the Nest of Kwakwa, Key of Castle of Wa Wabbit, Key of Clos The Key of the Village of Kanniboul, the Key of the Rocky Pitons of the Crackers, Key of the Laboratory of Brumen Tinctorias, Key of the Cemetery of the Mastodons, Key of the Lair of Daïgoro, Key of the Cave of Queen Nyée, Key of the Boat of the Chouque, Key of the Ancestral Domain, Key of the Theater of Dramak, Key of the Donjon of the Canidés, Key of the Library of the Master Corbac, Key of the Labyrinth of the Minotoror, Key of the Aviary of the High Truche, Key of the Cave of El Piko, Key Of the Dungeon of Firefoux, Key of the Kanigroula Cave, Key of the Father's Hole, Key of the Dungeon Fungus, Key of the Dungeon of the Bworker, Key of the Pyramid of Shadow, Key of the Camp of Count Razof, Key of the mine of Sakai. Perceptor posing and teleportation are possible in the fifth room of Count Razof's Camp. Shields All shields now have a weight of 10 pods. Guild Characters are no longer disconnected when they are excluded or leave a guild. It is now possible to modify the rights to share houses with a guild from anywhere even if the character does not have a guild or belongs to the same guild as the character who activated the sharing. Breeding When a breeding object is present at the same position in multiple instances of the same enclosure, animation of one of the objects no longer triggers the animations of the other objects (although they have not been activated) . When a wild mount is transferred to the stable, which it puts down and runs away, it no longer appears abnormally in the list of mountings of the stable. When a wild mount calms down, then flees, informative messages are displayed in the correct order in the chat interface. Abandoned enclosure instances that are to be released are properly deleted if there is already at least one instance. All cells in the enclosure on map 54177066 can now be used. The naming rules for mounts are relaxed. When flying over enclosure doors, the names of guilds with instances are displayed in alphabetical order. Also, if one of the instances belongs to the character's guild, the tooltip first displays the name of that guild. In the enclosure door pop-up menu, when multiple instances of the enclosure are on sale, the owner guilds are displayed in the menu to select the instance to be purchased. When purchasing pens, in the confirmation interface, the price is displayed correctly. Crafting In some cases, resources may not be properly added to the action queue, this problem is corrected. Maging In the Rune Generation interface's focus list, Resistance and Elemental Damage bonuses have been renamed to better distinguish them. Almanax The Almanax bonus of June 21 is replaced by a new bonus. Interfaces In the object tooltip, the icon of the object is enlarged to improve its visibility. In the Idols interface, the total score is calculated correctly regardless of the order of the Idols equipped. In the Soul Market, search by name is no longer sensitive to accents. The majority of the interfaces used before logging in to the game (creation and selection of characters) are improved (reduction of the number of steps, improved readability, etc.). The information interface for Haven Bags now appears at level 50. The list of actions available in the tooltips of the doors of houses is now correctly updated according to the character who consults it and the status of all instances present for the house consulted. In the character selection interface, if the new character creation button is grayed out, it will refresh correctly when a character is deleted. When a current character creation is abandoned before the character is created, the creative's state is retained and reloaded the next time the character creation interface is opened. When opening the interfaces, the check boxes that are checked are displayed directly in the correct state without having to overflow them. The interfaces now pass over the interface block containing the hit points when they are moved. In the small menu at the top right, the subscription button appears only when the account is not subscribed. Buttonless interfaces appear correctly (for example, when installing a new interface theme). In the Community Challenges interface, tabs are expanded to no longer truncate texts. In the interface of fast equipment, the equipment boxes are reordered more logically. In the interface of fast equipment, it is now possible to save a costume. In the interface of fast equipment, it is now possible to save a sidekick. When a craft interface is opened, when the useful ingredient filter is activated, all the usable ingredients are correctly displayed. In the chat interface, the button indicating that there are new unread messages now has a hand-held cursor over the fly. In the group interface, if the group name fails due to an invalid name, an error message is displayed. In the exchange interface, the kamas exchanged are correctly taken into account in the calculation of equity. In the titles and ornaments interface, guild and alliance names and logos are hidden to make the character's tooltip more readable. The character is also better centered on its slab. In the titles and ornaments interface, when the character has its alignment wings displayed, the tooltip is displayed at the correct size. When there is no combat on the current map, the mouse cursor no longer indicates that it is possible to click on the button of the spectator interface. A tooltip specifying the name of the interface is added to the flyout of the emoticons and emotes interface button. The size of the player's status icon is reduced in the guild, friends, and chat interfaces. The quest tracking interface opens correctly when the interface is placed close to the e-mail and options buttons. In the alignment interface, the wings are displayed correctly for female Foggernaut class characters. In the general options, the option to display the world map grid is updated correctly when the grid view is changed from the map interface. Custom Themes When the client uses a custom interface theme, a preventive message is added to the credential interface to prevent risks associated with using a custom theme that is not up to date. When the interface theme is changed, the interface cache is properly emptied. This modification avoids the problems of "mixing" different interface themes. Tactical mode colors can now be changed via the colors.xml file for custom interface themes. Houses In house list and managing sharing homes with a guild, the ability to share a house is properly grayed out when the house is already on sale. The contextual menus and tooltips of the houses are improved: the selling price is now directly displayed. In contextual menus and tooltips of houses, when a player has several instances of the same house, the original server of each is indicated and only the instances concerned by the action are displayed for each menu entry. In the context menu of the doors of houses, the instances owned by the player and on sale are no longer listed in the instances to be purchased. In the context menu of the house doors, the list of instances to be locked or unlocked is correct and updates correctly in real time. On home doors, the original server is now displayed only for instances belonging to the same owner if it has more than one. When a house is sold, when the default price is displayed in the text field, there is no more "K". Community channel The choice of the default community channel is reset and is now based on the community of the player's account (if this community is available among those active on the server otherwise it is the default community of the current server that is used). In the chat interface, messages starting with /c are correctly sent on the community channel instead of the Kolossium channel, when the community channel is not active for the server. In the chat interface, on the French servers, sending a message starting with /c correctly results in an error message indicating the unavailability of the community channel. Maps and areas All maps of the Sidimote are redone. The topology of the Sidimote and its subareas is modified. The "Road to Brakmar" is now part of Sidimote and is now called "Les Hauts des Hurlements". The "Dark Road" is now called "The Trailer Road". The "Cemetery of the Tortured" is now part of "Brakmar". The "Fungus" zone now has two zones. The "Fungus Domain" and the "Cave of the Fungus", where the "Great Ougaa Temple" dungeon takes place. An area south of the border of Brakmar is now destined for the enclosures, it bears the name of "Haras de Brakmar". All interiors and dungeons are modified (except the "Bworker Dungeon") The "Bworker Dungeon" is moved to the "Gisgoul" area and is now called the "Bworker's Cave". The "Canid Keep" is now known as the "Moon Lair". A new zaap is available in the area of "Deacons" in the "Village of Katrepat". The diligence of the area of the former "Cemetery of the Tortured" is moved to the "Fungus Domain". The resources present in the Sidimote region are relocated in equal quantities. All enclosures in the Sidimote area are transferred (some have changed places but remained very close to their initial position). Slight changes are made on the maps at the edges of the Sidimote zones to match the 16/9 display format. The beach of Ohwymi is slightly modified in front of the Ouginak Temple, it henceforth hosts the standards of all the Ouginak tribes. Characters disconnected from old unused Otomai maps will no longer be blocked when they reconnect. A visual problem caused the character to pass before the Cra Statue in Astrub, this problem is corrected. Animations Walking and underwater racing activities are properly played in underwater areas. The shield no longer disappears during the underwater walking profile. The hair of the female Sadida characters is displayed correctly when the character is running. The wings of Eniripsa characters are displayed correctly when they trigger fatal blows. When a character changes direction and plays an animation, it is not played again in a loop. Treasure hunts New Statues, Statue of Huppermage, Statue, Iop Statue, Statue of Reaper, Statue of Ouginak, Statue of Ouga, Statue of Mushroom, Statue with Trident, Telescope, Amphora, Patchwork Bag, Sign, Steam Engine, Mushroom, Mushroom on Tree, Trunk, Buried Chest, Moss-Covered Chest, Pandawa Chest, Boiler, Bones, Humanoid Skeleton Laying, Humanoid Skeleton, Humanoid Skeleton, Humanoid Skeleton, Minor Skeleton, Dragon Skeleton, Bone Pyramid, Bone with Balls, Open Grave, Grave, Grave Ouginak, Stranded Boat, Drum, Destroyed Boat, Mailbox, Wood Mine Entrance, Wood Wheel, Fleece Flycatcher, Floor Lamp, Scarecrow, Arrow, Black Chacha Stun, Wooden Roll, Roll of Fabric, Fountain, Gypsy Cage, Lantern, Hanging Ball, Tent, Tent Destroyed, Barrel, Barrel Destroyed, Barrel Buried, Barrel destroy, Gypsy carcass, Buried burrow, Bollard, Buried burrow, Wind turbine, Feeder, Trough, Minor trolley, Impaled gouge, Hanging ghoul, Bloody fountain, Fish barrel, Likrone, Bone stopper, Pick, Shovel, Unicycle, Wooden Cannon, Toad Ball, Gobball, Ball Dragodinde, Jar, Giant Pump, Bicycle, Jaw Trap, Ecaflip Skin, Kanigrou Skin, Spear, Giant Pipe. The number of treasure hunts a character can launch is now limited to 100 per day and per account (on the same server). This value could be changed soon. Stability and performance Changes are made to how the DOFUS client communicates with the game servers to minimize the risk of disconnection. Other Event shields that can be obtained at "Dungeon Rusher" events are now obtained directly at the end of the fight against the relevant Boss during the event. The availability of character names is properly updated when a character is created, renamed, or deleted. Following the returns of some players, various spelling corrections were made in the texts of the game. The redirects used for the interactive URLs displayed in the chat interface work correctly when the URLs are incomplete. The naming rules for character, guild, and alliance names are improved and relaxed. The naming rules now apply to group names. Characters attempting to teleport to a house where they are already in it no longer consumes the House Potion (or Guild House Potion) and receive a message that they are already at their destination. The Ouginak Class Spell correctly displays the name of the spell that will be learned. When a player disconnects another by simultaneously logging into the same account, a message warns the logged-in player as the disconnected player that they are likely to be the victim of an account theft and invites them to secure their account. The creation of characters on a server is limited to accounts belonging to one of the communities supported by that server. Animated pictograms for map change are displayed correctly when the option to display the animated scenery elements is disabled. Beta Patches Marteau de Katrepat: AP cost changed: 4 => 5,Critical Hit chance changed: 4 => 8 Strange Wand: Uses per turn changed: 2 => 1, Minimum Range changed: 3 => 2 Anerice: She is now immune to Vertigo, Trap of Silence and Paralysing Poison spells, Cooperation: Anerice teleports near the nearest enemy ghoul instead of exchanging places with it. Kérigoule: MP changed: 2 => 4, Area of Effect for the spell Tranche changed: circle of 2 cells => circle of 3 cells. Cra Dopple: Lashing Arrow is replaced by Punitive Arrow. Dantinea: The placement positions of the map are changed. The cells of appearance of Grokillages are modified. Goulclier: The distance damage penalty is replaced by a melee resistance penalty. The number of quests requested to complete the "In Search of Fate" Achievement is reduced from 1500 to 1300. This new value takes into account quests that can not be validated due to a character level that is too high; It also helps to minimize the impact of the Almanax quests on achieving the Achievement. We do not wish to make the Achievement of all Almanax quests necessary to obtain certain Achievement because these quests indirectly involve connecting every day of the year and we do not want to impose such a rhythm of play . A new Achievement is added: "In search of renown", for completing 1100 quests. Ouginak: Tibia correctly increases Rage at level 1. The bestial form now increases damage by 10%. Cra Class Set: Removing the Line of Sight for Poison Arrow (former Lashing Arrow) is replaced by increasing the number of uses per target.
As announced in Gamakna #0, a simplification of high-level content is scheduled for the next update (2.42). The goal is to get this content back in sync with how the game has evolved over the years, and to establish just the right balance of difficulty and accessibility. Before we go any further, let me briefly explain what we're talking about here: "High-level" content refers to content at difficulty levels higher than Frigost II: Frigost III, obviously, but also the Divine Dimensions, the Underwater Extension and a few individual dungeons (Tal Kasha and Shadow, for example). It's probably pretty clear what we mean by "simplification": we'll be making this content less difficult. See below for details. Let's go back to the days before these dungeons were introduced, when the most difficult content in the game was in Frigost II. This content has itself been simplified in the past; we increased accessibility and reduced the difficulty so that more players could meet the prerequisites to reach Frigost III, which then allowed a larger slice of the population to have access to this content. However, for players who had reached level 200 and completed the dungeons that were available at the time, there wasn't really any more room to progress – and that was the biggest complaint we heard from the community: With all of the improvements we made to the dungeons after Frigost II (simplification, the addition of modular dungeons, achievements, etc.), none of them provided any new challenges to players who had already completed that content, and those players hadn't had anything new to sink their teeth into for several years. It was at that point that we integrated Frigost III. But we wanted to avoid a situation where, the day after Frigost III came out, most of those same players would have already finished it and gone back to asking us to add new content for them. So it was important to us to provide content that would have a slightly longer lifespan (i.e. that would take a certain amount of time for players to get through). There are only so many ways to make sure that players don't play through new content "too quickly": Impose time limits: X dungeons (or X attempts) per day. This solution is totally artificial, and although we have tried to limit the addition of daily content over the years, we don't want to do it in this particular form. Impose limits on exchanges: prevent players from exchanging items acquired in the dungeons, so that they have to make their way through every last bit of the content (often several times) if they want all the rewards. Needless to say, we don't much like this solution either: DOFUS relies in large part on its exchange system, and limiting that would do much more harm than good. Produce a lot of content: 20 dungeons will probably give players a longer in-game experience than 5 dungeons. But that would also mean investing more resources – and besides, quantity is not the same thing as quality. Produce replayable content. This was the preferred solution before Achievements were introduced: adding content with very rare, highly randomized loot, thus ensuring a very long lifespan. We have turned away from this approach (to some players' great disappointment, we know) for two main reasons: DOFUS is a tactical game, so it's inherently less interesting when played repeatedly: once you've won a battle, doing it again is much easier. The whole challenge is coming up with a winning strategy. The battle doesn't change from one iteration to the next (or not much, mainly to limit the impact of random factors on the outcome of battles), so it often unfolds in an (almost) identical way every time. Having to go through the same dungeons again and again heavily penalized single-account players and less frequent players, who didn't necessary have the time to go through these dungeons regularly. On average, players had to complete 15 to 20 dungeons per character in order to build even a single item. Furthermore, at the time, it could sometimes take dozens of hours to finally complete a dungeon (what with having to go through every room again on each attempt, and 8-character battles that took a long time), and certain players didn't get any reward at all if they were unlucky. Produce more challenging content: offer relatively difficult dungeons that require a major investment of time and effort to achieve victory, but with a big reward for the first victory. Obviously, this last solution is the one we've decided to go with, in part because some of the player feedback we received in the past was fairly critical of the difficulty level of the content we were producing (which was seen as being too easy). Today, the situation seems to be reversed: criticism of the lack of high-level content, which was a recurring theme just 4 years ago, has now given way to concerns about an overemphasis on this type of content. We think this is because, back then, the proportion of characters who had hit the highest possible level was much lower, and the players in question were eager for more challenging content (since reaching level 200 required a lot of investment at the time). Since then, we've made character progression easier, with the goal of giving more players access to high-level content. There are a lot more level 200 characters now, with the side effect that many of them don't really have the time or interest to invest in finishing the challenging content we provide for them, even though it's labeled “level 200". Simply put, the fact of having reached the highest possible level doesn't mean what it did a few years ago. In response to extensive feedback along these lines, we've decided that it's time to simplify our high-level content for a number of reasons: We don't want to ignore the increasing number of players who have reached level 200 but find that the content at that level requires far too much time and effort to complete. We want to make this content more accessible to a wider variety of class compositions. Given that we now have a lot of high-level content, we can more easily reduce the "lifespan" of each dungeon without giving the impression that our "end game" content is over too quickly. Overall, we've worked on a number of different points: Removing or replacing certain mechanics: We want to make certain battles more accessible by limiting the number of things players have to keep track of. For example, in the Catseye battle, the system of black glyphs has been replaced by damage if a monster starts its turn in the same cell as a character, while splash damage and healing have been removed (when attacking a monster or character who was on the same tile number as another). Reducing certain effects: Similarly, by reducing the strength of certain effects, we ensure that they do not require as much attention, because mistakes are not punished so severely. Against Vortex, for example, resuscitated monsters now have less health and less MP. Making monsters easier to understand and predict: We have modified most of the monsters in the affected zones (except for Tal Kasha, Merkator,and Shadow, for which only the bosses have been changed). Removing certain unnecessary or redundant spells: for example, Skt-Zo can no longer give shield points, and Spookkoth's place-swapping spell no longer exists. Reducing certain monsters' mobility: reduced MP and added recast intervals on certain teleportation spells. More constraints on casting spells that were previously too easy to cast: addition of straight-line casting for certain long-range spells, reduction in certain monsters' range, longer cooldown periods. Improved visibility for certain effects: We have recently developed new tools to make combat easier to understand, and we're taking advantage of changes to the dungeons to use those tools retroactively whenever possible on the dungeons that came out before the tools were available. For instance, when battling the Queen of Thieves, the bomb that is going to explode at the end of the current character's turn will now be indicated by an icon. The details of these changes will be provided in the changelog; for now, here's the list of the dungeons that will be affected: Catseye Vortex Queen of Thieves King Nidas Koutoulou Meno Dantinea Tal Kasha Merkator Shadow Missiz Freezz Klime Nileza Count Harebourg Sylargh This doesn't mean that no other dungeons will be reviewed, but we chose to concentrate on the dungeons with the most issues, given the time that was available to us. We will continue to keep an eye on the results of our changes, both in beta and beyond, and make any necessary adjustments. We expect these dungeons to work better now, but above all, we hope that more players will have an opportunity to explore them, and therefore take full advantage of all the content we have to offer. By the way: this doesn't mean that we're completely abandoning the possibility of producing more "demanding" content in the future. We'll keep thinking about the best ways to provide this type of content to the players who ask for it, while still making sure that it's accessible and interesting to as many players as possible. Idols and Achievements are already useful tools to provide a significant difficulty boost for content that is still generally accessible, but we hope to iterate on these mechanics in order to feed the insatiable appetites of our most demanding players.
New Shield/Item stats Nimaltopia: Mishell Island A new island is available in-game, bringing with it several quests, a monster family, a dungeon, and new items and Achievements. This content is primarily aimed at players of level 180 and over. You'll find a boat in the Rocky Roads area, at [-28,-31] to take you to the island. 1-on-1 Kolossium Devblog. An experimental version of a new duel mode (1 on 1) has been added to the ISK. This new game mode uses the victory and defeat ratios of the classes compared to one another to improve the matchmaking system and offer balanced fights in which each character has a 50% chance of winning, regardless of the class they're fighting against. This is an experimental system. ISK rewards in duel mode are currently the same as the ones in 3-on-3 mode, but halved. These values could change depending on the average duration of fights in this game mode. Shields Devblog. Some significant changes have been made to the shield system: Shields can be used in all game modes (PVE and PVP). They no longer have equipment criteria based on honor points. 1- or 2-handed weapon restrictions have been removed (they can be used with any weapon). New effects on final damage dealt or suffered have been added. These effects may be obtained from new runes by breaking shields. These runes may be used on equipment other than shields. They can be smithmaged by the new Craftmagus profession. The Incarnam Shield bonuses have been modified (the modification is retroactive). The Novice Shield bonuses have been modified (the modification is retroactive). The PvP resistance bonuses of the Scale Shield have been removed. The PvP resistance bonuses of the Champion Shields have been removed. The PvP resistance bonuses of the 1001 Claws Shield have been removed. The PvP resistance bonuses of the cosmetic shields available from the shop have been removed. The PvP resistance bonuses of the event shields have been removed. Older versions of these shields, crafted before update 2.41, will become broken versions (shields are renamed, lose their equipment requirements, can be used as cosmetic items and no longer give bonuses). Versions crafted after update 2.41 have new effects: Lumberjack Shield Flying Shield Gobball Shield Sponghield Bowisse's Shield Crackler Shield Treechnid Shield Sharkal Shield Kloome Bawbawian Shield Derma Tho Akwadala Shield Sidimote Shield LeChouque's Shield Phtalmo Aerdala Shield Dragokart Cup Heart Quarter Asse Shield Terrdala Shield Shield in Briefs Imp Shield Sadida Shield Feudala Shield Fan Shield Mount Stinkky Shield Pandawa Shield Inn Shield Water Dial Earth Dial Air Dial Fire Dial Captain Amakna Shield First-generation broken shields can no longer be exchanged with the NPC Bouwada for second-generation broken shields. Kolossium Kolossium fights are now accessible from level 20 onwards. The matchmaking system no longer creates teams with two members of the same class in the solo queue (even after a long waiting time). New restrictions have been added to prevent players from controlling several characters in the same team or in two opposing teams when they join the solo queue. The way the waiting time is managed by the matchmaking system has been changed. Now, when a character has been waiting a long time, the matchmaking system will create fights with less stringent quality criteria, even if that means some characters won't have any waiting time at all. This change should limit abnormally long waiting times, but may occasionally reduce the quality of some fights for characters that don't usually experience a long waiting time. Fatal blows are no longer dealt in the Kolossium if they have been deactivated in the DOFUS client options. Quest Tracking Interface Devblog. You can track the progress of your quests without having to regularly open the Quest Log using a new movable interface. It displays the pending objectives of several quests and you can choose which quests you'd like to track. Weapons Balancing at High Levels After the removal of 2-handed weapons from the system, we are going to balance some of the high-level weapons (these changes are retroactive): Atcham Sabres: the AP cost becomes 6, the critical hit rate becomes 15% Catseye Axe: the critical hit rate becomes 15% Flinty Daggers: the critical hit rate becomes 5% Hammerture: the critical hit damage bonus becomes 20 King Playa’s Scepta: the critical hit rate becomes 15% Necrotick Bow: the critical hit rate becomes 15% Terror: the critical hit rate becomes 25% Fugitive Wand: the critical hit rate becomes 15%, the critical hit damage bonus becomes 8, the minimum range becomes 2 Bitrydent: the AP cost becomes 4, critical hit is removed Drhossil Hammer: the critical hit rate becomes 15%, the critical hit damage bonus becomes 7 Ancient Foggernaut Hammer: the critical hit damage bonus becomes 5 Koutoulou Bow: the AP cost becomes 4, the critical hit damage bonus becomes 10 Pyraring: the AP cost becomes 4, critical hit is removed Bubotron Sword: the critical hit rate becomes 25% Tomahorse: the AP cost becomes 5, critical hit is removed Archon's Bow: the AP cost becomes 4, critical hit is removed Gilbert G. Rapier: the critical hit rate becomes 15%, the critical hit damage bonus becomes 10 Mallard's Mallet: the critical hit rate becomes 20%, the critical hit damage bonus becomes 7 Ground Dog: the AP cost becomes 5, the critical hit rate becomes 5%, the critical hit damage bonus becomes 7 Sanockout Stick: the critical hit rate becomes 25% Sepulchral Sceptre: the critical hit rate becomes 25%, the critical hit damage bonus becomes 7 Elven Shovel: the critical hit rate becomes 35%, the critical hit damage bonus becomes 6 Giger's Nightmare Blade: the AP cost becomes 5, the critical hit rate becomes 15% Archaic Bow: the AP cost becomes 3, critical hit is removed Rampant Bearbarian Hammer: the critical hit rate becomes 25% Teroid Axe: the critical hit rate becomes 40%, the critical hit damage bonus becomes 7 Ethical Wand: the critical hit rate becomes 20%, the critical hit damage bonus becomes 6, the maximum range becomes 5 Henual's Hammer: the AP cost becomes 4 Slashen Axe: the critical hit rate becomes 15%, the critical hit damage bonus becomes 20 Hail Sceptre: the critical hit rate becomes 25%, the critical hit damage bonus becomes 7 Shovel Emlaka: the AP cost becomes 3, critical hit is removed, the number of casts per turn becomes 2 Mush Mishish Staff: the AP cost becomes 4 Professor Xa's Shovel: the AP cost becomes 3, the critical hit damage bonus becomes 3, the number of casts per turn becomes 2. Korriander Axe: the AP cost becomes 3, the number of casts per turn becomes 2 Godswrath Daggers: the critical hit damage bonus becomes 7 Sunshade Staff: the critical hit rate becomes 30%, the critical hit damage bonus becomes 7 Az'tech: the critical hit damage bonus becomes 7 Peccary Blade: the AP cost becomes 5, the critical hit damage bonus becomes 15 Dagger Doo: the critical hit rate becomes 15%, the critical hit damage bonus becomes 3 Combats A character in the Gravity state can no longer be moved by the effects of symmetrical teleportation, temporal teleportation and place switch. A status icon has been added to show the Gravity state. All of a character's AP are usable after a loss of AP at the start of the turn (previously in some cases, notably against the Wurmlord monster, the characters couldn't use all the available AP for their game turn). Spells with a range of the whole map can once again be cast to target a fighter via the Timeline. Several minor graphics problems during the Feca spell animations have been corrected. The Pandawas' appearance when they're carrying an Ouginak transforming into animal form has been corrected. In some cases, Challenges successfully completed in battle could have been temporarily displayed as failed before the end-of-fight screen. This problem has now been corrected. The display of shield points (around the central medallion) has been improved. Where the same state has been applied to the same target via the same spell several times, the state is now correctly removed at the end of the intended duration. In the effects active on targets interface, the effects of the Sacrier Punishments disappear correctly when they are no longer active. Xelor Subma Ring (class set): the Teleportation range bonus has been replaced by a reduced recast interval. Xelor's Dial: the range of the spell can no longer be modified and is now 3, 3, 3, 3, 4 and 5 respectively at levels 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6. Loss of Motivation: the unbewitching effect is now applied before the damage. Rewind: no longer applies the Gravity state to allies. Osamodas The Gobball's Fire Resistance is now 35%. Eniripsa When the caster is in the Decisive state, the Word of Youth spell now heals 5% at level 6 (instead of 3% previously). Sadida The Ultra-Powerful correctly removes MPs to characters that are equipped with a Cawwot Dofus. Eliotrope Snub: the unbewitching effect is now applied before the damage. Sacrier Lightweight becomes Fury The 1 MP bonus has been replaced by increased spell damage for 3 turns. Punishments: The Punishments feature has been changed. Their bonuses now increase progressively over the turns. In other words, the longer a punishment is active, the better bonuses it will give you. Up to a maximum of 3 turns. It is no longer possible to cast several Punishments during the same game turn. Flayed Man's Punishment becomes Bloodthirsty Punishment Increased damage suffered has been removed. Increased damage now only affects spells. Is now required to cast the Punishment spell. The Punishment bonuses change as the turns progress: First turn: damage increased by 10% Second turn: damage increased by 25% From third turn onwards: damage increased by 50% Voyager's Punishment becomes Swift Punishment The Lock penalty has been removed. Deactivation of the line of sight for some spells has been removed. Is now required to cast the Transposition spell. The Punishment bonuses change as the turns progress: First turn: ranged damage suffered reduced by 10%. Second turn: 1 MP and ranged damage suffered reduced by 20%. From third turn onwards: 1 MP and Unlockable and ranged damage suffered reduced by 30%. Survivor's Punishment becomes Robust Punishment The Dodge penalty has been removed. The Vitality bonus has been removed. Is now required to cast the Convalescence spell. The Punishment bonuses change as the turns progress: First turn: 10 Lock and melee damage suffered reduced by 10%. Second turn: 25 Lock and melee damage suffered reduced by 25%. From third turn onwards: 40 Lock and melee damage suffered reduced by 40%. Flying sword The way it works has been changed. Now there is just one Flying Sword, whose appearance and characteristics vary depending on the active punishment. Swift Punishment: +2 MP, can attack twice per turn (once per target) and is Unlockable. Bloodthirsty Punishment: +50% final damage dealt, deals damage in an area of effect Robust Punishment: reduces damage suffered by 30%, benefits from additional 40 Lock The Cutting spell heal now depends on the Intelligence and healing bonus of Flying Sword and not the damage it deals. Punishment Requires Bloodthirsty Punishment. Now applies the Gravity state in addition to damage. Transposition Requires Swift Punishment. No longer requires a line of sight. Convalescence Requires Robust Punishment. The number of casts per turn becomes 1 at all levels of the spell. Penalty on damage dealt has been removed. Health point boost becomes 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 12% at levels 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 of the spell if the caster has more than 50% of their health points. Health point boost becomes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18 and 20% at levels 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 of the spell if the caster has less than 50% of their health points. Sacrifice The range becomes 2, 2, 3, 3, 4 and 5 at levels 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 of the spell. The recast interval becomes 5, 4, 4, 3, 3 and 3 at levels 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 of the spell. The area of effect becomes a 2-cell circle at all levels of the spell. Increased damage suffered has been removed at all levels of the spell. Light Speed The Dodge penalty has been removed. The damage suffered bonus is removed. Safe Position becomes Unleashed Water damage has been replaced by Water Theft of Life. Projection Water damage has been replaced by Water Theft of Life. Blood Bath If the caster has less than 50% of their HP, the healing effect is removed. Ouginak Yapper Launcher Yapper's basic health points become 100, 120, 140, 160, 180 and 300 at levels 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 of the spell. Yapper's MP is now 4 at spell level 6. Yapper's damage is now tripled against summons. Sniff Correctly consumes just 1 level of Rabies. Interfaces The discussion interface no longer moves abnormally when it is resized upwards by a few pixels. On the minimap, the character position icon can still be viewed correctly after a map change. When closing an interface, the mouse cursor is reset correctly if the cursor was hovering over an interactive element of the interface. On the world map, the character position icon can still be viewed correctly after deactivating the landmarks display. Inventory sorting by average price now works correctly. The contextual menu displayed when several characters are on the same cell is correctly updated when one of the characters leaves the map. In the bestiary, the loot drop rate of the Idols is correctly calculated and displayed. The grid display option for the world map (in the options interface) is correctly updated when it is changed from the map (and vice versa). The average price for items that don't yet have an average price is correctly displayed in the Marketplace. In the inventory, when an empty item category is displayed after a category with enough items to require a scroll bar was previously displayed, the size of the scroll bar is correctly updated. In the bestiary, clicking on the Bestiary entry of an item's contextual menu (when dropped by a monster) no longer closes the Bestiary, but correctly launches a search for this item. The spouse interface opens correctly after using the associated shortcut when a social interface is already open. In the inventory, when opening the custom set tab, the inventory is hidden instead of still being displayed in the background (the old system could cause problems with some custom and transparent interface themes). Breeding Used breeding items can no longer be exchanged with NPC Bobby. We're removing this option (introduced to make used breeding items useful) because, since the introduction of the recycling system, these items can now be recycled in exchange for nuggets. Our aim is to increase the destruction of resources by reducing the generation of breeding items by 20% (5 identical items used could be exchanged for 1 new item). In the interfaces used to transfer mounts, double-clicking on a mount to transfer it now results in the selection of the following mount (and no longer results in the selection of the transferred mount in its destination inventory). Large transfers of mounts or certificates no longer result in disconnections. The quick consultation of a large number of mount information sheets or certificates no longer results in disconnections and temporary sanctions. Abandoned paddocks are no longer immediately put up for sale after abandoned paddocks are released (the random deadline before they are put up for sale is correctly applied). Achievements A new Achievement and a new ornament have been created for characters who obtain 16,000 Achievement points. Experience points can no longer be earned via Achievements that reward a character for leveling up. The amounts of Aspen Wood and Obsidian that are given as a reward for the Frigostian Temping Achievement are increased proportionally to the increase of the amounts you can harvest. Professions Harvesting Obsidian now gives 7 to 8 units (it used to be 1) Harvesting Aspen now gives 7 to 8 units (it used to be 1) In the recipe for the Recollection Potion, the Gobball Slobber is replaced with Vilinsekt Antennae. In the recipe for the Ancestor Potion, the Watchamatrich Rump is replaced with Twansgenic Cawwot. In the recipe for the Loafing Potion, the Fistulina Volva is replaced with Hemp Fibre. The rate at which you can catch Magic Snapper is now 1 out of 40 instead of 1 out of 8. The recipe for the Snapper a la Kerub now longer asks for Kerub hair. Sacks of fish now weight 100 pods instead of 150. The Snowdrop resource remains partially displayed after having been harvested to let the player know a resource has been harvested. Smithmagic A new "Craftmagus" profession has been added, which allows you to craft shields to modify their effects. New smithmagic runes can be obtained from breaking shields. These runes can be used with all types of equipment. If an item is used in a smithmagi's workshop and is part of a pile of identical items, it is no longer deleted when a smithmagic attempt fails. Guilds and Alliances Guild and alliance emblem do not necessarily have to be the same to be valid. Houses A new house management interface has been added in anticipation of the game server fusion (in some cases, an account may own several houses on the same server after the server fusion). In this interface, you can manage the settings of these houses remotely. It can be accessed via the character sheet. In the new interface, you can select the house when using a Home Potion (if the account has several houses after the server fusion). On the world map, houses shared with the guild are once again displayed. Almanax The Aperirel 4 offering has been changed. You now have to bring the new version of the Gobball Shield (and it won't work with the broken version of the Gobball Shield). Monsters King Nidas: the Incurable Challenge no longer appears with this monster. The Initiative of the Catzinos in the Hairy Moor and the Elevation Stones has been increased so they now automatically play their turn before the players' characters. The quantity of resources obtained using Catzino Tokens has been halved. We are reducing the number of these rewards because their number has increased significantly since the Catzino respawn problem was corrected. The Khepricorn wanted posted is now displayed correctly when the option not to display all of a group's monsters is deactivated. The Sauroshell monster now plays an animation when it casts the Pack Mentality spell. Items Akwadala, Aerdala, Terrdala and Feudala Sets: these sets no longer include shields and the bonuses obtained from these sets have been modified accordingly (the bonuses granted from 8 equipped items are now active when 7 items from the set are equipped). The Godfather's Ring: this item is now linked to the 62-day account (and not one year anymore). Quests Adventurers who complete the Miniature Adventure quest will be given a simple mission by Jalcas, the Master of the Ouginak Temple. After various unexpected developments, they will be able to find out more about the Brotherhood of the Forgotten. And that's just the beginning... Brand new quests are available on Nimaltopia Island! To get to this new destination, go to the edge of the Cania Fields and answer Agatha Mynah's questions. Regarding the Frigost monsters, the drop rate for items launching quests has increased. Rewards for quests and the associated Achievements will be reduced accordingly. They Help You See in the Dark and A Draconian Remedy quests: it is now possible to pick up fresh cawwots to achieve the objective of the They Help You See in the Dark quest when the A Draconian Remedy quest is still ongoing. Repeatable versions of the special fights for the Primordial Dofus quests (accessible once the quests are completed): adventurers are now teleported to Meriana if they are defeated at the end of fights. The Quest Log interface remembers the last quest consulted when subsequent interfaces are opened, even when the quest has been completed. The amounts of Aspen Wood and Obsidian asked for in quests have been increased proportionally to the increase in the amounts that can be harvested. Dungeon Keys The recipes of several dungeon keys have been modified. The harvestable resources that are part of the recipes are modified to better reflect the level of the items themselves. The amounts of Obsidian and Aspen have been increased proportionally to the increase in the amounts that can be harvested. Here is a list of the modified keys: Catseye Challenge Key XLII's Metronomicon Key Shadow's Pyramid Key Chamber of Tal Kasha Key Key to Captain Scarlight's Ring King Nidas's Palace Key Merkator's Aquadome Key Drhossil's Caves Key Colousses's Meowsoleum Key Sylargh's Carrier Key Count Harebourg's Dungeon Key Missiz Freezz's Frostforge Key Nileza's Laboratory Key Key to Toxoliath's Cave Klime's Private Suite Key Key to the Throne Room of the Dark Court Obsidemon's Hypogeum Key Korriander's Lair Key Snowfoux Den Key Bearbarian Antichamber Key Wreck of the Hesperus Key Kolosso's Caverns Key Pingwin Key Ush's Plateau Key Key to the Belly of the Whale Sakai Mine Key Vortex's Eye Key Fraktal's Megalith Key Royal Mastogob's Greenhouse Key Epic and Heroic Servers Kolossoken prizes for items sold by NPC Glad Yator in the Kolossium building have been halved (compared to the current values that have already been halved) to better correspond with the increased generation of resources by monsters on these servers. Treasure Hunts New clues are taken into account for the treasure hunts: Phoenix Bones Bony Pot Bone Garland Wagon Eniripsa statue Pandawa statue Rogue Statue Feca statue Enutrof statue Sadida statue Iop statue Osamodas statue Ecaflip statue Masqueraider statue Foggernaut statue Sram statue Xelor statue Sacrier statue Cra statue Skull and Crossbones sign Community Channel International servers (combining several different communities) now have access to a community channel available in several languages. Only one community channel can be active at a time. This channel is shared by all characters on the server that have activated this channel. This channel is subject to restrictions concerning the sending of message based on the number of participants in the channel (the more players use the channel, the stricter the restrictions on the frequency of messages will be). Writing in this channel is reserved for subscription accounts. Miscellaneous Houses that have been abandoned and put up for sale on the first Tuesday of the month reappear as "for sale soon". Areas linked to Sufokia Bay are now correctly displayed on the world map. Adventurers leaving the Larva Dungeon now appear at [-2, -5] (the old exit being at [-3, -7]). NPC Doro L. Blak has retired and has permanently left the Xelor Temple. Tempus Bloomus must now be exchanged for Compensokens with NPC Sorim Ait, next to the Amakna Castle Zaap at [3,-5]. NPC Nevark the Hunter is now accessible all year round. He has set up headquarters in the Hunters' Workshop in Amakna, and returns to Vulkania over the summer. The problem of recycling bonuses not being applied for certain resources obtained as loot in the Blop Fields Dungeon and the Royal Rainbow Blop Lair Dungeon has been corrected. Following feedback from some players, certain spelling corrections have been made to the game text. Wide screen display mode has been improved in the Kickroach's Lair dungeon. Two items from the Fogger Haven Bag have been modified: a metallic pedestal is no longer considered to be a floor item, but furniture. It is therefore no longer possible to place items on top of it. Gears can no longer be placed on a table. In the Haven Bag Casino theme, the "large arrow" item can no longer be placed on furniture. Several interactions to leave certain houses on Otomai Island that weren't working properly have now been corrected. Wide screen display of tournament maps has now been corrected. Low-resolution model display of Ouginak-class characters has now been corrected. The position of characters on the Skrot mount has been improved. Clients connected to an international server can now use Cyrillic characters when choosing a character name. The rules for naming characters have been relaxed due to the merging of the game servers. The Wow attitude shortcut for the Dauge pet now works correctly.
In order to make your game experience even better, we've been working on a new feature that will make its appearance in update 2.41: Quest Tracking! In this interface, you'll easily be able to track the progress of your ongoing quests and their objectives. The days of opening the Quest Book hundreds of times to check your progress in the An Eternal Harvest quest are over. Now, you can play in comfort! How It Works When you receive a new quest, it will be automatically added to the Quest Tracking interface (you'll be able to deactivate automatic adding and add quests manually via an option in your Quest Log). The Quest Tracking interface will open once you begin tracking a quest and will close when there are no more quests to track. You'll be able to track 3 or 5 quests, depending on the option selected. If the interface is full when you receive a new quest, it won't be tracked. You will also be able to track quests directly from the Quest Book using the "Track" button, by clicking on the "pin" icon in the quest list or by clicking on an objective's "landmark" icon! The names of the stages will no longer appear in Quest Tracking. You'll simply see the quest name and the objectives, which will update automatically. To find out more about the stage, you can consult your Quest Book. You can use the pin-shaped button to activate or deactivate specific tracking of certain quests. Each quest added will display the 3 first objectives and will activate the associated landmarks if there are any, so as not to overburden the interface and the landmarks on the map and the minimap. If, however, you would like to see all of a quest's objectives, you can display them using the "See More" button. A "See Less" button will display just the 3 first objectives again. As soon as an objective is attained, it will disappear from the list and the next one will appear. The Quest Tracking interface for the An Eternal Harvest quest, for which the landmark is activated for the first three objectives. Quest objectives are given a specific color for each tracked quest. This makes quest tracking easier, especially when you're looking at the map or the minimap! The quest name is displayed when you pass the cursor over the area where it's located on the map and the minimap. You also have the option of minimizing the interface to a simple icon, placed at the edge of the window (movable). You know, just in case you'd like to pause your "Doing Quests" activity in favor of the "Tearing Apart Mobs" activity! "I'll do some quests later! Over here, Droopik!" Interactions By right clicking on a quest you can: Stop tracking this quest. Display or hide quest landmarks on the map and the minimap. Move the quest up in the list. By left clicking on a landmark you can activate or deactivate the landmark on the map or on the minimap. By right clicking on an objective you can: Remove the objective from quest tracking. If there is only one objective, this will also remove the quest. Hide the landmark for this objective. By left clicking on the green item name or monster name, you can open the bestiary where you will find more specific information about it. Please note that various information messages (commonly known as "feedbacks" in the studio) are displayed in the chat, in particular to warn you that you've reached the maximum amount of quests trackable in the interface when trying to add a new one. Options Track 3 quests maximum / Track 5 quests maximum Automatically track accepted quests Automatic resizing of the window: this option is selected by default. If you untick the box, you will be able to change the height of the window to suit you. The width of the window can always be changed, whether this option is ticked or not. Hide all landmarks Font size: small - medium Opacity of the window background: 50% - 70% - 90% We hope you'll find this new interface especially helpful during your adventures in the World of Twelve. As for me, I wish you all the best in game! Now, I'm going to get back to the mock-up of the interface for... Q & A Why don't the landmarks always show the exact location of the objective? This is mainly due to transitions between external and internal areas, which are problematic for us (especially underground, in the mines, etc.). This is an area where we'd like to make some improvements.
The Ouginak Class A new class is available in the game (no restrictions). The Ouginak Class is particularly effective at inflicting substantial damage in close range combat and has the ability to transform in combat to increase the effectiveness of certain abilities. The Ouginak Class temple is located on Ohwymi island. A boat takes you there quickly from the continent of Amakna. A devblog article presenting this class is available at the following address: http://www.dofus.com/en/mmorpg/news/devblog/tickets/631762-ouginaks-101 The Revaluation of Dofus Click here. Dynamic Positions During the Preparation Phase of a Fight The positioning of allies and enemies in combat outside dungeons are now refreshed between each successful fight on a map. The new system still offers 12 positions per team and randomly generates positions at short, medium and long distance to serve a wide range of tactical approaches. We have changed this system to provide more variety in fights outside dungeons and to limit the use of certain techniques that we considered too efficient (e.g. optimized for certain class, idol and map combinations only). Our objective is to encourage players to seek the optimal combinations of monster groups and combat positions, but in a way that requires you to explore the zone and adapt to the context of the map to maximize wins. The positioning can now be viewed out of the fight by using the new button for this purpose (reached via a shortcut). Combat The gauge showing time elapsed in a fight has been improved: in the update it is more fluid and the gauge empties gradually in accordance with the time remaining. A new option allows you to completely deactivate the display of fatal blows in combat. The character class has been added to the tooltips and the information sheet when hovering over a character. This can be hidden by changing the fight options. In spectator mode, the interface buttons are now displayed above information for a hovered-over entity. This avoids conflicts with the function to automatically display information about the entity who’s turn it is. When a summoner kills their summons while it has effects applied to a target, the duration is correctly updated at the start of the next character’s turn. The preview for Blood Bath spell healing now works correctly. In the fight log, spell effects than can hit several targets are now calculated correctly. In the fight log, Lazybeam spell damage for the Spectral Scout incarnation is now calculated correctly. Damage bonuses with an activation delay (e.g. Cyclic Power dimensional modifier) are correctly calculated in the damage preview. Invisible entities are now correctly treated as obstacles in the potential movements preview for allies. In spectator mode, the appearance of transformed characters is correctly refreshed in the interface showing information for a moused-over target. Spells that modify their own recast interval cannot be recast in certain cases before their recast interval has expired. When a character returns to a fight, the counter for the number of fights fought now increases as it should, regardless of the method used to join the fight again. This fix avoids situations in which some non-subscribed accounts managed to have an unusually high number of fights. When creature mode is activated, Sram’s Double now has the correct summoning appearance as soon as he is summoned. Closing the end-of-fight interface now correctly deactivates the display of tooltips for mouse-over items. The Challenges interface is no longer interactive, arrows indicating important elements (monster, character or square) now function when mousing over a Challenge. The Timeline folds and unfolds correctly when using a shortcut to display or hide all the interfaces on the edge of the screen. Casting the same spell several times very quickly while targeting an icon on the Timeline no longer causes you to disconnect. The end-of-fight interface is displayed correctly when there are more than 16 fighters. In the end-of-fight interface, items won that are not directly visible are correctly displayed using the “+” button mouseover and a sword is displayed next to the name of the character who started the fight. When casting a spell results in the casting of a second spell, the animations for both spell are now played in chronological order. Kolossium Interface management for spectators has been improved. This interface should now open more quickly and without causing long lags in maps containing a very large number of fights (e.g. in the Kolossium building). Tooltips in the Kolossium interface are hidden correctly when the interface is closed via a shortcut. Interfaces The 2 billion kama limit for inventories (character inventory, bank, house chests, Haven Bag chest, etc.) has been increased to 1,000 billion kama. In the chat interface, the text no longer scrolls automatically when text is selected and new messages are received. Removing an item from an inventory while the inventory scroll bar is positioned at the bottom no longer moves the position of the scroll bar. The item tooltips and chat interface messages are displayed correctly after the client cache has been emptied or the font size changed without restarting the DOFUS client. The grid displayed on the mini map remains displayed correctly when the character enters a divine dimension or Incarnam. The zoom level and world map position are now saved between sessions for each of the characters in an account. The zone for resizing interfaces has been reduced to make it easier to use interface elements (these were sometimes hidden by the resizing zone). In the Bestiary interface, monster health points over 5 figures long are no longer truncated and monster elemental resistance is now displayed correctly as a resistance percentage (and not a fixed resistance). The tooltips displayed when hovering over characters no longer show unusually large empty spaces between the names of characters and guild and alliance emblems. The NPC Hal Ions is correctly displayed in his exchange interface. The world map tooltips are no longer incorrectly displayed after using a teleporting potion via a keyboard shortcut. In the ornaments interface, ornaments are now correctly grayed out when the PvP alignment mode is activated. In the spells interface, the contextual menu to change the spell level only displays the levels of spells that are available now. In the character selection interface, the character level selected is correctly displayed when the font size for small screens is activated. In the Level Up interface, the character is correctly displayed when transformed by an Incarnation. In the Bestiary interface, the monster presence zones are correctly displayed on the Labyrinth of the Minotoror and Dragon Pig maps. In the identification interface, the Caps Lock activation tooltips are displayed correctly when the font size for small screens is activated. In the main menu, the scroll-down list to change character is displayed correctly when the characters’ names contain a large number of characters. In the chat interface, forbidden words followed by a punctuation mark are correctly censored. In the chat interface after creating a screenshot, the tab containing the message to indicate that there is a new screenshot is now highlighted correctly. The icons for restricted mode and non-subscriber mode are correctly displayed when they are both visible at the same time. Resizing the chat interface should no longer reduce the size of the text entry field as it did in certain cases. The performance of the chat interface has been improved. In the Streaming version, the main menu buttons are correctly positioned. It is now possible to unequip a costume from the shortcut bar. Sending incorrectly formatted messages in the chat interface no longer causes a disconnection. In the Zaaps interface, removing the favorite skill for a Zaap no longer removes this skill from all Zaaps. In the Zaaps interface, adding or deleting a favorite skill for the current Zaap correctly changes the star displayed in the interface title. In the Zaapis interface, adding or deleting a favorite skill for a Zaapi now works correctly when another identical Zaapi is used for several destinations (e.g. Library and Bonta Documents Marketplace). The tooltips are no longer overlapping in the interface to track a KOTH in AvA mode. In the interface to create a character, if no color has been modified by the player, the default colors are correctly applied after a change of sex or class. In the options, deactivating the option to optimize text for small screens now works correctly. In English, in the interface to create community challenges, the abbreviation for the word “day” is correctly translated. When the chat interface has a customized size, pressing the button “+” increases it to the maximum size and pressing the button “-” reduces it to the minimum size. In the shortcuts bar, it is now possible to equip and unequip a costume by double clicking on it. In the inventory, the number of kamas owned is displayed correctly, even when there are more than a billion kamas and the font is optimized for small screens. The color of gauges in interfaces has been changed to be consistent with the customized gauges displayed in the lower banner. In the lower banner, the tooltips text shown when hovering over customized gauges has been improved. Buttons displayed in confirmation windows with 3 buttons are correctly positioned. The Idols, social, alignment, Kolossium, mount and spouse interfaces now have an icon displayed on the top left of their title bar. In the chat interface, two new entries have been added to the menu to show the main shortcuts and usable commands. Merchant modes In shops belonging to characters, in merchant mode, it is now possible to go directly to the next shops or the previous shops on a map (using two new buttons added to the interface) without having to close the interface and click on another character in merchant mode. Guilds and alliances It is now possible to invite a guild to join an alliance that has just been created. It is no longer possible to place Perceptor in the Kickroach's Lair zone. The Huppermage and Ouginak class emblems are available in the list of guild emblem designs. In the character sheet, clicking on an empty guild or alliance slot correctly opens the corresponding Fellow Pages even if another Fellow Pages is already open. Professions Moving the camera or zooming no longer interrupts the processing of the queue of actions when collecting resources. In the professions interface, the referencing options are now displayed in a special tab. In the book that lists crafters, the list refreshes correctly when there are no crafters registered for the selected profession. In normal and co-op crafting, the close button on the central interface block has been removed. Mounts and breeding Seemyools that have reached the maximum number of matings are displayed correctly when the sterile mounts filter is activated. The bulk transfer of mounts to the paddock has been optimized. It is now possible to delete a mount certificate without having to close the interface for paddock management by using the “Release this mount” button. In the breeding interface, if the mount selected is a certificate, the buttons in the information sheet to feed and castrate are deactivated. In the entry field of the interface to feed mounts, pets and living items, you can no longer enter a quantity higher than the number of items owned. The tooltips displayed in the paddock interface have been standardized. The contextual menus used in the paddock interface have been standardized. In the mount information for a mount in certificate form, the button to castrate is now unavailable as it should be. Items The reselling price of the following items to NPCs has been reduced: Prespic Ring, Prespic Belt, Prespic Cloak, Prespwig, Gobball Belt, Mos Kitano, Boar Hooves, Moskito Amulet, Boar Ring, Turkohat, Small Moskito Schoolbag, Moskabuto. Non-submersible cloaks and hats are no longer displayed when the character is under water; the default diving helmet is displayed correctly. Sidekicks Sidekick health points are now indexed on the character’s health point percentage at the end of the positioning phase. We made this change so that the characters with a sidekick cannot start their fights without getting back a sufficient amount of health points first. Soul Stones Soul stones full of monsters, archmonsters and dungeon guards can now be recycled and generate nuggets. The “An Eternal Harvest” quest no longer gives soul stones, except for the one to capture the soul of Giant Kralove. We made this change because a substantial amount of the game’s soul stones came from this quest and we wanted to reset the value of soul stones made by players. When a monster is no longer available in the game permanently, the soul stones containing it are deleted from the marketplaces and character inventories. Classes Huppermage Journey: the loss of MP can no longer be un-bewitched and no longer applies to allies. Osamodas Fossil: The Vitality bonus on allies has been replaced by a reduction bonus of 15% for damage suffered. The duration of the effects on allies is now 2 turns. Duster: the way this spell works has changed, it now causes Air damage that is increased for each Tofu present on the battlefield. Black Tofu and Podgy Tofu: the recast interval for the Tofu Transposition spell is now shared between all the Tofus. The range is now 5. Black Wyrmling and Red Wyrmling: The recast interval for the Dragoheal spell is now shared between all the Wyrmlings. The healing value has increased. Damage from the Black Dragofire and Red Dragofire spells has been reduced. Black Gobball and Gobball: The recast interval for the Gobball Attraction spell is now shared between all the Gobballs. The range is now 6. The attraction value is now 5 squares. Damage from the Contusion and Gobball Bite spells has increased. Crackler Punch: the range becomes 2, 2, 3, 3, 4 and 5 at levels 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 of the spell. High-Energy Shot can no longer be cast during the first turn. Eliotrope The Bullying spell can no longer be cast during the first turn. Eniripsa Stimulating Word: the spell no longer increases the value of healing received. Thunderous Word: The range becomes 3, 3, 4, 4, 5 and 6 at levels 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 of the spell. The spell now requires a line of sight. Puzzling Word: the damage and healing values have been reduced. Turbulent Word: The spell no longer pushes away. Damage has increased. The damage is now a health steal. Feca Gravitational Glyph: The recast interval becomes 7, 7, 7, 6, 6 and 5 at levels 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 of the spell. Minimum range becomes 0 at all levels of the spell. Maximum range becomes 0, 1, 2, 2 at levels 1, 2, 3 and 4 of the spell. Sadida Natural Gift: The recast interval becomes 3 at all levels of the spell. The healing value increases at all levels of the spell. Sacrier The Pain Shared spell can no longer be cast during the first turn in the game. Spell Animations Spell animations and graphic effects for the Cra and Feca classes have been improved. Dungeons Tal Kasha: The Rise and Shine, Contract Killer, Elitist and Unpredictable challenges no longer appear against Tal Kasha. The Nahuatl Idol is now incompatible. Wurmlord: The Djim Idol is now incompatible (it makes combat impossible). The Stapleworm of Gyroskopik spell no longer causes display problems in the remaining AP. The conditions required to open the Lair of the Giant Kralove no longer require characters of specific classes and genders (however you still need a team of 48 different characters). Monsters Monsters using class spells now have specific spells (to reduce spillover effects when the class spells are changed). The functioning of the Khepricorn monster has been improved and it now uses its spells in a more pertinent way. The Beeteloot monster no longer recasts the Bulking Up spell at every turn. Achievements Two new Achievements have been added to the Dopples category: Ouginak Dopple and Ouginak Challenge. The meta achievements, Take 'Em All and Happy People have also been updated with the addition of Ouginak Dopple. Closing the Achievements interface after consulting an Achievement and then opening it again, no longer causes black stripes to appear in the interface. The level required to complete the Cursed achievement, has been reduced from 200 to 190. Achievements that require you to make Kwismas Gifts are correctly validated when several gifts are created simultaneously. In the Achievements interface, when search results are displayed, it is now possible to show or hide the unlocked Achievements. Quests The Ouginak Dopple has been added to the list of Temple Dopples to fight on the An Excessive Baker's Dozen quest. A new Ouginak Dopple hunting quest has been added. After visiting Astrub on the request of Adviser Arky, young Ouginaks can complete a new quest given by Sally Combhum. Once the End of the Tunnel quest has been completed, adventurers with sufficient experience have the option to move between the area around the Ouginak Temple and the Gorge of Howling Winds. Soft Water or Hard Water quest: this quest is now correctly validated when the character hands over the Strange Water Sample and turns down Carlen Rick’s offer. Characters that have completed the quest without receiving their reward can obtain the kamas and resources owed them by talking to the NPC Carlen Rick again. A Draconian Remedy quest: it is no longer possible to obtain the Bworker Prismatic Token several times. Talking to the NPC Krowbe Jondon allows you to delete useless prismatic tokens at the end of the quest. Devotion quests can no longer be started by non-subscribed characters. In The Polly Reece Effect quest, the recipe for the Unspeakable Mixture changes from level 200 to level 1. In The City of Trouts quest, obtaining Sandworm Entrails on Grade 5 monsters was not automatic: this problem has been corrected. When you open a game in the quests interface for the first time, the objectives validation status is displayed correctly. In the quests interface, the objectives for repeatable quests already completed at least once, are no longer shown as validated. In the quests interface, unvalidated quest objectives are no longer shown as validated after the client cache is deleted. In the quests interface, the "Search criteria" button now works correctly. In the quests interface, the buttons to open NPC dialogs are no longer layered up in the interface’s scroll bar. Repeatable quests are no longer displayed in duplicate in the quests log when they have been started again. Treasure hunts The direction arrows shown in the treasure hunt interface are now displayed more quickly after validating a marker or a stage. Haven Bag In Haven Bag customization, it is now possible to make a haven bag accessible to friends and/or guild members. In the list of guild members and friends, an icon is now added when the character has granted permission to access to their Haven Bag. Clicking on this icon allows them to open the player’s Haven Bag. Renaming Characters It is now possible to enter the same name as used previously when using a name change potion; a new name change potion is then added to the character’s inventory. Be careful though, the credited potion is linked to the account for 62 days. This change allows you to test the availability of a character name before changing it and cancel the renaming request. A name change ordered by a moderator is always strictly obligatory and does not give the right to a potion credit. In the character creation interface, during a renaming, a button has been added to make it possible to reinitialize the text field and to display the initial name again. Tutorial Equipment obtained during the tutorial can be correctly equipped via the contextual menu. In the tutorial, the arrow showing the Idol to be equipped is no longer displayed after the Idol has been equipped. During the tutorial, an error message is no longer displayed if you are disconnected due to inactivity. The arrows now point to the correct elements when the Level Up interface and Death of a Character interface are displayed. The positioning marker glued to the Poutch is moved one square so that the character doesn’t get locked during the tutorial on combat movements. In the tutorial phase explaining combat movements, the square just in front of the character is now indicated by an arrow. In the tutorial phase explaining how to cast a spell, the arrow points correctly to the second spell in the shortcuts bar. The Quest Log link in Master Attwerk’s dialogs, correctly makes an arrow appear indicating the icon to open the Quests Log. Optimization and performance The arrival and departure of characters or entities on a map has been optimized and no longer causes client lags. To improve performance, animations associated with map exit markers are no longer played simultaneously. Miscellaneous A superior-grade Poutch Ingball monster has been added in the Amakna village Kanojedo. The respawn time for the Poutch monsters in the Amakna Kanojedo and the Vigilante Base is decreased. An icon has been added to the world map to indicate the portal position that allows you to enter the tournament arena (en [-6, -12]). The Goultarminator zone has been renamed: it is now called the Goultard Arenas. The commandments of the Ouginak god and the Ouginak class book can be consulted in the Watchdog Coast Temple on Ohwymi Island. Unsubscribed characters can no longer use the entrance located in the Amakna Castle Gobball Breeding Station sub-area. This avoids people getting trapped on arriving in the Amakna Castle Tunnels sub-zone. It is no longer possible to throw kamas in the trash, even if it is dirty money. Characters with a level below or equal to 5 can now talk on the general channel if they are on a prison map. It is no longer possible to move when transformed in tombstone mode. When the connection fails at the first port tested, the attempt to enter the next port will lead to direct entry into the game without having to choose a character again. Limitations are added to the number of messages one can send within 24 hours. These limitations are different for subscribed and unsubscribed accounts. They are not applied to the Guild, Alliance, Group, and Team chats. These limitations are there in order to control the impact of the massive “flood” generated by some accounts (whether they are subscribed or not). The maximum values that we have set up could be adjusted in the future depending on community feedback. We intend to make these limitations inconsequential to “normal” players.
Imps has moved from France to the USA, upgraded to a shiny new version of our forum software, and got a whole new look! There's plenty of new stuff to find, so I won't bother attempting to list the new bells and whistles here-- but suffice it to say that there's some great updates. The most major known issue, though, is that the upgrade process had to change how avatars were stored -- and apparently, not everyone's avatar made it through. If yours appears to be missing, just add it to your profile again and everything should look great. Sorry for the inconvenience! Welcome home, everyone :)
This is list of archmonsters, that I have now to sell. I started catching them 11.10.2013 and try to enlarge the list. I will daily update this post. Prices: 1-50 lvl - 50 kk 51 - 100 - 75kk 101 - 150 - 100kk 151 - 1000 - 150kk Contact: - PM on forum - PM in game Melodyna OR if offline Merchant [0,1] List: Nebuchadnezzar the Conqueror Abounteous the Generous Kokonan the Talker Turtrenalds the Tragic Misskokoko the Channel Arachnawar the Killinmachin Bulbushisu the Makisan Suzessman the Enthusiastic Bulbamoon the Trumpeter Bambono the Holy Kitsewey the Blue Scaratheef the Pincher Jellyposukshion the Slim Scarabreef the Short Bulbigroov the Dancer Leopardon the Sorry