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InsertNameHere posted a topic in [OTHER] The War RoomHello there! Created in September of 2015, Intercontinental is a community hub for English speakers on the 1.29 Eratz server, with the intention of being a place to chat and find people to play with. It's secondary purpose is campaigning to show international support for version 1.0 of the game. The only rule of this guild is: 1. Do not partake in any activity that could harm the guild or server as a whole. Some examples being: - use of programs or scripts to automate gameplay and/or supporting those who do. - abuse of guild privileges. - theft of property or accounts. - etc. Violating this rule will result in banishment. Anyone who re-invites a banned player will also face being banned. Side notes: - I'm all for free speech, but unless you're dedicated to being that one person who goes down in history as being truly intolerable, try to avoid unnecessarily being an ass to other members. If you have a problem with someone in the guild, try to resolve your conflict in private messages, or IGNORE THEM FOR THIS SESSION. - You may use perceptors to farm, but please be considerate and remove them when you leave the map, as we cannot realistically control territory. Collecting from another player's perc will be considered theft, but if you're offline, the perceptor is fair game for anyone. - XP donation and amount is voluntary, though it would be appreciated if you could set at least 1%. --- Alongside myself (Kyamari / Indifferent), Asleep, Meteonykaa, Shuckle and Stealthyaura are you full-right admin. All members have invite rights, so find one of us in game, or leave us a message here if you're having trouble finding someone. Also join discord voice and text chat! (This is not exclusively for guild members)
InsertNameHere posted a topic in [OTHER] ResourcesSupport your local not-a-bot lumberjack. Need small quantities of wood for a craft? Shoot me a PM and I can hook you up at a competitive price. This isn't an offer to fulfil bulk orders. Thanks!
You wanted it? Well, here it is! The old version of DOFUS, the infamous Version 1.29, as specially requested by some of our more nostalgic players, is now available to all subscribers. As you may know, there are already two 1.29 servers, Eratz and Henual, that, until now, have been reserved for the Hispanic community. Historically, we kept them so we wouldn't be unfairly disadvantaging our Latin American players, whose computers may not necessarily have been able to keep up with the performances required to enjoy DOFUS 2.0 to the fullest. Now, we have decided to open these servers to all our communities, on one condition: you must be subscribed. But... why? The desperate pleas of our more nostalgic players got the better of us! If we were going to bring back Version 1.29, we decided we might as put it face to face with our new update, which represents one of the biggest changes in the game's interface and design to be seen in many years: Update 2.36! We hope this will show our most dedicated players that we have really, REALLY improved over the years. We understand this desire to return to a simpler time, to once again get caught up in this blast from the past... but you may be deeply disappointed to discover that you've been looking at the past through rose-tinted glasses. In fact, this release will prove definitively to anyone having doubts that it wasn't better before, but that... it was good at the time. This decision was also taken in the best interest of our communities, both in terms of equality and security. As some countries still need to access these servers, we've decided to offer the same opportunity to all our players, without them having to resort to using a VPN and, in doing so, risking the security of their account. A trip back in time... ... that has no future! In fact, this retro version of DOFUS is a bit like trying to revive a Pandawa the morning after Saint Potrick's, so don't expect too much! Since this version is frozen in time, there are certain services it doesn't offer: No support (except in very specific cases) No updates No services (like color changes, server transfers, etc) No recurring in-game events like Kwismas, Vulkania, and Al Howin (and therefore no special events either) Error messages and bugs that are still there and will stay there forever, perserved like a Moskito in amber. Subscription gifts cannot be sent to the 1.29 server (but they can still be sent to the current version of the game) To be brief, this internet re-release is simply a small token for our more nostalgic members who want to wander misty-eyed through the World of Twelve of their younger days. But that's it! So, if you want to have an enjoyable game experience on these servers, it's up to you to take care of them. How do you access them? You'll need to have a certified account (see Ankama's account certification procedure). Be subscribed Install the DOFUS 1.29 client ... that's all there is to it! If you run into problems or have any questions, please read the FAQ on the DOFUS forum. Click here to download the game.