Feel free to contact the team if you have questions about it.
Flaming Rock, Rusted Blade, Vermillion Flare, Thistlewhip and Magmaron are the ones from DHT
Yet I can't find a dragon called "Flaming Rock" in the common sources. What kind of dragon is it?
What about the 2 missing dragons from DHT?
I agree that any kill of an ancient should entail consequences, no matter it was by accident or wilfully. Killing an ancient means "bad karma".
As it is probably easier to be implemented, I favor something like a curse (e.g. debuff: dmg -50%, armor -50%) that lasts for some hours of playing time (like the debuff preventing one from taking part in the territory war after switching to another guild). There could also be a cooldown like that: killing an ancient gives you 1 hour of curse and a cooldown of 1 day. If you kill another ancient during the cd time you get 2 hours of curse and a cd of 2 days and so on...
I mean, we wanted to take the game in a more story-heavy direction, then having a curse or debuff for killing off ancient dragons - even accidentally - would be a really fun idea. Currently since there's no repercussion for killing ancients they're just kinda 'there', a pile of wandering XP x'D
Thus you give me a funny idea: what about "negative XP" for killing an ancient?
I also agree with Darktigress: according to the story line we Osira are relatives to the dragons and shouldn't kill those noble beasts. IMHO a curse/debuff like Darktigress mentioned would be a good idea. Would make easy to revenge those murder by loyal Osira in the PvP.
You can also get dragon insignia by taking part in the territorry war on the sky islands: farm 500 tactic points (but less than 1000), stay to the end - and you get 100 dragon insignia.
Draconic Giant Outpost: Evergreen, Goldsteel, Winged Excavator, Dark Side, Dark Harvest
We might need a tax investigation department in SH...
Wanted to use the name card to put in the detailed history of my Charakters - and found out the text is strongly limited.
Please give us much more characters in the name card!
Greetings - Dreka
I think, the Idea of giving players who already spent some money here a litte headstart would be good. Wouldn't seem like a rip-off then.
What about a kind of thank-you gift? Something like that has been suggested in the german part of the forum right after the diamond prices had been changed:
The daily, weekly and monthly achievements provide an easy opportunity to obtain usefull marketplace items whithout spending diamonds. Thus it is recommended to do these achievments regularly.
To view these achievements open the achievements window ("O") and switch to the "Time Limit" section. There you find the daily achievement "No Sweat", the weekly achievement "Force of Habit" and the monthly achievement "Standard Operating Procedure" in the corresponding sub sections. You can see what tasks you have to finish and what items you get in reward.
In this place I give a step-by-step description on how to do the daily achievement "No Sweat" as the weekly and monthly achievement work in the same way.
Task #1: Kill 120 monsters in a day.
Task #2: Give your friends 3 gifts today.
For this task you need 3 friendship gifts and 3 friends in your friends list who are currently online.
Friendship gifts you can buy from the food mearchant or you can craft them by yourself as soon as you have leveled your chef up to crafting level 10.
For sending a gift to a friend open the friends list ("H"), click on the "Send Gift" icon next to the name of a friend who is currently online and choose a gift in the "Send Gift" window.
If you lack active friends post a call in the zone chat for "friends for the the daily friendship gifts", there should be enough helpful players responding.
Task #3: Successfully complete field training 1 time today.
For this task you need 2 dragons. One of the dragons should have at least one free skill slot.
Talk to the Lair Manager and ask him to open the "Dragon Lair" window. Switch to the "Field Training" tab (the one with the lightning symbol). Drag 2 dragons from the stable or lair slots into the 2 field training slots. Conduct the field training by pressing the "Train" button.
During field training there is a chance that one dragon learns a skill from the other dragon. That way it is possible to teach a dragon additional skills which it didn't have right after being captured. Each day there are 3 field training runs for free. If you want to do additional field training runs you need a "Dragon Training Whip" (market place item) or have to pay diamonds.
Task #4: Successfully capture 1 dragon today.
Should also be self-explaining after you have done the main quest in Helmoth (the village where you start your adventure in Auratia).
Task #5: Open the market place 1 time today.
Open the ingame market place by pressing "I".
Task #6: Successfully craft 5 items today.
For this task you need some raw materials. The easiest way to get those materials is to collect them on the map. Collect for example 15 pieces of wood or ore. (Heed that the level of the materials must not be higher than your crafting level. If e.g. your weaponstmith is level 5 you will be able to process unrefined ore (lvl 1-10) but you will not yet be able to process copper (lvl 11-20).) Then go to a crafting station, an anvil for example, and craft 5 pieces of processed product.
Task #7: Successfully craft 1 refinement.
For this task you need a synthesis item and a refinement essence. There are 6 different synthesis items: bone, crust, coarse tendon, sharp horn, sharp scale, sharp fang. For the "No Sweat" achievement it doesn't matter which one you take. Synthesis items you get as drop from mobs. Refinement essence you occasionally get as a side product when quarrying raw materials on the map.
When you got the materials open the Material Refinement Window ("U"). Drag a synthesis item into one of the slots. Press the "Start Refining" button.
Task #8: Enhance 3 pieces of equipment in one day.
Open the Equipment Enhancement Window ("Z" or "Y" - depends on your keyboard country settings). Drag a piece of equipment into the left slots of the window. Choose an attribute for enhancement: Physical Damage/Defence, Magic Damage/Defence, Maximum Energie (for Dragon Shards), Durability. Press the button for the "Normal Enhancement" (costing gold but no dragon insignia or diamonds) 3 times.
And we are done! Wasn't a big thing, was it?
Greetings - Dreka
In my case the problem usually occurs when I sprint with my razorspine (back to the entreance of the dungeon to do my daily quests) whose running speed is above 200% by now (and will further increase when leveling the dragon speed skill as well as when reaching dragon training level 60).
For me the main problem is not the pet getting lost but that it doesn't find its way back to me after re-summoning. If my pet would reliably appear when re-summoned the issue was settled for me.
IMHO the problem could mostly and easily be solved if the pet did appear next to the charakter when re-summoned - independend where it was roaming before.
I have currently the same problem when farmin Corzine and riding my blinktail whithout taking care of my loot pet: it vanishes and - what is the most anoying point - it doesn't come back even when re-summoned several times. I have to loot manually for the rest of that run. This wasn't my expectation when I invested 800 dias for a loot pet and I would greatly appreciate this bug to be fixed.
So does these dailies involve diamonds at all? I cant due friend gift thing got none
You can get friendship gifts from every food mearchant or - even better - craft them by yourself. When you have leveled your chef up to crafting level 10 you automatically learn the reciep for the first friendship gift ("Crispy Fries").
"No Sweat" is a daylie achivment. It can be found in the achivment window ("O") in the section "Time Limit" ==> "Daily". As the name says it doesn't take much effort to gain that achivment and by that a repair hammer each day.
My solution to the repair cost problem: I do "no sweat" on a daylie basis and get one repair hammer per day from that achievment. I also have increased the durability of all my gear to max. When the durability display starts blinking red, it is around 20. But I do not repair before durability has droped below 5 (which usually takes several days - even when farming Corzine on hard mode half the day). Finally I use one of that "no sweat" repair hammers and avoid any repair costs.
I am a lvl 55 guardian with blue gear - and for me this solution works fine. I'm even able to farm gold by running dungeons and selling the loot.
Another measure (which I actually don't need to take any more since doing as explained above): use a randomly droped green wheapon during low level fights. Use your main wheapon only for boss fights.
Concerning the riding bug (slow down) issue: this one vanishes when you got toughness on your gear. Doesn't matter how much, just put toughness on one of your equipment parts (e.g. use a toughness attribute stone).
...not helpful for the overall game crashes and laggs apart from the sidenote to not have your pc running in an energysaving mode...
In my case I was rather surprised that my desktop PC was running in energy saving mode. Thus I mentioned this as a possible source of problem.
The 2nd one is an external modification that actually helped some players regarding crashes BUT was only tolerated by Infernum Team. You shouldn't try to use it before asking how Gamigo is up to this modifikation, as it is altering your game files afterall!
I apologize. I actually wasn't aware of that (with regard to gamigo).
Ildruin? Is it really you? I hardly believe my eyes! Haven't seen any of you GMs for weeks. I was even worried you had all been eaten by the Devourer.
So if it's really you: Welcome back!