05/20/2015

Hello,

I previously announced on the forums that we were in the process of introducing a “reincarnation” system, and today we are going to activate it. For those of you who don’t participate actively on the forums, here’s a short explanation:

With “reincarnate” you are able to permanently retire a character and partially transfer his/her skills/experience to a new character. For a more detailed description of the process, please check out “help reincarnate”.

As with all new features (especially those which have a significant impact on game play), you might encounter bugs or unwanted effects when you try it out. In this case, please contact me immediately and I will help you to sort it out.

Regards,
Abharsair

05/16/2015

As I announced quite a while ago, we have now capped the maximum favor you can gain with a god by doing rituals at his/her shrine (example: Zhakrin scale, Asral sacrificial pit, etc.). If you want to raise your favor above the limit, you will have to attend sermons. If you fail to attend a sermon, you will lose favor in proportion to the amount you already have.

In addition to that, if you ask a shrine priest about “sermon”, he/she will tell you the time that the next sermon will take place.

05/05/2015

Greetings,

Starting today, certain shrine priests will notify all of his/her god’s followers that there is going be a sermon to attend to. As for now this only means that you will have an additional source of divine favour, the opportunity to meet fellow believers,¬† and the chance to socialize with like-minded characters.

However, in the near future (once we are reasonably sure that everything works as planned), we will cap the favour you will receive through rituals (e.g. lighting candles, tossing sacrifices into fire pits, and so on) and you will need to attend said  sermons to reach maximum favour. This will of course affect only ordinary followers, and NOT Clerics.

Also, if you don’t attend those sermons, you will lose a small amount of favour, but this will be implemented at a later time when we are sure that everything works.

Lastly, four of our gods have only the (extremely) boring and often nonsensical default sermon, so I would appreciate it a lot if someone who feels creative enough would come up with a customized sermon and submits it to me.

As usual, if you have questions, suggestions, concerns, encounter a bug, etc., please contact me.

Thanks,
Abharsair