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#1
16 Feb 2022 02:12
 
 
As you may have noticed, there are certain skills that you learn
automatically in use, such as nethera tolerance and remission in misery.
However, some of them take quite a lot of time to achieve. Thus they
now save over reincarnations, but there are a couple of things you
should pay attention to.

1) This post doesn't concern seething fervor, it remains as it is.
2) Nethera tolerance and remission in misery are affected by latency, so
you will not automatically gain your previous knowledge.
3) Neither skill will automatically be added to your skill lists when
you rejoin. You will recover the skill when you're doing the same
things you would be normally doing when trying to train the skill.
4) When either skill reaches higher percentages, it is possible to
lose some knowledge permanently during a reincarnation.

These changes will be fully in effect from next reboot. This feature
has been tested, but if you encounter any misbehaviour, let me know.
Hopefully it works, but if it doesn't, well..it's the thought that
counts, right?

--Darol


 
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Darol
A r c h w i z a r d
8y, 234d, 23h, 49m, 48s old
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#2
16 Feb 2022 07:06
 
 
Darol wrote:
As you may have noticed, there are certain skills that you learn
automatically in use, such as nethera tolerance and remission in misery.
However, some of them take quite a lot of time to achieve. Thus they
now save over reincarnations, but there are a couple of things you
should pay attention to.

1) This post doesn't concern seething fervor, it remains as it is.
2) Nethera tolerance and remission in misery are affected by latency, so
you will not automatically gain your previous knowledge.
3) Neither skill will automatically be added to your skill lists when
you rejoin. You will recover the skill when you're doing the same
things you would be normally doing when trying to train the skill.
4) When either skill reaches higher percentages, it is possible to
lose some knowledge permanently during a reincarnation.

These changes will be fully in effect from next reboot. This feature
has been tested, but if you encounter any misbehaviour, let me know.
Hopefully it works, but if it doesn't, well..it's the thought that
counts, right?

--Darol
How about that bloody cloak thing? Will it save?

 
 
 
Tonto
6y, 147d, 19h, 15m, 28s old
Level:
106