Drathania

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About Drathania

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  1. That fixed it... Now light sources flicker. Think I know why it wasn't on by default, I must have turned it to unlimited way back. To flicker or not to flicker... That is the question. Edit: Will have to deal with dodgy fog, light flickers are extremely frequent and nauseating.
  2. I'm noticing during fog these bright patches/rows appearing in front of me, the denser the fog, the closer and more often these patches occur. Anyone know how to get around this monstrosity? Console log; http://paste.creeperhost.net/view/0a88ed41 System Specs; https://valid.x86.fr/pk8dj3 Picture:
  3. The client is playing unrelentingly loud shoreline water splashing noise up at Roasted Malt (Indy) because some sand was placed down on our mountain. *Would be great if we could get an option just to silence or change the volume of said water files.
  4. Macro's are for snowflakes, real wurmian's are like;
  5. I appear to be missing the "Move" menu on any object, I've reset the client (including ripping out the configuration files from my user directory in windows) and the issue persists. Any ideas how to bring back the "Move" menu? Wurm Online 4.0.11 (with or without experimental files, same problem).
  6. I have a job thanks, it just involves long periods of 'nothing to do' on some days and absolutely everything to do on other days - Wurm fills that void of boredom. As for being 'glued to a computer', not so much, plenty of 15~30min breaks where I just walk away from the PC each day; coffee/smoke break, house cleaning, looking after the animals and other things (shopping etc), yet still hit the fatigue wall. Don't be so presumptuous. Character 1: Grinds 10+ hours a day, doesn't hit fatigue 'ever'. Character 2: Grinds <8 hours/day, hits fatigue, repeatedly. The only difference, one of them is really old and one of them is a new character. Somethings obviously bugged either way.
  7. The biggest reason I'm playing WU at the moment is I can use the no-fatigue mod. I played WO for years (7+?) on my main, I never once hit fatigue (in the early days I did hit the pop-up question checker thingy maybe 3 times) and after Xanadu came out and tore up my village population who mostly quit, I quit. I've attempted several times to 'start fresh' and give WO another go and every single time I've quit having hit fatigue in the first day or two, it's frustrating. A number of players on my server have had chats about returning to WO as a group and giving it another go, but every time the answer is the same "Let's not... Fatigue system...".
  8. Been noticing a similar behaviour on my server, when I'm online. [08:00:13] No other players are online on The grind (1 totally in Wurm). Seems to happen after a restart > logon, play for a bit, correct player count > logoff > log back on hours later and the login isn't recorded properly.
  9. Fog spiders may be related to the agg. creature bug, with the nonNewbie hacky-fix in, we noticed a lot less fog spiders spawning. Without non-newbie, they were spawning in droves and invading deeds like crazy.
  10. One way to check if it's the mod; disable the mod and see if it still happens, if it doesn't, report it to the mod dev so they can inspect it closer and roll out a mod update with a fix.
  11. Check it's not a new player too, I often notice VirtualZone errors like that for newly logged in, brand-spanking-new-to-the-server-players, until, they logout and log back in again a few times. If it's a new player, I tend to ignore it.
  12. Disabling the dens just reinforces the fact that 'wild-spawns' for certain mobs is fubar. I did this and meant that cows, bulls, wolf, cats, bison etc spawned... but lava fiends, trolls, spiders, bears, scorpions, crocodiles, god creatures, didn't spawn at all, as previously documented; So I assume at this point, certain mobs go over their % cap because other spawns are not being factored into the cap (because they're actually missing from the spawning routine by some bug or other) and a huge % of their cap is made up by dens. Their cap % isn't actually what you think it is, it's inflated as there's a chunk of mob %'s not being factored in ...at a wild guess. The missing wild-mobs you do see at the moment are den dependant, which means those like the hell hound/scorp/horse and bosses do not appear in the stats at all - to this date, there is only 1 boss on my new server map that I spawned myself, no bosses have naturally spawned over the last few months, which is a very different result to the boss infested creative map we had back in Nov. Can play with the 'weights' all I wanted, could force hardcapped limits (not the soft-cap %) to prevent over spawning (creatures template, add temp.MaxCreatureCount (I think it is - check the shark one out, it's hardcapped much like octopus and dolphins)), same result, a chunk of mobs are missing entirely and its always the same mob names cropping up. The only thing I can deduct; Dens aren't the problem. Biome weights aren't the problem. SpawnTable isn't the problem. Unless ofc, something in the code has had a knock-down effect on the spawning mechanics. Which brings us to the hacky-fix; The only way I managed to get something similar to original spawning was to go disable the non-newbie line in the zones.class, which seems to have unlocked the missing wild-spawns and allows everything to spawn once more. Being a Java newbie, I have no idea what the non-newbie thing does, I only found it by process of elimination by throwing in log reports every step of the spawning routine, until I hit the print out that matched in that code. Something tied in with 'non-newbie' has borked, in my newbie-opinion. I just can't bring myself at the moment to pickup the game and play it, because the challenge has just been sucked away and my storybook is just rife with "... built a wall... tended my crops... went fishing... took a stroll... culled some more rats on the marsh, shamelessly low FS gain... nothing new today... another player has quit to play a totally different game *yawn*"... I actually miss having to look over my shoulder every 5 mins and running to help a neighbouring town or random wanderer, the highways have never looked soo safe.
  13. Any update on this?
  14. First reported on regular build 1.0.0.6 for us too. Server uses; Announcer BetterDig HarvestHelper JPWM Offspring Names Move to Center BountyMod SpellMod MeditateMod SacrificeMod SalveMod SkillMod ProspectMod Some players are exceptionally laggy due to their home connections and run into problems quite often (such as this, or stuck items in the inventory), and some are on high speed low latency connections, across Windows 7, 10 and Linux. Server is running on Win10 Pro since WU came out, behind an anti-DDoS filter router (cable line-bonded over multiple high speed fibre connections), has no performance issues with CPU and doesn't come close to capping it's RAM, hardware is tested monthly with no hardware errors to date. Max player base has been around 20, however, since the aggressive creature ratio % is still not fixed, it's dropped to 1~3 players on average and there haven't been any incidents recently, at least none that have been reported. One thing I have noted; it seems to effect vehicle passengers, I think all reports have been stuck passengers, including one on my own boat(Knarr) I was driving.
  15. Seen it a few times on my server, players have called for my attention because they're often 'stuck' in vehicles when it happens (not personally had it happen to my character yet). They can't move, or even rotate their view around, can't disembark and have needed to be #reload.