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Event:
Wondrous Winter

Start: 2018-12-21 23:00:00
End: 2019-01-21 23:00:00

  1. NecroRevolver - 115220
  2. Modesty - 93315
  3. zakmat - 44570
  4. Jaxxer - 24330
  5. natural585 - 21507
  6. ChuChuFlamingo - 15206
  7. KPG - 15022
  8. Aleron Ives - 13337
  9. Lutz - 11660
  10. Blst - 10150

Last updated:
2019-03-22 08:15:55

 
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  • Mar 02, 2019 05:31:18 UTC:
    @pcwzrd13 A server-side bank has been a feature that's been on the todo list for a long time. Unfortunately, it'd require a lot of extra work that is just a lot of work to do to make sure it works right in all cases. So, in short, eventually I'd like that to be a thing, but soon, sadly.
  • Feb 03, 2019 04:00:44 UTC:
    Tokens earned in the Wondrous Winter event on Sylverant can now be traded in for items in-game. See this forum post for more information: https://t.co/iIwQweZMo9 . Token trade-in will be available for at least two weeks, possibly longer (but not forever, certainly).
  • Jan 15, 2019 00:06:43 UTC:
    There's less than a week left to gather tokens and place on the leaderboard on the Sylverant event "Wondrous Winter". Get out there with your highest leveled characters and face higher difficulties to gather tokens and leaderboard ranks most efficiently! #PSO #Dreamcast #Gamecube
  • Dec 26, 2018 04:36:16 UTC:
    @Tulio2Dream It doesn't appear that Palmacosta has support for scripting built in though, so the event still won't work. You need to run the configure script with "--enable-scripting" with Lua 5.3 installed to make it work.
  • Dec 23, 2018 15:00:42 UTC:
    @pcwzrd13 Glad to see people enjoying the event. That said, it only promises in-game prizes, no real ones. ;-)
 
 
 
News

Some actual news!

As of a few hours ago, the site, along with the server itself, are now hosted on FreeBSD, instead of Linux. Why, you may ask, would I switch from a working Linux setup to FreeBSD? The answer to that is simple: the bug that I’ve been chasing that has thus far prevented me from putting up a working Sylverant server does not affect FreeBSD.

No, that doesn’t mean that the server is up for the general public just yet. I still want to do a lot more testing than I’ve done to make sure there aren’t any nasty memory leaks or anything else like that, so that when it is up for the general public, you all don’t bring my server here to its knees within minutes.

In related news, I’ve actually had a little bit of time to work on the code for the Sylverant server, and I’ve fixed a few bugs in the subversion repository. Also, I’ve set up a mailing list for those that might be interested in knowing about any further code commits to the repository. That list can be accessed here.

Its been a bit of a long journey, but I think I can finally see some sort of clearing up ahead.

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