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Ruby posted a topic in Completed SupportI'm very new to this server and was directed towards LoTC for minecraft roleplay, I haven't swam too deeply in the lore but some of the creatures, particularly the Sirens and Cervitaurs catch my interest. The friend who directed me to here informed me that it is possible make applications for them and I've always liked giving some perspective to background things as these. I understand you need to make a character (whitelist) application to be involved in the server. My queries arrive because I'm wondering if it is allowed to put one of these creatures down as your character application to be white listed? I tried to find information about it, but I'm either blind or just not looking at the right places. I get the implication (which may be wrong) that some creatures need to be attatched to a character, such as arcane familiars or puppets. And I also see that good bit of the creatures wouldn't make viable characters for various reasons, (Such as hostility, lack of sapience, ruin the carpet!). I don't really have interest in those ones and have no queries regarding them, only things like Cervitaurs and the like. If its allowed, and I am looking very forward to making a nice full character with them! Thank you for answering!
Hi, So I recently just changed my minecraft username and as did my friend. When I tried to log onto the server, it said 'Failed to verify username'. Is there anyway this can be fixed? My old username: ItzHarleyQ My new username: Amira_Patil Her old username: __Catwoman__ Her new username: Juliet_Wayne Thanks
Silevon posted a topic in Denied Server IdeasA few Roses and I in TeamSpeak were discussing something about applications and new players, and we had an idea. Why not add a secret 'phrase' in the server rules? I remember as well, back in Aegis the application system had two questions: "What was your favorite rule?" and "What was your least favorite rule?" Why not add these back? It could at least give the AT some assurance that applicants read the rules, and the applicants actually have to read the rules to be accepted.