Notice that the screen says "Halloween Sale - 50% Off!" I believe that Halloween already happened and so did that sale. It also says there are 16/1500 players online. I think that the server is currently down for construction or a staff meeting.
We have in the past weeks been working on a gamemode, which is finally ready for release soon unless unforeseen issues occur. KVC is in BETA and the gameplay will be experimental, so we are open to gameplay changes.
Knight versus Creatures is a gamemode that consist of two teams with their own objectives. The main objective of the knights is to defend and protect their nexus points, while creatures are attempting to damage it within their time limit of three minutes. The game is round based and a best of five, the first team to win three rounds wins the game. You win a round by either completing the objective or simply killing all opponents.
You get to pick a class each round. You unlock the various classes by leveling up through gathering experience in playing and completing the objectives. The knights and creatures consist of variated classes with their different advantage and disadvantages. A good tactical approach to the composition of classes on your team will be essential to winning rounds.
What's different from the old mail command and the new mail command?
Well, the old mail command was per server mail box. Now it's a global command (All servers) linked to all servers. The new system is fully chatinteractive!
How do I use it? What do I do?
Well all you have to type to check your inbox is /mail (shown below) Dark Gray shows the mail was not read yet. Gray shows that you have read that mail.
Clicking on the mail in your inbox will open up the mail in full detail (shown below)
Hovering over each part of the mail shows their hidden functions. - Mail ID: this is used for staff locating reported mails and for you to keep track of your mails. - Date sent: Hovering over this message shows that all emails get auto deleted 30 days after the sent date. - Status: Clicking this message sets the mail to unread to change it back to dark gray. - Reply: Clicking this message starts the process to send a mail back to this player. - Delete Mail: Clicking this message deletes the mail. - Report Mail: Marks mail as DELETED and gets reported to the staff helpop system (shown below)
How do I send a mail to a player?
To start composing a mail. Type: /mail send <playername>
Once you get the message to start typing, start typing just like you would in chat. Your chat gets canceled and writes it into the mail you're about to send.
After you completed typing out your composing mail. Type "DONE!", this will re-enable your chat and send you a draft what you are about to send. (example below) After you're certain that you're ready to send your mail, click on [Send Mail]