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Discussion in 'Planet Toulan' started by McCormick, Sep 9, 2017.
At least the start page says so...but we know better. -_-
Well they might have rain... even bits of Calypso now have changing weather depending on robots attack (robots only attack when it it is dull and overcast).
Toulan looks alright though in that vid... I should go before they go bust really.
Toulan is a pretty place, but it gets boring very quickly
since you can't use vehicles there...
entire planet is fairly small... not sure exactly how many servers it has, but it's not many, and the middle of the map is a big puddle... there are a few critters in the pond, but it's mainly wasted space. Southeast side of the map is a big hole with a lot of mobs and steep cliffs, which is a major pain in the ass unless you got a tp chip...
hidden city is in the northeast, but it's way up in the mountains and is a bit of a pain since tping won't always land you on the level of the mountain you need to be on when you want to be there, so you either got to tp around a bit or wander around. speed buff is helpful here.
The rain is cool on Toulan.
Did you get adjusted pixie + rifi disciple armor???
yep... 2 parts on the pixie. Reported it on their forum. Not sure if it ever got fixed.
I reported the gltiched coat more then 2 years ago. Who cares.
I... don't travel to Islamic countries (anymore). That's all I want to say about it.
No vehicles... sounds like Ancient Greece. I generally like these restrictions... was kinda sad to hear they lifted the restrictions at Greece
If I took over as CEO (pretty doubtful) on Day 1 before lunch I would get rid of all vehicles, pets, rings, 90% of all weapons, armour and tools and mobs, land areas and malls (introduced a class divide in EU) skill chips, planets (except Calypso) reintroduce old hangar system, old land grab system (society won land grabs are OK I reckon) reintroduce old maps and PE graphics and music, have a dozen players as consultants and go-betweens between board and community.
Maybe that's a bit too radical.