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 on: January 09, 2021, 09:51:08 PM 
Started by Cypress - Last post by Cypress
So, I finally managed to get back into Discord and create an invite link. I donít use discord a lot, so Iím not sure exactly how to share it. I figured probably mot post it publicly heh. I guess if you want an invite, let me know 🙂

 on: January 07, 2021, 11:18:21 PM 
Started by Cypress - Last post by Cypress
The new dwarf forms are now available on the dwarf shape shifting stone Smiley

 on: January 06, 2021, 11:14:06 PM 
Started by Cypress - Last post by Cypress
Music And Music Boxes

To use a music box, you will first need to get a broken music box by completing a quest. You can complete Oliveís quest for a normal music box or Talithaís quest for an elven music box. Both quests are located in Heartwood.

Once you have a broken box, you can fix it using parts and 100 tinkering skill. You will need a bamboo flute, tambourine, drums, lap harp, lute, gears, and a music box winding key. You can get all of these from the music box parts vendors in Heartwood.

To use a music box, you will need either drums for the normal boxes or disk for the elven boxes. The drums or disk will need to be marked to play a song. A blank drum or disk will play nothing. To mark a drum or disk, first find a song. While some are drops, some you can steal, and some are quest rewards! Some songs are for normal boxes and some for elven boxes.

Once you have a song, take it to the music box music writer in Heartwood. He can take the song and make a music box music sheet which is a page of holes showing the pattern that you will need to mark the drum or disk with. Once you have that music sheet, you can use it (requires 100 tinkering) to mark the blank drum or disk. Simply double click the sheet and target the blank drum or disk. Once you have a marked drum or disk you can place it into the appropriate box. Simply double click the drum or disk and target the appropriate box.

There are about 58 songs to find hidden throughout the lands! While some are drops, some you can steal, and some are quest rewards! Here is a list of the songs so that you can check them off as you find them!

Songs for the normal music box

Songs for the elven music box

Songs used in both music boxes for ambience

 on: January 01, 2021, 01:25:34 AM 
Started by Reasey - Last post by Bolvar
Hey Reasey , hope you are doing well! its been a long time since ive seen your name Smiley

We were just talking to Cypress about getting Discord going for Sylvan to maybe help everyone stay in touch
 and maybe lure a few oldies back onto the shard:)

youll need to come back and check out the new X-Pac.
Cypress up to his old tricks so im excited to grind through it too Tongue)
hope to see you in game soon.

 on: December 27, 2020, 10:29:36 AM 
Started by Reasey - Last post by Reasey
Hey everyone!

Been a long long time. Like, really long lol.

Figured I'd reach out and connect with all of you as best I can. The best way I know how is through Discord since it's predominately where I hang out and it's easier than ever to talk to people since we can create our own communities and all. In fact, it's how I currently stay connected to several different communities I'm a part of.

If you have Discord, be sure to hit me up and talk with me! Can find me pretty active during the day, and (sadly often) late at night.

Discord: Reasey#6749

I also have a Twitter you can follow as well, lol. I check it every day and get notified if I have a message there so if you want to stay connected through that, I'm always there.


Hope to see some of you guys soon =). I should be getting on the game every so often to do some grinding, exploring, and other stuff.

 on: December 17, 2020, 09:38:32 PM 
Started by Cypress - Last post by Xannadu
SWEEEEET Thank you Cypress for all of your hard work!...ilove the new mount look! Xan has to get one!

 on: December 17, 2020, 09:24:21 PM 
Started by Cypress - Last post by Cypress
The Sylvan Heartwood Expansion
There are so many quests, creatures, drops, dungeons, and more it may take some time to release the information in more detail! However, here are a number of the highlights Smiley

There is a new installer for the new patches
The Sylvan Installer:
Alternate link:

There are new patches!
There are various minor fixes but also new things for you to enjoy!
There are now mouse and rat ears and tail available.
The Remorhaz is now a mountable pet.
Dwarves now have three new animations!
Thereís a new fire demon!
There are two new goblins!
There is now a small galleon!

There are new areas!
One new area is Heartwood, the area for which this expansion is named. The entrance is just to the north in Yew near a giant white Yew tree.

Another new area is Trammel Dragon Riders Castle! The entrance to that is located inside a cave in the mountain range between Britain and Skara Brae.

There are also new dungeons!
Thereís an expansion to the Fan Dancer Dojo. Fight your way down to the depths of the dungeon and find the entrance to Fan Dancer Palace and the Assassinís Fortress!

Thereís a new Jungle dungeon complete with dangerous trap rooms and strong savage guards! The entrance is a cave in a mountain range near some savages who live in a swamp near Destard. Beware, the entrance is Trammel, but the dungeon is in Felucca!

Another group of dungeons involves a new enemy, the gorgons! Be careful, looking at them can turn you to stone! The cave entrance to the main dungeon is in the western mountain range of the Lost Lands.

In connection with the Trammel Dragon Riders there are evil Felucca Dragon Riders! The entrance to their dark castle is the Felucca realmís reflection of the cave where the Trammel entrance is located.

The Technomancer Empire uses crystals for their golems. These special crystals are mined by dwarven slaves from a special crystal mine. This mine is so dark, even magically dark, that night sight does not work, but itís probably for the best! You may want to see the light given off by the crystals to be able to effectively fight the creatures that lurk in this dark mine. To defeat them you fight them within the moving light given off by various crystals. The lights can also resurrect you! The entrance to the Technomancerís city is on the east of Umbra and the entrance to the mines is in the city.

There are new items
There are now working quivers!
There are now two music boxes, normal and elven, which have various new items that go along with them.
There are new craftable items!
Runic whips are now craftable!
Hand blades are now craftable!
The Royal scepter is now craftable!
Gorgon stones are craftable!
The forest bow and sylvan bows are craftable using new special materials gathered from new creatures scattered throughout the swamps of the lands!
Runic dart guns are now craftable!
Special darts are now craftable! These include lesser poison, poison, greater poison, deadly poison, ice, and greater ice darts!

There are so many new places to go and new things to do! Hope you enjoy!

 on: December 03, 2020, 02:54:04 AM 
Started by Isabeth - Last post by Cypress
Mining and smithing are different but very connected as miners dig up the ore that smiths use  Wink. As durtger tips, you can use a special prospecting tool to tell what kinds of ore are in an area. I believe the tool also upgrades the ore type by one level  Cool. As Dolos pointed out, it may be a very good idea to have a little magery allowing you to mark runes to the locations of various rare ores you find.

 on: December 02, 2020, 12:59:15 AM 
Started by Iris - Last post by Dolos
Candyland is once again open for your Christmas season enjoyment!

 on: November 29, 2020, 07:45:49 AM 
Started by Isabeth - Last post by Isabeth
Thank you very much Smiley

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