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Cupcakers wrote: »
Also, I'm not sure if there is an issue on my end, but the daily deals do not refresh after 24 hours for me, I end up seeing the same items for at least 2-3 days in a row.

They refresh around 1pm EST, the 24h countdown clock is wrong.
I would like to see these items:

Seren's Night School Dyeable Uniform
Elin Colorful Cat Club Costume
Bloodshadow Weapon Skin (Gold and regular version)
Elin Airy Aurora Dress
Golden/Silver Noblesse Weapon Skin
White/Black Lace Bow
Supreme HYDRATH Costume
Chambermaid/Parlor Costumes

Also, I'm not sure if there is an issue on my end, but the daily deals do not refresh after 24 hours for me, I end up seeing the same items for at least 2-3 days in a row.
AnnieClark wrote: »
[Removing Forum Violation]

They care just enough to shadow ban and delete threads/responses but won't respond. How to communicate like EME > :no_mouth:
Nice dead server it is
For anyone following this thread - Recap from stream today(8/13/2018):
News post today or tomorrow, as well as a forum post for anyone who missed the news post.
Circuits gives a rough statement stating that there is no time to do any changes that would have an effect on the PVP servers, and that they are going forward as planned with the split servers come merge day.
This can be viewed on their official twitch channel - EnMasseEntertainment with the VOD Titled "[PS4/XB1] News + Back to School! w/ Circuits" and starts around 19:00 minutes in, and lasts about 3 minutes.
No, come to the forums for your accurate, detailed and fully explained and thought out details

/sarcasm
A message just popped 5 minutes ago on MT saying " there will be a maint in 1 hour at 8AM PDT"

previous maint there were also issues with the server notification.. just saying lol
The only reason they have these forums is because it's an easy way to let the player base come do their moaning and whinging, a rant or fifty now and then just for sh|tz and giggles, then it back to the game to plod along as usual.

Recently me and friend I play with have talked to many ingame players who have said they spend 100's each month on various things, some have spent 1000's of dollars, and they all moan like mad about the bugs and glitches and lack of help etc etc etc.

When I say to them, why you spend so much money on a game you really don't seem to enjoy playing?

They just say I've invested in it so might as well put up with it, and other replies to that effect.

Personally, I bet if every player stopped buying elite and other stuff for real money till the bugs and stuff got fixed, all of a sudden the lack of communication would improve a million fold, but like all game makers and managers, they know it doesn't matter how much they screw over their player base, players will still go pay their money to be better than everyone else, or at least try to keep up with the Elites.

Guess it just the way of MMO's though some much worse than others.

I'm so tempted to try the Gameforge version of Tera see if it better or worse.
@KitTeaCup
Castanica Demons outfit please!!!
How bizarre.

Your 'REWARD' for coming back to the forum are 'j e r k s'?

First of all - why do you expect a REWARD for coming back? It's not exactly like people sit here waiting for you to log on?

Then I went and checked your discussion history on here - over the last days you have asked a lot of questions and all of them got answered. There was one person answering you but apparently you had blocked them and asked them to leave your thread.

Not really sure what your problem is ...

Generally speaking: when you fell like you are experiencing repeating patterns of behaviour towards you, check for the common denominator. Usually it's the one found in the mirror.

What do you mean?
People, who Flame others or people, who can't even play the standards of their role?

EME can't do anything for playing bad a class in Tera. And for spamming/flaming etc. It can only warn or ban people.

In every game is a surge of flamers.
Just block them.
6G93R74ET3 wrote: »
How is today a "daily deal"? One wolf mount for 1995 when you get all 3 in the store for 1000 emp more? And they dont restore anything while mounted....anyways Castanica demons outfit please!!!!!

Yeah, definitely agreed here. It's confusing to have the same item discounted on the shop proper and also a deal, since you have to be very careful to check both places to know where the better deal is. I agree that this sort of thing should be avoided.
How is today a "daily deal"? One wolf mount for 1995 when you get all 3 in the store for 1000 emp more? And they dont restore anything while mounted....anyways Castanica demons outfit please!!!!!
> @counterpoint said:
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> As for account mounts... I imagine they won't be too much cheaper, considering the price they charge for character mounts, since one account mount saves not having to buy for each character. But yeah, none of that's cheap either.

I was actually referring to the old non-flying mounts :'( . I love those aesthetic wise more than having another account bound flying mount. They used to be I think like 30-40$, which is substantially cheaper than the flying mounts or even the lootbox costumes. Hell I remember the original price of the non-lootbox costumes were 995 EMP with the boxes being 150 each.

anyways, back to the original daily deals, I want more account things, as well as maybe service discounts? i.e appearance changers and character slots wld be awesome!
dyeable phoenixclaw
Money grab game... what exactly do you even expect?
This is my reward for enter to the forum after 1 month inactive. Same j e r k s (sorry EME staff,i need to say this) same random people.
This is Lineage 3,sorry.
Aimovera wrote: »
I love how so many people were begging for the system, and now that there's rumors that it'll come to the west... people suddenly don't want it anymore. Come on...
I personally don't mind the extra grind, I mean you're playing the game anyway so you'll get them regardless.
It'll also FINALLY close the huge gap between the classes and give us the ability to run content the way it should be ran.

we wanted it 3 years ago when we were actually interested in playing. The problem is a lot of us have done the content of the patch to death already, so coming back to grind for buffs at a time when the patch is supposed usually dead from this point onwards until a new content release just feels bad. The recent times I've mentioned the talent system i'm sure i mentioned somewhere that i actually didn't want it if they were going to bring the grind with it, because we would of naturally and gradually earned it 3 years ago, but as it stands we'll be worse off with it than veliks helper until we get a reasonable amount of levels behind it. Like i want to be positive but this can and probably will be handled very badly and [filtered] off people even further.(Not to mention how badly ninja and slayer were burned for years when they really needed the talents behind them)
EMP discount ? like 20% or 50% discount to buy emp ?
tisnotme wrote: »
As for account mounts... I imagine they won't be too much cheaper, considering the price they charge for character mounts, since one account mount saves not having to buy for each character. But yeah, none of that's cheap either.
interesting theory seeing they have a few account bound mounts in the shop atm at around the 1497 emp mark

Yeah, these were taken off the store before, but they brought it back for the flying mount sale. If I recall what they showed on the stream on Friday, there will also be a way to earn the pegasus mounts in game in the next patch. But yeah, I guess if you want an account flying mount, this is about as cheap as they've gotten.

tisnotme wrote: »
and looking at the crimson and iron dragons in there atm they look like crimsonhide and ironhide not crimdonscale and ironscale , the hide dragons only got restores 1% of your max HP and MP every second noy 2% and a lesser crit
and I have both crimsonhide and ironhide account bound dragons and am sure I payed around the 3995 emp for each and not 6995 just for a character bound one
and I also have some crimsomscales ones and yes they look the same

These ones that they are selling for 6995 EMP have the 1.5x crit passive skill, like the dragons you can earn in game. This is unlike the account mount version from before that didn't have the passive skill (and also unlike the lootbox version that had the 2.0 skill).
As for account mounts... I imagine they won't be too much cheaper, considering the price they charge for character mounts, since one account mount saves not having to buy for each character. But yeah, none of that's cheap either.
interesting theory seeing they have a few account bound mounts in the shop atm at around the 1497 emp mark
and looking at the crimson and iron dragons in there atm they look like crimsonhide and ironhide not crimdonscale and ironscale , the hide dragons only got restores 1% of your max HP and MP every second noy 2% and a lesser crit
and I have both crimsonhide and ironhide account bound dragons and am sure I payed around the 3995 emp for each and not 6995 just for a character bound one
and I also have some crimsomscales ones and yes they look the same
You can't help compare it to other things you could get for that price.

Like another game (or three - or more) to play instead of Tera.....
Bunbbi wrote: »
I'd love more dyeables and account mounts, but can they not be 40-50$??? It seems like alot for one costume

In practice the dyeable costume price makes some sense if you remember it used to be in lootboxes and the odds were that you'd pay at least that much or more (or potentially much more). But you're right that, standalone like that, it looks really steep. (You can't help compare it to other things you could get for that price.)

As for account mounts... I imagine they won't be too much cheaper, considering the price they charge for character mounts, since one account mount saves not having to buy for each character. But yeah, none of that's cheap either.
I'd love more dyeables and account mounts, but can they not be 40-50$??? It seems like alot for one costume
Dyeable Swagger Suitcase pls ; x ;
Castanic demons outfit tomorrow please :D
cute costumes. I was getting excited to read the merry sunshine dress would be in store for the month of august, but later i read it is only for the ps4 and xbox. there is not much choice in the store and I would love to be able to buy something cute with my emp!
not to complain and be obnoxious but so far we've only seen Elin maid costumes, fashion coupons, gem boxes and ocasionally some accessories. would be nice if we got some variety in the daily deals and bring more stuff that others mentioned in this thread. especially since this thread is 2 months old at this point
The blue, black, white and red Chrysanthemum hair flower
Arnetra wrote: »
iljd wrote: »
gj you still abused a willpower bug in game, grats on ur mask!!

lol what a joke

Not sure why this would be abusing a bug, it's a mechanic in the game anyone can utilize; casting bombardment and BV always resets your willpower timer, it's clearly not an accident they included that behavior on those skills, use them in any context and your willpower buff timer resets, so why would it be abuse to make use of that behavior? I even spelled out exactly how to use it in the video desciption, and told another guy it was explained there. Just because you're too dumb to use a game mechanic doesn't mean it can't or shouldn't be used.

I'd really rather not put in the effort to argue against such clearly uniformed viewpoints, but I have no faith in the community or EME team to be able to realize how stupid some of the crap that gets said here is. The only "jokes" here are people like you and that other dude who post their opinions without bothering to look into even the slightest details of what they're talking about.

Yeah, and the people that make the rules, you know, the ones you just called dumb, can decide that your technique is not working as intended, which then makes that common mechanic that anyone can use an exploit. If they were to decide that, you have just provided them with video evidence of you using said exploit. Somebody's dumb, but I'm not sure who that would be. You see, the nature of an exploit is a game mechanic that anyone can use, that may not be working as intended, and people use it anyway. You may well be right, and it may well be on the "that's fine" list, I'd just hope, if I were you, that throwing insults at them while defending the use doesn't push their decision making the other way, after all, you did provide them all the evidence they'd need if they were to decide it's exploitive.

Hope it works out for you, one way or the other, but really, even if they decided "It's working as intended", calling them dumb probably isn't a good way to get them to give you any prizes. Again, someone's dumb, but I'm still not quite sure who.

I feel like you people are just trolling me at this point. EME doesn't make the game buddy, BHS does, why don't you call them up and ask them? I get the feeling it'll go like this:



For the time being, its a mechanic in the game. It is usable by anyone, it doesn't involve injecting or lag abuse, and isn't even ping dependent. BHS removed triple AB, which they probably never intended to have in the game in the first place, but do you think that means it was cheating to use it all this time? BHS obviously doesn't care, or they'd have changed it sooner or told peopel not to do it. The same goes for this, if they don't want it in the game, they'll take it out, for the time being it's fair game since anyone can use it.
I'd love to see the Jeans and Jacket outfit (preferably dyeable) or the castanica demons set. I'd fork out cash for that. :'D
What is actual work
I'm starting to wonder what exactly this support team is supporting if they aren't helping their client base with these small fixes.
They had to cut back on customer support to add more man-power to...............................


As the title says, I'm posting this to give people a heads up that along with no longer swapping costumes, EME's support system no longer unbinds incorrect mount skills.

Bought a red and black crit dragon for myself and my friend - right clicked the wrong dragon to learn and accidentally learned the black instead of the red. Immediately contacted EME asking if they could swap the learned dragon skill from iron to crimson. Got a ticket back less than 24h later saying I was S. O.L.

I know they've done this in the past (I've had a guild member who had a GM unbind a car mount for her when she accidentally learned it when she meant to put it up on the broker) but apparently it's a service no longer provided.
(But dw guys, they've disabled all of this stuff to provide even BETTER customer service...Right?)

Word to the wise, triple check before right-clicking any sort of mount skill!
Sigh. Pray you don't get snakes the second time u run thru the Temple or you won't be able to complete it because Karu isn't there the second time.

Just enter one of the "dungeons" for the event and type "/reset" in chat. You can then run them from scratch. I always had to do that for the Banquet of Blood, for the second run through on the first time there.

I saw this reset on one server, but not others.

I am VERY ANNOYED that they are taking the coins away. I have been earning them on many alts for later use and now find out they will go away on August 14. Grrrr.
Settle Emote
kappa
Christin wrote: »
ElinLove wrote: »
Christin wrote: »
[...] Misty plastered the forum with pages and pages of evidence. [...]

No, Misty plastered the forum with pages and pages of unrelated spam with NO evidence.
Misty willingly or not made a reverse campaign on his/her/it's XIGNCODE opinion entirely.

Where's your evidence to support Xingcode then? All y'all keep saying is that everything against Xingcode is all lies, but none of you post any evidence to support your bs. Where's the proof that Xingcode doesn't open a backdoor to Wellbia? Where's your proof of the information being sent to Wellbia through Xingcode?
DeadX wrote: »
@Borsuc
blind paranoid fear because you really don't understand anything AND/OR fear mongering because you hope whoever reads your drivel doesn't know anything. pretty common tactic when someone wants something or wants something done but doesn't have a legitimate avenue, facts, reality, evidence or anything else to make a coherent and persuasive argument.

oh, and nice slippery slope fallacy...just because someone CAN do something doesn't mean they WILL, just because SOME software can contain security flaws doesn't mean all software does. but hey, nice try, what else ya got kid?

Again with the whole "fear mongering" without one piece of evidence to prove Wellbia is a safe program. Put up or shut up. It's as simple as that.

sorry snowflake, you and the other idiots are the ones claiming xign is hazardous, NOT ME, prove it is. you see idiot YOU and the others make that claim, i didn't try to REFUTE anything...do you understand english? or do you lack reading comprehension? show me where i claimed xign was safe...how about that? ROFLMAO.

now snowflake, PROVE xign is hazardous mmkay? can you do that?

some things you should note well idiot, xign WILL communicate with it's host servers as well as eme/bhs servers, and that's EXPECTED behavior. so you and the other idiots need to quit touting that as some kind of fatal flaw...but it does prove you don't know JACK about how programs of that type work. an analogy would be an AV or anti-malware, both will communicate for updates and new definitions...same as xign.

lol, love how you just keep proving you don't know anything...keep it up, you provide a great example of what NOT to do or claim and of course, how much you don't know.
This thread has the same problem as every other thread on the subject, people have no evidence to support xigncode and resort to personally attacking the people who don't want bloatware installed along with tera. Then those people fight back and it turns into pages and pages of people insulting eachother. en masse is not competent enough to even understand why xigncode is a bad idea, so there's no point in talking about it. all the damage is done anyway.
Borsuc wrote: »
DeadX wrote: »
blind paranoid fear because you really don't understand anything AND/OR fear mongering because you hope whoever reads your drivel doesn't know anything. pretty common tactic when someone wants something or wants something done but doesn't have a legitimate avenue, facts, reality, evidence or anything else to make a coherent and persuasive argument.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Technobabble

Fits you perfectly.
DeadX wrote: »
oh, and nice slippery slope fallacy...just because someone CAN do something doesn't mean they WILL, just because SOME software can contain security flaws doesn't mean all software does. but hey, nice try, what else ya got kid?
lmao, every software in existence that has more than a few thousand lines of code usually has security flaws. TERA itself had one with the chat, that's enough proof to assume it has more even for delusional fanboys. The key thing is that it doesn't matter if it doesn't, though. You deny by default because that's the standard practice of computer security. In casual terms: People who use blacklists are newbies, only whitelists must be used (i.e. never give something access to more than it needs to). Anyone who thinks otherwise is a willfully ignorant.

The fact that you are in denial of this fact shows you're a total non-factor when it comes to anything technical.

technobabble? WHERE? hmm? why nowhere, so you add the strawman fallacy as well...what? you have a checklist of all the fallacies you're trying to display examples of? and in your second attempt...LMMFAO, i didn't try to DENY anything moron, i pointed out that you don't know JACK, and that you're paranoid and delusional,...so ANOTHER strawman.

and you continue to show you're a paranoid fool boy. not EVERY piece of software has security flaws moron or people would be constantly hacked left right and center since gaining control over a users PC is CASH MONEY dumbass. from botnets which i believe you mentioned to crypto mining.

you have YET provided ANYTHING to back up your claims instead of relying on peoples lack of knowledge and your fear mongering tactics to try and promote your ridiculous agenda and talking points. hyperbole, fallacies, and outright lies...what? you claim you don't lie? then provide PROOF beyond "well everybody says so" or "everyone knows" argumentum ad populum is ANOTHER fallacy kid...do try to stop using it and the others mmkay?

rofl...without that you have nothing though right?
Bump posts are against the TERA forum rules. We are working with Bluehole to investigate the cause behind battleground matching not working as intended. When we have news to report, we will do so.

Closing this thread.
Christin wrote: »
Again with the whole "fear mongering" without one piece of evidence to prove Wellbia is a safe program. Put up or shut up. It's as simple as that.
I actually don't care if it's safe or not. To me it doesn't matter. I agree with you, but I'm more security cautious than just trusting any company's word for it.

Companies get hacked. This happens all the time. It doesn't matter if the original product had no ill intentions. It doesn't even matter if you sue them: your data (along with millions/billions of others') is still out there, in the hands of a hacker, probably sold off long ago (automatically). Suing them will never rewind this fact back, so it's completely pointless to think you can do anything after the fact. It's too late already.

But obviously, if they don't leave a back door or have no internet access or don't send your data/files or their hashes... even in the case of a hack, nothing happens. That's exactly the point.

There's even sites that track public leaks out there: https://haveibeenpwned.com/
DeadX wrote: »
blind paranoid fear because you really don't understand anything AND/OR fear mongering because you hope whoever reads your drivel doesn't know anything. pretty common tactic when someone wants something or wants something done but doesn't have a legitimate avenue, facts, reality, evidence or anything else to make a coherent and persuasive argument.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Technobabble

Fits you perfectly.
DeadX wrote: »
oh, and nice slippery slope fallacy...just because someone CAN do something doesn't mean they WILL, just because SOME software can contain security flaws doesn't mean all software does. but hey, nice try, what else ya got kid?
lmao, every software in existence that has more than a few thousand lines of code usually has security flaws. The key thing is that it doesn't matter if it doesn't. You deny by default because that's the standard practice of computer security. Anyone who thinks otherwise is a willfully ignorant.

The fact that you are in denial of this fact shows you're a total non-factor when it comes to anything technical.
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Server maintenance today or riot. No one will be playing this game anyway, with Monster hunter world coming out today. You may as well.
starting to think this game is ran by monkeys
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The original plan might have been to have our next Content Release occur today during a Maintenance, however the date was pushed. http://tera.enmasse.com/news/posts/announcing-the-guardians-of-the-sky-update

Dear CobalDragon,

I believe you need to own up to the mistakes you have made on behalf of EnMasse and the EME staff in general. You have made mistakes and covering them up with false information will not help you right now.

Firstly, please understand that it was widely communicated through patch notes and in-game notices (as seen above) that the reset would happen today. Yes, there was a small notice on the launcher saying that there was a maint next Tuesday, however it was not clearly communicated to the community that the resets would occur then instead. I hope you can understand why we are upset.

Many of us took time off work, stayed up late and made arrangements to ensure our Rank 1-3 positioning on the boards across servers, due to the fact that everyone in the NA Tera community believed the reset was today. We are not happy that we are now being told that this is not the case. We were giving false information and mislead by EME.

This is completely unprofessional and your incompetency cannot be covered up with lies - please do not underestimate us. We know there are measures you can put in place to stop this outbreak as EU have frozen the leaderboards, thus I strongly suggest you take this into account when make your next decision.

Thank you.
Not sure how any of them even got hired. Bunch of incompetent monkeys.
Another Thread was already started for this.
Due to the storm that has come out of the Leaderboards and the fact that we don't have maintenance this week, there are a burning question which need answerings now, not tomorrow on stream.

When does Leaderboards Season 2 start? This week? Or next week?

If Season 2 starts next week, then we don't have to worry about Season 2 rewards being abused because the exploits will have supposedly been fixed. However, that then gives another week of Season 1 for the ranks to change.

If Season 2 starts this week, then we have to worry about the Season 2 rewards because that would give exploiters until maitenance next week to rank for Season 2 and have no-one be able to come close due to exploits.
Mouretsu wrote: »
vkobe wrote: »
IxWolfie wrote: »
Mouretsu wrote: »
Honestly you lost me at Tera isn't p2w. Selling emp and cash shop items is the fastest way to get end game gear. Tera one of the most P2W mmo's I've ever played. I also think your point about not bashing EME and discussing what they could be doing better is pretty worthless. What's the point of doing that if nothing you say is going to make a difference? Tera isn't some new game, It's been out YEARS now and EME has chosen to never really listen or give a damn what the player base says or wants.

Honestly, you lost me at "TERA is one of the most P2W mmo's I've ever played."... Please, go play any free to play MMO on Steam at all. Go seriously try out something like Vindictus, go try out Archeage... If you're comparing TERA to something like, let's say, Black Desert, Elder Scrolls Online, or World of Warcraft?

black desert is more p2w than tera ;)

No it's not. I've put countless hours into BDO and I would definitely not call it more p2w than Tera. There is a limit to how much stuff you can buy and sell on the broker from the cash shop. Artisans are borderline but even if you count them as P2w it's no where near as bad as Tera.

i dont remember we have weight problem in tera and our default inventory space is bigger than black desert default inventory space

in black desert the game punish you if you dont have value pack with weight and inventory

Another Thread was already started for this.
Does anyone know if the leaderboards should have reset by now? I am basing it off of this that was posted a while back.
"Leaderboards
Updated dungeon leaderboard
We reset all previous rankings, and dungeon season 1 starts anew.
All dungeon/battleground rankings reset at 10 a.m. PDT on the final day of the season, and a new ranking season starts thereafter"
I know EU had a server maintenance before their reset changed so I was wondering what is the determining factor.
ElinLove wrote: »

Well for all it's worth, it does show my joining date as 2016 even tho I entered TERA a little after Reaper patch (I think?) in 2014. That's forum joining date and yeah the name is automatic, mine was all gibberish when I made as well, forgot how you set it 1st time.

A person who have played TERA years ago and never joined the forums but for some weird reason he only joins to only comment on this post as if he was reading the forums for quite some time and he doesnt even login into the forums only until that it is quite the suspicious thing and what is more suspicios is that for most people when using forus for the first time you get to see the forum hope page where you can see in there:

"Setting up your account nickname
Geletron • May 2016 in"

Sorry but the lie it tells by itself, that lack of observation for that software developer expert and his way of making that comment is way to suspicious and for what is more when you create a new account to download the game you receive an e-mail where you have to activate your account clicking on a link that sends you to your account profile where you can change your alias on forums.

Those are way too much of a coincidense that a software developer specialist behave like a noob in something like that.
KY36MW5HCD wrote: »
Good, bump each 2 days :o

…. :s I'm coming to the conclusion that all the "bumps" in the world is not going to get this issue fixed.
Christin wrote: »
ElinLove wrote: »
Christin wrote: »
[...] Misty plastered the forum with pages and pages of evidence. [...]

No, Misty plastered the forum with pages and pages of unrelated spam with NO evidence.
Misty willingly or not made a reverse campaign on his/her/it's XIGNCODE opinion entirely.

Where's your evidence to support Xingcode then? All y'all keep saying is that everything against Xingcode is all lies, but none of you post any evidence to support your bs. Where's the proof that Xingcode doesn't open a backdoor to Wellbia? Where's your proof of the information being sent to Wellbia through Xingcode?
DeadX wrote: »
Borsuc
blind paranoid fear because you really don't understand anything AND/OR fear mongering because you hope whoever reads your drivel doesn't know anything. pretty common tactic when someone wants something or wants something done but doesn't have a legitimate avenue, facts, reality, evidence or anything else to make a coherent and persuasive argument.

oh, and nice slippery slope fallacy...just because someone CAN do something doesn't mean they WILL, just because SOME software can contain security flaws doesn't mean all software does. but hey, nice try, what else ya got kid?

Again with the whole "fear mongering" without one piece of evidence to prove Wellbia is a safe program. Put up or shut up. It's as simple as that.

Oh jeeeee what did I expect anyway. "You don't agree with me 100%. You're my enemy and you DID this and that!".

Where in heavens did I ever SUPPORT this? Giving the "don't assume!" snowflakes a validity for their nagging is actually what makes me most disappointed here.

Anyway let's play the XIGNCODE fanboy for a second then: on the end of the day, the one accusing is the one that has to make his/her/it's point valid. I've seen absolutely 0 evidence on ANY of Misty's countless spams on even [filtered] clothes topics, nor did you give me any, and specially, you've not given me absolutely any quote even, that I'm supporting this flawed anti-hack.
In fact if you bother enough or have good memory, you could find a post of mine where I actually do add implementing this tool as one of the things making the community unhealthy, with a similar stance to Counterpoint's that it's a flawed tool that doesn't do it's job, it's stealth implementation was dubious and the fame the tool has causes fear among the community (Oooh!! He's the same side as counterpoint!!! ENEMY!!).

The funniest part is that with just a tiny bit of reading comprehension on a non-native language, you could see that "Misty willingly or not made a reverse campaign on his/her/it's XIGNCODE opinion entirely." doesn't stand on any side of the game, so basically you just went bananas for not seeing someone agreeing with you.
I suggest taking a break from this topic or reading other's posts with more attention before hammering keys.

Anyway outside of the forum PVP: it's obvious for anyone that is knowledgeable on the subject, that pretty much any higher tier software (so I'm really just excluding microcontrollers and such, I'm counting even calculator apps here) have security loopholes, sometimes those are even hardware based (see Spectre and the other ones that made an uproar earlier this year or last year, forgot when). That said, the huge amount of panic is not something 100% justifiable in my opinion, since people have been not just exposed to those flaws ever since they turned on a computer or phone for the 1st time, but even victims to those, and only now it became a drama.
It's also not unjustified either, adding one more possible loophole of not good fame is bound to give extra fears.
Talking as if anyone that doesn't sandbox his/her/it's (I'm stopping this crap now, screw it) programs on a PC is insane and is just inviting hackers is taking it definitely too far. The topic definitely has to be seen from the perspective of a layman as well and how much it directly affects or potentially affects him, and that's basically why I do agree it's an added layer of problem possibility, but it's not like you've been all safe and protected up until this one program popped up. It could definitely elevate the risks, but was never the only cause.
ElinUsagi wrote: »

Username KGEF395FJC Joined August 6 Visits 1 Last Active August 6 Points 2

Yeah, right, he looks like an expert on software when he can't see what idiotic thing he said there.

Well for all it's worth, it does show my joining date as 2016 even tho I entered TERA a little after Reaper patch (I think?) in 2014. That's forum joining date and yeah the name is automatic, mine was all gibberish when I made as well, forgot how you set it 1st time.
Dear Enmasse Development Staff,

Prior to Godsfall, EU TERA had gained access back to Forsaken Island. Upon further weeks of admission to the dungeon, TERA’s NA server received no compensation to the communities involvement for more accessible content. Ergo, your decision daunted many players who allured great value in the development of your game now no longer aspire to relog after an unfortunate sellout of choices. Nonetheless, a great compromise would be achieved if both EME’s & BHS’s participation could push a balance of former content. We could reach a proposition however.


TERA’s earlier hardmode content essentially being Forsaken Island, Rift’s Edge, and Veliks Sanctuary could propose your new system of token usage. Formatting a new variety of progression to better situate its involvement upon the current or upcoming population of TERA.

Token systems handling would include a completion of proposed dungeons above awarding approximately 3-5 tokens which would in return estimate:

150 Golden Talents ( 20 )
150 Silver Talents for ( 30 )
Guardian Material for ( 1-3 )
Twistshard Material for ( 5-7 )
Frostmetal Material for ( 12-15 )
Stormcry material for ( 20-40 )
Heroic Material for ( 50-100 )


Possibility of adding costume tabs estimation:


500 Fashion Coupons ( 20 )
School Fashion Outfit ( 125 )
Trackwear ( 100 )
Pets ( 75 )
Weapon Skin ( 150 )

Customization & variety, key elements to ensuring progression is sought out by the players involvement of TERAs content. With a lack of materials being controlled at such low rates and high RNG, completion of any low tier dungeon or specific battleground now belittles the community by offering little reward ratio to time spent on the game itself, by doing said proposal not only does the player feel more rewarded to play TERA, but gives an opportunity to gain higher system population statistics by bringing back past communities.

Sincerely,
Someone who really likes this game.
Christin wrote: »
ElinLove wrote: »
Christin wrote: »
[...] Misty plastered the forum with pages and pages of evidence. [...]

No, Misty plastered the forum with pages and pages of unrelated spam with NO evidence.
Misty willingly or not made a reverse campaign on his/her/it's XIGNCODE opinion entirely.

Where's your evidence to support Xingcode then? All y'all keep saying is that everything against Xingcode is all lies, but none of you post any evidence to support your bs. Where's the proof that Xingcode doesn't open a backdoor to Wellbia? Where's your proof of the information being sent to Wellbia through Xingcode?

I posted them on the first thread made from Xigncode paranoic folks.

You can go there and look it for yourself as you also posted in that thread.
KGEF395FJC wrote: »
So I've been looking for information on XIGNCODE for the past couple days and I'll give you my thoughts momentarily, but first I think there are a couple things you should know about me: First, I have tried Tera in the past but only recently decided to give it another chance after I saw the console release and downloaded it on my PC again a few days ago. I mention that because it means I don't have a "horse" in the race so to speak, because I'm not invested in the game and I don't care about things like the player-base or potential performance/stability concerns.

Second, I'm a software developer who works in an industry with a high level of scrutiny on cyber security, privacy and data protection. What that means is that I'm basing my opinion purely on the potential concerns around a third party program that scans your files/data, created by an outside developer, who is located in another country that may/may not have the same kind of rules regarding privacy.

Put simply: I think it is completely and totally unacceptable for a program like XIGNCODE to be scanning your files, your history, or any of your other data besides looking at what active processes are running and might be hooked into the game or attempting to modify the game memory. Period. Any other data, files or scanning being done represents crossing a line that in today's world should be absolutely terrifying to anyone who knows the first thing about cyber security.

In my opinion: even if you're doing absolutely nothing wrong (in or out of game), it's completely unsafe to have any program on your computer that has the potential to access your most private data and send it somewhere. Especially if that program isn't made by the game developer or a major player (and recognized as such) in the world of data security. I.E. If Blizzard wants to install anti-cheat on my computer while I'm playing WoW or Diablo 3: I *TRUST* them not to cross a line and to follow industry best practices when it comes to data management and security.

I've never even *heard* of XIGNCODE or Wellbia.com Co., Ltd and from what I can see on their website it doesn't leave me very encouraged. So I, for one... have uninstalled and scrubbed XIGNCODE from my PC and I simply won't be playing Tera. I'm not going to "bypass" it (even if it's easy), because I don't want to risk getting banned even if it's a D3 TurboHud situation where realistically it wouldn't ever happen... because I shouldn't have to take measures to bypass an anti-cheat in a major online game due to there being even the *question* that it's doing something it shouldn't be.

Oh, and for the record: I understand it isn't a rootkit, nor does it get flagged by any of the major malware scanners. I'm not even suggesting that it's a malicious program or that the company behind it has ill-intentions, but to me it's not worth even the slightest risk that my data security could be compromised. If it happens it doesn't matter whether it was a fluke or through negligence. The fact is that some KR company isn't going to give two shits about a player in NA who gets their data stolen and even if they did it isn't much of a consolation getting credit monitoring after your identity gets stolen.

So chalk me up as another user opting not to play the game directly because of XIGNCODE.

P.S. Saying things like "But some of the biggest games in the world use it" isn't a valid argument for a bunch of reasons. Not the least of which is that nearly all of those games are KR/CN games, or that the largest portion of PC gamers are grossly ignorant about what is actually going on with their computer and data. Just because large numbers of people use it doesn't make it acceptable, particularly when they aren't even all using the same installation/version/options. That just introduces additional variables because it means they are taking what amounts to an "off-the-shelf" anti-cheat and modding it for certain games, and that's bad because it means it won't be robust and customized to the degree that something like a Blizzard anti-cheat would be.

I may still play on console here and there, but with as many other great games are available I'm not sure...

p.p.s. Where the hell did that awful username come from... when I made my PC account a few years ago the first time I tried Tera did it really just auto-generate it and not give me the option to select/modify one? Ugh. That's gross.

And yet with your completely logical post, people are so addicted to the game that they will put themselves at risk just to play. Most of them are all upset over posts like yours, because heaven forbid anyone post something logical that makes them look like fools for downloading it onto their systems. How invested in a game must you be in order to welcome an open door from your system to Korea? I am just waiting for a Windows update or a rogue employee. Then, I will laugh like crazy and say, "Told you so!"
ElinLove wrote: »
Christin wrote: »
[...] Misty plastered the forum with pages and pages of evidence. [...]

No, Misty plastered the forum with pages and pages of unrelated spam with NO evidence.
Misty willingly or not made a reverse campaign on his/her/it's XIGNCODE opinion entirely.

Where's your evidence to support Xingcode then? All y'all keep saying is that everything against Xingcode is all lies, but none of you post any evidence to support your bs. Where's the proof that Xingcode doesn't open a backdoor to Wellbia? Where's your proof of the information being sent to Wellbia through Xingcode?
DeadX wrote: »
@Borsuc
blind paranoid fear because you really don't understand anything AND/OR fear mongering because you hope whoever reads your drivel doesn't know anything. pretty common tactic when someone wants something or wants something done but doesn't have a legitimate avenue, facts, reality, evidence or anything else to make a coherent and persuasive argument.

oh, and nice slippery slope fallacy...just because someone CAN do something doesn't mean they WILL, just because SOME software can contain security flaws doesn't mean all software does. but hey, nice try, what else ya got kid?

Again with the whole "fear mongering" without one piece of evidence to prove Wellbia is a safe program. Put up or shut up. It's as simple as that.
Mouretsu wrote: »
vkobe wrote: »
IxWolfie wrote: »
Mouretsu wrote: »
Honestly you lost me at Tera isn't p2w. Selling emp and cash shop items is the fastest way to get end game gear. Tera one of the most P2W mmo's I've ever played. I also think your point about not bashing EME and discussing what they could be doing better is pretty worthless. What's the point of doing that if nothing you say is going to make a difference? Tera isn't some new game, It's been out YEARS now and EME has chosen to never really listen or give a damn what the player base says or wants.

Honestly, you lost me at "TERA is one of the most P2W mmo's I've ever played."... Please, go play any free to play MMO on Steam at all. Go seriously try out something like Vindictus, go try out Archeage... If you're comparing TERA to something like, let's say, Black Desert, Elder Scrolls Online, or World of Warcraft?

black desert is more p2w than tera ;)

No it's not. I've put countless hours into BDO and I would definitely not call it more p2w than Tera. There is a limit to how much stuff you can buy and sell on the broker from the cash shop. Artisans are borderline but even if you count them as P2w it's no where near as bad as Tera.

TERA has a limit of how much EMP you can buy that is even better wall vs p2w.

I still need to know if Black Desert have a higher limit or they simply didnt put a limit of how much money you can spent in there.
vkobe wrote: »
IxWolfie wrote: »
Mouretsu wrote: »
Honestly you lost me at Tera isn't p2w. Selling emp and cash shop items is the fastest way to get end game gear. Tera one of the most P2W mmo's I've ever played. I also think your point about not bashing EME and discussing what they could be doing better is pretty worthless. What's the point of doing that if nothing you say is going to make a difference? Tera isn't some new game, It's been out YEARS now and EME has chosen to never really listen or give a damn what the player base says or wants.

Honestly, you lost me at "TERA is one of the most P2W mmo's I've ever played."... Please, go play any free to play MMO on Steam at all. Go seriously try out something like Vindictus, go try out Archeage... If you're comparing TERA to something like, let's say, Black Desert, Elder Scrolls Online, or World of Warcraft?

black desert is more p2w than tera ;)

No it's not. I've put countless hours into BDO and I would definitely not call it more p2w than Tera. There is a limit to how much stuff you can buy and sell on the broker from the cash shop. Artisans are borderline but even if you count them as P2w it's no where near as bad as Tera.
@Borsuc
blind paranoid fear because you really don't understand anything AND/OR fear mongering because you hope whoever reads your drivel doesn't know anything. pretty common tactic when someone wants something or wants something done but doesn't have a legitimate avenue, facts, reality, evidence or anything else to make a coherent and persuasive argument.

oh, and nice slippery slope fallacy...just because someone CAN do something doesn't mean they WILL, just because SOME software can contain security flaws doesn't mean all software does. but hey, nice try, what else ya got kid?
am I new to the game and download it to pvp and it turns out that it does not work?
Christin wrote: »
[...] Misty plastered the forum with pages and pages of evidence. [...]

No, Misty plastered the forum with pages and pages of unrelated spam with NO evidence.
Misty willingly or not made a reverse campaign on his/her/it's XIGNCODE opinion entirely.
Borsuc wrote: »
Minor hurdle? You mean bypassing Xigncode? First, you assume that everyone who uses Sandboxie "must be cheating" (to consider it a minor hurdle, which it is, for cheaters), which is beyond absurd and fallacious.
No, that is not what I am saying or assuming. If you're savvy enough to install a program like Sandboxie, you're almost certainly going to know how to search online for solutions when things don't work perfectly. It has nothing to do with "cheating" except in the sense that, arguably, any means to work around this functionality could be seen as cheating.
Borsuc wrote: »
Second, avoiding something bad doesn't make it less bad. So I'm calling it out for what it is: a pile of garbage.
Okay. If you think that I'm in favor of XIGNCODE or somehow think it's a good thing, you're wrong. I've been against it from the start, mostly because a) it doesn't solve the problem, b) it creates more technical issues, and c) it caused more tension/drama in the community.

What I'm against is arguments that make people who are against XIGNCODE (and this forum in general) sound like crazy/paranoid people. You can "call out" XIGNCODE for being a pile of [filtered] all you want, but what good does that do if you're literally yelling into the void?

Arguments framed as "XIGNCODE is bad because anyone at all sane runs each of their internet-facing applications in a sandbox or VM" are so completely detached from the average customer's reality that no one at EME or BHS will take it seriously. These companies do actually consider arguments like "widespread market adoption for similar Korean MMO projects" and "successful large-scale deployments on popular titles (like PUBG)" and "alignment of anti-cheat solutions across our portfolio of products" as arguments in the software's favor. You might think those are all "bad arguments for suckers," but if there's any chance of affecting a change, they're the ones we have to convince. People might say "it doesn't matter; the decision's already made and the discussions are all academic" -- but it does matter: it continues to set the tone for whether the forum will be taken seriously by anyone in power or not.

Like maybe, as I was trying to say in the first place, we should reframe the argument to start at step one. The first and most significant problem here is that Windows computers aren't sandboxed by default, and people don't understand the inherent risk that poses for every program they install, not just something like XIGNCODE. If we can help people understand that first, then maybe they can get better habits in general. As sandboxing techniques become more popular, anti-cheat solutions will account for this (or even incorporate sandboxing principles as one of their techniques). Obviously that's a long game, but it's a heck of a lot more constructive and useful to people than yelling into the void about XIGNCODE when most people aren't even at the "basic hygiene" step. It's also a lot more likely to be seen as trying to be useful/constructive and worth listening to than screeds calling people shills, suckers, and clueless.
The vast, overwhelming majority of people who play TERA do not use Sandboxie or any other similar program. You know this as well as I do. They just download programs from the Internet and install them. And they're being told to freak out now because XIGNCODE is a thing, even though they've never had any sandbox protections whatsoever all along. So unless you're going to go way back at the very start and get people to realize they've always been at risk inherent to the way they've been using their computers all along, pointing the finger at this is totally missing the forest for the trees.
But I don't care about the majority, I care about me and people like me.

You know, people usually complain when they, personally, have an issue with something. They don't speak for someone else or the majority. But everyone does that of course, even people in the "majority camp".
Actually, no, I didn't think that. But the tiny minority who already practice sandboxing, and understand the reasons and principles behind it, are generally not going to be bothered by this sort of minor hurdle in the first place.
Minor hurdle? You mean bypassing Xigncode? First, you assume that everyone who uses Sandboxie "must be cheating" (to consider it a minor hurdle, which it is, for cheaters), which is beyond absurd and fallacious.

Second, avoiding something bad doesn't make it less bad. So I'm calling it out for what it is: a pile of garbage.

Note that it doesn't matter if you trust Wellbia or not. It doesn't matter. I don't know how to emphasize this aspect. There are so many ways that even legit software can be malware. It's called security vulnerabilities, data leaks at Wellbia, hacks and compromised servers, etc. Paranoia? It has happened to far bigger companies, so no, it's pretty high likelihood. And that's just what you know, who knows how many vulnerabilities or breaches are hidden for now?

But like I said, people will never learn, and even those who do learn will have to encounter the new people who didn't experience it yet, which ends in the same cycle all over again. Like they say, a sucker is born every minute.
I'm having some problems to connect to the game, i do log in but don't connect to the game, error Error: 0111:0001 and nothing seems to work on it.

Someone can help me? Support doens't talk to me :'(
If Xingcode weren't in the updates, I'd still be playing on a daily basis to at least get legion quests done. However, I do a lot of financial transactions on my computer system, and I simply cannot afford to have any intrusive program on my main system. I also doubt that Xingcode would even work with my anti-virus, which isn't going anywhere. I could setup another computer system, but we already run 4 desktops and a laptop. I'm just not desperate enough to go that route.

Sure, maybe it is a wonderful program and those dedicated to Tera will be so much better off with it in the game, but that could all change really fast. No one disputes that it opens up a backdoor to Wellbia. So, it's all safe and fine until someone finds that backdoor and starts exploiting it. You'll be like one of those guys with his pants around his knees to advertise the open back door.

No matter what evidence you have against it, nothing will change. Misty plastered the forum with pages and pages of evidence. It doesn't matter, because Xingcode isn't going anywhere. It could have caused loads of people to quit Tera (no, not saying it did), but that still doesn't mean it would go anywhere. It's here to stay, so either love it or leave it.
Borsuc wrote: »
This is not some theoretical thing, it's how anyone sane should utilize their PC.

The vast, overwhelming majority of people who play TERA do not use Sandboxie or any other similar program. You know this as well as I do. They just download programs from the Internet and install them. And they're being told to freak out now because XIGNCODE is a thing, even though they've never had any sandbox protections whatsoever all along. So unless you're going to go way back at the very start and get people to realize they've always been at risk inherent to the way they've been using their computers all along, pointing the finger at this is totally missing the forest for the trees.

Borsuc wrote: »
PS: I'm actually shocked for real you thought nobody plays(ed) TERA with a sandbox. Seriously dude, even after the exploit with the chat? Blind shill.

Actually, no, I didn't think that. But tiny minority who already practice sandboxing, and understand the reasons and principles behind it, are generally not going to be bothered by this sort of minor hurdle in the first place.

I'm in favor of teaching people how to properly secure their computer and their applications to reduce their security risk. But that's not at all the conversation that has been happening in these many threads. So your pretending like this has really been the issue all along and grandstanding by calling me a shill is pretty rich.
Good, bump each 2 days :o
Bump again xd
Considering that Windows applications aren't sandboxed and that it doesn't take any special permissions to do this kind of read-only scan, I'd be much more worried about programs that do it without telling me (potentially anything installed ever) than ones that are announced. Really, your main hangup about it is just that it's by a Korean developer, but so is TERA itself, so I'm not sure I'm going to hold that against them now.
https://www.sandboxie.com/

There's only 3 types of applications you should care about as a casual:

1) Applications that aren't sandboxed (by sandboxie or other means) and are "trusted", which should be BLOCKED by your firewall, permanently (no net access, end of story)
2) Applications that need internet access, such as TERA, which should be SANDBOXED, no exceptions, ever. Even if it's "trusted", security vulnerabilities are a thing.
3) Applications that are untrusted. You probably should run these in a Virtual Machine, if at all. Just don't run them to be safe.

Running a (2) app without a sandbox is just [filtered]. Just because you or Equitas or whoever else don't give a [filtered] doesn't mean others blow their PCs wide open to automated bot attacks like you lot.

This is not some theoretical thing, it's how anyone sane should utilize their PC. A PC is not a console, stop assuming everyone uses it that way just to play [filtered] [filtered] games.

So guess why XIGNCODE is bad.
I really wish there was an RP community on PS4.

Started my Tera adventure on PS4 as an Elin, a bunny girl, met many ppl who also were new to the game. I was nice to them and we enjoyed dancing, laughing, and hanging out in Velika.

I decided to start a guild for newbies and our guild grew and grew until we didn't have room for more people to join, we even opened a second guild to allow more players in.

My bunny girl was charming, sweet, kind, and she made many ppl feel welcome and supported while they were discovering a new fantasy world.

It was role play, it was about doing and saying the things she would say and do, it was about thinking of her as a being with her own personality and goals, it was like acting in a play; a play made to make friends and enjoy time together.

People kept on asking me about my real life and they kept assuming things about me, I told them that I liked to role play, that I had been in communities in which we never knew the real person behind a character in a game or almost anything about their real life and they were surprised; seems like on console people is more used to the flaming on mics characteristic of first person shooters more than anything else...

Toxic people got to me, many players making fun of us because we didn't try to "play content" they said we were "just sitting there talking" and stuff like that, people trying to get us to play the game like they play it, we were weird to them for not doing so...

I got tired of the drama around us in Velika and I started to hang out in other places, stopped role playing and started the grind for higher tier gear, found many snobs and elitists around those new places in game tho. The guilds I started still full; 180+ people in two guilds with the same name from which only a handful are active players...

I went to Velika a few days ago, went to Freedom plaza, to the bank, to the trade broker, and remembered those times dancing, chatting, laughing, sharing dungeon stories and not worrying about the next tier gear or the hardest dungeon to beat, remembered the nice people I met, the feeling of community and support and I couldn't help but to feel sad... -I even used the crying emote-

Very few people try to role play in Tera PS4, the few that do have a hard time trying to find other people who do.

I play in Thulsa (NA-PVE) and i would love to join an rp community. Well servers are soon to be merged, maybe that helps to find or form an rp community.
KGEF395FJC wrote: »
p.p.s. Where the hell did that awful username come from... when I made my PC account a few years ago the first time I tried Tera did it really just auto-generate it and not give me the option to select/modify one? Ugh. That's gross.
You need to do an extra step here:
https://forums.enmasse.com/tera/discussion/20/setting-up-your-account-nickname#latest


And for what it's worth...
KGEF395FJC wrote: »
Any other data, files or scanning being done represents crossing a line that in today's world should be absolutely terrifying to anyone who knows the first thing about cyber security.
Considering that Windows applications aren't sandboxed and that it doesn't take any special permissions to do this kind of read-only scan, I'd be much more worried about programs that do it without telling me (potentially anything installed ever) than ones that are announced. Really, your main hangup about it is just that it's by a Korean developer, but so is TERA itself, so I'm not sure I'm going to hold that against them now. But in any case, the decision is obviously yours.
So I've been looking for information on XIGNCODE for the past couple days and I'll give you my thoughts momentarily, but first I think there are a couple things you should know about me: First, I have tried Tera in the past but only recently decided to give it another chance after I saw the console release and downloaded it on my PC again a few days ago. I mention that because it means I don't have a "horse" in the race so to speak, because I'm not invested in the game and I don't care about things like the player-base or potential performance/stability concerns.

Second, I'm a software developer who works in an industry with a high level of scrutiny on cyber security, privacy and data protection. What that means is that I'm basing my opinion purely on the potential concerns around a third party program that scans your files/data, created by an outside developer, who is located in another country that may/may not have the same kind of rules regarding privacy.

Put simply: I think it is completely and totally unacceptable for a program like XIGNCODE to be scanning your files, your history, or any of your other data besides looking at what active processes are running and might be hooked into the game or attempting to modify the game memory. Period. Any other data, files or scanning being done represents crossing a line that in today's world should be absolutely terrifying to anyone who knows the first thing about cyber security.

In my opinion: even if you're doing absolutely nothing wrong (in or out of game), it's completely unsafe to have any program on your computer that has the potential to access your most private data and send it somewhere. Especially if that program isn't made by the game developer or a major player (and recognized as such) in the world of data security. I.E. If Blizzard wants to install anti-cheat on my computer while I'm playing WoW or Diablo 3: I *TRUST* them not to cross a line and to follow industry best practices when it comes to data management and security.

I've never even *heard* of XIGNCODE or Wellbia.com Co., Ltd and from what I can see on their website it doesn't leave me very encouraged. So I, for one... have uninstalled and scrubbed XIGNCODE from my PC and I simply won't be playing Tera. I'm not going to "bypass" it (even if it's easy), because I don't want to risk getting banned even if it's a D3 TurboHud situation where realistically it wouldn't ever happen... because I shouldn't have to take measures to bypass an anti-cheat in a major online game due to there being even the *question* that it's doing something it shouldn't be.

Oh, and for the record: I understand it isn't a rootkit, nor does it get flagged by any of the major malware scanners. I'm not even suggesting that it's a malicious program or that the company behind it has ill-intentions, but to me it's not worth even the slightest risk that my data security could be compromised. If it happens it doesn't matter whether it was a fluke or through negligence. The fact is that some KR company isn't going to give two shits about a player in NA who gets their data stolen and even if they did it isn't much of a consolation getting credit monitoring after your identity gets stolen.

So chalk me up as another user opting not to play the game directly because of XIGNCODE.

P.S. Saying things like "But some of the biggest games in the world use it" isn't a valid argument for a bunch of reasons. Not the least of which is that nearly all of those games are KR/CN games, or that the largest portion of PC gamers are grossly ignorant about what is actually going on with their computer and data. Just because large numbers of people use it doesn't make it acceptable, particularly when they aren't even all using the same installation/version/options. That just introduces additional variables because it means they are taking what amounts to an "off-the-shelf" anti-cheat and modding it for certain games, and that's bad because it means it won't be robust and customized to the degree that something like a Blizzard anti-cheat would be.

I may still play on console here and there, but with as many other great games are available I'm not sure...
Castanic demons outfit smartbox, wolf mounts, any crit mounts
Rainmist wrote: »
ASUS N61JV-X4
Windows 7 64 bit Home Edition
Hard disk capacity 500 GB in two partitions.
Amount of RAM memory 8 GB. DDR3 memory by the way.
Processor CPU Intel i5 M450 2.40 GHz with Turbo Boost 2.66/2.7 GHz.
Nvidia GeForce GT 325M GPU 1GB Graphics with Nvidia Optimus Technology. (white light=Nvidia and blue light=Intel graphics)

Has played Tera on max high graphics just fine for many years. Around many players no problem. Only lags a bit when there is multiple dragon fireworks and many people LOL sometimes. Did perfectly fine during BAM Invasion Events, especially in Lumbertown.

Only 7 years old. Never overheats and forces out hot air like insane. It's doing it's job :3

So yes I'm 64bit. XIGNCODE seems to conflict with 64 bit machines by majority.

windows home edition is a limited windows what i mean is some features are not available in it I suggest you all go to windows pro i have 64bit runs xigncode with no issues window pro.
@Rainmist
Shut the [filtered] up. We are sick and tired of you hijacking forum threads to whine about xigncode.
Why dont you actually find some evidence from TERA and not from BDO or other games. Oh wait you cant...
Dragon or canary mounts. Way too e pensive right now.
@Rainmist
what the hell is wrong with you? again with DATED videos. do you EVER look at upload dates? this is 2018 fyi, keep that in mind and it IS relevant, outdated videos or anything else is pointless.
@Rainmist
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why when i open black desert i dont have the same video ? :3
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Need to add these to the blog.
voidy wrote: »
Elite used to give a different kind of reset scroll the reset every dungeon in the game. When they made ilvl-specific reset scrolls, they made the old kinds of reset scrolls useless, literally, they don't do anything. I still have hundreds of these saved from being elite back then and now they're just taking up space. Please consider reverting those old scrolls into usable scrolls.

And to the general topic, hell yes please, tradeable reset scrolls would be fantastic. Every time an event centers itself around a dungeon, it sucks having to balance runs around That One Guy in the group who isn't elite and can't reset anymore or can't buy them from the vg shop because they're too expensive.

Support will change your old elite scrolls into the new ones if you ask them.
Anyways if any have issues with XIGNCODE, please post about it.
ASUS N61JV-X4
Windows 7 64 bit Home Edition
Hard disk capacity 500 GB in two partitions.
Amount of RAM memory 8 GB. DDR3 memory by the way.
Processor CPU Intel i5 M450 2.40 GHz with Turbo Boost 2.66/2.7 GHz.
Nvidia GeForce GT 325M GPU 1GB Graphics with Nvidia Optimus Technology. (white light=Nvidia and blue light=Intel graphics)

Has played Tera on max high graphics just fine for many years. Around many players no problem. Only lags a bit when there is multiple dragon fireworks and many people LOL sometimes. Did perfectly fine during BAM Invasion Events, especially in Lumbertown.

Only 7 years old. Never overheats and forces out hot air like insane. It's doing it's job :3

So yes I'm 64bit. XIGNCODE seems to conflict with 64 bit machines by majority.
i5 7500
gtx 1050 ti

and if i spent 100 more $ i could get 1060 , but was too greedy for that, so my graphic card is not ready for tera vr :/
Me? It's an aging system.
windows 64 bit home edition, all updates installed.
I72600k CPU.
32gb ddr3 ram
gtx 780 GPU
MSI Z77A-G43 motherboard.
Prior to ssd destruction -single 500gb san disk ssd.
after ssd destruction-boot drive 500gb san disk ssd and 2 western digital 1 tb hard drives for back up and game storage.
Bumpp !!!!
It's all noted in the blog. May I ask what type of computer you have? Is it 32 bit or 64 bit? Also what is everyone's perspective with XIGNCODE? Any issues? It has created problems for some people, including myself. So I trying to understand why some people have problems and some don't. Could it be a security feature, incompatible issue, or whatever it could be? @ReChoa telling me what type of machine you have will help open for new mystery. Perhaps XIGNCODE doesn't understand WOW64. WOW64 is a shortening for ”Windows on Windows 64-bit” (can be read as "Windows 32-bit on Windows 64-bit"). It's a emulator that allows 32-bit Windows-based applications to run seamlessly on 64-bit Windows. A compatibility layer is used as an interface between the 32-bit program and the 64-bit operating system. I find it odd that XIGNCODE seems to crash more on 64bit machines.
SInce gunner patch, 26 june NO ONE did a single battleground, this must be TOP PRIORITY FIX, over 30 days of SILENCE, good job.
I write this post each 2 days until fixing
Rainmist wrote: »
Seriously crap this forum site. Spamming me for revision. https://mistytera.tumblr.com/

Jesus, get help.
Trying to reason with misty? LOL Might as well argue with a wall.

But... Does that wall have XIGNCODE stealth installed on it spying on you?
I bet it does and we need to spread the word of it on that thread about the eggs on sale monday morning at Wallmart!
Trying to reason with misty? LOL Might as well argue with a wall.
Rainmist wrote: »
I get it, but isn't this a forum? People and I have issues with XIGNCODE and here you're complaining about game content or what not. I mean really both have lack of help or feedback from EME. I already stated my point perspective on how I feel, even though I had to use my sister's account. So I'm not going to type much more. I stated what had to be stated, because it's a forum. So what's your problem?

The problem is bringing up a different subject when the conversation doesn't warrant it. The troubles (or lack thereof, depending on who you ask) with Xigncode may be perfectly valid, but this thread isn't about that - it's about communication between EME and the playerbase, and while the Xigncode debacle may fall under that umbrella of communication, the issue at hand is far greater than that as this is something that's been going on long before Xigncode was even considered.

Time and place, you know? This may be the place, but it's not the time, not now.
Also forcing me to use my sister's account to get things across. I'm frustrated by pulling my own hair out! It's only getting worse for this community. So please address any issues concerned if any?
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