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Angeline wrote: »
Also, please stop "summarizing everyone's complaints." As I said, it appears that you're missing the mark.
For whatever little it's worth: You keep talking about "the professional world," but telling them that "literally anyone" could have come up with better events (and basically that you think they're lazy and incompetent) is not professional. That may be the way you feel, but that's not constructive. If the problem is that they're not "devoting time and energy to this game," that's a management prioritization decision in the first place and not really up to them. We already know that the TERA community team went down from 3 full-time people to a much-of-the-time 1. The only thing we can do to work with these people is to provide actual feedback about exactly what's wrong and suggestions on how to improve it. So, I would respectfully submit that I'm not missing the mark; I'm aiming for a target that can actually be hit. If you really think that's what needed to fix the problem is more blame and shame (as if there isn't already plenty of that going on), do as you wish.

Ok, let's try a metaphor. Let's imagine that EME is a restaurant. Join me, will you?

One day, EME (the restaurant) puts out a sign advertising that they're serving the most amazing dish. In fact, it's a special dish! The restaurant has been open for exactly five years, and this is going to be the most delicious dish they've ever served.

A customer walks by, sees the sign, and decides to pop in. She's seated and asks for what was advertised.

After waiting for a week (wait wasn't the anniversary 7 days ago don't worry about that part the food's still good), the waiter waltzes out of the kitchen and serves the customer a can of low-budget cat food. Like, not even Fancy Feast. Store brand cat food.

The customer, visibly confused, inquires about the advertised dish. "Oh, it's coming later this month," says the waiter. The customer is patient, she can wait a few more weeks, as long as the promised dish will arrive at some point.

So, the customer returns to EME's restaurant and again orders the advertised dish. This time? Cat food with like some dried bits of herbs sprinkled over top.

"I wanted the anniversary dish," complains the customer. "Can I speak to a manager?"

The manager shuffles over, and the customer, still trying be understanding, asks about the special dish.

"Oh, we couldn't make it," says the manager. "Our special-dish-making-machine didn't arrive from Korea."

"This is a restaurant, though, isn't it?" asks the customer. "Don't you have other ways of making that dish? Surely there are a lot of tools and equipment back there in the kitchen."

"Yeah," replies the manager. "But we really wanted to use the special machine."

Annoyed, the customer huffs, "Well... could you at least make me something else good to eat? I don't want this cat food. Here are some ideas of things I like to eat."

Manager: "I can see you're upset about not having the special dish. What if the cat food cost less? Or what if there was a whole table of cat food? What if the cat food was hidden all over the restaurant and you had to go and find it?"

Customer: "I don't want any of that. I'm hungry; I want actual food."

Manager: "Woah, woah, let's not get hostile. The chef is trying his best."

Customer: "He is a chef though, right? It's his job to make food? And it's your job to manage this restaurant? Surely with your combined skills and equipment, you could serve me something acceptable to eat?"

Customer at the next table: "Hey, don't blame the restaurant for not serving the dish they advertised! Why are you being so unprofessional?"

END SCENE.

So there you go. LITERALLY ANYONE could have served a better dish than this restaurant, and you certainly don't tell the customer she is being "unprofessional" in this scenario. That's not how things work.

It's also absurd to say that the "only thing we can do" is to just keep eating at Restaurant EME, and maybe if we state our feedback nicely enough, they'll hear what we're trying to say.

Take this metaphor a little further with me. Let's imagine that Restaurant EME has fallen on some hard times. The Yelp reviews are horrific. The manager yelled at some people. It's on YouTube - really embarrassing stuff. Wouldn't you think that this restaurant would want to do anything it could to restore its reputation? To get people to come back to the restaurant and enjoy themselves again? As a customer, I'm not only angry that I was served cat food, I'm shocked at the restaurant's choices, given their recent history.

What's your mark, counterpoint? Would you like your cat food slightly warmed up? I want what was advertised, and I honestly don't care what's going on in the kitchen or in the chef's personal life. I am certainly tired of excuses as to why the cat food isn't Restaurant EME's fault. You should be, too.
Was it supposed to be hard to find?

http://imgur.com/a/g3S8N
Werebunny wrote: »
I had several characters merged on that as well, luckily they were name holders.

As for the ticket. It's pretty abrasive, you basically started with bad conversation opener and kinda jumped down their throat a bit.

As for the free server transfer it did take place, you happened to be gone according to your comments. However you can't expect a business to give free transfers years out past the free move event. They may have been more helpful to you if it had been maybe a month BUT you can't go wording things dickkish and expect grade A service.

They do block/ban for all types of behavior, abusing their system can cause lots of hard feelings both ways.

Next time in any game with support, have someone proof read your wording as it can make a huge difference between good and bad outcomes.

Good luck with playing games either way! (not being sarcastic)

I wanted to play after an year and when I entered I found that. Not good. I made the first ticket showing in the picture the problem and asking for a transfer to get unblocked because what they did. I waited a long time for that stupid answer. I wrote them again about the problem and I waited a long time for the other answer. And so on, no help and I can't play because what they did. Of course that I got angry.
And I know that I can get blocked/ban for bad behavior, but guess what? I got blocked for doing nothing. ;) And they let me like this, asked for money, and now I can't play because of what they did.
Yea, thx! I wonder, if I had paid for the game, they would have offered the same support?
Is this the only way to get a Coupe d'E-Line vehicle mount?
Currently, buying EMP during the Best Sellers Sale is the only method of obtaining the Coupe d'E-Line vehicle mount that restores HP/MP (apart from buying one off another player via the trade broker). The standard Coupe d'E-Line vehicle mount can also be obtained from the Anniversary Token Store in the game. While there are currently no plans to offer the HP/MP restoring Coupe d'E-Line vehicle mount via other means, we reserve the right to re-introduce [filtered] as part of a future sale or promotion.

Source: http://support.enmasse.com/tera/2017-tera-best-sellers-sale

EME - Reintroducing tits since 2017~
LesbianVi wrote: »
Spacecats said there will be a giveaway of 500 Tokens so everyone get a mount, also they give a sale and a result to a MP/HP reg mount for nurds and still players are crying. If we get a open world event last weekend and you ppl keep crying, then I can't really say anything nice to you.

Also, you are damaged and wanna get heal? in IOD, there are healing Motes every where, in dungeons, you got healers, in solo stuff, you got potions, there not available, you have noble moon, sit on it, get heal a bit and then ride your car. yeah, ok.

can we focus stuff that matters and stop crying over every little thing?

It just comes across as petty the token shop version has no regen IMO.

And then having the regen version exclusive to to buying a 100$ worth of EMP is just plain greedy. I honestly wouldn't have minded if the token shop version had the regen and you also could buy regen version DIRECTLY (Because [filtered] lootboxes and their 00000.1% win rate) from the EMP shop for a reasonable amount of EMP to skip the grind.
Heck i would prolly have spended some EMP for that to get the car on my other characters as a memento of the event for having to spend 100$ to get one i just wrong on so many levels.
If dead memes are the thing, may as well post trollfaces and just bring back Trash Doves
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Obs wrote: »
Exbrah wrote: »
Cringing at some of these responses. In my experience the damage is also based on endurance. I was on discord with my priest friend so we were debuffing properly. My mystic in +12 guile was getting 1 shot still through kaias. Nobody else. This happened twice. Switched out fleetfoot for another hardy and turned on bravery, then started taking the proper amount of damage, around 70k.

There should be no reason you should be using anything other than 4 Hardies, unless you are a Sorc who needs a Glisteningly to actually DPS.

Damage reduction is additive. Losing 8.1% damage reduction makes you take a lot more than 8.1% damage.

If you have proper rolls on your gear you should easily be able to survive with or without Kaias.

I've played since CB friend, and healed some of the top server runs in several patches. I've got all the proper rolls and prefer fleetfoot in fights that don't keep you in combat because not getting hit as mystic is extremely easy. They're the only class that can make use of it. The point is that rolls/endurance DO affect the debuff mechanic and the damage is not fixed.
@Spacecats in another topic a little while ago said:
Spacecats wrote: »
Zoknahal wrote: »
I too would like more outfits for Valkyrie, but i believe that first, the original classes should get the remaining of their weapon skins, which are available in EU TERA and Ktera. We been waiting for over a year for the remaining weapon skins for the original classes to be added, and they still missing. The last we knew about those was that Treeshark was gonna look into it, but with him gone, i doubt anyone at EME even remembers our Fashion Coupon store is highly outdated compared to EU or Ktera.

These items are notorious at this point. I've seen screenshots, but no item names from any version other than the ones NA players have chosen to call them (and not the actual names that appear in the game). If they are in our version somehow, we'll need more than screenshots of what they look like to find them.

So I am going to get as many of them as I can. Including ones that are the same shape but have a different texture/pattern or even just color. Been meaning to do this for a while.

AXES


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Axe Model 1: Axe of the First Expidition
Axe Model 2: Thief-Cleaver, Halberd of the Royal Watch
Axe Model 3: Bloodshatter, Oathbreaker Axe
Axe Model 4: Crafted Niveous Axe

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Axe Model 5: Treesplitter
Axe Model 6: Websplitter
Axe Model 7: Rulebreaker, Feral-Fury Axe, Truthmaster
Axe Model 8: Crafted Punshal Axe

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Axe Model 9: Heaven-Cleaver
Axe Model 10: Despot Dispatch, Conqueror's Axe
Axe Model 11: Cleaver of the Dark
Axe Model 12: Bonebreaker, Agonizer, Gutbreaker

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Axe Model 13: Greataxe of the Forsworn
Axe Model 14: Pitiless Axe
Axe Model 15: Final Stop *EXISTING WEAPON SKIN*= Bloodcrested Axe
Axe Model 16: Exit Maker

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Axe Model 17: Shadowcleaver
Axe Model 18: Icewing
Axe Model 19: Heartbreaker
Axe Model 20: Moloch Axe

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Axe Model 21: Hatcher (Guile Axe)
Axe Model 22: Evenfeller, Axe of Knowledge
Axe Model 23: Crippleton (Misery Axe)
Axe Model 24: TBD

If this is what is needed, I'll make my way through the alphabet and do the same thing for Arcannons, Bows, Discs, and so on. After visiting another server or two to make sure I got all the axes. Also, if this is right, help will be welcome and accepted, just post what you'll be doing it for first so multiple people don't do it for the same weapon.

Oh and @counterpoint since I think you've been interested in this as well.

I wish I could condense all the pictures somehow so you click on something and then they get revealed.
Attention-getter Achievement! XD
People EU had a better anniversary event than NA. I don't know why people are still defending this event. It is by far the worse thing NA did. This is not an anniversary event its more like a cash grab gimmick.

I love this game. Played it hardcore like it was my life and time and time I tried defending it when it mattered but this is just very disappointing. The event is almost done and I hoped that they will add something fun but instead its more cash shop upgrades.

Im soo sorry I cant keep doing this I need a break from this game. Like a year or soo or something. Im tired 11 characters all each class and each race. VM+15 items in 1 of them and rest Misery +12. I dont think people can say to me Im not huge fan of this game.

But yah need a break, Tera lately just game me a broken heart. I will check the game again next week hoping they will add something to the final week of the anniversary that is good and fun.
Your jokes suck. Go away
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EME fix your servers
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LesbianVi wrote: »
Asrah wrote: »
LesbianVi wrote: »
Move on, just report players, we are not the one banning people, EME does and this won't help anyone. Case is closed.

2 people who dont realize i reported myself. Ignorance is bliss i suppose.

Yeah well, idiots were ignored many times before, you are not the 1st.

But isnt name calling like that against the rules?
Asrah wrote: »
LesbianVi wrote: »
Move on, just report players, we are not the one banning people, EME does and this won't help anyone. Case is closed.

2 people who dont realize i reported myself. Ignorance is bliss i suppose.

Yeah well, idiots were ignored many times before, you are not the 1st.
Society is blessed to have these kinds of people
LesbianVi wrote: »
Move on, just report players, we are not the one banning people, EME does and this won't help anyone. Case is closed.

2 people who dont realize i reported myself. Ignorance is bliss i suppose.
Move on, just report players, we are not the one banning people, EME does and this won't help anyone. Case is closed.
Zajchik wrote: »
Call-outs aren't allowed. Please edit your post and report a player you suspect of cheating through the ticket system.


Also, I don't really see how this is considered "proof".

Heres better proof for you: http://imgur.com/a/Dg5JD
FF dank memes
TFYL7NJAFF wrote: »
Is that Bern's free costume script? Where do you get that?

A little birdy dropped an axe in my mail and i gleefully equipped it for the purpose of making shockwaves and purple puddles.
Zajchik wrote: »
Call-outs aren't allowed. Please edit your post and report a player you suspect of cheating through the ticket system.


Also, I don't really see how this is considered "proof".

You sound like an EME employee. If you are one, tell them to fix their servers cuz lag everywhere.
Is that Bern's free costume script? Where do you get that?
fuzzyguard wrote: »
mega cringe attempt at humor, almost like a cry for attention? this is just to burden the moderators or something? strange af

Naw i literally just dont care. Playerbase is kinda aids and this game is buggy as all get out.
mega cringe attempt at humor, almost like a cry for attention? this is just to burden the moderators or something? strange af
nice meme lol
Umm, thats my character, ill call myself out if i want to. Also, Reapers cant use Zerker axe. How is this not obvious?
Call-outs aren't allowed. Please edit your post and report a player you suspect of cheating through the ticket system.


Also, I don't really see how this is considered "proof".
I think this person deserves a ban.

http://imgur.com/a/2ytLw
While this forum post references old dungeon bosses, I take it that it applies to all dungeons in general after the big patch (with the exception of AB). Bosses in general have been buffed making some dungeon runs long but not necessarily more challenging.

Case in point: With VHNM being this week's dungeon highlight, most of us must be grinding the dungeon over and over for some special rewards or drops. Does it remind of the recent Kyra's event - most of us kept running SSNM repeatedly? Why not run LKNM more then? LFG at that time was flooded with SSNM runs and we saw only an occasional LKNM pop up, yes? There must be a reason for that. If there's a choice now for the same rewards and drops, I'd choose running, say 8 times of SSNM or LKNM over VHNM, agree?

These said, I'll still run VHNM for the stuff it's giving in this event and have been at it at least 6 times daily, not a complaint. It's just to say you do feel the pinch seeing how much more time you're spending cumulatively if you compare it with how you had similarly done during Kyra'e event.
@Geletron I would submit this as a support ticket, but unfortunately I already have two and cannot submit any more,

- The exact time you experience a major lag spike: 13/May/2017 at 21:35 BST/12:35 PST
- What you were doing in game when you experienced a lag spike: Tanking Bathysmal Rise, with a PUG. Healer disconnected, party wiped from being unable to do anything because of lag.
- What character class you are playing: Brawler
- What server you are playing from: Mount Tyrannas
- Some information on how you connect to the TERA server (what country or region in North America and wi-fi, Ethernet, and ISP): United Kingdom, Wired, BT

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@Geletron I would submit this as a support ticket, but unfortunately I already have two and cannot submit any more,

- The exact time you experience a major lag spike: 13/May/2017 at 21:35 BST/12:35 PST
- What you were doing in game when you experienced a lag spike: Tanking Bathysmal Rise, with a PUG. Healer disconnected, party wiped from being unable to do anything because of lag.
- What character class you are playing: Brawler
- What server you are playing from: Mount Tyrannas
- Some information on how you connect to the TERA server (what country or region in North America and wi-fi, Ethernet, and ISP): United Kingdom, Wired, BT

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Traceroute at 13/May/2017 at 21:45 BST/12:45 PST
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I should be hitting an En Masse Entertainment server by hop 28 at the latest, but it's very clear that I'm not getting there.

And I can't log in as a result.

Isn't Savvis one of your ISPs that is used?
@Geletron I would submit this as a support ticket, but unfortunately I already have two and cannot submit any more,

- The exact time you experience a major lag spike: 13/May/2017 at 21:35 BST/12:35 PST
- What you were doing in game when you experienced a lag spike: Tanking Bathysmal Rise, with a PUG. Healer disconnected, party wiped from being unable to do anything because of lag.
- What character class you are playing: Brawler
- What server you are playing from: Mount Tyrannas
- Some information on how you connect to the TERA server (what country or region in North America and wi-fi, Ethernet, and ISP): United Kingdom, Wired, BT

Traceroute at 13/May/2017 at 21:35 BST/12:35 PST
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  6    11 ms    17 ms    11 ms  62.6.201.144
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Traceroute at 13/May/2017 at 21:40 BST/12:40 PST
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Traceroute at 13/May/2017 at 21:45 BST/12:45 PST
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Traceroute at 13/May/2017 at 21:55 BST/12:55 PST
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  5    12 ms    11 ms    11 ms  195.99.127.108
  6    12 ms    11 ms    11 ms  62.6.201.144
  7    11 ms    11 ms    11 ms  213.137.183.32
  8    94 ms    94 ms    94 ms  ixp1-xe-1-1-0-0.us-ash.eu.bt.net [166.49.208.123]
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I should be hitting an En Masse Entertainment server by hop 18 at the latest, but it's very clear that I'm not getting there.
@Geletron I would submit this as a support ticket, but unfortunately I already have two and cannot submit any more,

- The exact time you experience a major lag spike: 13/May/2017 at 21:35 BST/12:35 PST
- What you were doing in game when you experienced a lag spike: Tanking Bathysmal Rise, with a PUG. Healer disconnected, party wiped from being unable to do anything because of lag.
- What character class you are playing: Brawler
- What server you are playing from: Mount Tyrannas
- Some information on how you connect to the TERA server (what country or region in North America and wi-fi, Ethernet, and ISP): United Kingdom, Wired, BT

Traceroute at 13/May/2017 at 21:35 BST/12:35 PST
tracert 208.67.48.145

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  4    12 ms    11 ms    11 ms  31.55.186.224
  5    11 ms    12 ms    11 ms  195.99.127.108
  6    11 ms    17 ms    11 ms  62.6.201.144
  7    11 ms    11 ms    11 ms  213.137.183.32
  8    95 ms    95 ms    95 ms  ixp1-xe-1-1-0-0.us-ash.eu.bt.net [166.49.208.123]
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Traceroute at 13/May/2017 at 21:40 BST/12:40 PST
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Traceroute at 13/May/2017 at 21:45 BST/12:45 PST
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Traceroute at 13/May/2017 at 21:55 BST/12:55 PST
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I should be hitting an En Masse Entertainment server by hop 18 at the latest, but it's very clear that I'm not getting there.
nooooooope
Question in title.

Yes or no ?
Had to download the patch when I signed on last night, patch failed to apply properly or something. Got an error 0109 corrupt client file I think it said, so I run the tool it does a thing... and nothing, same error. So I try to take a shortcut, as I already know what needs to be done but am dreading it, and delete a few files at a time and download fresh ones from the support section here. None of it worked, so I went nuclear and deleted the 3 folders in the games installed location... ran the patcher and went to sleep as it would take hours to get 50+ gigs back. Woe is me when I find it did not download half the stuff at all, just got the client folder back and that's all :/

Yay to wait 10hrs for the torrent to finish and another 10 for it to install, love this part.
Making Hello Kitty costumes a limited sale was a horrible idea, now only a few of them available on TB for millions of gold, and you got people like Misayaya.Pray on MT who is selling that costume for 300+USD through paypal only.
first off why am i even mentioned here in the first place? o.O Second off thank you for that koniginni as yes it was random for you to defend me like this out of the blue, i have to at least say thank you as you did step in when no one else did even if it wasn't heated up against towards me. last but not least, this whole forum post is an actual troll tbh as its just based off tier 4 etchings which can be "traded" by trading your gear to the person with the etching, they apply the etching and trade back. nothing more or less and ofc paying them too. if the misery gear was crafted you can still trade it before equiping it then have it traded back with the etching on it. but other than that whole "magic" thing they are saying, it means they are trying to get you to pay for the etching first then log out and keep the money aka scamming you. also why am i still in jail my jail time was suppose to be over on the 15th :( anyways xoxo troll post and thank you koniginni o7
OP gets correctly called out for trying to link legit etch selling with 3rd party tools so he switches to name selling.

Which also gets called out, so he resorts to naming random bots.

Not condoning the use of such tools but it's not hard to see you've got a poor understanding of what is and isn't allowed with a massive side order of personal vendetta.
34HK6EK43Y wrote: »
The3rdPartyHunter is koni !!! with another name lol

no, isnt me, im not navigating in forum im farming in game, also i went here to check whats happening cuz server were down for maintance, but im watching this guy writining like me with intro through each phrase, its a troll

@Spacecats

spacecats i have to talk with you about this people, probabbly who is creating this post is from the same group of people, trying to make the people believe exactly what this guy 34HK6EK43Y wrote
34HK6EK43Y wrote: »
The3rdPartyHunter is koni !!! with another name lol

who ?
roxxapoxx wrote: »
Okay like... they're not hacking to trade the tier 4 etchings. People liberate them with liberation scrolls and trade back. Please.
Pixelator wrote: »
The buyer is paying a HUGE price for doing this anyways: the amount charged by the etch seller + cost of liberation scroll + potential worth of the item when they're done with it. Easily exceeds 500k.

I was offered this thing for a misery weapon and when I asked how he will do it he said "magic".

Is obvious some hackers are using some admin mods to do whatever they want.

"Magic" is the way someone offered me to add Tier IV Etchings on a Misery weapon.

Dude, why would he reveal his secret? A tier IV etching box is like 12k, and selling it the way you were explained, you can make a lot of money.

As long as the client is not being altered, and they play by the game rules, even if it implies trading stuff back and forth, it's legal and cannot be banned.

Regarding people with bots and stuff, publicly announcing it is just giving publicity to those people, and letting people know these kind of bots exist, you should be banned.
The3rdPartyHunter is koni !!! with another name lol
Call-outs are against forum rules. Report them to mEME if you actually have a problem.
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Can we just get a ban on these trolls STILL riding on that dead meme of the 3rd party thing?
There's people that still find it funny to poke at the dead meme or just make the ones that think the whole 3rd party ban (which was nothing in the end) was right by enmasse's part look stupid?

That's enough, really. That The Abscess hacking thread lost it's fun already, stop this please.
You know people were selling T4 etching boxes directly on the broker, right?
TBH this is the kind of toxic stuff that keeps me coming back to the forums.
Tewii wrote: »
> @TWMagimay said:
> BattlePopo wrote: »
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> Nothing wrong with liberating gear and etching it. Man did this thread go off the rails or what. Old news btw, OP you can stop trolling now.
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> If you wanna get technical about it...it's basically an exploit. But people have been finding ways around non-tradeable items for years now so nobody cares.

An exploit how? It's using a liberation scroll to give someone else your VM. From that point on they can do what they wish with the VM, which includes putting their own enhancements on it like a T4 etching, rerolling it with personal spellbinds etc. Then it's up to the other player to do what they want with it, which once again includes giving it back to the other person.

Nothing in the game is being tampered with in an unruly way, and if BHS really wanted this to not happen, they would have made the restriction to 'can only be placed on an item you crafted'.

An exploit doesn't necessarily involve tampering with the game. It's basically "doing something the developers didn't intend for you to do". When they put "cannot be traded on an item" and you find a way to trade said item, you are technically exploiting game systems to go around the intention of the developers. For example, a couple years back GW2 released a flawed design and then banned a bunch of people for exploiting said design even though all those people did was craft an item and then dismantle it to produce a certain material. Tera has always been pretty accepting of such methods though and has allowed people to go around the "cannot trade". Still, it's technically an exploit.
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From Etching to "introduction" of bot.. We know where this topic going..
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> BattlePopo wrote: »
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> If you wanna get technical about it...it's basically an exploit. But people have been finding ways around non-tradeable items for years now so nobody cares.

An exploit how? It's using a liberation scroll to give someone else your VM. From that point on they can do what they wish with the VM, which includes putting their own enhancements on it like a T4 etching, rerolling it with personal spellbinds etc. Then it's up to the other player to do what they want with it, which once again includes giving it back to the other person.

Nothing in the game is being tampered with in an unruly way, and if BHS really wanted this to not happen, they would have made the restriction to 'can only be placed on an item you crafted'.
BattlePopo wrote: »
Nothing wrong with liberating gear and etching it. Man did this thread go off the rails or what. Old news btw, OP you can stop trolling now.

If you wanna get technical about it...it's basically an exploit. But people have been finding ways around non-tradeable items for years now so nobody cares.
He's dumb as fvck anyway. Who cares.
Dude do you actually know that u can craft misery? :3 maybe the seller was offering u misery piece (crafted +12'ed) and then etched with IV. Also as other said no one hacked anything simply liberating ur gear trading it having it etched isnt any magic or hack simply expensive way how to get the etch you want -.-
> @Boymin said:
> This OP kid is aut!stic as fvck.

Plz do not be offensive towars [filtered] ppl, ty
This OP kid is aut!stic as fvck.
Well, that is risky, when I get a VM9 liberated I sure as heck will use it :p
I'm here to call you a dumb sensationalist. Please learn how things work before you create forum topic. TYVM
is this another forum meme?
im dont get why some craft misery weapon for get etching IV
Not gonna answer to this troll post. Just close it lol.
Pixelator wrote: »
The buyer is paying a HUGE price for doing this anyways: the amount charged by the etch seller + cost of liberation scroll + potential worth of the item when they're done with it. Easily exceeds 500k.

Well yes and no, They don't lose the re-sell price at all if they were/are going vm8.5/9.5 since those can't be liberated..It's actually the biggest base I sell mine to are people converting to the 0.5 anyways
Nothing wrong with liberating gear and etching it. Man did this thread go off the rails or what. Old news btw, OP you can stop trolling now.
vkobe wrote: »
nice name The3rdPartyHunter and thirdpartysoftware ;)

Yeah, the big sidh took the bait, he is from the discord channel from those hackers that makes real money selling hacks.

mm yea, bc emme banned them. Thats why banning meishu, bern and pinky was a bad idea, bc now they "dont have anything to loose" so they can do whatever they want.
But yea, ur mentally challenged if u think u can "unbind" t4 etch with the proxy. Its like the guy asking about baning ppl getting "big" in ABNM bc they were hacking all over again.
Seems like someone is being paranoid; tier 4 etchings can be sold by liberating gear or having a piece of gear that isn't soulbouded.
vkobe wrote: »
nice name The3rdPartyHunter and thirdpartysoftware ;)

Yeah, the big sidh took the bait, he is from the discord channel from those hackers that makes real money selling hacks.

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ok now i know this guy is being [filtered]
nice name The3rdPartyHunter and thirdpartysoftware ;)
roxxapoxx wrote: »
Okay like... they're not hacking to trade the tier 4 etchings. People liberate them with liberation scrolls and trade back. Please.
Pixelator wrote: »
The buyer is paying a HUGE price for doing this anyways: the amount charged by the etch seller + cost of liberation scroll + potential worth of the item when they're done with it. Easily exceeds 500k.

I was offered this thing for a misery weapon and when I asked how he will do it he said "magic".

Is obvious some hackers are using some admin mods to do whatever they want.

"Magic" is the way someone offered me to add Tier IV Etchings on a Misery weapon.

ok and u think hes being serious? LOL

i know he is your friend and is obvious you will protect your "profits" in real money with those hacks and bots. >:)
roxxapoxx wrote: »
Okay like... they're not hacking to trade the tier 4 etchings. People liberate them with liberation scrolls and trade back. Please.
Pixelator wrote: »
The buyer is paying a HUGE price for doing this anyways: the amount charged by the etch seller + cost of liberation scroll + potential worth of the item when they're done with it. Easily exceeds 500k.

I was offered this thing for a misery weapon and when I asked how he will do it he said "magic".

Is obvious some hackers are using some admin mods to do whatever they want.

"Magic" is the way someone offered me to add Tier IV Etchings on a Misery weapon.

ok and u think hes being serious? LOL
roxxapoxx wrote: »
Okay like... they're not hacking to trade the tier 4 etchings. People liberate them with liberation scrolls and trade back. Please.
Pixelator wrote: »
The buyer is paying a HUGE price for doing this anyways: the amount charged by the etch seller + cost of liberation scroll + potential worth of the item when they're done with it. Easily exceeds 500k.

I was offered this thing for a misery weapon and when I asked how he will do it he said "magic".

Is obvious some hackers are using some admin mods to do whatever they want.

"Magic" is the way someone offered me to add Tier IV Etchings on a Misery weapon.
Okay like... they're not hacking to trade the tier 4 etchings. People liberate them with liberation scrolls and trade back. Please.
They even trade market bots to take control of the market in Tera. Those hackers and cheaters are using alts to make profit and they are using RTM making people to trasnfer money to their Paypal Accounts.

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name trade discussion is only not allowed on the forums, it isn't forbidden to do.
somebody pls get this noob out of here.
There are even people that are trading with names, thing that is illegal and they are from a mafia that have members on several servers.

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Pixelator wrote: »
The buyer is paying a HUGE price for doing this anyways: the amount charged by the etch seller + cost of liberation scroll + potential worth of the item when they're done with it. Easily exceeds 500k.

I was offered this thing for a misery weapon and when I asked how he will do it he said "magic".

Is obvious some hackers are using some admin mods to do whatever they want.

You name checks out, you seem to be snipe hunting in this instance though.
Pixelator wrote: »
The buyer is paying a HUGE price for doing this anyways: the amount charged by the etch seller + cost of liberation scroll + potential worth of the item when they're done with it. Easily exceeds 500k.

I was offered this thing for a misery weapon and when I asked how he will do it he said "magic".

Is obvious some hackers are using some admin mods to do whatever they want.
The buyer is paying a HUGE price for doing this anyways: the amount charged by the etch seller + cost of liberation scroll + potential worth of the item when they're done with it. Easily exceeds 500k.
They aren't tradeable, but people can still sell them. You have to liberate and give your gear to them, they then put the etching on and give it back
Those people are selling them by liberating the piece they want it on, trading it and adding the etching. And trading back. It's not a hack, and is a high price because you can't sell the gear after doing this.
@Spacecats @Halrath

This item is suposed to not be able to be traded or mailed, however I see several people on global and trade chats that are selling them. I am not talking about the superior etching boxes but the Tier IV Etchings themselves.

Looks like there are people runing more hacks and this needs to be taken care of before they cheaters hurts the economy for those who craft Tier 3 Etchings.
Zoknahal wrote: »
Deluso wrote: »
It's illegal to discuss about that here. Go to red *ahem* dit..

I would say that discussing 3rd party programs that directly intercept data from the game and turn it into something else, like easy to read numbers (it says this on the ToS too) are illegal and not allowed to be discussed on the forums. However, i think, just might, that i once saw an answer of a GM regarding the use of "Official" programs such as Pingzapper and WTFast, as this type of programs do not intercept or meddle with the stream of data of the game, but only allow you to tunnel your connection through a private network allowing for better ping and stability overall.

Perhaps the Player Council has better info on this as they can somehow talk directly with EME.

Neither of those are official En Masse programs, so please don't discuss them in the forums. That's what is typically meant by "3rd party." It's neither created nor endorsed by Bluehole or En Masse, and it affects your TERA experience. Since these forums are for official discussion around the game, talking about, promoting, or directly linking to programs we don't operate would likely give others the impression that they ARE endorsed (not to mention safe and benevolent, which again we can't control). That's why it's not allowed.

Hopefully that makes sense. Closing this thread, so if you have questions please direct message me.
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ye, you were too slow at deleting your thread
u guys are 7 mins [filtered] late come the [filtered] on man
You can ask your ISP to activate the Fast path option for your line. It dropped mine from 195-200 (greece) to 160-170. It's also free. At least with my ISP.
IT doesn't do miracles and a big portion of the problem comes from the server instability which I guess won't get any attention soon.

This not using a 3rd party program so it should be ok.
Can someone explain me how the money system works in Tera?

I know it's divided in 3 values Gold (G), Silver (S) and Bronze (B) but how do you read it? if someone asks like 50k for an item does that mean 50,000 of gold so
50,000G 00S 00B

or

5G 00S 00B?

Cos I have like the feeling that silvers and bronzes are like cents so they are worth nothing am I right?

I know that 100B = 1S and 100S = 1G
Oh okay please delete the thread
there's a thread already for this
Hi egveryone did u notice? I ran 4 times now and noticed that i dont get tokens(2) that should be 100%

The even says it ends Monday, May 22 at 10 a.m. PDT which is actually 4 hours from now.
ElinLove wrote: »
ElinUsagi wrote: »
Deluso wrote: »
Zoknahal wrote: »

I would say that discussing 3rd party programs that directly intercept data from the game and turn it into something else, like easy to read numbers (it says this on the ToS too) are illegal and not allowed to be discussed on the forums. However, i think, just might, that i once saw an answer of a GM regarding the use of "Official" programs such as Pingzapper and WTFast, as this type of programs do not intercept or meddle with the stream of data of the game, but only allow you to tunnel your connection through a private network allowing for better ping and stability overall.

Perhaps the Player Council has better info on this as they can somehow talk directly with EME.

Yeah right, PC will talk to EME...
Where is that famous 3rd Party "officially" opened by EME? Oh wait! Found it buried in page 15~

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They are listening to us, right?

They already made clear they stance about those 3rd party programs that were mentioned in that thread.

People that complains about EME not listening are the ones that are not listening in the first place.

It's easy to say communication doesn't work when you just don't get the exact answer you want.
It was clear on that post already.
Considering their stance on that issue was posted BEFORE the thread was even created with no followup since the thread was created, it's a clear case of lack of communication.
the rewards weren't that great you didn't miss big thing
NikuroTega wrote: »
I mean, it's not like they can't re-do the event after CH server is back up.

That is , if they even will, EME doesn't have a known history of compensations by doing the same thing over. We'll probably see an 'apology' in next week's stream or some post with an item code for ALL servers and we are supposed to act happy and cheerful then.
I mean, it's not like they can't re-do the event after CH server is back up.
Thank you for event from TR :) <3
In all seriousness, I'm really mad that only our server had to sit out more than half of the event due to your servers [filtered] up.
:-( i finaly got of work
But Enmasse you dont have the infrastructure for this amount of players.
Servers are falling all the time, and if not... Lag spikes of 10k ping every 10 seconds.

Impossible to do anything. (I get rekt by a Teralith :( )
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