The Adventurers Guild

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October 08, 2008, at 09:43 PM EST by Justme
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Academy

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External Links

  • Light's Adventurer's Guild Map
  • Emerald's Adventurers Guild Map
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October 08, 2008, at 09:35 PM EST by Justme
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 Adventurer's Guild (Level 1-5) (Creator: Diku)
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 The Academy (Level 1 - 201) (Creator: Lasher)
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This area was designed to help new players get a feel for the commands and idea behind the game. As a result it is levellocked, which means if you are above level 5 you can only access the final part of the area, i.e the arena. If you are going through this area for the first time I recommend you read all room descriptions and type "READ SIGN" in every room.

Your goal when visiting this area as a newbie should be to graduate. You get a diploma to show you've done it, and a ring. Not great equipment, but perfectly sufficient for a new player. Also keep your eyes out for the visitor band, this is needed as a key for the Lowlands Paradise area. The first door in the area is locked, so you won't get far without it.

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This area was designed to help new players get a feel for the commands and idea behind the game. It is highly recommended to complete the academy so you can become familiar with quests, goals, and area solving. As you learn through our teachers, you will have small quizzes and tests. These are designed to test for understanding as well as offer rewards for completion of each segment.

Your goal when visiting this area as a newbie should be to graduate. Once completing graduation, you recieve a medal that is in a unique wear position and has a few stats on it, as well as a portal that is owned uniquely to you and allows you to come back to academy without using any move points. While going through the academy, you will pick up all sorts of useful gear and money!

June 15, 2006, at 04:18 PM EST by Rau
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 Adventurer's Guild (Level 1-5)
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 Adventurer's Guild (Level 1-5) (Creator: Diku)
June 15, 2006, at 02:23 PM EST by Galoth
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  • [[http://adverserealms.com/cgi-bin/emerald/cgi-view/openmap.pl?type=gif&file=advguild
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  • Emerald's Adventurers Guild Map
June 15, 2006, at 02:23 PM EST by Galoth
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  • Light's Adventurer's Guild Map
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  • Light's Adventurer's Guild Map
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June 15, 2006, at 01:28 PM EST by APATHY
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    Your goal when visiting this area as a newbie should be to graduate. You get a diploma to show you've done it, and a ring. Not great equipment, but perfectly sufficient for a new player. Also keep your eyes out for the visitor band, this is needed as a key for the Lowlands Paradise area. The first door is locked, so you won't get very far without it.
     Finally, regarding new players, you can find further information by typing "help newhelp" or by reading your guide which your character has to start with. Read page1, read page2...etc. If you lose your guide, you can purchase another at the map shop, or type "outfit" if you are below level six. Good Luck Adventurer.

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Your goal when visiting this area as a newbie should be to graduate. You get a diploma to show you've done it, and a ring. Not great equipment, but perfectly sufficient for a new player. Also keep your eyes out for the visitor band, this is needed as a key for the Lowlands Paradise area. The first door in the area is locked, so you won't get far without it.

Finally, regarding new players, you can find further information by typing "help newhelp" or by reading your guide which your character has to start with. Read page1, read page2...etc. If you lose your guide, you can purchase another at the map shop, or type "outfit" if you are below level six. Good Luck Adventurer.

June 15, 2006, at 01:27 PM EST by APATHY
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          Your goal when visiting this area as a newbie should be to graduate. You get a diploma to show you've done it, and a ring. Not great equipment, but perfectly sufficient for a new player. Also keep your eyes out for the visitor band, this is needed as a key for the Lowlands Paradise area. The first door is locked, so you won't get very far without it.
          Finally, regarding new players, you can find further information by typing "help newhelp" or by reading your guide which your character has to start with. Read page1, read page2...etc. If you lose your guide, you can purchase another at the map shop, or type "outfit" if you are below level six. Good Luck Adventurer.

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    Your goal when visiting this area as a newbie should be to graduate. You get a diploma to show you've done it, and a ring. Not great equipment, but perfectly sufficient for a new player. Also keep your eyes out for the visitor band, this is needed as a key for the Lowlands Paradise area. The first door is locked, so you won't get very far without it.
     Finally, regarding new players, you can find further information by typing "help newhelp" or by reading your guide which your character has to start with. Read page1, read page2...etc. If you lose your guide, you can purchase another at the map shop, or type "outfit" if you are below level six. Good Luck Adventurer.

June 15, 2006, at 01:26 PM EST by APATHY
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This area was designed to help new players get a feel for the commands and idea behind the game. As a result it is levellocked, which means if you are above level 5 you can only access the final part of the area, i.e the arena. If you are going through this area for the first time I recommend you read all room descriptions and type "READ SIGN" in every room.

          Your goal when visiting this area as a newbie should be to graduate. You get a diploma to show you've done it, and a ring. Not great equipment, but perfectly sufficient for a new player. Also keep your eyes out for the visitor band, this is needed as a key for the Lowlands Paradise area. The first door is locked, so you won't get very far without it.
          Finally, regarding new players, you can find further information by typing "help newhelp" or by reading your guide which your character has to start with. Read page1, read page2...etc. If you lose your guide, you can purchase another at the map shop, or type "outfit" if you are below level six. Good Luck Adventurer.

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June 14, 2006, at 12:47 PM EST by Galaban
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 Adventurer's Guild (Level 1-5)

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External Links

  • Light's Adventurer's Guild Map