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To the v3 User Manual and de l'utilisateur v3 FR


Part 1 Install the game (with updates resume) • Create an Account and AvatarFree to Subscribe and Steam • contact support (see An issue to log in?, I need to change my email...)

Part 2 Basic presentation • Advanced Controls on the User Interface (Keys, P I B J M, Avatar Gauges, Compass, Chat (Special command), Target Reticle, Pop-ups, Windows and toolbars) • Use the mapMissions, quest and ritesStore (Mount and Mektoubs, Apartments, Merchants) • Apps (in game, Webapps and API key) • Macros

Part 3 Chat and emotes (Chat, Emotes) • Coma/Death and penalties • Teleportation • Skills (Foraging, Crafting, Fighting) • Guilds and Outpost • MobsCommon Acronyms and Abbreviations • contact Event Team

Part 4 CreditsGNU Free Documentation License



Important

  • No mektoub on Silan, only on Main Land (Atys continents).
  • Free players may purchase one mektoub (Mount usually).

On main land

Subscribed players may purchase three packers and a mount, for a total of four mektoubs. At advanced levels, packers are very useful to the forager and crafter.

  • Mektoubs must be fed, so if you are traveling a long ways, be sure to buy food from the stable boy and move the food onto each animal.
  • Otherwise, take the mektoub to the nearest stable and give the Enter Stable command from the animal window. A feeding plan can be purchased from the stable boy (cheaper than forage bales). An animal kept in the stable will last indefinitely.
  • Mounts can go to other lands with you. They must go into the gate after you, (by issuing the “follow me” command).
  • Beware though; they can be killed
    skull icon
    . A mount can be killed by MOBs – even as low level as growling gingos – if you are sitting on it. If a mektoub dies, you will see a skull icon on the screen advising you of the time remaining to unload the carried items before the mektoub disappears. You can neither magically heal nor resurrect a mektoub.

More on Mektoub FAQ.