Hello from germany!

Discussion in 'Sweet Dreams Inn' started by Krueml, Mar 11, 2015.

  1. Krueml

    Krueml PlayUO Prospect

    Hello,

    my name is Marvin and i'm from germany. I'm a gamemaster on a german freeshard and love to design quests, dungeons and things like that with the xml spawner. I discovered this website, when i was looking for new xml-input and i'm excited about finding an active community with some people who know how to use the xml-system.
    I hope this forum can help me, when i got problems and i hope that i can help if you got some.
    Sorry if my english is bad, i hope it's good enough to understand what i want to say :D

    Well... thats enough.
     
  2. Talshani

    Talshani Administrator Staff Member World Builder

    Welcome :) Your English is fine. No problem understanding. Like I tell everyone, I don't write or speak English very well even though I am from America. I was born/lived in Louisiana and we speak different there. lol :)
    Having someone who does quests and such with the spawner is cool. Maybe you can make a thread and tell us how you do it. Would love to have that on our shard but Dian and I have no time to learn how to do that.
    What is your shards name? Do you have a website?
     
  3. Krueml

    Krueml PlayUO Prospect

    The shard is "Dragoncastle" - a small, but charming shard! You can find the website under www.dc-freeshard.net

    I would make a thread but my kind of making quests is not very "clean". I use many many many spawners to reach the effects I want to have. So idk if i should teach someone to use them.
    I'll think about it.

    When someone got questions I can help for sure. I'm also good in centrED - the developer is a guy from Switzerland and told me how to use it! :)
     
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  4. Dian

    Dian Administrator

  5. Pulsar

    Pulsar Renowned Member

    Hello! new too but whatever, welcome.

    Happy to see someone from the German community. From what I've seen, you guys always have super cool customized shards! A lot of what we use come from there.
     

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