Spring is here, and we have many reasons to celebrate! On Friday the 17th of May, the Female Hood is putting on a music and dance party, chaperoned by none other than Mimi Bot, with special guests Yeesha, the Bahro, and Jeff Zandi! All explorers are welcome, there's something for everyone.
At 13:00 KI time, (3:00 PM in New York, 9:00 PM in Western Europe), send a private message to Mimi Bot with the single word, link, and you will be transported directly to the party in Eder Delin.
Haven't done this before? Just add Mimi Bot as a buddy. Use her KI number by typing /addbuddy 21420380. You can then send Mimi a private message to transport you to the party; click on Mimi Bot in your buddy list and then type link without any punctuation.
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Famed author and field explorer Ainia, along with her research partner KathAveara, are launching a new project!
Having applied for research grants from both the D'ni Museum of Art (& Sciences) and the Guild of Cartographers, funding has been secured to support a moderately sized expedition team into the various Ages. This group, along with small teams of individual explorers, will investigate and decipher the nuances of Bahro script versus the Bahro murals known more commonly as "Bahroglyphs". This project will follow up on the work of the D'ni Linguistic Fellowship, whose records stored in DMoA archives were damaged severely sometime before the cavern's reopening.
Current job openings include, but are not limited to:
- Field Research Assistants
- On-site Photographers
- Linguistic Analysts
- Data Catalogers
- And others....
To apply for any of these jobs, to simply express interest, or to share other relevant skills, please contact the expedition's team leader, KathAveara (KI# 17967159). One may also express interest via a post in the corresponding MOULa forums thread, or contacting DLordofTime, the project's representative on the forums, via PM.
Safe journeys to Ainia, KathAveara, and good luck to their entire team! Be careful out there!
[NOTE: We were able to recover what was lost in our logs! Special thanks to Christian Walther, Korov'ev, and KathAveara for their help!]
Here's what happened:
Zeke365 spoke about the latest organized events to teach people about the various locations in the cavern and Age and the history that goes along with them. Along with here.r'Tayrtahn and Stone, they will be having th eir final tour of this season on Tuesday, May 7th at 22:00 KI time (with people to start arriving at the top of the Great Stairs in Ae'gura at 21:30). More tours are planned for the fall, as well as one or two that are during more European-friendly times. See more at the MOUL forum thread
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The Guild of Writers has been hard at work on their latest update to Gehn Shard, and today, they have released it for all to enjoy! The update also includes some new content: a new area of the cavern and another stained glass design for Tre'bivdil! Here's a full list of changes:
- Add Fehnir House
- Add Tweek's Tre'bivdil stained glass
- Fix Teledahn mining gun FOV refresh issue
- Fix telescope FOV insanity
- Fix many potential server crashes
- Fix more spurious apostrophes in age names
- Fix Phil's Relto naming
- Improve kickable behavior (the server no longer swallows ownership messages)
- Randomize Neighborhood stained glass designs
- Compound Inert Tessellations
To download, simply run the client as normal. Still need to sign up? Head over to this thread for the installer and instructions on how to use it. Congratulations to the GoW for another solid update!
Greetings, fellow explorers and surface dwellers!
After investigating the gossip of their movement around the cavern, I'm proud to announce the whispers are indeed true...The Cavern Today team have released a new episode!
Here's what Dalken Starbyne himself has to say:
What's this? An episode of The Cavern Today? Why, yes. Yes it is! After quite the absence, we at The Cavern Today are happy to provide you the much-belated Episode 9: Open Source. You can find it here, or, as always, you can simply head on over to http://www.thecaverntoday.com/ or listen to it on our iTunes feed. Enjoy!
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