“Where there’s war, there is money,
and where there’s money… well that’s where I come in”
Welcome to our town!
A quiet place full of surprises.
Would you like a cup of tea? Or find some love?
Or perhaps you seek something more unique?
We have it all, from a leprechaun stall,
to guilds where new skill can be studied.
There’s a tavern, a kindergarten (and even a brothel).
Anyway, you’ve come to the right place!
Oh, excuse me,
I didn’t know you wish to open a stall.
Of course we have room for you,
for the proper price of course.
Welcome to the Mineral town!
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A few details about the Mineral town:
The Mineral town is a neutral group that concentrates all the players unregistered with one of the camps.
The town is made up of several small groups whose only thing in common is their geographic location, i.e. residing next to the disappearing castle, and player that do not wish to be affiliated with any camp.
Each group “rents” an area at the foot of the castle, and individual players “rent” sleeping quarters.
The different groups do not have to have ties due to the transient nature of the settlement.
The town is a great opportunity for groups that wish to play outside the main game mechanics or cannot find their place in one of the camps.
Due to its neutral stance and the ban on fighting, the town enables meetings and unique quests between the different camps that wouldn’t be available outside it, yet remains neutral in the mineral war, so its members cannot touch or trade the Mineral etc. It is possible to be a “mercenary” in the service of one of the camps, but the Mineral will never be present in the town.
A group of parents and children is expected to be part of the town, so it is welcoming to families.
Additionally, if you’d want to open up a stall in town (with regular opening hours) as a group or individual you are more that welcome! Pay attention! If you wish to open a stall and belong to a camp, that stall will be in the camp and not the town, which take care to remain neutral.
For further details and registration contact Ram Belkin