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Scheduled Server Maintenance - January 14, 2021

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Greetings citizens of the republic!

 

On January 14, 2020 at 1:00 AM (Server Time - GMT+8), we will be conducting a server maintenance which will require a complete server shut down in order to safely perform and implement updates and fixes to the server files. Below are few of the updates included in this scheduled maintenance.

 

  • WoE: SE Updates
  • Card Adjustments
  • Armor Adjustments
  • Security Improvements
  • Bugs & Fixes
  • Serer Host Move (Already Announced)

 

The server's engines will be shut down for about 5-8 hours which includes both implementation and testing. We urge you to log off beforehand to avoid account related issues and make all the necessary preparations. For guild leaders, we advise you to check your castles and break your treasure boxes beforehand to avoid any spawn issues. We have assigned C-3PO to assist in creating the patch notes and I will be posting his list as soon as the server is back up and self-sustaining.

 

Please take the time to rest or join us in our official communications channels.

 

 

See you again soon and may the force be with you!

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Yeeeey. Hopefully, No more lag after changing host! :D

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For real you will move the server's location? May I ask where will it be move exactly?

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Hi I want to play darkro mobile then I find this link roworkshop.com/apk/295/DarkRO.apk then I already DL and  install but i cant play it. Please help. Thanks

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I have problem patch its always stoping at applying update on mobile i already tried several times but it didn't work out. Can you please help me. 

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Currently having an issue after the update.

 

 

The code execution cannot proceed because gepard.dll was not found. Reinstalling the program may fix the problem.

 

Tried copy / pasting the gpard.dll from a different private server however it's not working. Please advice. Thanks

 

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