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Issue 84 of the DDO Chronicle is now available!

Recent Discussions - Fri, 03/14/2014 - 19:58
Potency augments are one of my favorites.

Card IX/X/XI combos?

Recent Discussions - Fri, 03/14/2014 - 19:53
http://ddowiki.com/page/Card_Crafting

Issue 84 of the DDO Chronicle is now available!

Dev Posts - Fri, 03/14/2014 - 19:14
Image: http://www.ddo.com/sites/default/files/U21headerB.jpg (https://www.ddo.com/en/news/ddo-chronicle-issue-84) Don't forget to reply below with your answer to the Chronicle Comment for your chance to win Turbine Points! We'll select a random winner after Noon Eastern on Friday, March 21st - good luck!

5000 Favor BUG

Recent Discussions - Fri, 03/14/2014 - 18:57
Hi! Seems theres a BIG bug for the 5000 favor tome...

Destiny change in town

Recent Discussions - Fri, 03/14/2014 - 18:55
no I'm not VIP, and it was working for me in town. Just...

Melee hit sounds bugged?

Recent Discussions - Fri, 03/14/2014 - 18:55
I like the new sounds.

Requested Build - THF Dwarf (Great Axe)

Recent Discussions - Fri, 03/14/2014 - 18:04
---Quote (Originally by unbongwah)--- Quick Cetus...

Seeking a build

Recent Discussions - Fri, 03/14/2014 - 18:00
Dwarven Wizard - 2 or more fighter / 18 or less wizard (not...

3rd party launchers

Recent Discussions - Fri, 03/14/2014 - 17:57
Has anybody put together a good solid list? I'm always...

Make Sure you Receive our Account-Related Emails

Dev Posts - Fri, 03/14/2014 - 17:54
Adventurers, First and foremost, please make sure that you always keep the email address on file with your Turbine account up to date. This ensures that if you make a store purchase, update your account information, or need to recover your password and username, that you will receive the proper email. Additionally, please be sure to add the email addresses 'no-reply@turbine.com' and 'newsletter@emails.turbine.com' to your address book or 'Safe Senders' list. Emails for recovering your username and password, and about account changes, come from 'newsletter@emails.turbine.com '. Store confirmation emails come from 'no-reply@turbine.com'. Adding these emails to your contacts list will prevent them from being blocked as Spam by your service provider, or lost in your Spam/Junk folder. If you have taken these steps, and still don't receive the proper emails, please don't hesitate to contact our Support Team directly (http://support.turbine.com/ics/support/contactUs.asp). -Carpe Noctem

Make Sure you Receive our Account-Related Emails

Recent Discussions - Fri, 03/14/2014 - 17:54
Adventurers, First and foremost, please make sure that...

Death Aura not continuing to heal/switching areas

Recent Discussions - Fri, 03/14/2014 - 17:03
---Quote (Originally by Hathorian)--- what about going...

No dog enhancements????

Recent Discussions - Fri, 03/14/2014 - 17:02
My 5th level Arty cannot seem to locate the dog...

Let's Play DDO: Legendary Halls

Recent Discussions - Fri, 03/14/2014 - 16:55
It is about time someone has one!

Is Ranger Double Shot working properly

Recent Discussions - Fri, 03/14/2014 - 15:42
---Quote (Originally by kinggartk)--- I have the ranger...

WTS Card 9 and card 10. Also selling Winter Wolf Pup Code from PAX East

Recent Discussions - Fri, 03/14/2014 - 15:40
---Quote (Originally by Hiponic)--- What sever are you on,...

Wyrm-wrought Handwraps Bugged?

Dev Posts - Fri, 03/14/2014 - 15:40
Good afternoon! So, the Thunder-Forged Handwraps seem to be working as intended, based on internal investigations and the data you've presented here. A Masterwork Shortsword normally deals 1d6, or 1[w]. A Tier 0 Thunder-Forged Shortsword deals 3.5d6, or 3.5[w]. This is +2.5[w] over a "normal" Shortsword. Masterwork Handwraps, on the other hand*, offer no innate damage - Instead, they use the Monk's unarmed base die, which is also 1d6, or 1[w]. Tier 0 Thunder-Forged Handwraps add +2.5[w] over "normal" Handwraps, just like all the other Thunder-Forged weapons. *(...pun intended.)

Akamai NetSession and DDO

Recent Discussions - Fri, 03/14/2014 - 15:30
Now if only this post had been made a month ago on...

Akamai NetSession and DDO

Dev Posts - Fri, 03/14/2014 - 15:03
Hello! We recently enabled a non-peer-to-peer version of the Akamai NetSession client for the DDO launcher, and wanted to update you on our plans to utilize this service in the future. The Akamai NetSession client allows us to quickly and reliably deliver fresh DDO client installations to you, and assist in the repair of missing or corrupted files in current game installations. The client utilizes Akamai’s large network of edge servers to deliver this content from a location which is deemed geographically closest to you, and ensures that we are able to efficiently and effectively get you what you need to play DDO. Although some versions of the Akamai NetSession client used by other software providers utilize Peer-to-Peer technology, we have decided not to use P2P as it relates to DDO. What this means is that Akamai NetSession will NOT use peer-to-peer when delivering DDO-related content even if the P2P NetSession Client is installed. The P2P setting is configured on both the NetSession Client and on the server-end, and both must be configured to enable P2P before P2P traffic is allowed. When we launched Update 21, the Akamai NetSession client was introduced in part to replace the former Pando-enabled client. Since the launch, we’ve heard from you about your concerns, including: * The need to accept a required Akamai EULA that contains language in which enablement of peer-to-peer technology is discussed, despite our decision to not utilize this aspect of the client. * The requirement that Akamai NetSession be installed on your computer to launch DDO, even if you no longer have an immediate need for the program. * That Akamai NetSession reinstalls upon subsequent launch of the DDO client once removed. We have been investigating our options, and have found a solution which we hope will alleviate your concerns. In a future update, we will be altering the Akamai NetSession client to only install if the DDO launcher detects that it is necessary (for example, if you accidentally deleted a required file, or if you are installing new.) Additionally, we will use a more specific EULA that provides further detail about what the program is, and more clearly matches our actual usage of the product. Once you install the DDO client, it will be possible to uninstall Akamai NetSession from your computer, and NetSession will not reinstall upon subsequent launch of the DDO client unless it is necessary to deliver a deleted file or a fresh installation. Typical game updates will not require the use of Akamai NetSession. As always, we appreciate your support, and thank you for playing DDO!

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