Early Enrollment v8 introduces Feuds. A Feud is a 2-way conflict between Companies.
One of the last steps in the Holding development process is going to be removing the remaining towers (and War of Towers mechanics) so settlements can derive their training and support levels through consumption of bulk resources. This system is a very basic version of the eventual settlement upkeep system (which I will detail later), but we believe it will be a much more interesting system of settlement support than tower control. It will enable settlements to survive and prosper through means aside from violence.
Players we need to update you on upcoming release schedule information.
Early Enrollment v7 has been deployed. This update has been on the TEST SERVER since Saturday 11 April. You will need to patch your game client before you will be able to play.
While most dwarves moved to Golarion’s surface as part of the Quest for Sky, some doubted their god Torag’s warnings and remained behind, only to be driven further underground by the prophesied calamities awaiting those who didn’t leave their homelands in Nar-Voth. Facing defeat at the hands of other powerful forces in the Darklands, these holdouts accepted an offer of help from the outcast dwarven god Droskar, the Dark Smith. He helped them reclaim their former glory, and in return they bound themselves and their descendants into his service. As a reminder of their bargain, he turned their skin gray, after which they became known as the duergar. The duergar see themselves as the only true dwarves and seek to retake all their former holdings underground, coming to the surface only to kill their cowardly cousins and capture more slaves for the endless work of repaying their debt to Droskar.