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|Bob 03.17.2021 11:04|
These are the Release Notes for Open Enrollment v2.5. The release build of OE 2.5 has been running on the Test Server since Tuesday, March 9 and was deployed to Live on Wednesday, March 17.
What Is In This Release
This release focuses on making ten hexes around Fort Inevitable claimable by adding locations to place holdings in them and on returning water to the river starting near Canis Castrum and running past Succinct Prime. Blessings of Pharasma are now loot boxes that deliver a choice of any Boon from Pharasma (Lady’s Health, Lady’s Favor, Lady’s Foresight or Lady’s Protection) and those boons are being fixed to last their proper durations. Other improvements were also made in order to keep steadily improving the overall player experience.
Full Release Notes
|Bob 03.17.2021 11:17|
FYI, when placing holdings in the newly-claimable hexes around Fort Inevitable, it may take a little more searching than usual to find the right spot. Usually the POI locations for holdings are pretty central, close to a road, and often at intersections. Because these hexes were originally set up with the intention of being NPC hexes, they didn't get set up with one of those locations. We're not really set up currently to do the kind of terrain pass required to add new locations, so we had to temporarily repurpose an existing 30m encounter location in each of those hexes. These particular hexes tended to only have those a bit off to the side or closer to the hex corners. If you already know where the 30m encounter locations are in that hex, just check each one until you find the right one. If not, you should be able to find it reasonably quickly by running a loop around the hex about halfway between the center and the hex boundary and checking for nearby placement locations regularly. If you can't seem to find the right spot, let me know and I'll track it down for you.