L2D geodata works.
There was a voice command [voice_%multisell ID] for any npc to open the multisell. The voice command has been removed.
*VIP Coins items have been fixed, it was giving as invalid when using the item being on the 31st.
*Fixed HEROES Coins items being invalid when used on the 31st.
*Fixed the problem with hero skill animations.
*ThreadPool has been configured to avoid vps crashes due to the number of events.
#Diff from all of the above.
---> JDK 17
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You can't simply point fingers at others for your own shortcomings it's important to take responsibility and learn from your mistakes.
From here, i can see that you've given up because your servers weren't successful, and now you're blaming the community for your mistakes.
You can't just say it's others fault when things go wrong you need to admit your own mistakes and try to do better next time.
The same topic comes up time and time again. The "end" of L2 isn't due to the server administrators or the type of servers they create. It's largely because as adults, we struggle to find the time for economic and social stability. The reason I don't play L2 isn't that the servers are shit. On the contrary, many of them introduce fresh content in both PvE and PvP, bringing innovative ideas to a game that's 20 years old. The real barrier is lack of time our life demands. I can't commit 6-7 hours daily just to make consistent progress to keep up with the meta and not to find myself lagging behind a week.
This isn't only on l2 but with the general idea of mmo. In the past five years, I've bought games like New World, Diablo 4, WoW, and Final Fantasy 14. But often, I find myself leveling up at my own pace and mostly solo since my friends and I have different schedules. So, what do I end up doing when I feel like gaming? I typically boot up a MOBA or FPS, play for a couple of hours on Discord with whoever is available to play, then shut down my PC and call it a day.
Additionally, to stay on topic, I believe we're currently in an era where there are several stable projects for players to enjoy. Examples include Reborn, Classic Club, Talking Island, and Gold, just to name a few. As for the Aqua project, I've observed its launch and closure occur at a similar pace as those scam servers you've mentioned.