LEGACY CONTENT UPDATE 3.1.0H - THE SPOOKY SKELETON UPDATE
It's Halloween again, so it's about time for a new Spooky Update!
Added the Spooky Skeleton encounter.
Added 2 new currency items that drop from the Spooky Skeleton encounter, which give you access to the Spooky Soulforge.
Added 3 new unique items that can be acquired from the Spooky Soulforge.
NEW ENCOUNTER DETAILS
Slaying enemies will have a 1% chance to spawn the Spooky Skeleton, who will flee from players but can occasionally attack. The skeleton will be active for 30 seconds before disappearing... for now... Defeating him before he vanishes will reward players with new currency items: The Spooky Skull and the Golden Skull (in higher leveled areas). Difficulty and drops will scale based on the zone you are in, as shown below:
This is a small content update that has been truncated off of the much larger upcoming 3.2.0 update due to a combination of interesting circumstances. First, many iterative bugfix updates throughout the past few months have been added to the server without much documentation. This was a mistake and we will document all changes the second they happen from now on. Secondly, due to some errors by the administrator, some parts of the next content update were submitted to the live server early. Rather than reverse these changes, we have instead decided to embrace the accident and release some of the new content with it rather than holding it back for one massive mega-update.
In this update, we have added Rune Rats. Rune rats are small magical creatures which have a 5% chance to spawn from any defeated non-boss monster. They immediately start fleeing the player upon manifesting. These tiny beasts have no more than...
It's been a while since the last update, and for good reason. We have spent the last half a year or so meticulously crafting a massive content update along with numerous new systems changes. The server is almost unrecognizable from its original form, barring older dungeons and items. Much more time was spent during the planning period than normal in order to bring everything to fruition. Our goal was to create an update that truly challenged endgame players and smoothed out the experience of progression for newer players simultaneously. We'll let you be the judge of whether we succeeded. Along with this, there were a myriad of tech changes in this update. And while Aryntius Legacy still runs on an older version of Minecraft (1.12.2), we have modernized the vast majority of its backend plugin installations and APIs to finally free it from its dreadful mid-2017 chains.