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February 28, 2017, at 06:25 AM EST by Anaristos
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  • Neglect to use a rebuild on your character right before tiering: Once you have deposited your extra trains into instinct, then rebuild your character before you tier. Once you do this, you can deposit your extra trains into your hit points in order to make your character stronger for the future (pre-rebuild trains can be put into instinct and should be put there instead of hp, whereas post-rebuild trains can't be put into instinct and therefore should just go to hp).
November 11, 2014, at 01:59 AM EST by Madcatz
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  • Neglect to deposit extra trains into instinct before you remort: Before you runto remort remember to instinct deposit <all your extra trains> or you'll bang your head on the desk in frustration later. Maybe even make yourself an alias so that you can't get to the remort chamber before doing this.
November 09, 2014, at 09:10 PM EST by Guinness
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        Instead of sitting at level 1 try this: Turn on noexp when requesting your daily blessing. You will not get double exp mobs, but 
        always get double quest point quest(s). Then just do one campaign per day minimum... you get bonus quest points for the first 
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        Instead of sitting at level 1 try this: . Just do one campaign per day minimum... you get bonus quest points for the first 
October 23, 2013, at 07:44 PM EST by Guinness
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  • Make an alias that supercedes a normal game command: Be careful with the word you choose to use for an alias. It may seem intuitive to create an alias using the word heal, but then you will find it impossible to use the a healer's services, such as 'heal curse'.
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  • Make an alias that supercedes a normal game command: Be careful with the word you choose to use for an alias. It may seem intuitive to create an alias using the word heal, but then you will find it impossible to use the a healer's services, such as heal curse.
October 23, 2013, at 07:43 PM EST by Guinness
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  • Make an alias that supercedes a normal game command: Be careful with the word you choose to use for an alias. It may seem intuitive to create an alias using the word heal, but then you will find it impossible to use the a healer's services, such as 'heal curse'.
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Special thanks to Kateshei, Hwuaijijal, Flip, Dexter, Fiain, Mendaloth, Ylar, Grimmjo, Asterax, Alcor, Tyebald, Redryn, Lasher, Anaristos, Nuanse, Etzli, Dalcia, and Elchanan for contributing!

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Special thanks to Kateshei, Hwuaijijal, Flip, Dexter, Fiain, Mendaloth, Ylar, Grimmjo, Asterax, Alcor, Tyebald, Redryn, Lasher, Anaristos, Nuanse, Etzli, Dalcia, Elchanan, and Baurus for contributing!

October 15, 2013, at 07:52 PM EST by Guinness
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        Instead of sitting at lv 1 try this: Turn on noexp when requesting your daily blessing. You will not get double exp mobs, but 
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        Instead of sitting at level 1 try this: Turn on noexp when requesting your daily blessing. You will not get double exp mobs, but 
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Special thanks to Kateshei, Hwuaijijal, Flip, Dexter, Fiain, Mendaloth, Ylar, Grimmjo, Asterax, Alcor, Tyebald, Redryn, Lasher, Anaristos, Nuanse, Etzli, and Dalcia for contributing!

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Special thanks to Kateshei, Hwuaijijal, Flip, Dexter, Fiain, Mendaloth, Ylar, Grimmjo, Asterax, Alcor, Tyebald, Redryn, Lasher, Anaristos, Nuanse, Etzli, Dalcia, and Elchanan for contributing!

October 15, 2013, at 07:51 PM EST by Guinness
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      * Instead of sitting at lv 1 try this: Turn on noexp when requesting your daily blessing. You will not get double exp mobs, but 
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        Instead of sitting at lv 1 try this: Turn on noexp when requesting your daily blessing. You will not get double exp mobs, but 
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        campaign done every day. Also if you get trivia point campaigns with your daily blessing, do them! Be sure to campaign and level up
        when you get double trains for leveling. Lastly, quest whenever possible. This method helps to maximize gains while reducing active
        time spent.
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        campaign done every day. Also if you get trivia point campaigns with your daily blessing, do them! Be sure to campaign and level 
        up when you get double trains for leveling. Lastly, quest whenever possible. This method helps to maximize gains while reducing 
        active time spent.
October 15, 2013, at 07:49 PM EST by Guinness
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      * Instead of sitting at lv 1 try this: Turn on noexp when requesting your daily blessing. You will not get double exp mobs, but 
        always get double quest point quest(s). Then just do one campaign per day minimum... you get bonus quest points for the first 
        campaign done every day. Also if you get trivia point campaigns with your daily blessing, do them! Be sure to campaign and level up
        when you get double trains for leveling. Lastly, quest whenever possible. This method helps to maximize gains while reducing active
        time spent.
September 30, 2013, at 06:15 AM EST by Guinness
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Special thanks to Kateshei, Hwuaijijal, Flip, Dexter, Fiain, Mendaloth, Ylar, Grimmjo, Asterax, Alcor, Tyebald, Redryn, Lasher, Anaristos, Nuanse, Etzli, and Dalcia for contributing!

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Special thanks to Kateshei, Hwuaijijal, Flip, Dexter, Fiain, Mendaloth, Ylar, Grimmjo, Asterax, Alcor, Tyebald, Redryn, Lasher, Anaristos, Nuanse, Etzli, and Dalcia for contributing!


back to newbie menu
September 29, 2013, at 05:48 PM EST by Guinness
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  • Quest sit at level 1: It may seem like a good way to build up gear and obtain quest points, but if you level and campaign between quests you'll actually earn quest points between quests and in the end this will result in faster accumulation of quest points than sitting at level one to quest (which I've seen bore players so much that they just stop playing...).
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Special thanks to Kateshei, Hwuaijijal, Flip, Dexter, Fiain, Mendaloth, Ylar, Grimmjo, Asterax, Alcor, Tyebald, and Nuanse for contributing!

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Special thanks to Kateshei, Hwuaijijal, Flip, Dexter, Fiain, Mendaloth, Ylar, Grimmjo, Asterax, Alcor, Tyebald, Redryn, Lasher, Anaristos, Nuanse, Etzli, and Dalcia for contributing!

September 29, 2013, at 01:25 AM EST by Guinness
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September 29, 2013, at 01:24 AM EST by Guinness
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September 29, 2013, at 01:22 AM EST by Guinness
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Special thanks to Kateshei, Hwuaijijal, Flip, Dexter, Fiain, Mendaloth, Ylar, Grimmjo, Asterax, Alcor, Tyebald, and Nuanse for your contribution!

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Special thanks to Kateshei, Hwuaijijal, Flip, Dexter, Fiain, Mendaloth, Ylar, Grimmjo, Asterax, Alcor, Tyebald, and Nuanse for contributing!

September 29, 2013, at 01:22 AM EST by Guinness
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  • Let someone else know your character's password: Multiplaying is not allowed in Aardwolf, please check help policies2.
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  • Let someone else know your character's password: Multiplaying is not allowed in Aardwolf, please check help policies2.

  • Spam a social or tell or command on a channel: If you enter the same thing over and over the game will automatically cause you to lose access to your channels for a number of minutes.


Special thanks to Kateshei, Hwuaijijal, Flip, Dexter, Fiain, Mendaloth, Ylar, Grimmjo, Asterax, Alcor, Tyebald, and Nuanse for your contribution!

September 29, 2013, at 01:11 AM EST by Guinness
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  • Let someone else know your character's password: Multiplaying is not allowed in Aardwolf, please check help policies2.
September 29, 2013, at 12:54 AM EST by Guinness
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Veteran Aardwolf Players got together and compiled a list of mistakes they made as newbies that they hope no newbie will ever have to repeat! Below is the list, hopefully it will help :)

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Veteran Aardwolf Players got together and compiled a list of mistakes they'd made as newbies that they hope no newbie will ever have to repeat! Below is the list, hopefully it will help :)

September 29, 2013, at 12:51 AM EST by Guinness
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  • Neglect to use a rebuild on your character right before tiering: Once you have deposited your extra trains into instinct, then rebuild your character before you tier. Once you do this, you can deposit your extra trains into hp/mana/or moves in order to make your character stronger for the future (pre-rebuild trains can be put into instinct and should be put there instead of hp, whereas post-rebuild trains can't be put into instinct and therefore should just go to hp).
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  • Neglect to use a rebuild on your character right before tiering: Once you have deposited your extra trains into instinct, then rebuild your character before you tier. Once you do this, you can deposit your extra trains into your hit points in order to make your character stronger for the future (pre-rebuild trains can be put into instinct and should be put there instead of hp, whereas post-rebuild trains can't be put into instinct and therefore should just go to hp).
September 29, 2013, at 12:48 AM EST by Guinness
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  • Neglect to use a rebuild on your character right before tiering: Once you have deposited your extra trains into instinct, then rebuild your character before you tier. Once you do this, you can deposit your extra trains into hp/mana/or moves in order to make your character stronger for the future.
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  • Neglect to use a rebuild on your character right before tiering: Once you have deposited your extra trains into instinct, then rebuild your character before you tier. Once you do this, you can deposit your extra trains into hp/mana/or moves in order to make your character stronger for the future (pre-rebuild trains can be put into instinct and should be put there instead of hp, whereas post-rebuild trains can't be put into instinct and therefore should just go to hp).
September 29, 2013, at 12:27 AM EST by Guinness
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  • Recreate your character without first asking for advice: If you just started playing it's not a really big deal to recreate, but if you've accumulated a sizable number of quest points you need to remember that you will lose EVERYTHING but your character name when you recreate. Try asking more experienced players what they would do in your situation, recreating is really a last resort.
September 29, 2013, at 12:21 AM EST by Guinness
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  • Sell your aard equipment that you don't need back to the questor: Always rauction your aard weapons you want to get rid of, even if you think they were a bad choice or are a strange level. You will usually get at least the same amount as if you would have sold them to the questor and you might even get lucky and get (much) more.
September 29, 2013, at 12:14 AM EST by Guinness
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  • Lose your academy graduation medal: Wear this all the time, it has extra stats! It's very helpful! It has it's own wear location, and you can keep the same one for forever. If you lose it, in order to get a new one, you need to contact an imm and pay five trivia points.
September 29, 2013, at 12:10 AM EST by Guinness
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  • Use trivia points in order to retrieve your corpse (or pray for corpse): It may seem daunting to ask for help from another player, but there are lots of players who if they see someone ask for help with a corpse retrieval on newbie channel, or question and answer channel, who will be happy to help. It's a fun way for experienced players to interact with new players and often you'll get a few tips on grouping and navigating the area you happened to die in. Check help cr for more complete instructions.
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  • Use trivia points in order to retrieve your corpse (or pray for corpse): It may seem daunting to ask for help from another player, but there are lots of players who if they see someone ask for help with a corpse retrieval on newbie channel, or question and answer channel, who will be happy to help. It's a fun way for experienced players to interact with new players and often you'll get a few tips on grouping and navigating the area you happened to die in. Check help cr for more complete instructions.
September 29, 2013, at 12:08 AM EST by Guinness
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  • Use trivia points in order to retrieve your corpse (or pray for corpse): It may seem daunting to ask for help from another player, but there are lots of players who if they see someone ask for help with a corpse retrieval on newbie channel, or question and answer channel, who will be happy to help. It's a fun way for experienced players to interact with new players and often you'll get a few tips on grouping and navigating the area you happened to die in.
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  • Use trivia points in order to retrieve your corpse (or pray for corpse): It may seem daunting to ask for help from another player, but there are lots of players who if they see someone ask for help with a corpse retrieval on newbie channel, or question and answer channel, who will be happy to help. It's a fun way for experienced players to interact with new players and often you'll get a few tips on grouping and navigating the area you happened to die in. Check help cr for more complete instructions.
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September 28, 2013, at 11:46 PM EST by Guinness
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  • Use trivia points in order to retrieve your corpse: It may seem daunting to ask for help from another player, but there are lots of players who if they see someone ask for help with a corpse retrieval on newbie channel, or question and answer channel, who will be happy to help. It's a fun way for experienced players to interact with new players and often you'll get a few tips on grouping and navigating the area you happened to die in.
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  • Use trivia points in order to retrieve your corpse (or pray for corpse): It may seem daunting to ask for help from another player, but there are lots of players who if they see someone ask for help with a corpse retrieval on newbie channel, or question and answer channel, who will be happy to help. It's a fun way for experienced players to interact with new players and often you'll get a few tips on grouping and navigating the area you happened to die in.
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September 28, 2013, at 11:42 PM EST by Guinness
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  • Skip past a section of the academy: If you skip parts of the Aylorian Academy, you will not receive the rewards. You could easily miss out on receiving the academy fundraising leaflet, which you would otherwise auction in order for experienced players to bid on, then hopefully attain a small pile of gold for yourself.
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  • Skip directly to the quizzes in the Academy: If you skip parts of the Aylorian Academy, you will not receive the rewards. You could easily miss out on receiving the academy fundraising leaflet, which you would otherwise auction in order for experienced players to bid on, then hopefully attain a small pile of gold for yourself.
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September 28, 2013, at 11:39 PM EST by Guinness
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  • Ask a question before searching for a help file: 99% the time the help file will answer your question more completely and accurately than a player will if you ask the question on a channel. If you can't find your question, try help search <keyword>.
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  • Ask a question before searching for a help file: 99% the time the help file will answer your question more completely and accurately than a player will if you ask the question on a channel. If you can't find your question, try help search <keyword>.

  • Forget to ask an imm for a tier pin after tiering: The tier pin has a lot of extra stats upon it, if you don't get yourself one, you are missing out on free stats! Type who imm and send a visible imm a tell asking for a tier pin. If no imm is visible, simply post a note in the upgrade forum with your request.
September 28, 2013, at 11:32 PM EST by Guinness
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  • Ask a question before searching for a help file: 99% the time it answers your question more completely and accurately than a player will if you ask the question on a channel. If you can't find your question, try help search <keyword>.
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  • Ask a question before searching for a help file: 99% the time the help file will answer your question more completely and accurately than a player will if you ask the question on a channel. If you can't find your question, try help search <keyword>.
September 28, 2013, at 11:32 PM EST by Guinness
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  • Decide you are too inexperienced to join global quests: Each mob you successfully kill for the global quest wins you three quest points and equips you with invaluable knowledge about what mobs you will find in future global quests. If the player who wins the global quest does so quickly enough, you will even have three extra minutes to hunt for mobs, so it is totally worth it to join! And remember, everyone starts out with 0 global quest wins!
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  • Decide you are too inexperienced to join global quests: Each mob you successfully kill for the global quest wins you three quest points and equips you with invaluable knowledge about what mobs you will find in future global quests. If the player who wins the global quest does so quickly enough, you will even have three extra minutes to hunt for mobs, so it is totally worth it to join! And remember, everyone starts out with 0 global quest wins!

  • Ask a question before searching for a help file: 99% the time it answers your question more completely and accurately than a player will if you ask the question on a channel. If you can't find your question, try help search <keyword>.
September 28, 2013, at 11:23 PM EST by Guinness
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  • Decide you are too inexperienced to join global quests: Each mob you successfully kill for the global quest wins you three quest points and equips you with invaluable knowledge about what mobs you will find in future global quests. Everyone starts out with 0 global quest wins!
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  • Decide you are too inexperienced to join global quests: Each mob you successfully kill for the global quest wins you three quest points and equips you with invaluable knowledge about what mobs you will find in future global quests. If the player who wins the global quest does so quickly enough, you will even have three extra minutes to hunt for mobs, so it is totally worth it to join! And remember, everyone starts out with 0 global quest wins!
September 28, 2013, at 11:21 PM EST by Guinness
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  • Give up if you can not find a room that a quest target is located in: There are enough resources here that you should be able to find the room. Try checking a map or check out a site like Gaardian's.
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  • Give up if you can not find a room that a quest target is located in: There are enough resources here that you should be able to find the room. Try checking a map or check out a site like Gaardian's.

  • Blindly bid on raided equipment: Just because that equipment was raided, does not mean that it is better than equipment from a goal or open clan shop. Be a smart shopper!

  • Purchase an enchanted item without checking which spells hit it: Were solidify, resonate, and illuminate spells cast successfully upon the object? Check the item over and make an informed purchase.

  • Decide you are too inexperienced to join global quests: Each mob you successfully kill for the global quest wins you three quest points and equips you with invaluable knowledge about what mobs you will find in future global quests. Everyone starts out with 0 global quest wins!
September 28, 2013, at 11:09 PM EST by Guinness
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  • Give up if you can not find a room that a quest target is located in: There are enough resources here that you should be able to find the room. Try checking a map or check out a site like Gaardian's.
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  • Give up if you can not find a room that a quest target is located in: There are enough resources here that you should be able to find the room. Try checking a map or check out a site like Gaardian's.
September 28, 2013, at 11:09 PM EST by Guinness
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  • Give up if you can not find a room that a quest target is located in: There are enough resources here that you should be able to find the room. Try checking a map or check out a site like Gaardian's.
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  • Give up if you can not find a room that a quest target is located in: There are enough resources here that you should be able to find the room. Try checking a map or check out a site like Gaardian's.
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  • Give up if you can not find a room that a quest target is located in: There are enough resources here that you should be able to find the room. Try checking a map or check out a site like Gaardian's.
September 28, 2013, at 11:01 PM EST by Guinness
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  • Skip past a section of the academy: If you skip parts of the Aylorian Academy, you will not receive the rewards. You could easily miss out on receiving the academy fundraising leaflet, which you would otherwise auction in order for experienced players to bid on, then hopefully attain a small pile of gold for yourself.
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  • Skip past a section of the academy: If you skip parts of the Aylorian Academy, you will not receive the rewards. You could easily miss out on receiving the academy fundraising leaflet, which you would otherwise auction in order for experienced players to bid on, then hopefully attain a small pile of gold for yourself.

  • Use daily blessing quest reset tokens as soon as you get them: Every year, Aardwolf will run an event where you can receive double the amount of quest points for each quest completed. If you save your quest reset tokens for this special time, you will double the token's worth! Another thing you can do, is wait and sell your token when this event is in the near future, whereupon you will make yourself a lot of gold per token! At this point in time, players will spend way more gold on these tokens than they are worth, so auctioning them is always a gain.

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September 28, 2013, at 10:13 PM EST by Guinness
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  • Ignore offers from high-level characters to give you a spell-up: If you ever get the chance to receive a spell-up, then take it! It won't last for too long, but it sure will add to your characters resists and stats. Just type affected to look at your list of affects before the spell-up, and then type it again after you receive a spell-up. There should be quite a difference!
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  • Ignore offers from high-level characters to give you a spell-up: If you ever get the chance to receive a spell-up, then take it! It won't last for too long, but it sure will add to your characters resists and stats. Just type affected to look at your list of affects before the spell-up, and then type it again after you receive a spell-up. There should be quite a difference!

  • Skip past a section of the academy: If you skip parts of the Aylorian Academy, you will not receive the rewards. You could easily miss out on receiving the academy fundraising leaflet, which you would otherwise auction in order for experienced players to bid on, then hopefully attain a small pile of gold for yourself.
September 28, 2013, at 10:07 PM EST by Guinness
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  • Ignore offers from high-level characters to give you a spell-up: If you ever get the chance to receive a spell-up, then take it! It won't last for too long, but it sure will add to your characters resists and stats. Just type affected to look at your list of affects before the spell-up, and then type it again after you receive a spell-up. There should be quite a difference!
September 28, 2013, at 09:58 PM EST by Guinness
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  • Drop your academy portal: When you complete Geography training, Klau will give you an Aylorian Academy Portal. All you need to do is wear it and type enter, from any room in Aardwolf (that is not flagged as a prison room), and you will be able to
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  • Drop your academy portal: When you complete Geography training, Klau will give you an Aylorian Academy Portal. All you need to do is hold the portal and then type enter, from any room in Aardwolf (that is not flagged as a prison room), and you will be returned to the first room in the Academy area, which is just one room up from recall. Quite a handy prize to earn yourself so soon after starting the game!
September 28, 2013, at 09:52 PM EST by Guinness
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  • Use trivia points in order to retrieve your corpse: It may seem daunting to ask for help from another player, but there are lots of players who if they see someone ask for help with a corpse retrieval on newbie channel, or question and answer channel, who will be happy to help. It's a fun way for experienced players to interact with new players and often you'll get a few tips on grouping and navigating the area you happened to die in.
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  • Use trivia points in order to retrieve your corpse: It may seem daunting to ask for help from another player, but there are lots of players who if they see someone ask for help with a corpse retrieval on newbie channel, or question and answer channel, who will be happy to help. It's a fun way for experienced players to interact with new players and often you'll get a few tips on grouping and navigating the area you happened to die in.

  • Drop your academy portal: When you complete Geography training, Klau will give you an Aylorian Academy Portal. All you need to do is wear it and type enter, from any room in Aardwolf (that is not flagged as a prison room), and you will be able to
September 28, 2013, at 09:38 PM EST by Guinness
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  • Use trivia points in order to retrieve your corpse: It may seem daunting to ask for help from another player, but there are lots of players who if they see someone ask for help with a corpse retrieval on newbie channel, or question and answer channel, who will be happy to help. It's a fun way for experienced players to interact with new players and often you'll get a few tips on grouping and navigating the area you happened to die in.
September 28, 2013, at 09:21 PM EST by Guinness
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  • Neglect to use your free rebuild on your character right before tiering: Once you have deposited your extra trains into instinct, then rebuild your character before you tier. Once you do this, you can deposit your extra trains into hp/mana/or moves in order to make your character stronger for the future.
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  • Neglect to use a rebuild on your character right before tiering: Once you have deposited your extra trains into instinct, then rebuild your character before you tier. Once you do this, you can deposit your extra trains into hp/mana/or moves in order to make your character stronger for the future.
September 28, 2013, at 09:12 PM EST by Guinness
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  • Neglect to use your free rebuild on your character right before tiering: Once you have deposited your extra trains into instinct, then rebuild your character before you tier. Once you do this, you can deposit your extra trains into hp/mana/or moves in order to make your character stronger for the future.
September 28, 2013, at 09:02 PM EST by Guinness
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  • Neglect to purchase enchanted equipment for your character: Maybe you use the eqsearch command and have some fairly
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  • Neglect to purchase enchanted equipment for your character: Maybe you use the eqsearch command and have some fairly good stock equipment from clans. However, you would be killing your enemies more swiftly and more resistant to their harmful attacks if you happened to invest in sets of enchanted equipment. Check the forsale forum to see if anyone is offering up their enchanting services. Listen in on the barter and gossip channels to find similar information. Every bit of enchanted gear you own will make your character more powerful and you can keep it forever! Don't try to buy everything at once, if it's too over-whelming. Save up your gold and maybe try to get one set of equipment per mort.
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  • Neglect to purchase enchanted equipment for your character: Maybe you use the eqsearch command and have some fairly
September 28, 2013, at 05:47 PM EST by Guinness
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  • Ignore portals: At first that runto the area doesn't seem so long. But as time goes on it gets more and more annoying. Eventually you may set up your portals on your client in order to make use of shortcuts or create some handy aliases. In this case, you may end up thinking to yourself, why did I not do this a long time ago?

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  • Ignore portals: At first that runto the area doesn't seem so long. But as time goes on it gets more and more annoying. Eventually you may spend a lot of time buying back portals you sold early on, then set up portals on your client in order to make use of shortcuts or create some handy aliases. In this case, you may end up thinking to yourself, why did I not do this a long time ago?

  • Ignore client shortcuts: If you are using MUSHclient, just type mapper help. You'll see a list of useful options in order to create shortcuts and make your explorations of the world a whole lot simpler. If you are confused about what to do just ask on the tech channel, it's usually quite simple to explain. Pretty much anything you may ever need to ask is answered here.

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  • Neglect to use your free rebuild on your character right before tiering: If you rebuild your character before you tier, then you can deposit your extra trains into instinct in order to make your character stronger. If you don't do this, well, clearly you are losing out.
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  • Ignore portals: At first that runto the area doesn't seem so long. But as time goes on it gets more and more annoying. Eventually you may set up your portals on your client in order to make use of shortcuts or create some handy aliases. In this case, you may end up thinking to yourself, why did I not do this a long time ago?
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  • Ignore portals: At first that runto the area doesn't seem so long. But as time goes on it gets more and more annoying. Eventually you may set up your portals on your client in order to make use of shortcuts or create some handy aliases. In this case, you may end up thinking to yourself, why did I not do this a long time ago?

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September 28, 2013, at 06:33 AM EST by Zoot
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  • Ignore portals: At first that runto the area doesn't seem so long. But as time goes on it gets more and more annoying. Eventually you may set up your portals on your client in order to make use of shortcuts or create some handy aliases. In this case, you may end up thinking to yourself, why did I not do this a long time ago?
September 28, 2013, at 06:28 AM EST by Zoot
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  • Neglect to use your free rebuild on your character right before tiering: If you rebuild your character before you tier, then you can deposit your extra trains into instinct you are building up your character. If you don't do this, well, clearly you are losing out.
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  • Neglect to use your free rebuild on your character right before tiering: If you rebuild your character before you tier, then you can deposit your extra trains into instinct in order to make your character stronger. If you don't do this, well, clearly you are losing out.
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  • Neglect to deposit extra trains into instinct before you remort: Before you runto remort remember to instinct deposit <all your extra trains> or you'll bang your head on the desk in frustration later. Maybe even make yourself an alias so that you can't get to the remort chamber before doing this.
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  • Neglect to deposit extra trains into instinct before you remort: Before you runto remort remember to instinct deposit <all your extra trains> or you'll bang your head on the desk in frustration later. Maybe even make yourself an alias so that you can't get to the remort chamber before doing this.

  • Neglect to use your free rebuild on your character right before tiering: If you rebuild your character before you tier, then you can deposit your extra trains into instinct you are building up your character. If you don't do this, well, clearly you are losing out.

September 28, 2013, at 06:20 AM EST by Zoot
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  • Neglect to deposit extra trains into instinct before you remort: Before you runto remort remember to instinct deposit <all your extra trains> or you'll bang your head on the desk in frustration later. Maybe even make yourself an alias so that you can't get to the remort chamber before doing this.
September 28, 2013, at 06:16 AM EST by Zoot
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  • Decide to never do campaigns: They're too difficult right? They take too long to complete? Think again! When your character is in the level one to fifty range, you will want to try to complete as many campaigns as possible between quests. This is a really good way to start to build up those quest points when the mobs aren't so likely to gang up on you like they will at higher levels. It's also a great way to learn areas and even scout out what it would be like to complete a global quest. If your daily blessing offers a trivia point for completing a campaign, request one. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain.
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  • Decide to never do campaigns: They're too difficult right? They take too long to complete? Think again! When your character is in the level one to fifty range, you will want to try to complete as many campaigns as possible between quests. This is a really good way to start to build up those quest points when the mobs aren't so likely to gang up on you like they will at higher levels. It's also a great way to learn areas and even scout out what it would be like to complete a global quest. If your daily blessing offers a trivia point for completing a campaign, request one. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain.

  • Run in a random direction for a really long time from a continent just to see what happens: If you end up running straight into a high-level area that isn't level-locked, you are toast.

September 28, 2013, at 06:13 AM EST by Zoot
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  • Decide to never do campaigns: They're too difficult right? They take too long to complete? Think again! When your character is in the level one to fifty range, you will want to try to complete as many campaigns as possible between quests. This is a really good way to start to build up those quest points when the mobs aren't so likely to gang up on you like they will at higher levels. It's also a great way to learn areas and even scout out what it would be like to complete a global quest. If your daily blessing offers a trivia point for completing a campaign, request one. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain.
September 28, 2013, at 06:05 AM EST by Zoot
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  • Sell your quest points in order to get trivia points: That questor is one sneaky dude. He looks like he's making you a great deal, offering to buy your quest points for a nice shiny quest point. Don't trust him! That's a horrible deal. First of all, that trivia point is not worth that many quest points, and secondly, you need your quest points way more than you need trivia points!
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  • Sell your quest points in order to get trivia points: That questor is one sneaky dude. He looks like he's making you a great deal, offering to buy your quest points for a nice shiny new trivia point. Don't trust him! That's a horrible deal. First of all, that trivia point is not worth that many quest points, and secondly, you need your quest points way more than you need trivia points!
September 28, 2013, at 06:05 AM EST by Zoot
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  • Sell your quest points in order to get trivia points: First of all, the questor is one sneaky dude. He looks like he's making you a great deal, offering to buy your quest points for a nice shiny quest point. Don't trust him! That's a horrible deal. First of all, that trivia point is not worth that many quest points, and secondly, you need your quest points way more than you need trivia points!
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  • Sell your quest points in order to get trivia points: That questor is one sneaky dude. He looks like he's making you a great deal, offering to buy your quest points for a nice shiny quest point. Don't trust him! That's a horrible deal. First of all, that trivia point is not worth that many quest points, and secondly, you need your quest points way more than you need trivia points!
September 28, 2013, at 06:04 AM EST by Zoot
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  • Buy aard equipment outside of recommended level ranges: Players who are in higher tiers might not have an issue with buying aard equipment at weird levels off of auction or rauction, but as a newbie, it is in your best interest to stick to what is recommended.
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  • Buy aard equipment outside of recommended level ranges: Players who are in higher tiers might not have an issue with buying aard equipment at weird levels off of auction or rauction, but as a newbie, it is in your best interest to stick to what is recommended.

  • Sell your quest points in order to get trivia points: First of all, the questor is one sneaky dude. He looks like he's making you a great deal, offering to buy your quest points for a nice shiny quest point. Don't trust him! That's a horrible deal. First of all, that trivia point is not worth that many quest points, and secondly, you need your quest points way more than you need trivia points!
September 28, 2013, at 05:59 AM EST by Zoot
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  • Buy aard equipment outside of recommended level ranges: Players who are in higher tiers might not have an issue with buying aard equipment at weird levels off of auction or rauction, but as a newbie, it is in your best interest to stick to what is Main.AardBuyingGuide recommended.
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  • Buy aard equipment outside of recommended level ranges: Players who are in higher tiers might not have an issue with buying aard equipment at weird levels off of auction or rauction, but as a newbie, it is in your best interest to stick to what is recommended.
September 28, 2013, at 05:59 AM EST by Zoot
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  • Buy aard equipment outside of recommended level ranges: Players who are in higher tiers might not have an issue with buying aard equipment at weird levels off of auction or rauction, but as a newbie, it is in your best interest to stick to what is recommended.
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  • Buy aard equipment outside of recommended level ranges: Players who are in higher tiers might not have an issue with buying aard equipment at weird levels off of auction or rauction, but as a newbie, it is in your best interest to stick to what is Main.AardBuyingGuide recommended.
September 28, 2013, at 05:57 AM EST by Zoot
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  • Buy aard equipment outside of recommended level ranges: Players who are in higher tiers might not have an issue with buying aard equipment at weird levels off of auction or rauction, but as a newbie, it is in your best interest to stick to what is recommended.
September 28, 2013, at 05:52 AM EST by Zoot
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  • Train hit points, mana, and moves: This really won't be necessary until you decide to sit at level 200 or 201 for a long time. Sure it seems tempting to raise your hit points in order to last longer against your foes, but it is not worth it even a little bit, concentrate on training your stats!
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  • Train hit points, mana, and moves: This really won't be necessary until you decide to sit at level 200 or 201 for a long time. Sure it seems tempting to raise your hit points in order to last longer against your foes, but it is not worth it even a little bit, concentrate on training your stats!

  • Create a character using a race that is not one of the ones suggested for your class: You'll waste extra trains trying to train your main class stats and you might even end up wasting your character's free rebuild to try to fix your error.
September 28, 2013, at 05:48 AM EST by Zoot
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  • Train HPs, mana, and moves: This really won't be necessary until you decide to sit at level 201 for a long time. Sure it seems tempting to raise your HPs in order to last longer against your foes, but it is not worth it even a little bit, concentrate on training your stats!
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  • Train hit points, mana, and moves: This really won't be necessary until you decide to sit at level 200 or 201 for a long time. Sure it seems tempting to raise your hit points in order to last longer against your foes, but it is not worth it even a little bit, concentrate on training your stats!
September 28, 2013, at 05:44 AM EST by Zoot
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  • Train HPs, mana, and moves: This really won't be necessary until you decide to sit at level 201 for a long time. Sure it seems tempting to raise your HPs in order to last longer against your foes, but it is not worth it even a little bit, concentrate on training your stats!
September 28, 2013, at 05:41 AM EST by Zoot
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  • Drop your academy fundraising leaflet: Dropping this would be a really bad idea because if you auction it, players like to help out newbies by bidding on them in order to get you a bit of gold to get your character up and running.
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  • Drop your academy fundraising leaflet: Dropping this would be a really bad idea because if you auction it, players like to help out newbies by bidding on these leaflets. The amount of gold you receive should be useful in getting your character off to a good start.
September 28, 2013, at 05:39 AM EST by Zoot
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  • Drop your academy fundraising leaflet; Dropping this would be a really bad idea because if you auction it, players like to help out newbies by bidding on them in order to get you a bit of gold to get your character up and running.
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  • Drop your academy fundraising leaflet: Dropping this would be a really bad idea because if you auction it, players like to help out newbies by bidding on them in order to get you a bit of gold to get your character up and running.
September 28, 2013, at 05:39 AM EST by Zoot
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  • Drop your academy fundraising leaflet; Dropping this would be a really bad idea because if you auction it, players like to help out newbies by bidding on them in order to get you a bit of gold to get your character up and running.
September 28, 2013, at 02:31 AM EST by admin
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A List of Things to NOT Do in Aardwolf:

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A List of Things to NOT do in Aardwolf:

September 28, 2013, at 02:30 AM EST by admin
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A list of Things to NOT do:

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A List of Things to NOT Do in Aardwolf:

September 28, 2013, at 02:30 AM EST by admin
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Veteran Aardwolf Players got together and compiled a list of mistakes they made as newbies that they hope no newbie will ever have to repeat! Here is the list, hopefully it will help:

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Veteran Aardwolf Players got together and compiled a list of mistakes they made as newbies that they hope no newbie will ever have to repeat! Below is the list, hopefully it will help :)

A list of Things to NOT do:

September 28, 2013, at 02:28 AM EST by admin
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Veteran Aardwolf Players got together and compiled a list of mistakes they made as newbies that they hope no newbie will ever have to repeat! Here is the list, hopefully it will help: