Sadly its hard to get away with playing UO during work hours... HOWEVER... looking at code and working on the server actually looks like i'm doing something work related!Me thinks Finaltwist should just try playing a bit more... you never know what you might find if you actually get in there and enjoy whats there - maybe even including ways to lose some coin.
Lately, I have been bravely just drinking from any magic pool I find without taking precautions. Although everything is random, I do get the coins to lead effect most often it seems...or it annoys me the most.Me thinks Finaltwist should just try playing a bit more... you never know what you might find if you actually get in there and enjoy whats there - maybe even including ways to lose some coin.
Hey Djeryv,@ubentobox try my installation of ClassicUO. You can get the entire client and ClassicUO in this link below. This link may disappear at any time, as I am just doing you a favor to check it out and see how it runs for you. I personally love it and it breathes new life into UO (especially with things like zoom in and out and setting your screen size in-game.
Set-ExecutionPolicy Bypass -Scope Process -Force; iex ((New-Object System.Net.WebClient).DownloadString( 'https://raw.githubusercontent.com/markdwags/Razor/master/InstallClassicUOAndRazor-NoDefaults.ps1'))
All you have to do is change the IP address of your brothers client. If memory serves its the uo.cfg file in the main client. the ip should point to your IP (internal if its within a network).Hey Djeryv. First of all, thank you for your work. I've been playing UO since forever (a trait shared by almost everyone here, I'm sure), but I must say the depth, immersion, danger and grind of Odyssey has been an entirely superior and different experience.
I'd love to co-op Odyssey with my little brother, however I have absolutely no experience in RunUo or ServUO. I've tried to find tutorials on this site . Could you point me towards a step-by-step guide that will help me run a LAN server for Odyssey (probably over Hamachi), or give me a short guide yourself? Thank you.