International Speedserver Event


The West Team
Community Manager
sorry guys, happy belated April 1st

Dear players,

Our next context on our international server will start today! On April 1nd at 12:00 everyone will be able to register and participate in first slow event in The West!

Time frames:

Character creation: April 1st 2022 from 12:00 to 12:01 moon time zone.

Even start: April 1st 2022 12:00 moon time zone

Event end: April 1st 2023 22:00 moon time zone

Winners will be announced on July 4rd 2024 at 12:00 moon time zone

Server settings:

Speed: 1% (on normal servers speed is 100%)

Work time will be increased to:

  • 15s jobs to 1 hours
  • 10 minutes jobs to 12 hours
  • 1 hours jobs to 24 hours
Build time will be increased to:

  • 15 minutes build to 14 hours
  • 30 minutes build to 18 hours
  • 1 hour build to 24 hours
Premium settings: all features will be available

Work points: Your character needs 200 more points than normally example: on normal servers you need at least 21 work points to unlock job "mow pasture", during the event 221 will be necessary. Unlocking jobs with certain levels will not be possible.

Town build time: 7 days (168 hours)


1st, 2nd and 3rd place in experience ranking → grained experience will be deducted from your main account + broken clay jug + maybe 1 or 2 nuggets

1st, 2nd and 3rd place in duel ranking → won duels will be deducted from your main account + club with nail + a few bonds depending of the weather outside (max 3 UPB)

1st, 2nd and 3rd place in construction raking → level ups from speed server will be deducted from your main account +red headband + a lot of dollars ($14)

1st, 2nd and 3rd place in crafting ranking → your crafting points on all your characters will be deleted, you have to start from the beginning + grey ragged shoes + extra experience for your character (11 experience points)

We hope you enjoy these carefully balanced slow server with amazing rewards!

If you want to share your feedback with us, please use a different forum or something. We don't know. Or perhaps use this thread.
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