I've been introduced to memrise.com from Cheapshot, and it's one of the most amazing study/learning tools for a language that I've ever used. I learned hiragana and katakana in a couple weeks, which is astounding considering the time it usually takes me to learn something language-based.
As of yesterday, I started creating a study course with Memrise to help people study the words needed to pass the first JP test on the server. The course is not completed yet, but it should be finished in the next few days. Additionally, once this is complete, I'll start on a class for the next rank (JP2)
OK so after a hot debate by the judges we have chosen the winners of the March competition! All entries were amazing, but there can only be one, I mean THREE winners!
All winners get a plot of land at spawn and the chance to change the colour of their [JP1]/[EN1] prefix. Please let us know in game or as a reply here.
Best abode/dwelling (most hotly debated prize) Brian McCubbin (Brian9312)
Well done to all those that took part in last month's contest. I was surprised at the quality of your houses and language ability. Winners will be announced in game shortly!!
Go check out the entries at /warp event.
So, for April's event, we want you think BIG!
The challenge Build a Japanese inspired building. Below are some ideas to get you started:
Hey guys, I decided to go on an exploration to the east and try to find a new continent. After quite a long journey, I found one, which I decided to name Thornholt. I explored the north-western borders as well as some of the eastern ones. There's a desert village to the east and a plains village to the west where you can trade with NPCs and such.