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Welcome to Alveron

Alveron is a PVE server for Wurm Unlimited with 1x Skill gain and 1x Action timers. The server is lightly modded so as to round out the rough edges that Wurm Unlimited has inherited from Wurm Online, such as how silver enters the game. Alveron uses a detailed 4k map with a variety of different forest regions, plains, mountains, expansive deserts, swamps, islands and ice sheets. Alveron features a storyline covering the history of the realm and its five distinct regions, all ruled by the High King. Players, their settlements and their exploits will optionally be worked into the story of Alveron.

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Torches for the Road: 17 November - 1 December

With winter rapidly approaching, pilgrims journeying across Alveron face perilous risks from encroaching ice and darkness. The Senuthesian Monks require supplies to aid these pilgrims. To this end, Monks are purchasing torches to light the way through winter for their pilgrims.

A Senuthesian Monk located at Settlers Step will accept up to 198 torches made from wooden shafts, and pay 2 copper per torch.

Meditation Skillgain Rate Increase: 11 November

Wurm Unlimited uses a different skillgain formula from that used in Wurm Online. For most skills, this leads to comparable results. However, for meditation, it leads to substantially lower skillgain per action. Furthermore, meditation skillgain is capped at 5 times per day. This caused meditation skillgain to be extremely slow, to the point of breaking the functionality of meditation.

To bring meditation skillgains in-line with vanilla Wurm skillgains, we have multiplied the skill gained in meditation by 10x. This does not affect characteristic gain from meditation. We will continue to monitor how fast players progress in meditation to ensure that progression in meditation occurs at an appropriate rate.

Halloween Event: 19 October - 8 November

A Blacklight Envoy has arrived at settler's step to instruct adventurers on a treasure that has been scattered across Alveron. Talk to him for all the details.

This mission pushes Wurm Unlimited's relatively primitive mission system. In the unlikely event that you encounter bugs with being able to repeat parts of the mission, or being unable to progress when you should be able to, do not hesitate to ping a GM on the discord and report it.

Emergency Amphora Request: 24 September - 8 October

Hippalus, a Byazanian merchant, planned to export wine from Senuthesia to Byazania through the Byazanian Import Company docks. Unfortunately, the regional custom of Senuthesia is to store wine in barrels, whereas ports in Byazania process and tax them by the amphorae. If he showed up at a Byazanian port with his current cargo, he wouldn't be permitted to unload any of it. He urgently needs enough amphorae to transfer the wine. Hippalus can fire the amphorae at the site, so he just wants the unfired clay amphora.

Hippalus, located at the Byazanian Import Company in southern Senuthesia, will accept up to 198 small clay amphora, and pay 2 copper per small clay amphora.

Rebuilding of Denethak: 31 August - 14 September

Queen Amytis is investing much of the limited treasury of the newly liberated Kingdom of Denethak into repairing damage from the war. However, not content with merely importing construction materials for repairs, the Queen intends to train a new generation of masons. They can they go on to repair damaged fortifications and construct new defences along the vulnerable borders of the new Kingdom.

The Quartermaster, located by a guard tower at a crossroads south of the Free City of Walnut Bay, will accept up to 198 stone chisels from each player, and pay 2 copper per stone chisel.

Norothi Rangers request War Arrows: 12 August - 26 August

The Norothi Outpost has proven to be a secure base from which the Norothi Rangers can operate from. However, this small group of Knights that specialize in hunting beasts on the tundra have ran into difficulties supplying themselves with arrows in a Kingdom with such meagre experience with archery.

The Norothi Ranger at the outpost will accept up to 198 war arrows from each player, and pay 2 copper per war arrow. You can also deliver war arrows to a ranger stationed at settler's step, who will also deliver any collected war arrows to the rangers.

Norothi Outpost Secure: 16 July

Construction of the main keep of the Norothi Outpost has now been completed. In addition to the safety offered by these walls, a trader has moved to the keep to supply goods to those few travellers who brave the hostile conditions of the north.

Norothi Outpost requests Medical Supplies: 03 June - 21 June

Construction has progressed on the Norothi Outpost, just in time it seems. A group of Norothi Knights who were tasked with patrolling the far-north report being attacked by a huge monster, different entirely from the rift beasts, and far stronger. Many of the group's survivors, who have retreated to the outpost, are badly wounded. The need for medical supplies at the outpost has now been realised, and thus a call has went out for medical supplies.

The Norothi Surgeon at the outpost will accept up to 198 healing covers from each player, and pay 2 copper per healing cover. You can also deliver healing covers to the Surgeon through the Senuthesian Monk at settler's step, who will ensure that the supplies reach the outpost.

Norothi Outpost requests Construction Materials: 21 May - 21 June

With the arival of the mysterious Rift Beasts in the frozen north, the Norothi Knights have sought to construct a fort in a strategic position to hold off possible attacks from Rift Beasts. Construction workers at the site of the fort have become penned in by the hazards of the selected site, and are requesting delivery of construction materials from whoever can reach them. The site is located along the northern coast of Norothi, where the tundra gives way to barren snow, near a beach. While the construction site itself is secure, the surrounding area is extremely hostile.

Construction workers at the site will accept the following deliveries:

The Carpenter will accept up to 198 wooden beams from each player, and pay 1 copper per beam.

The Bricklayer will accept up to 198 pottery bricks from each player, and pay 1 copper per brick.

The Blacksmith will accept up to 198 iron fence bars from each player, and pay 2 copper per set of bars.

Rumours of Sightings of Mysterious Animals: 25 April

As winter comes to a close and the warmer days of spring and summer set in, ships once again travel the northern seas above Gallonia and Norothi. Lesser travelled than other seas due to the lack of major northern ports, most sailors in these regions brave the harsh conditions in the hopes of harvesting from rich, previously unexploited fisheries.

It is not unusual for sailors to report weird sightings in these waters. The mist, rain, snow and solitude can do things to one's imaginations. However, these latest sightings are different. Multiple crews have pulled into Coerthas, Lightspring Harbour, and other northern settlements reporting the appearance of mysterious animals prowling the snowy shores of the far north. Reluctance to approach the animals, both for risk of capsizing and at risk of attracting the attention of the animals, means no further details about their appearance is available.

While it is likely to be nothing more than another unusual tale spread by sailors looking to relieve their boredom during their voyages, with pilgrimage season approaching for followers of the White Light who intend to make their way to the shrine, it is likely this particular tale will attract a few curious travellers