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  1. Rhi; Hmmmm. I don't know. I don't think so? You've put the suggestion in the right spot, though.
  2. OK, GC: "1. Mostly complaints and horror stories from second years happy to have a impressionable audience. The most frequently told tale would’ve been that of the entire first-year class, three years before, who had given detention on the second day of studies and forced to trim a good chunk of the Morvidus green with fingernail clippers. (Someone had pranked Storey and the kids had refused to divulge the prankster’s identity.)" Schwarbart: "2. [Redacted]"
  3. Metis; For you: "It's not common, but it's happened plenty of times over the centuries. In fact, a big part of why student access to the Imperial Reserve is restricted is the most notorious cause for spontaneous departure: Satyric abduction (though the Satyrs themselves would say it was Satyric fellowship). Roughly every twenty or thirty years (most recently in 1644) an older student will fall in with one of the great Satyric revels and adopt the lifestyle - sometimes they're encountered again years later, in many cases as powerful wizards in their own right, and sometimes they just vanish into the wild. Somehow, the Satyrs and/or something else in the Reserve tend to block any Astrological attempts to track the kids down. Other students have cracked under the pressure of their studies, usually compounded by hostile relationships with their Regents, and still others have stumbled into magical opportunities or disasters that didn't allow for bureaucratic niceties. One rather famous example of the latter: in 1483, a Hedi student named Conselo Jax discovered a homeless woman who was actually the partially Mastered Countess of Breuve; he freed her from her state on a Monday night and ten days later was the flag-carrier on her campaign to retake her homeland, his face hidden behind a mask of rubies and alabaster. The school had no idea where Conselo was until about six months later, when it came out that he had been adopted as the countess's heir, had changed his name to Selus de Breuve, and had taken up residence at the Floating Court on the river Bres." GC and Schwarzbart, I just sent yours- I missed them the first time.
  4. S; They've gotten pretty good feedback, I'd say. More to come in the Beta, I bet.
  5. Rhi; Well, yes, a Conflict can be won or lost, and can have Success/Fail Exits.
  6. v_L; There's a good amount of feedback from the Alpha the Team's addressing, which is what I think they meant. May of this year? But we better see how the next couple of Alphas go.
  7. Thanks. The Team is focused on other areas of Academagia right now, but I'll toss them the save file. Sounds like some kind of doubling occurred, but I can't see how.
  8. rodman; Ooooh, boy. You'd have to use the Steam client to get the update, and we closed off the upgrades some time ago. You might try reaching out to academagia at gmail.com, maybe they still have some codes left? Never hurts to try.
  9. S; Was just thinking the same thing.
  10. Jonathan; On the face of it, I think we've only seen this issue when there are competing entries in the DB. If you haven't already, you might try clearing (rebuilding) the cache- this may get you back into your game.
  11. Jonathan; Hey there! Echoing Schwarzbart, are you using only 1 of the official DLC?
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