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  • Re: Maximilian Jamez Ripher Skin

    The only way to get the skin was to be a subscriber to the RT monthly subscription box. It was a promotion created for that specific program. The boxes went out to subscribers last week.
  • Re: An announcement on OMD!U European Publishing

    Yes, the servers will be down from March 14-21 while we prepare everything for the patch and the migration. That's your unofficial announcement. :)
  • An announcement on OMD!U European Publishing

    Oh, Hello.

    We’ve been pretty busy over here on Orcs Must Die! Unchained. Temper is finally back in the game, and we’re working on a ton of polish these days. It’s been a long road to get here, but we’ve got our best days ahead of us. With that in mind, I wanted to let you know about some big changes coming up.

    Our European publisher, Gameforge, has been a valuable and supportive partner over the last 3+ years. After careful consideration, we have made the joint decision to combine the European and North American players under the single Robot Entertainment banner. This means that Robot Entertainment will be taking over the publishing and support for all of our players and that we can finally give our community one of their biggest requests – a single account system so you can play with your friends from anywhere in North America and Europe.

    But how is this going to work? On March 21st, Gameforge will be emailing each of its OMDU players a unique migration code. Those players will be able to use that unique code to migrate their Gameforge account data to a Robot Entertainment account. More details can be found in the FAQ at the bottom of this post.

    We look forward to getting to know the EU community and making sure that they are as close to us here at Robot Entertainment as the rest of the community has become.


    Chris Rippy
    VP of Production
    Robot Entertainment


    Q. How do I migrate my account?
    A. The procedure below applies to Gameforge users, Gameforge Portal users and Steam users.

    1. You will receive an email containing a migration code on March 21st, 2017.
    2. Register a new account at!/en/migrate (not yet active) using this code.
    3. When registering, you will need to enter your unique code and the tool will then migrate your Gameforge account game progress to your new Robot Entertainment account.
    4. If your name is already in use, you will have to pick a new one.

    Q. Where will Gameforge be sending the codes?
    A. Migration codes will be sent to the email address that is associated with your Gameforge Orcs Must Die! Unchained account. Please make sure that this information is up to date. Without your code, you will not be able to migrate your accounts.

    Q. When should I expect to get my code by email?
    A. Emails containing your account migration codes will be sent out on March 21st.

    Q. Can I migrate my account to Robot Entertainment before this time?
    A. No. Migration will first be opened on March 21st, 2017.

    Q. Will I need to create a new OMDU account?
    A. You will need to have a Robot Entertainment account. Your migration code email will contain a link to a setup tool on that will help walk you through the process of creating a Robot Entertainment account if you do not already have one.

    Q. Can I keep my username?
    A. Since you are migrating to a server with an existing user population, you will not be able to keep your username if someone else has already taken it. You will need to enter your username when registering a new account with Robot Entertainment.

    Q. Will I keep all of my in-game progress and purchases?
    A. Yes. Your Gameforge account details will be migrated to your Robot Entertainment account. Anything that is stackable – traps and consumables – will be added to whatever is already on your Robot Entertainment account, if anything.

    Q. What if I have already played and made progress in my existing Robot Entertainment account?
    A. Anything not stackable will be assigned to your account according to whichever value is higher. For example, if you have a level 7 Robot Entertainment account and a level 40 Gameforge account, the resulting account after the migration will be a level 40 account. Here’s a full list of what is included in this category:

    • Trap tier
    • Account Level
    • Starred Maps and Unlocked Buckets
    • High scores and leaderboard progress
    • Heroes and Skins
    • Dyes
    You will not carry over any friends, guilds, or guild status.

    Q. What about my trap parts?
    A. You will get all of your trap parts. If you have slotted them already, they will simply be returned to your inventory. You will need to re-slot them after the migration.

    Q. What about my gold, how will that work?
    A. Any unspent gold will be migrated and converted to the Robot Entertainment rate and added to the Robot Entertainment account.

    Q. Will my game and network performance be negatively affected?
    A. We will be maintaining EU servers for OMDU. If you are playing using matchmaking, or with region-local friends, your network performance will not be negatively affected. If you intentionally play custom matches with a friend overseas, you may experience some minor network lag depending on your network connection and internet service provider.

    Q. Will I now play with the North American players?
    A. All OMDU players will now be able to become friends and play with one another. There will be a single Robot Entertainment account system.

    Q. Will the EU and NA communities continue to be separate?
    A. We are still working out the specifics, but we fully intend to maintain EU and NA communities on the Orcs Must Die! website. Our goal is to foster one big, happy OMDU community as much as we can while still making sure we pay specific attention to regional communities.

    Q. When will the Gameforge EU servers close?
    A. The Gameforge EU service will remain live until March 14th, 2017. From that day on, the Gameforge EU servers will be shut down. You will be able to migrate your account from March 21st, 2017 onwards. You can find more information about the migration process in Question 1 of the FAQ and/or the instruction e-mail that Gameforge sends on March 21st.

    Q. Can I access all services until then?
    A. Gameforge’s Support system and forums will remain active until April 30th, 2017.

    Q. How long do I have to migrate my account?
    A. Players will have until September 30th, 2017 to initiate the migration of their account to the Robot Entertainment servers. After that date, no data can be migrated over.



  • Re: Release 1.8 - Patch Notes

    Other Update Information:
    • The Endless Leaderboards will be reset with this update.
    • Matchmade games will no longer launch with one player. They will only launch with 2+ players.

    Known Issues:

    • Achievements are not activating in Steam. You can monitor the achievements you earn in-game, but they are currently not activating in Steam.
    • Overachiever trait is designed to provide a full level at the start of each match, however it is currently only providing a full level in a 3-player team. When playing in a 2-player team or solo, the trait will not provide a full level at the start of a match. This will be resolved in a future update.
    • Smolder's Incinerate skill has an incorrect description. It currently states that it deals 10% max health, but it does straight damage. The incorrect text will be resolved with the next update.
    • Web Spinner trap cannot be sold once placed. Choose wisely. We're working on getting this fixed ASAP.
    • Grinder trap appears to be continuously jammed (spitting out gibs). This is a visual problem, not a functional one. Grind away! We are working on getting this fixed as well.
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  • Release 1.8 - Patch Notes

    Release 1.8 – Patch Notes

    Available February 21, 2017


    New Hero: Temper

    Often surprised by his own anger, this usually mild-mannered minotaur blacksmith now focuses his fiery anger towards defeating the Unchained. One day, he hopes to return to his dwarven family and his home.

    Generating rage instead of mana, Temper charges into battle dealing explosive fire damage. He also aggroes enemies, hammering them into submission.

    Developer Comment: Rage is a new resource in OMD!U. Like mana, it is used to fuel abilities, but unlike mana, it is generated by damaging enemies and decays when heroes are out of combat. For Temper, we feel that rage more accurately fits our portrayal of him as a misunderstood minotaur who is trying to refocus his anger issues into something more positive--defeating the Unchained.


    • Swing! Punch! Smash! (LMB): If used in quick succession, Temper anvil punches, swings his hammer, and delivers an uppercut, building his rage.
    • Exploding Hammer (RMB): Temper throws his hammer. On impact, it knocks back and damages enemies over time in its radius.
    • Happy Place (Q): Temper soothes himself, converting rage into health and a movement speed boost. Attacking cancels ability.
    • Hammer Slam (E): Temper brings both weapons down in front of him, setting the surrounding area on fire.
    • Bull Rush (Shift): Temper charges forward, knocking back enemies in his path.
    • Rage of the Forge (Passive): Temper gains strength as he builds rage, exploding at max rage and damaging and knocking back enemies.



    New Battleground: Orcatraz

    Orcatraz is an infamous Unchained prison filled with vile Order miscreants that can barely be contained. Help the Unchained quell the riots there and stop them from escaping.



    New Battleground: Orcri-La

    The orcs worshipping at Orcri-La have an odd tradition: they use boulder chutes to sacrifice unbelievers. Use the boulders to keep Order interlopers out and bring your own priest to guard the temple's rift!


    New Endless Maps

    • Baths (1-10)
    • Throne Room (11-25)
    • Crogon Keep (46-75)
    • The Wall (76-100)


    New Features: OMD!U and Steam Achievements

    We have implemented a new achievement system that allows players to accomplish set goals in OMD!U. Some of these achievements are easy to accomplish, but some will take some time. We've made them as fun and easy to track as possible--they also count as Steam achievements! Find them on the profile page and see if you can complete them all!


    Hero Rework: Stinkeye

    We’ve received lots of feedback on Stinkeye’s new design and we decided to makes some sweeping changes. The new design is more active than before patch 1.6, but less complicated and overwhelming than he is currently. We believe we have found a happy medium. Below are the skills that have changed or have returned to their prior functionality.

    • Arcane Anomaly (RMB): Conjures an orb of arcane energy that charges and then detonates, dealing arcane damage in a radius.  
    • Zephyr of Oasis (E): Summons a totem that increases the movement speed of allies and slows the movement speed of enemies. May be attacked to destroy the totem and stun nearby enemies for 3 seconds.  Note: The size of the totem has been increased significantly.
    • Wrath of Oasis (Q): Summons a totem that shoots nearby enemies. When shot with Prestidigitized Projectile, the totem shoots 3 projectiles at nearby enemies. Lasts 20 seconds. Note: The size of the totem has been increased significantly.
    • Shaman’s Blessing (Passive): After a totem expires, a mana orb appears at the totem’s previous location.

    Stinkeye Weaver changes:

    • Reduced Totem Testament's additional projectiles to +1 (from +2).
    • Reworked Booming Benediction. It now replaces mana orbs that drop from totems with Tears of Oasis, which provide the benefit of three drops (Unchained, mana, and health) combined.
    • Reduced Arcane Awe’s stun duration to 1s (from 3s).



    • Added the ability to skip the Prologue.
    • Updated prologue to better communicate game mechanics.
    Developer Comment: We received feedback from veterans that the prologue is unnecessary, but players new to OMD!U have expressed a desire that the prologue should better explain what players should be doing. In order to satisfy feedback from both demographics, we have made the prologue clearer while allowing players to skip it.


    • Improved load times for many users.
    • Made rare cards easier to acquire, but increased the number of cards required to upgrade common traps.
    • Increased skull cost for tier 6 and 7 trap upgrades.


    • Added new quests.


    • Fixed a bug that made players unable to purchase heroes in the workshop.
    • Fixed a bug preventing players from having two active party invites.
    • Added functionality: Players can now navigate the entire dashboard while in a party. In addition, players can now see what the party leader is viewing, and the party leader can see whether or not teammates have beaten or obtained stars on maps.
      Developer Comment: We have received feedback regarding the inability to browse the play screen when not a party leader. These new changes should aid players who need to communicate and browse battlegrounds while in parties.
    • Merged all chat windows into one. Chat windows will also display notifications when players receive a direct message.
    • Added additional alerts when trap upgrades are available.
    • Added an option to disable the low-health sound and screen effects.
    • Changed the low-health sound and screen effects to trigger at a lower threshold for tank-like heroes.
    • Removed character voice distortion from low health sound effect.
      Developer Comment: We have decided to make the low-health sound and visual effects less prominent, less common, and have added a way to disable it. However, we wanted to avoid toning it down because many players feel their heroes die because they do not know their health is low.
    • Added functionality to loadout editor: Loadout changes made during hero select will now always be saved.

    General Difficulty:

    •  Reduced the difficulty of: Training Grounds (War Mage), Eventide Stables (War Mage), Restricted Section (War Mage), Falling Folly (Master), and Gates of Thuricvod (Rift Lord).
    • Increased the difficulty of: Eventide Ramparts (Warmage), Cliffside Clash (Master), Avalanche (Master), The Baths (Rift Lord), Frostbite (Rift Lord), Banquet Hall (Rift Lord), and Highlands (Rift Lord)
    • Updated par times to be easier in early challenges and more difficult in later ones.
    • Adjusted hero damage so that they deal slightly less damage when they play a battleground that is higher than the player's account level.
    • Fixed a bug that occasionally caused consumables to not be consumed when used.
    • Reworked minions so that attacks on guardians no longer cause collateral damage to barricades.
    • Lowered the attack range of several melee minions and improved the timing of their attack animations. This should reduce the feeling of being struck out of the blue.

    Guardian Reworks:

    • Rumrudder Guardian: When placed at home, all attacks cause his enemies to bleed. Scurvy Rumrudder attacks enemies at range with his parrot, which immobilizes them. Enemies that die near him in his Plunder aura have an increased chance to drop “booty" (health potions, mana potions, coin, or Unchained drops).
    • Deckhand Guardian: When placed at home, this guardian’s attacks supply 4 combo points. Kills within the deckhand's Swashbuckling aura increase allies' Unchained meters by 3.
    • Jailer Guardian: When placed at home, the Jailer has significantly increased damage, and his melee attacks have a chance to instantly execute enemies. While in combat, his Soul Shackle aura adds 20% lifesteal to allies' primary attacks.
    • Friar Guardian: When placed at home, his primary attacks deal arcane damage. His area attacks mesmerize enemies, and while in combat, his Wiftmaker's Bwessing (no, that's not a typo) aura grants bonus arcane damage to allies' primary attacks.
    • Priest Guardian: When placed at home, his attacks instantly freeze enemies. Players within range of the Priest's Stirring Benediction are granted increased mana regeneration whether the Priest is in combat or out.
    • Stablehand Guardian: When placed at home, his melee and ranged attacks slow enemies. His area attacks deal much higher than normal damage, and players within range of the Stablehand's Hoedown aura are granted a movement speed boost that lingers for 10 seconds outside the aura.
    • Quartermaster Guardian: When placed at home, all of his attacks lower the damage of enemies by 50%. While in combat, the Quartermaster provides a 50% damage bonus to allies within his Morale Boost aura.


    • Gnomish Repair Kit: Increased cooldown to 1.5 seconds (from 1).
    • Mage’s Picnic: Increased mana regeneration to 12 (from 9) and reduced its cooldown to 60 (from 90).

    Trap Parts:

    • Rental Parts: Increased its duration to 2 waves from 1 minute.
      Developer Comment: This change makes the part more useful but harder to abuse.
    • Revenge Rune: Reworked to properly function with summoned retainers, but a 300 second cooldown goes into effect when triggered.
      Developer Comment: Most traps are permanently destroyed when killed, so this cooldown currently only applies to summoned retainers.
    • Reusable Shielding: Reworked to properly function with summoned retainers, but a 300 second cooldown goes into effect when triggered.
      Developer Comment: Most traps are permanently destroyed when killed, so this cooldown currently only applies to summoned retainers.
    • Bounty Generator: Capped bonus to 20% on any minion. Stacks linearly rather than exponentially.
      Developer Comment: This change was made to thwart exploits.
    • Combo Generator: Was missing from the loot table. It's been added.
    • Reflective Armor: Was missing from the loot table. It's been added.
    • Kinetic Reclaimer: Was missing from the loot table. It's been added.


    • Speed Pad:
      • Reduced its cost to 350 coin (from 750).
        Developer Comment: Since the removal of siege, speed pads are no longer as necessary as they once were. Because of this, we have significantly lowered its coin cost.
    • Big Game Hunter Traps:
      • Reworked to also target hunter minions./li>
      • Fixed a bug allowing these traps to deal higher than intended damage.
        Developer Comment: These traps were very powerful in siege but too pigeonholed in survival. These changes should allow the trap to have more uses while circumventing any potential exploits the trap had.
    • Healing Well and Mana Well:
      • Restores health 3x as fast./li>
      • Increased cooldown to 15 seconds (from 6 seconds).
        Developer Comment: Since the removal of siege, this trap has seen little use. These changes should allow the trap to better compete for player loadout slots.
    • Summoner Trap:
      • Lowered respawn rate to 45 seconds (from 90 seconds).
        Developer Comment: The cooldown on this trap was balanced for the wave timer in siege, and so it felt too weak. We have significantly lowered the respawn time so that the trap is ready for each wave.
    • Overload Trap:
      • Increased damage by 25%.
    • Swinging Mace:
      • Overhauled its impact visuals and effects.
      • Reduced the size of its hitbox.
      • InIncreased its damage by 16%.
    • Steam Vent:
      • Fixed a bug causing its trajectory to fire minions at an angle.
    • Boom Barrel:
      • Added to the Rift Lord loot tables.
    • Boom Barrel Dispenser:
      • Added to the Rift Lord loot tables.

    Hero Design:

    • Blackpaw:
      • Reduced Cutting Deep Weaver's duration bonus to 1.5 seconds (from 3 seconds).
      • Increased the health regeneration of the Feral Fitness Weaver to 1.5% (from 0.8%).
    • Cygnus:
      • Increased health by 10%.
      • Reduced cooldown of Chain Lightning to 3.5 seconds (from 4).
      • Increased the range of healing and mana regeneration of Cygnus’s Rift Shard.
      • Buffed Experienced Weaver to a 75% cast time reduction (from 25%).
      • Reduced the cooldown reduction of Silver Streak Weaver to 1 second (from 2).
        Developer Comment: Cygnus’s tier 1 chain lightning Weaver is one of the best Weaver upgrades in the game. We are pulling back on this and buffing alternative Weaver builds.
    • Hogarth:
      • SHIELD! cooldown reduced to 25 seconds from 30.
      • ANGRY! triggers upon dealing damage rather than taking damage.
      • CATCH! damage increased by 100%.
      • Fixed presentation consistency issues with the FEEL GOOD! and HIMS NOT AFRAID! icons.
        Developer Comment: We’ve heard for a while that Hogarth’s new passive conflicts with the benefit of freezing enemies, so we decided to redesign it. Before the current changes, Hogarth simultaneously needed enemies to attack him to provide passive stacks, while also being able to freeze enemies, which prevents them from attacking.  In general, this results in a pretty noticeable damage boost. We have also improved Hogarth’s ability to survive by lowering the cooldown on SHIELD!
    • Midnight:
      • Increased Hardened Killer Weaver's health regeneration bonus to 1.5% (from 0.8%).
      • Reworked Feline Fugitive Weaver. Weaver now eliminates Midnight's death timer.
      • Reworked Feeling Frisky Weaver. Weaver now reduces control effects against Midnight by 35% and increases her control effects by 25%.
      • Increased Dash and Slash's cooldown to 10 seconds (from 7).
      • Increased Dash and Slash's damage by 50%.
        Developer Comment: These new weaver upgrades are replacing old choices that weren’t very interesting or powerful. Control resistance isn’t very useful by itself anymore due to the removal of siege, and the speed boost to allies when running through them was both difficult to use and overlapped with the weaver upgrade that puts nearby allies in stealth. The change to Midnight’s Dash and Slash ability was made to lower her ability to permanently stun enemies when combined with other control abilities on allied heroes.
    • Oziel:
      • Increased movement speed by 5%.
      • Moves at full movement speed while using Essence Siphon.
        Developer Comment: We've been listening to everyone's feed: Oziel feels too slow. We have increased his movement speed to make him feel better to play.
    • Maximillian:
      • Increased Greased Lightning Weaver's movement speed bonus to 5 seconds (from 3). Speed bonus increased to 50% (from 25%).
      • Increased the radius of Star-struck Weaver slow by 50%.
      • Fixed Lucky Shot Weaver so it properly provides 75% increased area (rather than only 40%) of its stun, but it also decreases the duration of the stun by 0.5 seconds.
      • Updated the visual effects for Lucky Shot.
      • Increased the amount of damage reflected by the Bad at Self-Reflection Weaver to 700% (from 500%).
      • Increased Can't Touch This shield duration to 4 seconds (from 3).
      • Fixed a bug causing Maximilian to take damage while shielded.
        Developer Comment: Max’s shield build was underperforming, so we have improved its effectiveness.
    • Bloodspike:
      • Increased Energy Snack Weaver's movement speed buff duration to 5 seconds (from 3).
      • Increased the cooldown of Stunning Execution to 30 seconds (from 12).
      • Increased the mana cost of Stunning Execution to 50 (from 45).
      • Reduced the cooldown of Maiming Blow to 12 seconds (from 45).
      • Reduced the mana cost of Maiming Blow to 40 (from 50).
      • Reduced the mana cost of Homicidal Frenzy to 30 (from 50).
      • Increased health shield of Homicidal to 40% (from 20%).
      • Increased the cooldown of Bloodbath to 4 seconds (from 3).
      • Increased the duration of Bloodbath stacks to 16 seconds (from 12).
        Developer Comment: In general, Bloodspike was underperforming in most scenarios due to his low damage output. However, Bloodspike was very effective in Endless, due to his ability to instantly kill powerful minions.  We have balanced this ability by making Maiming Blow have a shorter cooldown and lower mana cost while increasing the cooldown on Stunning Execution. We have also slightly increased the cooldown and stack duration of Bloodbath to make the ability feel less upkeep- heavy. Frenzy was a pretty weak ability as well, so we have significantly lowered the mana cost and increased the effectiveness of his shield.
    • Bionka:
      • Decreased the knockback of Beat Dem Back.
      • Increased movement speed by 6%.
        Developer Comment: We still believe that Bionka design is more compelling with a slow movement speed. However, we believe increasing her movement speed and decreasing the knockback of Beat Dem Back will make her feel better to play without making her too powerful.
    • Gabriella:
      • Reworked Scared Stiff (formerly Effortless Blink) Weaver. Weaver now causes blink to immobilize nearby enemies.
      • Buffed Wand Polish Weaver to increase attack speed by 15%.
      • Increased the damage bonus granted by the Power Word Weaver to 100% (from 50%).
      • Increased mana provided by Mana Drain Weaver to 2 mana per hit (from 1).
      • Increased cooldown of Retaliate Weaver to 20 seconds (from 10).
      • Reduced the damage of Thorn of Arcana by 10%.
      • New Passive: Limitless Magic -- increases Gabriella's Unchained by 50%.
        Developer Comment: When we made Gabriella a starting hero, we decided to remove her ability to immobilize enemies with Blink and make her other skills more powerful and have more utility. Our goal was to make her more accessible for new players. However, feedback on her pointed to this being less fun, so now players have the choice to get immobilize back through a tier 1 Weaver upgrade.
    • Ivy:
      • Increased damage bonus from Precision Weaver to 15% (from 11%).
      • Increased the movement speed bonus from Celerity Weaver to 15% (from 10%).
      • Fixed Nature's Grasp (formerly Nature's Ire) Weaver to correctly provide 25% increased immobilize duration (instead of 33%).
      • Increased damage bonus from Nature's Ire (formerly Shattershaft) Weaver to 15% (from 10%).
      • Redesigned Nature's Swiftness (formerly Arrow of Love) Weaver to grant a 15% speed buff to nearby allies while Life Current is active.
      • Increased mana regeneration bonus of the Mana Mastery (formerly Gift of Mana) Weaver to 15 mana per second (from 10).
      • Redesigned Warden's Blessing Weaver to cause Life Current to provide a 15% damage buff to your hero and nearby allies.
      • Redesigned Elven Swiftboots to immediately reset Life Current's cooldown.
      • Fixed a bug where the Warden's Tutelage Weaver's mana cost reduction was not working.
        Developer Comment: We decided to upgrade several of the support weavers for Ivy without significantly increasing or decreasing her damage. She is now more helpful on a team.
    • Smolder:
      • Increased Flame Thrower Weaver's damage bonus to 10% damage (from 5%).
      • Increased the health and mana returned by the Resilient Weaver to 100% (from 50%).
      • Reduced the cooldown of From the Ashes to 150 seconds (from 240).
        Developer Comment: Smolder's passive, From the Ashes, was balanced for siege. We decided to buff this ability to improve passive-oriented builds.
    • Zoey:
      • Updated Weaver descriptions.
      • - Fixed a text issue where there was no mention of her attack speed buff.


    • Removed Doesn't Play Well With Others from display. It will be available in a future update.
    • Increased Paging Dr. Love healing to 25% (from 10%).
    • Increased Amateur Vet's healing to 25% (from 10%).
    • Reworked Execution Advantage so it provides a 30% shield for 5 seconds upon killing a boss, hero, or hunter.
    • Reworked Avoids Pain (formerly Needs Alone Time) to cause heroes to regenerate health when below 50% health.
    • Reworked Feeling Fierce (formerly Strange Sense of Humor) so it increases heroes' damage when they have over 50% health.
    • Reworked Overachiever so it now grants 1 level at the start of a match instead of XP.
    Developer Comment: Many of these traits were balanced for siege, so we have made them more applicable to survival.


    • Firelings:
      • Reduced the damage firelings deal against heroes.

    Additional Bug Fixes:

    • Maps:
      • Thuricvod Village: Addressed an issue with traps clipping into the map.
      • Falling Folly: Adjusted areas where players could clip out of the map.
      • Throne Room: Addressed an issue where the spike wall trap was not visible on a specific wall.
      • Confluence: Addressed an issue where players could not place traps in certain areas.
      • Unchained Fortress: Fixed an issue where players could get stuck in the map.
    • Lobby:
      • Fixed an issue with text in the tooltip where the Overprotective trait is cut off by the bottom edge.
      • - Fixed an issue where players could be placed into a bad lobby state on game completion.
    • Guilds:
      • Restricted guild names to only 30 characters
    • Gear:
      • Ring of Last Stand: Fixed an inconsistency on the gear description in the game and in the dashboard.
    • Minions:
      • Troll pirates:
        • Fixed issue with minimap icons.
        • Troll pirates now appear as large minions on the minimap.
      • Heavy orcs and soldiers:
        • Made changes to properly classify them as medium (not large) minions universally.

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