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    Skilled Student NicolaRedhead's Avatar
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    Is Newfoundland still active Server?

    Just asking cause it is the oldest EU server. I know it didn't manage to do Mayan adventure just like the other two EU servers so there can't be that many players or at least active players on it?

    Did one of my earlier threads disappear? Can't find it now. Weird.
    Trying to be happy in a sad world

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    Ruler of the Land peck_ed's Avatar
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    Newfoundland is indeed the oldest of the EU servers (thesettlersonline.com)

    As there were no actual stats other than a % released, it's hard to tell how many active players are on it against how many just didn't complete it!
    I'm more than likely working right now.

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    Treasure Hunter
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    Almost always someone on chatting, and trading. And almost always I'm there to hand out a nice pint of brew ^.~

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    As much as i can notice ..y it active server.Fact we didnt do Mayan event doesnt mean we are not active just we didnt care that much like some German or Polish servers (as much as i can remeber)..General chat is active and althou i dont follow it that much i can see same names i saw year and a half ago when i started.I am guild leader of my guild and we are getting new members same pace and losing them also (due to game getting a bit slower around 30+lvl wich some players dont like and leave or fact its almost full summer time and ppl do prefer beeing outside) ..So i would say Y its active.

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    AngelMisa
    i didnt to the adv cuz it was a waste of time and resources. some ppl dont need gems to play

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    Pathfinder
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    well, looking at the performance of Newfoundland during "20thA" event...it looks dead....just compare to other servers and you have a full picture....
    It is not the first time; do you remember Mayan event?

    FYI, yes I am active player supporting the event with many ballons, but with many bad feelings even for qualifing to 2nd stage event...

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    Original Serf
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    oh wow.. 2013, on first page.. the forum is dead indeed

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    is a mess

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    Hmm dont know about activity but few last week for me did realy look not active but cant compare other servers cuz im playing only here...

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    Ruler of the Land topgearfan's Avatar
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    I use TO as activity indicator.
    It used to be like 33-36 pages of trades at peak some months ago. Now its like 26ish?

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