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Party Search panel

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Party Search panel
Party Search panel (Europe)

The Party Search panel is a feature added to the game with the December 20, 2006, game update. It allows players to search for a party to join ("LFG"), or for other playing to join their party ("LFM") for quests and missions. It also can be used for trading, hunting (e.g. for elite skills), and guild requests or recruitment.

In December 21, 2006 game update a modified version for Europe was released, featuring an option to filter out other language districts because of the many different languages on an European server.

As of the July 17, 2007 game update, any time you enter text into the Party Search panel it will be broadcasted to All chat in the following format: <character name>: Party Search - <text entered>.

Instructions[edit | edit source]

Party Tab[edit | edit source]

Party Search example

In this tab you can search for combatants. You can use up to 31 characters to describe your request in the description field. The dropdown menu let you specify the request type (Mission, Quest, Hunt, Guild and Trade). After that you can show your request on party panel by clicking on the Seek party checkbox. You can activate this checkbox by pressing Enter in the description field, too.

Europeans only: "Show districts in other language" let you show all searches regardless of district's language. The collapsible purpose groups show (x/y) whereas x counts searches from the same and y all searches of all language districts.


Now a detailed description of all used icons and colors:

Icon
Party search invitation.jpg You requested an invitation to an existing group
Party search invited.jpg You are invited to a group, double click or Join button joins you to it.
Size
Party search normal party.jpg This party has one out of four members.
Party search green party.jpg This party has three out of four members. Your join will complete the group (green number). The number in brackets indicates the quantity of heroes/henchmen.
Party search red party.jpg This party has four out of four members. You have too many members in your party to join this one (red number). The number in brackets indicates the quantity of heroes/henchmen.
District
Party search same district.jpg Both players are located in the same district.
Party search other district.jpg The other party is in another district. If you join, the smaller party will travel to the larger party's district. If both parties have the same size, the invited party will travel.
Bug.png Bug! The party search window will be blank, not showing any of the current requests, if you are in a district numbered higher than 40.

Heroes Tab[edit | edit source]

  • This tab shows all available heroes for your character. You can select a hero and click on Add hero to add him/her to your party or Kick to dismiss him/her.
  • The Heroes tab is greyed out for characters who have not recruited heroes.
  • If an already acquired Hero is unable to be recruited for any reason, double clicking the Hero's name will not allow the Hero to be added to the party.

You don't need to use the buttons, simple double clicking on a hero's name will toggle between in and out of the party.

Henchman Tab[edit | edit source]

Lists all henchmen of the current outpost or city. You can select someone and click on Add henchman or double click on the name to add him/her to your party or Kick to dismiss him/her.

You don't need to use the buttons, simple double clicking on a henchmen's name will toggle between in and out of the party.

External links[edit | edit source]

  • [1] - Instructions on the official website