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Hello everyone! My name is Shylo, and I am an employee at Little Orbit. I wanted to address something that I feel is very important to the culture surrounding the Fallen Earth community and that is the forum section called "Sparks in the Ashes", an area of the old GamersFirst forums where players could post videos, artwork, stories, poems, and other creative materials made by the players. We recommend that if you have any content that you have posted there, to please go to the old forums https://forums-old.gamersfirst.com/forum/752-sparks-in-the-ashes/ and SAVE YOUR CONTENT. The old forums will remain online for a few more months and then they will be taken down. We will be spinning up a new area to post your creative content here on the new forums shortly. I look forward to seeing everything you guys have to share. Thanks, ShyLO
Good afternoon Wastelanders! As you may know, when registering and playing the new Fallen Earth Classic server that has been up for a couple months now, your character(s) will automatically receive the "Commander Aura" buff which was originally reserved for the highest tier subscription model. This aura gives you more EXP, more faction points, more death toll, and faster harvesting/scavenging times. After playing my character for 2 weeks, I noticed one day my Commander Aura buff randomly disappeared. It just wasn't there anymore. Logging out and logging back in didn't fix the problem, waiting a few days didn't fix it. Nothing would make it come back. I re-made a brand new character and got the Commander Aura back on that new character. However, out of curiosity I logged back in to my first character whom recently lost that buff, and after a week, surprise, it was back! So just a quick note to you guys, if you randomly notice your Commander Aura buff disappears one day, do not make a brand new character and start over from scratch. Just wait a few days and it will come right back. The servers being rebooted weekly as might have the been the thing that fixed this problem, but I can't say with certainty.