Terraria Server info
The 7 Legions
Password: “Join our discord to receive”
List of Mods
Before you join us in-game, please read the following. Terraria is a different kind of game than most of our other games, and, in order to promote a fun experience for all who want to play, we need to set some ground rules.
You’ll understand why after you spend a bit of time in the game and get to know it better. First and foremost, the map offers a fairly shared experience for all players and is entirely designed for collaborative play. If you log in, you will be playing cooperatively with everyone else who is playing, whether they are online or not. It is not possible to lock doors or chests, and there is no concept of property ownership built into the game. (There is a gimmick that can prevent doors from opening, but any player can easily work around it.) Consider this when reading the following rules.
GENERAL SERVER NEED-TO-KNOW
1) Terraria will wipe on the 15th day of each month.
Because Terraria worlds progress as bosses are defeated, a fully cleared world can start to feel “exhausted” as players progress. We are implementing a one month wipe schedule to cope with this problem and to give everyone in our community to give Terraria a try with a fresh world every now and then.
2) When joining a world cycle for the first time, please join with a new character and use that character exclusively until the next wipe.
Like Valheim, Terraria’s core game design allows players to take a single character between different servers and single player worlds. Of course, joining a new world with a well-equipped character can ruin a playthrough.
3) Please submit a 🙋-support-ticket🙋 to request the password, and DO NOT share the password with anyone.
Like Valheim, because of the limitations of this game’s features and the general influence individual decisions have on the shared experience, our Terraria server is password protected.
BUILDING AND OWNERSHIP
1) Do not take from Storage Hearts or Chests that do not belong to you unless you have been given permission by the storage owner. 2) If you own a Storage Heart and would like to give everyone permission to take from it (for example, to store things to help new players or to create a community-shared storage pool), put a sign near it with text “Public access allowed”. 3) Do not link ANY form of remote storage access to a Storage Heart that does not belong to you unless you have been given permission by the owner. 3) Do not destroy anything that is part of an NPC home or a player base unless you have been given permission by the person who built it.
Do note that it’s ok to move NPCs, so if you find an NPC in the wrong biome or in a less-than-ideal location, feel free to build that NPC a new home and move them, but do not destroy the old home until you talk it through with the person who built it. Please note that pulling enemies into someone’s home to get them to destroy it counts as destroying it. Don’t do this. Not cool.
4) Do not block horizontal pathways across the surface map.
One of Terraria’s most exciting features is the ability to travel horizontally. At varying points in progression, players may acquire items that allow them to jump higher, grapple surfaces, or even fly. If you are the proud owner of horizontal traveling accessories, kindly do not build structures that require such accessories to get by. Doing so can be very frustrating for players who don’t yet have those abilities.
5) All Terraria players, keep an eye on terraria-current-wipe. Communication is important in this game.
Use terraria-current-wipe to ask about who owns what. If you are asking who owns what, include a screenshot that shows both the thing you’re asking about and its location in the world.