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    We need to advertise Era... Please:(

    Everybody knows how there has been a huge huge drop in player count since like 2012 13 ish. I find it frustrating how the staff seems to not really care or do anything about it. What I think Era (Or really just Graal as a whole) should do, is to advertise the game. Like video ads, or even like those paid promotions that YouTubers do. This would definitely work, because no joke, everybody that I have introduced graal to has been HOOKED to it ever since. And that’s the problem, the only way this game gets new players is from mouth. 1 person tells one person at a time. And advertising could do this same thing except 100 times faster and more efficiently, especially because you get to visually see the game, as it looks appealing to 8-11 year old kids. This is also around the age where you can make you childhood revolve around the game so yeah, I feel like we should really do some kind of advertising. It also feels helpless how no staff EVER listens to anything on the forums, even when it’s a good idea that should at least be considered, but it feels helpless because I don’t think any idea in the forums has actually made it into the game. If you guys also think this is a good idea, please forward this to higher staff, and higher staff please talk to Unixmad about this. This game has real potential to blow up
    Thanks,
    Dearan

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    Staffs do care about the game especially Imask who changed the server location in order to reduce lag+added a new fancy event called Laser Tag but ye u r right staffs gotta start advertising the game
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    suppose that if the publicity of the game is successful and too many people enter to play more than 5k the server would fall apart and it would take time to fix it. The fundamental thing is to have this server in good condition before anything else

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    Well, if you look at Fortnite, their servers couldn’t handle the millions of new players. What did they do? They fixed their servers to be able to handle the huge surge of new players. I don’t know if any of you guys have heard about 2b2t(the oldest minecraft server), but when a famous youtuber made videos on the server, thousand of new players joined. The owners of the server put a cap on the amount of players that could log on at once and everyone would have to wait in a queue. Players could buy a pass to skip the queue and be first to join. If Era implemented this it could add to their revenue by selling queue skip passes for gralats or itunes.
    Even if Era was advertised, it unlikely that millions of players would all join at once. Right now we don’t even know the max amount of players that the server can handle. So IMO too many players wouldn’t be a long term problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CisCo View Post
    Well, if you look at Fortnite, their servers couldn’t handle the millions of new players. What did they do? They fixed their servers to be able to handle the huge surge of new players. I don’t know if any of you guys have heard about 2b2t(the oldest minecraft server), but when a famous youtuber made videos on the server, thousand of new players joined. The owners of the server put a cap on the amount of players that could log on at once and everyone would have to wait in a queue. Players could buy a pass to skip the queue and be first to join. If Era implemented this it could add to their revenue by selling queue skip passes for gralats or itunes.
    Even if Era was advertised, it unlikely that millions of players would all join at once. Right now we don’t even know the max amount of players that the server can handle. So IMO too many players wouldn’t be a long term problem.
    I'm not an expert on technological matters, but I remember the server starting to lag more than usual when about 5000 people logged on for a free Event Coin a year or two ago. So, I'd say that the current server can handle 7000 or 8000 people at once until your average user faces severe connection issues.
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