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The World of Aventia is an online persistent worldthathas been up and running since Wednesday, December 25, 2002. Originally created by Ninina, the gameworld development was quickly taken over by Jason de Cordoba, a.k.a. Oclair Monanari, who at the time was hosting the project. In 2009, Jason de Cordoba had to shut down Aventia as a result of losing his host. He turned over the modules to the community, and Ralt Gaither generously volunteered to provide a new host for Aventia 2. Aventia 2 was being developed by members of its community, including Ralt Gaither, Grench and Kenquinn. The Gondolyn server had been connected to Aventia, but it longer is. The server vault is now separate and moderated Oclair. In 2011 Ralt shut down Aventia 3, and 2 different versions of Aventia emerged. Aventia G, hosted by Grench, and Aventia 3 Merged- Unlimited Levels hosted by Lazarus Magni.

Aventia is a huge persistent world of vastly powerful characters, nefarious villains, and hideous creatures. It offers great features, such as post-level 40 player character advancement, PvP battlegrounds and clans, tournament arenas, guilds for classes, player pick pocket protection, and more.

Aventia requires both expansion packs and CEP2.3, updated to the latest release with the CEP updater. The Aventia G servers can be found at 174.143.208.156:5201 or 174.143.208.156:5205 for direct connections.

  • Naria: aventia.dyndns-server.com:5201
  • Dusk: aventia.dyndns-server.com:5202
  • SouthIsle: aventia.dyndns-server.com:5203
  • Hall of Commerce: aventia.dyndns-server.com:5204

The Aventia 3 Merged- Unlimited Levels server can be found at 99.198.119.122:5121, and its  forums are located here: http://social.bioware.com/group/4586/ You don't need to be a member of the group to view it, but you do need to be signed into Bioware's social site.

Player-builder contributions

Anyone that has experience with the Toolset and would like to build areas, monsters, quests, hak paks, scripts or items for Aventia should look at the submission guidelines (also called the "API" for unknown reasons), which must be followed. Of particular note is the guideline that no creatures in submitted areas may be placed—they must spawnanddespawn dynamically. Information about the submission should be posted, formerly in the guild forum at the BioWare website (before the BioWare website was taken down in response to a hacker attack). More details on how to submit were supplied there. After submission, areas will be reviewed for inclusion to the Aventia modules.

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