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    Looking For a 3.3.5a Repack

    Hello i am looking for 3.3.5a for 255 fun server i prefer trinity core beacuse have less bugs than others
    Last edited by kingsizedevil; 03-14-2012 at 02:40 PM.

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    Hi!

    PryDev

    With an easy to follow guide yo ucan set up your trinity based server. I believe you can edit the level cap in one of the config files like in Arcemu.

    It's just my opinion but if you are aiming to make a FUN server the best choice for you would be the Arcemu. Trinity has less bugs and more things working that's true, but it meant to be blizzlike. That means if you want to make custom stuff you should know c++ very well.
    I'm not saying Arcemu is better or worse just wanted to tell you that is mroe customizable at least it's easier.

    In case you didn't like the PryDev link:
    Mangos repack Blizzlike 3.3.5
    Trinity Blizzlike 3.3.5
    Jeutie's Blizzlike Repack 3.3.5
    GRiM's Ultimate Repack v6

    And here's an arcemu repack if you want to try:
    Beautiful Mind 3.3.5 Blizzlike Repack

    And yo ucan find more in the General Releases Section

    Still I suggest you to try out Arcemu and if you liked it compile your own one. You will then have your very own server which can be edited as you want.
    Arcemu Wiki
    You can find a step-by-step guide on this page.

    Good luck and have fun,
    bendaferi

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    Dude i don't search for blizzlike

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    Did you even click on those links? If you did for example the PryDev gives you the core and offers you 2 databases. A CUSTOM and a Blizzlike. Like you can get any kind of custom databases for arcemu.

    I searched for mangos / trinity repacks but they are all blizzlike. Changing the level limit is not a big deal just like importing a custom database.

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    I'd recommend compiling Arcemu on your own. It gives you a lot less baggage than all of those repacks and it can somewhat easily be updated whenever a new update comes out.

    Go here: ArcEmu-Wiki
    Then follow each step under "Getting Started for beginners" in order.

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    And here's an arcemu repack if you want to try:
    Beautiful Mind 3.3.5 Blizzlike Repack

    yee this is good but there is one problem it shut downs automaticli when he wants how to fix it ?????

 

 

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