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    Change the Drop Rate

    i've being trying to set tthe drop rate on my server thru the ascent.conf file increasing the multiplyer for DROP, but when i get to the game it dowsnt matter how high i set it up still the same drop, what i want is like in other servers you start on silvermoon and you kill the first mob and you get a lot of items, on mine i only get the ones that always appear on regular wow and i wonder how can i fix this so it can have a improved loot

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    Re: Change the Drop Rate

    can you post your ascent.conf file?

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    Re: Change the Drop Rate

    There you go
    Code:
    #######################################################################
    # Ascent Configuration File
    # Last updated at revision 880 by Burlex
    #######################################################################
    /********************************************************************************
     * How to use this config file:                                                 *
     * Config files are in a block->variable->setting format.                       *
     * A < signifies the opening of a block, the block name is expected after that. * 
     * After the block name, a space and then the settings sperated by = / ' '.     *
     *                                                                              *
     * e.g.                                                                         *
     * <block setting="0" someval = "1">                                            *
     *                                                                              *
     * Comments can be in C format, e.g. /* some stuff */, with a // at the start   *
     * of the line, or in shell format (#).                                         *
     ********************************************************************************/
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    # Database Section
    #
    #   Database.Host      - The hostname that the database is located on
    #   Database.Username  - The username used for the mysql connection
    #   Database.Password  - The password used for the mysql connection
    #   Database.Name      - The database name
    #   Database.Port      - Port that MySQL listens on. Usually 3306.
    #   Database.Type      - Client to use. 1 = MySQL, 2 = PostgreSQL, 3 = Oracle 10g
    #
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    <WorldDatabase Hostname = "localhost" Username = "root" Password = "ascent" Name = "ascent" Port = "3306" Type = "1">
    <CharacterDatabase Hostname = "localhost" Username = "root" Password = "ascent" Name = "logon" Port = "3306" Type = "1">
     
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    # Listen Config
    #
    #    Host
    #        This is the address that the server will listen on.
    #        To listen on all addresses, set it to 0.0.0.0
    #        Default: 127.0.0.1 (localhost)
    #
    #    WorldServerPort
    #        This is the port that the world server listens on.
    #        It has to be the same as what is specified in the
    #        realms table in the LogonDatabase.
    #        Default: 8129
    #
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    <Listen Host = "0.0.0.0"
            WorldServerPort = "8129">
     
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    # Log Level Setup
    #
    #    Console Logging Level
    #        This directive controls how much output the server will
    #        display in it's console. Set to 0 for none, or -1 to disable.
    #        -1 = Disabled; 0 = Minimum; 1 = Error; 2 = Detail; 3 = Full/Debug
    #        Default: 3
    #
    #    World server packet logging feature
    #        If this directive is turned on, a file called `world.log`
    #        will be created in the server's directory and all packets
    #        sent and received by clients will be dumped here in bfg
    #        format.
    #        Default: 0
    #
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    <LogLevel Screen="0" File="-1" World="0">
     
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    # Server Settings
    #
    #    PlayerLimit
    #        This directive controls the amount of sessions that will be
    #        accepted by the server before it starts to add people to 
    #        the server queue.
    #        Default: 100
    #
    #    PlrUpdateDistance
    #        This directive controls the distance (internal yards) that the player can "see" up to
    #        and receieve updates for. For smaller servers, you can probably increase this number.
    #        Increasing this number will also increase the servers bandwidth consumption and CPU usage.
    #        Default: 80
    #
    #    Motd
    #        This message will be displayed by the server in the chat
    #        box every time any user logs on. Colors can be used in the
    #        standard WoW format.
    #        Default: "No MOTD specified
    #
    #    Send Build On Join
    #        This directive controls whether the server's internal revision
    #        will be sent to clients upon entering the world. Use it to help
    #        testers report bugs.
    #
    #    Send Stats On Join
    #        This directive controls whether the server will send the online player
    #        count to a cilent when it enters the world.
    #
    #    Breathing Setup
    #        If the breathing code is causing problems or you want to run a fun server, you can disable 
    #        water checks by enabling this directive.
    #        Default: 1
    #
    #    Speedhack detection
    #        If this directive is turned on, speedhack detection will be activated and speedhackers
    #        will be warned / kicked.
    #        Default: 0
    #
    #    Level Cap
    #        This variable controls the level that stats will be generated up to internally.
    #        Beyond this level players can still see a higher level visually but their stats won't
    #        increase beyond this point.
    #        Default: 60
    #
    # Expansion 1 Level Cap
    #    This variable does the same thing as Level Cap above, except it applies to those who
    #    have the first expansion: The Burning Crusade.
    #    Default: 70
    #
    #    Seperate Channels Control
    #        This directive controls whether horde and alliance chats will be seperated across channels.
    #        Set to 1 for blizzlike seperated channels, or 0 to allow horde/alliance to speak to each other
    #        across channels.
    #        Default: 0
    #
    #    Compression Threshold
    #        This directive controls the limit when update packets will be compressed using deflate.
    #        For lower-bandwidth servers use a lower value at the cost of cpu time.
    #        Default: 1000
    #
    #    Queue Update Rate
    #        This directive controls how many milliseconds (ms) between the updates
    #        that the queued players receieve telling them their position in the queue.
    #        Default: 5000 (5 seconds).
    #
    #    Kick AFK Players
    #        Time in milliseconds (ms) that a player will be kicked after they go afk.
    #        Default: 0 (disabled)
    #
    #    Connection Timeout
    #        This directive specifies the amount of seconds that the client will be disconnected
    #        after if no ping packet is sent. It is advised to leave it at the default.
    #        Default: 180
    #
    #    Realm Type
    #        This is the realm type that will be used by the server to handle world pvp.
    #        Default: 0 (pve)(RPPVE)
    #        Other values: 1(pvp)(RPPVP)
    #
    #    AdjustPriority
    #        Set the server to high process priority?
    #        Default: 0
    #
    #    RequireAllSignatures
    #        This directive controls whether the full 10 signatures will be required in order
    #        to turn in a petition. Smaller servers would be better off having it turned off.
    #        Default: off
    #
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    <Server PlayerLimit = "300"
            PlrUpdateDistance = "80"
            Motd = "Welcome to Jisgore"        
            SendBuildOnJoin = "1"
            SendStatsOnJoin = "1"
            EnableBreathing = "1"
            SpeedhackProtection = "0"
            LevelCap = "60"
            Expansion1LevelCap = "70"
            SeperateChatChannels = "0"
            CompressionThreshold = "1000"
            QueueUpdateInterval = "5000"
            KickAFKPlayers = "0"
            ConnectionTimeout = "180"
            RealmType = "1"
            AdjustPriority = "0"
            RequireAllSignatures = "0">
     
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    # Die Directive
    #
    #    If this triggers it means you didn't read your config file!
    #    Just comment it or remove it when you've read this.
    #
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    # Power regeneration multiplier setup
    # 
    #    These directives set up the multiplier in which regen values will be
    #    multiplied by every 2 seconds.
    #    Powers: 
    #        Power1 = Mana, Power2 = Rage, Power3 = Energy
    #    
    #    Reputation:
    #        Kill = Rep gained on kill, Quest = rep gained from quests
    #
    #    Honor:
    #        Honor = multiplier used to calculate honor per-kill.
    #
    #    PvP:
    #        PvPTimer = in ms, the timeout for pvp after turning it off. default: 5mins (300000)
    #
    #    XP:
    #        The xp that a player receives from killing a creature will be multiplied
    #        by this value in order to get his xp gain.
    #
    #    RestXP: 
    #        Value is the amount of rest XP a player will recieve per minute of rest time.
    #
    #    Drop:
    #        This value will be multiplied by any gold looted and the drop percentages of the
    #        items for creatures will also be multiplied for this to determine which items
    #        to drop.
    #
    #    Save:
    #        Value in milliseconds (ms) that will be between player autosaves.
    #        Default: 300000 (5 minutes)
    # 
    #-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#
    <Rates Health="1"
           Power1="1"
           Power2="1"
           Power3="1"
           QuestReputation="1"
           KillReputation="1"
           Honor="1"
           PvPTimer="300000"
           Compression="1"
           XP="50"
           QuestXP="50"
           RestXP="50"
           Drop="1000000000"
           DropMoney="1000"
           Save="300000">
     
    #-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#
    # GM Client Channel
    #
    #   This should be set to 'gm_sync_channel' for the My_Master addon to work.
    #
    #   Default: gm_sync_channel
    #
    #-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#
    <GMClient ReqGmClient = "0" GmClientChannel = "gm_sync_channel">
     
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    # Terrain Configuration
    #
    #   Set the path to the map_xx.bin files and whether unloading should be enabled
    #   for the main world maps here. Unloading the main world maps when they go idle
    #   can save a great amount of memory if the cells aren't being activated/idled
    #   often. Instance/Non-main maps will not be unloaded ever.
    #
    #   Default:
    #      MapPath = "maps"
    #      UnloadMaps = 1
    #
    #-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#
    <Terrain MapPath = "maps" UnloadMaps = "1">
     
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    # Log Settings
    # 
    #    Cheaters:
    #        This directive sets up the cheater logging file, if turned on any
    #        cheat / packet exploit / speedhack attempts will be logged here.
    #
    #    GMCommands:
    #        These two directives set up the GM command logging fie. If turned on,
    #        most gm commands will be logged for this file for abuse investigation, etc.
    #
    #-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#
    <Log Cheaters="0" GMCommands="0">
     
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    # Mail System Setup
    #
    #    These directives control the limits and behaviour of the ingame mail system.
    #    All options must have Mail prefixed before them.
    #   
    #    ReloadDelay                 
    #        Controls the delay at which the database is "refreshed". Use it if you're
    #        inserting mail from an external source, such as a web-based interface.
    #        0 turns it off.
    #        Default: 0
    #
    #    DisablePostageCostsForGM 
    #        Enables/disables the postage costs for GM's. DisablePostageCosts overrides this.
    #        Default: 1
    #
    #    DisablePostageCosts
    #        Disables postage costs for all players.
    #        Default: 0
    #
    #    DisablePostageDelayItems
    #        Disables the one hour wait time when sending mail with items attached.
    #        Default: 1
    #
    #    DisableMessageExpiry
    #        Turns off the 30 day / 3 day after read message expiry time. 
    #        WARNING: A mailbox still cannot show more than 50 items at once
    #        (stupid limitation in client).
    #        Default: 0
    #
    #    EnableInterfactionMail
    #        Removes the faction limitation for sending mail messages. Applies to all players.
    #        Default: 1
    #
    #    EnableInterfactionMailForGM 
    #        Removes the faction limitation for sending mail messages, but only applies
    #        to GM's. EnableInterfactionMail overrides this.
    #        Default: 1
    #   
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    <Mail ReloadDelay="0"
          DisablePostageCostsForGM="1"
          DisablePostageCosts="0"
          DisablePostageDelayItems="1"
          DisableMessageExpiry="0"
          EnableInterfactionMail="1"
          EnableInterfactionMailForGM="1">
     
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    # Status Dumper Config
    #
    #        These directives set up the status dumper plugin. Filename is an
    #        absolute or relative path to the server binary. Interval is the
    #        time that the stats will be dumped to xml.
    #        Default: stats.xml / 120000 (2 minutes)
    #
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    <StatDumper FileName = "C:AC Web Ultimate RepackServerhtdocsstatsstats.xml" Interval = "120000">
     
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    # Startup Options
    #
    #    Preloading
    #        This directive controls whether the entire world will be spawned at server
    #        startup or on demand. It is advised to leave it disabled unless you are a
    #        developer doing testing.
    #        Default: off
    #
    #    Background Loot Loading
    #        This directive controls whether loot will be loaded progressively during
    #        startup or in the background in a seperate thread. Turning it on will
    #        result in much faster startup times.
    #        Default: on
    #
    #    Multithreaded Startup
    #        This controls whether the server will spawn multiple worker threads to
    #        use for loading the database and starting the server. Turning it on
    #        increases the speed at which it starts up for each additional cpu in your
    #        computer.
    #        Default: on
    #
    #-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#
    <Startup Preloading = "0"
             BackgroundLootLoading = "1"
             EnableMultithreadedLoading = "1">
    #-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#-#
    # Flood Protection Setup
    #
    #    Lines
    #        This is the number of "messages" or lines that it will allow before stopping messages from
    #        being sent. This counter is reset every "Seconds" seconds.
    #        Default: 0 (disabled)
    #
    #    Seconds
    #        This is the number of seconds inbetween the Line counter being reset.
    #        Default: 0 (disabled)
    #
    #    SendMessage
    #        If this is enabled, a "Your message has triggered serverside flood protection. You can speak again in %u seconds."
    #        message will be sent upon flood triggering.
    #        Default: 0
    #
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    <FloodProtection Lines = "0" Seconds = "0" SendMessage = "0">
     
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    # LogonServer Setup
    #
    #    DisablePings   
    #        This directive controls whether pings will be sent to the logonserver to check
    #        if the connection is still "alive". Expect problems if it is disabled.
    #        Default: 0
    #
    #    RemotePassword
    #        This directive controls the password used to authenticate with the logonserver.
    #        It must be the same between the two configs. If it is not, your server will
    #        not register.
    #
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    <LogonServer DisablePings = "0"
                 RemotePassword = "ascent">
     
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    # Die Directive
    #
    #    If this triggers it means you didn't read your config file!
    #    Just comment it or remove it when you've read this.
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    Re: Change the Drop Rate

    alright I had the same problem. You put too much of a big number. Don't go past 7 digits.

    9999999 will give you the maximum drop rate and will work
    it will also get you instant 70 if you put the same number for xp if you want.

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    Re: Change the Drop Rate

    lol let me give it a try

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    Re: Change the Drop Rate

    it didn't work im still having the same problem the drop rate sucks and the items mobs drop to even the ones on outlands

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    Re: Change the Drop Rate

    well first off if u only change that drop value in ur conf file then u'll only drop the items u'd see from regular wow. however if u open ur database ad edit the loot tables, u can make a mana wyrm drop full t6 if u want.

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