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    Feedback I guess

    I just installed game for the first time a week ago. Game is way above average for a phone game, and I give props to the devs. It s simple yet complex. I like it so much that I installed it through Steam on my Linux box. My monitor is a 65" LG OLED TV, and again I give props to the devs cause it runs pretty dam well. Also for those who run this on a 2" phone screen you have good eye sight... The only thing I am confused about is: why do I have to disable my vpn, (Mullvad), to craft legendary items? (And yes. I ve tested it out 2 dozen times.) With vpn enabled I get this message. As soon as I disable Mullvad I can craft item.

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    The game doesn't let players to craft legendaries if the player is offline.

    I'm not sure but maybe when you use a VPN, you're not completely using your own internet.
    Therefore, when the game checks your connection, considers it as offline somehow.

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      #3
      This has been addressed by Travis before. You cannot craft Legendary items over a VPN connection, Eternium's method to prevent exploitation.
      “Fall down seven times, get up eight.” – Japanese proverb

      KUWA QOGI VEJU 4115

      VACAFOR - 4F/2W Warrior
      ... MICA - Mage ... BELA - Hybrid BH ... MICATHREE - Mage Farmer ... BELATOO - BH Farmer

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      #4
      Just to update this subject; I was getting this error for a while, but not anymore. Not sure if the devs want to know, but I can craft legendary items with my vpn enabled now. Considering this, I have to ask; if it s supposed to stop me from crafting items with my vpn enabled, yet it goes ahead and crafts it, would this effect/inhibit the actual crafting of the item?

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      • Travis | Support Mgr.
        Travis | Support Mgr. commented
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        I'm not sure how the code works, but I do know that it is a measure in place to prevent exploitation.
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