Thursday, December 28, 2006

Happy New Year!

We wish all Queosia players a happy new year! :)

Happy partying! :)

Sunday, December 24, 2006

3-hour vacation during the holidays

The minimum time of the vacation has been reduced to 3 hours. On January 2, 2007, this will be changed back to the usual 72 hours.

The shorter minimum time is to give you the chance to visit friends, relatives, have a family dinner, enjoy opening the gifts etc in peace, not having to worry about your country, while giving you the chance to play Queosia over the holiday season, and not have to wait 3 days.

Once again, we wish you all a Merry Christmas!

Saturday, December 23, 2006

Merry Christmas

We wish all Queosia players a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

(Please note that this is only a message to deliver Season's greetings. The speacial 3-hour-minimum vacation will only go into effect tomorrow. We will post a separate announcement about it.)

Saturday, December 16, 2006

Vacation changes during the winter holidays

During the winter holiday (December 24th - January 2nd) the rule of the vacation will be changed a little bit. The 72-hour minimum length will lessen to 3 hours, so you can come back to play after a family dinner or a party while you know your country safe. The 12-hour limit after harmful actions stays.

First photos in the Queosia photoalbum

Some of you might have already noticed that the first photos have appeared in the Queosia photoalbum a few days ago.

The local get-together in Budapest included members from one of the top alliances in 1/A, one of the moderators, one of the helpers and one of the admins. Check out the Photoalbum under the Community menu if you have not done so yet. :)

And if you hold a get-together somewhere (we know it's a lot more difficult for Queosia than for Hodito), we encourage you to ask for an album, and post your photos!

We look forward to seeing pictures of you all! :)

Wednesday, December 06, 2006

1/A multi-personality requirements refined

We have refined the 1/A requirements that are needed to restart from 1/A or 2/B if your country has more than one personality.

While the topX% requirement in lower levels (5th through 2nd) remain the same, the requirement in 1/A is now 30%, regardless of the number of personalities.

This fine-tuning has been made because we feel the 1/A group is a little different from the groups you are used to in the lower levels, a lot harder, and reaching this top30% requirement can be a challenge in itself.