Twin Peaks is a Cataclysm battleground, today it has been retro-ported and converted into a module for AzerothCore, hence, with this module you can play Twin Peaks on WOTLK. The module version is available as a reward for AzerothCore contributors (all people who have contributed at least once to the project).
As a result, the module contains client-side and server-side code, because of that the player will need to download the client-side patch in order to play it.
How does the battleground work?
Twin Peaks is a 10 vs 10 Capture The Flag (CTF) battleground for players at level 85 and above. It consists in a battle between the Wildhammer dwarves and the Dragonmaw orcs, the environment is Twilight Highlands.
In order to the mechanics for Twin Peaks are identical to those for Warsong Gulch, like the followings:
a faction wins when they have returned three enemy flags within 25 minutes, or if they have returned the most flags (or capped last if a tie) when the timer runs out
the longer a flag carrier holds onto a flag, the more damage the player will take.
Slavery Valley is a custom battleground developed by Snoopzz in the 2016. Today it has been improved and converted into a module for AzerothCore. The module version is available as a reward for AzerothCore contributors (all people who have contributed at least once to the project).
The Slavery Valley map is created using the world PvP zone Tol Barad structures, as a result, different zone like “The Prison” appear similar, but all the map and battleground are developed from scratch, probably using tools like Noggit.
How does the Slavery Valley BG work?
Any faction has 80 points (as default), the goal is decrease the points of the opposite faction by killing the players or the boss.
There are three bases: Mine, Restless Graveyard, Prison.
Restless Graveyard and Mine give you the Spirit Healer of the base.
Mine, if taken, buffs the team with Mine Buff, it increases your damage by 5%.
Restless Graveyard, if taken, buffs the team with Restless Soul Graveyard Buff, it increases your stamina.
If you kill a player you inflict 1 point to the opposite faction, if you take Prison you inflict 2 points when you kill a player.
The base Prison has no graveyard.
There are two bosses one for each faction.
When you kill a boss inflict 10 points to the opposite faction, if you took all the bases, when you kill the boss you inflict 25 points to the opposite faction.
If one of the two bosses die, the other boss disappear.
The creators of Keira2 have recently announced that they are working on a new database editor application for World of Warcraft. This time it’s a Deskop application, and it does not only generate your SQL queries, but allows you to execute them directly into your DB.
A new cross-platform Database Editor
Keira3 is a modern DB editor for WoW 3.3.5, tailored for AzerothCore and available for Windows, Linux and macOS.
With Keira3 you don’t have to know the SQL language in order to change contents: it will generate the SQL queries automatically for you. The SQL code will be displayed, so you can learn, and then you can copy or execute it directly to your database.
This is a complete step-by-step video tutorial created by heyaapl about setting up a World of Warcraft 3.3.5 server – and making it public – using the DigitalOcean, a popular cloud infrastructure provider. In January 2018, DigitalOcean was rated the third-largest hosting company in the world.
The video goes through the entire AzerothCore server setup process starting from scratch, installing the server on a Debian operating system that runs remotely in the DigitalOcean cloud.
The user local operating system used in the video tutorial is Windows but you can also use macOS or any GNU/Linux distribution.
Note: this tutorial is about creating a production WoW server hosted remotely in the cloud. If you are looking for how to setup a local development environment or domestic private server setup in your own machine, you can read this guide instead for Linux and Windows. For macOS users you can read this.
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What is AzerothCore?
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