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All posts created by Azure_Zero

The Guide is for 32-bit versions of; Win XP, Vista, Win7, and Win8.
Win2k might work with the guide.
The server is down for Maintence now,

I'm also nearly done a Guide for 32-bit windows users to get more resources for PFO.
You have to Join a PC settlement if you want over level 8 training.
This limit exists for ANYTHING; classes, Gathering, refining, and crafting.

If you want a Relaxed group that lets you get the support of a PC settlement, but solo about doing your own thing, the HighRoad Covenant has a group in each of its settlements that support that form of game play.

You can check us out at, or in mumble (download from here).
Mumble Address:
Mumble Port: 3093
Very well written, Mbando.
I dislike the Mini-map's new entity marker colors
along with the Colors for enemy entity names, as they are harder to read and see.
We are a good, friendly and active group that has fun and free will over here.
It's the Temple trainer
Welcome to PFO,
And Greetings from Talonguard and the HighRoad Covenant.
As above,
I blame Murphy's Law and it's gremlin minions for it.
This is all given that these 32bit users even have 4GB of RAM. Some might not even realize they don't.

And then there's the case of users that can't run a 64bit operating system due to some ridiculously outdated processor.

Now that is true, BUT in order to run PFO, they still need a CPU that is at a minimum, an intel Core 2 Duo, which is 64-bit OS supporting.
They need a minimum of 4GB of RAM in the system, and a discrete graphics card is recommended and should be newer than 2007.

Ryan should be post the Minimum system requirements for EE PFO so some folks can check if they can run it in the first place before they get it.