But first, a short disclaimer. Due to the sheer amount of unexpected bugs that occurred when updating from 1.8.9 to 1.10.2, a lot of content had to go left unfinished for another time. I intend to take a mini vacation until the end of the year, but rest assured I will be back to work in January to finish what should have been done for this update. Until then, please enjoy playing a relatively bug free version of Digimobs on 1.10.2
BIMPORTANT, RELEASE YOUR DIGIMON FROM V-PETS BEFORE UPDATING TO THIS VERSION OR THEY WILL NO LONGER BELONG TO YOU
So I'm a little behind this time on getting a newsletter out, but it's been a little bit of a crazy week so far. This newsletter is going to be a little different. Normally I leave server related things to our forum like sirpokesprite, but since people have been descending into sheer chaos over the server being down for two days, I might as well make this as widespread as possible.
As most of you know, we began updating the server to 1.10.2 late Tuesday/Wednesday. Needless to say we ran into a couple of bumps along the way, which is typical when trying to port a 1.8.9 world over to 1.10.2. Anyway, that stuff ended up getting ironed out, but we discovered a far worse issue. It would appear as if the 1.10.2 versions of Sponge(that is, the API that allows servers to run modded servers), has some sort of bug that is deleting digimon upon digivolving. Despite trying to get in touch with Sponge support, I haven't heard anything as of yet. So until the bug with Sponge is fixed, or I can find time to give digivolving a makeover that it probably quite honestly needs anyway, a 1.10.2 digimobs server is not going to be able to work I'm afraid to say.
That being said, the Digimobs Adventure server will be reverted back to 1.8.9 for the time being, and will pick up right where it left off before the maintenance Tuesday night.
As for future plans, this has put me into a rather interesting dilemma with how to proceed. I don't have any concrete plans at the moment, but I'm leaning towards putting all new things on the backburner to revamp digivolution, or to port all the 1.10.2 changes back to 1.8.9 and stay there for the time being. It's really a tossup at the moment of what will happen.Worst case scenario is that I will at least put all the new digimon into a new 1.8.9 update so that people can work on having those.
As for new updates..I have plans to hopefully coincide with the next Tri movie in February. I like to try to release models that are associated in some way, and so those of you that have been keeping up with Tri may know where the picture below is going...
did you even read what Clavis Angemon evolves from by any chance?? you need both Angewomon and Angemon just to get it. no where in that entire topic does it mention Armadillomon.
I did read and I'm well aware, but back in the day when he was first introduced, Shakkoumon did evolve into him. It
s been years and many revisions but when I was first working with the DMPC team we used wikimon for all of our sources and sure enough, that was once a preevolution of his. Either way, Digivolution is something that can be changed to suit fan needs. I mean if you take into account all of the different evolutions a single digimon has, I'm sure you can argue points for and against them having or not having certain forms. I'm just saying I like the idea. I didn't say it was canon or accurate. Just said it was what I would like and what I thought it should be.
SlashAngemon is a Mega form of Armadillomon, though.