Answers to frequently asked questions
It is a private server emulator coded in JAVA designed to replicate the popular MMORPG Lineage 2 game. It allows its users to host their own private servers, and create a customized gaming experience to explore the world of Lineage 2 on their own unique way.
The whole installation process takes about 15 minutes. We provide a detailed documentation which guides you step by step through the installation process, making it easy for both beginners and experienced users.
We regularly release updates to improve the emulators performance and add new features. You can easily update your installation by following the instructions provided in the update documentation.
Our files are delivered securely through our official website. You can download the necessary files from our server to set up your emulator. If you encounter any issues with the download process, feel free to reach out to our support team for assistance.
We currently support only High Five (H5) chronicle and its protocols. In the near future we plan to support other chronicle protocols as well.
Our emulator is designed to work on both Linux and Windows operating systems. Whether you prefer one over the other, you can easily set up your server on your chosen platform and enjoy a seamless gaming experience.
We understand that every user has unique gameplay preferences. Thats why we provide a wide range of customization options to suit your needs. While those customizations encompass both configurations and gameplay features, you need to understand that those configs cannot cover all possible aspects of the game and therefore you might need to edit yourself some parts of the emulator which you most possibly need experience to accomplish.
We offer access to the core source code of our emulator, allowing experienced developers to delve deep into the codebase, make custom modifications, and contribute to the projects ongoing development. Its important to note tho that while the majority of the source code is accessible, there are some specific components, like communication mechanism (protocols.jar), event engine (event-engine.jar), custom paid features and geo-engine which comes packed in a jar files. This ensures a balance between transparency and safeguarding certain proprietary elements