As many of you already know the EU_Phoenix Persistent Kingdoms server went down on the 3rd of April. There are many reasons why that came to pass but we won't delve too deep into that. What is important though is that we would like to once again extend our gratitude to everyone that contributed to what Phoenix was. From the very founders, committed staff, countless donators that kept the server up for more than 3.5 years and the large player base that Phoenix had during its uptime. I don't believe it would be misinformation if we claimed it had been one of the longest-running Warband servers.
At the end of the day, we've all had some good fun playing on it during its PW and then PK days. Countless sieges between various clans, a field battle every millennium and those hordes of pubs couching you on the backs of coursers. For some reason, we all kept coming back to it for what it was and it was good. Thank you once again and we'll see you on PK again!
What is this new forum and why was I redirected here?
EU_Phoenix has been shut down but our story doesn't end here. In the past year, we as a community managed to release a successful mod. We would like to continue developing the mod with you and look towards the future.
The forum will be up to act as a hub for all remaining Persistent Kingdoms players and Phoenix community members. In addition to that, we're still confident that Persistent Kingdoms will remain active and are as such working on free scripts which will be released to the public. You're still more than encouraged to make suggestions or report bugs in the appropriate subforum as we work towards the 1.3 version of the mod.
What does the future hold for us?
We would very much like to create a Bannerlord mod with the help of our community. This is unfortunately still very uncertain due to the enormous question mark in place of the Bannerlord release date, however, we're examining our options and will be making announcements in regards to it in the near future.
We've gone ahead and updated the forum software to the latest version and as such gained access to a few new features. One of the bigger changes: Clubs. We've done an introduction to clubs here but they essentially allow you to create a subforum that can be public or private where you can discuss with other club members (suitable for clans, servers and other focus groups).
The forum is now also run by the new old staff - Staff.
We've created a new set of forum rules which you can find here. Make sure to get up to date with them and how other issues in regards to staff are handled.
So, let's get the show on the road. Sign up on the forums and get access to the brand new old shoutbox.