Dec 06 2018
We are aware of the recent connection issues to the Brazilian world Demera. We have already ordered a dedicated from another company that will be tested out before the end of the week. The amount of problems caused in the current Brazilian host is not acceptable.
Dec 05 2018
Rules of MasterCores have been updated! you may want to take a look so you wont accidentally break one and get punished for it!
Rules that has been modified: 1d, 2c, 2g.
Rules that have been added: 3e, 3f.
Dec 01 2018
The internet cable that goes undersea between Australia and Asia have been damaged which was the reason for the many issued Canera had few days ago. The traffic to Australia was rerouted until the cable has been repaired.
Nov 26 2018
We have confirmed connection issues to Canera (Australian world), we are in contact with the hosting company to get this resolved ASAP.
The downtime since server-save is caused by slow transfers for updated game files which is required for the world to be able to be functional with some internal updates.
Nov 24 2018
We will NEVER reset any of the worlds! If you hear rumors saying otherwise go ahead and tell them they're dead wrong!
Changelog: Latest entry was made 2 days ago. Cheaters: Latest cheater deleted 6 hours ago.
IDTypeDetail
1d ** Name Supporting Rule Violation Names that support, incite, announce or imply a violation of the MasterCores Rules.
Names that support or incite the violation of the MasterCores Rules:
Of course, all names that support rule violations ("Friend of Insults", "Hackers Rox") or incite a violation of the MasterCores Rules ("Spam Sponsor") are illegal in MasterCores and might also lead to further punishments.

Names that announce or imply the violation of the MasterCores Rules:
Names that clearly announce the breaking of a MasterCores Rule ("Sellacc", "Harry Botter") will not only be namelocked, but might also receive a further punishment. The same applies to names which obviously fake an official position ("Admin on Antica", "God Durin").
A name will be considered to imply a rule violation simply by naming it ("Bothater", "Spammkiller").

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