Realms are separate instances of the world of Aberoth. Each realm operates independently, and players have limited interaction with each other across different realms.
There are eight known realms, each associated with a different school of scrolls.
The eight realms are represented by the following colors, names, and schools of scrolls:
|Orb||Realm Color||Realm Name||Corresponding School|
|White||Realm of Knowledge||Divination|
|Black||Realm of Power||Evocation|
|Green||Realm of Thought||Enchantment|
|Red||Realm of Life||Necromancy|
|Purple||Realm of Change||Transmutation|
|Yellow||Realm of Creation||Conjuration|
|Cyan||Realm of Protection||Abjuration|
|Blue||Realm of Deceit||Illusion|
All realms are nearly identical in appearance with complete synchronization of day-night and lunar cycles.
Common and Arcane RealmsEdit
There are two different types of realms: common and arcane.
Every new player starts in a common realm, which is that player's home realm. Common realms are represented by a circular indicator at the bottom right corner of the screen. The color of the indicator matches the color of the realm and its corresponding school of scrolls.
Arcane realms are a special type of realm accessed through Tavelor's Inn. All players from all common realms can access the same arcane realms and interact there. Arcane realms are represented by a triangular indicator at the bottom right corner of the screen. As with common realms, the color of the indicator matches the color of the realm and its corresponding school of scrolls.
Currently, the only arcane realms in existence are the arcane realm of power, the arcane realm of life and the arcane realm of creation.
Common and arcane realms are nearly identical in appearance with complete synchronization of day-night and lunar cycles.
Common Realm TravelEdit
Players can travel to different common realms by hitting specific realm orbs floating in the Orb Room located in the Black Bat Cave. The color and brightness of each realm orb corresponds with the color and brightness of its school of scrolls.
When players travel, they see a flash of color associated with the realm they are traveling to. The indicator at the bottom right corner of the screen changes to the color of the destination realm.
Members who have a well-rested level of 10 percent or more can travel at any time, depleting all of their rest in the process. Any attempts to travel with less than 10 percent rest will result in momentary exhaustion similar to that of light sleep.
If a member has hit a non-glowing orb and used their rest to travel to a new realm, the destination realm will be set as the member's new home realm, and they see the following message:
|Your home realm is now the common realm of <realm name>!|
All players (members and non-members alike) can travel to other realms without using rest, but they can travel only to realms with orbs that are glowing. If the player has hit a glowing orb, their home realm doesn't change. They can return to their home realm at any time by touching the candle in the center of the Orb Room. If the orb is dark, access to that realm is restricted to all players and a message will apear when striking the orb:
|Realm of Knowledge||"You feel naive"|
|Realm of Power||"You feel lethargic"|
|Realm of Thought||"You feel distracted"|
|Realm of Life||"You feel feeble"|
|Realm of Change||"You feel stubborn"|
|Realm of Creation||"You feel barren"|
|Realm of Protection||"You feel vulnerable"|
|Realm of Deceit||"You feel unobservant"|
Arcane Realm TravelEdit
Travel to and from arcane realms is restricted to Aberoth members because Tavelor's Inn is the only access point.
Common realms can be accessed by hitting the painting of the home located in Tavelor's Inn.
Note: When your corresponding home realm orb goes dark, you won't be able to return to it through the use of home painting in the Tavelor's Inn. Also, you will receive a message upon the attempt, corresponding to your home realm.
- The arcane realm of power can be accessed by hitting the fireplace.
- The arcane realm of life can be accessed by hitting the painting of the desert island but it can only be accessed by players with a reputation of fair, good, excellent, or unknown. Players whose reputation falls below fair while in the arcane realm of life will be unable to leave the town. Similarly, once they leave the realm of life, they will be unable to reenter it until their reputation improves.
- The arcane realm of creation can be accessed by hitting the painting of the flash, however players must not have aquired any skills, vault, gold and must not be in a guild to enter. The arcane realm of creation resets itself once a year.
When players travel, they see a flash of color associated with the realm they are traveling to. The color of the indicator at the bottom right corner of the screen changes to the color of the destination realm. The shape of the indicator changes to a circle if traveling to a common realm or a triangle if traveling to an arcane realm. Players also see one of the following messages:
|You are suddenly transported to the arcane realm of <realm name>!|
|You are suddenly transported back to the common realm of <realm name>!|
Tavelor's Inn, Gurun's cave, the Orb Room, and guild and personal vaults serve as cross-realm zones in Aberoth where players from different realms can interact. The names of players in other realms will be displayed in italics. The orb room is only accessible from the common realms.
Restriction on Engraved ItemsEdit
There is a restriction on items engraved to other players or guilds when they are taken to another realm and dropped on the ground. Players who drop these items won't be able to pick them back up again. Only the owner or guild member can pick up the items again if they are in the same realm as the items or in a cross-realm zone.
Discontinued Realms Edit
Arcane Realm of Protection Edit
The Arcane Realm of Protection was realm where players would not drop any engraved items on death, but would lose 10% more experience upon death. It was removed after the chance to drop an item on death was lowered and was replaced by the arcane realm of life.
Every friendly NPC around Aberoth has something to say about realms:
- The Aberoth Help page has a commented out line in it's source code, referencing the removed Realm of Protection: