TravianZ - Travian T3.6 , BEST VERSION EVER | Server restarted ! Speed 50x , Troops 50x.

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We strongly recommend using a dedicated hosting for this game. Big Travian servers used to host thousands of players and the original servers still had about 300ms page display time. The legacy code in this clone (which was created in 2013) is right now doing about 400 MySQL queries (questions to the database) per single page refresh - which is usually well beyond what most shared hostings can support with a big enough player base. We are usually available to chat at our Gitter channel, if you like to ask any questions or just talk to the developers about how great their day is today :) As for bug reports, please use the Issues tab and create new issue, whether it's an error in game or you have a feature request to be included in the play.



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