Number of world servers: 8

Total Number of Guilds: 42714

Total Number of Characters: 1569448

A real guild has at least 24 members

Report run at July 14, 2014, 6:15 am

The All-Seeing Oracle's eye is upon all the worlds of D&D Online!

Constantly scrying, the Oracle watches the heroes of Eberron and the Forgotten Realms. The Guilds they have formed are accounted for. Mighty and weak, vast and miniscule, all have been measured.

Would you know the truth? Do you dare to know the true leaders of your world? Then select it above and be awed by the Oracle's providence.

Select your world mortal, and know all that is knowable!

Recent updates

07-14 06:01:00
Posted to Twitter

#DDO downtime got you down? Check out the Oracle's new Wayback Machine! Revisit the guilds of 2013 and travel time!

To 'celebrate' the anniversary of the loss of DDO character data a year ago, the Oracle has brought forth ? the Wayback Machine!

The Wayback Machine contains the guilds and guild rosters of all the worlds of DDO, as they were last scryed in May of 2013. Beyond this, they also include the previous guild members and members who were no longer active. The Oracle is serious about watching you.

Find out who used to be in your guild. Find your character build from 2013. Reminisce about guildies long gone, or be surprised to see who used to be in your guild. For DDO is community both across the Earth, and across time.

02-24 04:06:00
Posted to Twitter

The Oracle releases new Oracle Trax - realtime DDO server activity for your website!

And now for something completely different - the Oracle is now serving up DDOracle Trax, a graphic designed for DDO fansites that shows the current server loads for the last 4 hours, updated every hour.

Currently 2 sizes are available, the 240x400 banner standard size, and a 480x800 high-res version (.big.png) with extra detail if you'd like to offer a Zoom feature. Linking the graphic to the Oracle's Traffic Report would be much appreciated, and we'll see how it goes. Adding it to your own website is as simple as the following code snippet:

<a style="border: 0" href="http://ddoracle.com/Traffic.html" alt="The DDOracle Traffic Report">
  <img width="240" height="400" src="http://ddoracle.com/serverLoadTicker.png"> 

Currently the ticker is updated on the hour. It fits well in the current size, but if you'd like a different size please ask.

As this is an entirely new kind of feature, this may evolve considerably as we get feedback. In the meantime, enjoy!

01-20 22:34:12
Posted to Twitter

The Oracle is starting to wonder if the #LotRO crowd realizes what the new LorRO Traffic report is?

It's been a week since the Oracle has added the new Traffic Report for Lord of the Rings Online., but outside of a considerate retweet the LotRO crowd has been pretty quiet.

Given how popular and how closely watched the DDO Traffic Report has been, this is somewhat surprising? Who knows.

Since LotRO traffic is now a standard report, the previous special report Perspectives has been removed. Now either side can see how the other half lives at any time, just need to figure out where it goes on the menu!

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