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 August 10, 2013, 6:26 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!
With all the people watching the #DDO traffic, the Oracle felt it was time for some Perspective. A new special report at www.ddoracle.com
Interest in DDO traffic is at an all time high and your Oracle has tried to keep things very fresh. Still, there is a sense that people want more and thus it was time for another special report. Your Oracle brings you Perspectives, a first hand look into a day (today) in life in Lord of the Rings Online.
No, that's not a graphic error. There are more servers than will fit on the legend, more servers than the Oracle could find colors for, and yes, that's the traffic for a single day.
Lord of the Rings Online? You watch Lord of the Rings Online?!?
I like to watch.
The glass half-full and glass half-empty factions may begin their earnest debate now.
Today's Traffic Report shows Wayfinder is still making gains, but _what_ is up with Ghallanda the last 2 weeks?!?
The Oracle has heard your cries for the truth, and brings knowledge. See the mighty impact of the MotU expansion! #DDO
Seeing the big spike in interest in the Traffic Report recently, the Oracle scryed and found active discussions on several forums concerning the impact of the new Wayfinder changes, the upcoming expansion, and general activity.
So to bring light to the darkness, your Oracle has prepared a special report, MotU One Year Later, a large, hand-annotated graph. This is not a production item, and the lower axis is a bit hard to read with 365 data points, but it should provide food for thought, and be better than people trying to sew things together from past updates and memories of earlier figures. Click on the upper right to zoom in.
The Oracle thinks the impact of Update 14 has been underrated, but see for yourself.