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Rules and Guidelines
Any user registering a Dragonfire web account and game accounts is obliged to read and follow the rules and guildelines listed below. Violation of any of them may result in an account suspension or limitation of in-game capabilities of user’s accounts.
  1. The Administration reserves the right to modify the rules at any given time. Users disagreeing with any change may ask for their account to be suspended within 7 days of its enforcement.
  2. The email address used during the account registration process is bound to it permanently and cannot be changed. It is the user’s responsibility to ensure it's always active, accessible and secure.
  3. Registering an account and playing on the server is free of charge.
  4. Any appeals and objections concerning punishments and decisions made by Staff Members must be reported directly to the Administration via a private message on the discord server within 14 days from their enforcement. Decisions made by the Administration are considered final and will not be revised unless new information/evidence is provided.
  5. An Administrator may overturn a decision or a punishment dispensed by other Staff Members at any given time.
  6. Any action considered malicious, harmful or immoral may be subjected to punishments even if not explicitly stated in the rules. Such situations will be treated individually.
  7. Staff takes no responsibility for the loss of accounts, characters or any in-game goods. It is in the users’ best interest to ensure safety of their data by taking security precautions (such as using a strong password.) and not sharing their account information with anyone.
  1. English is the official language of the Dragonfire game servers, all public channels and related community platforms. Communicating in any other language on any public channels is not allowed.
  2. All users are required to follow the Netiquette and treat other members of the community with respect. Posting content or messages which, in the sole and absolute discretion of the Staff Team, are deemed to be offensive, unlawful, harmful, threatening, abusive, harassing, defamatory, vulgar, obscene, hateful, sexually explicit, or discriminating in any way are strictly forbidden. Any attempts to circumvent this rule may be punished as well.
  3. Using offensive website/game account, or clan names will be treated as a violation of the Netiquette and the player will be forced to rename them.
  4. Staff is made of volunteers who devote their free time to improving and managing the server. Insulting or disrespecting them is not tolerated and you will be punished. Accusing members of the Staff of corruption/collusion without any evidence will be considered disrespectful and treated accordingly.
  5. Playing on the server is a privilege. Any out of place comments or insults regarding the state of the server or attempts to lessen the fun of other players may be punished.
  6. Impersonating members of the Staff is not allowed and will lead to permanent ban on all associated accounts.
  7. It is forbidden to send addresses and links to private profiles on any of the Dragonfire platforms. Intentional publication of personal details to embarrass or harm anyone will not be tolerated.
  8. Advertising gambling outside of what exist in THE game ("Duel ", "Death roll") on all public channels and related community platforms is not allowed.
In-Game Offenses
  1. Using 3rd party programs (hacks, cheats, bots, etc.), exploiting or abusing bugs in order to gain advantage (intentionally or not).
  2. PvP Exploiting – wintrading / (gaining kills by killing your own characters), achievement gains, tournament & event teaming when teaming is not allowed.
  3. Attempting to persuade a member of the Staff by offering money, goods or other services either in-game or outside of it.
  4. Attempting to intentionally deceive Staff Members.
  5. Selling/buying/trading characters, gp, coins, items, boosting services, etc. for real money or goods on another server.
  6. Advertising other servers or services, including party, pm and clan chats. Intentionally directing players to places where such content may be found is strictly forbidden as well.
  7. Exploiting any quest-specific items or npcs - you are obligated to report ALL bugs or exploits you may find.
  8. Attempting and abusing the use of an alternative connection to gain advantage in the Clan Wars arena is strictly forbidden. You are only allowed to use ONE account. This also means that you as a player will have to choose between staying connected to either your Android device or your Computer during clan wars and not both. Player caught will be permanently banned on the assosiated accounts from entering the Clan Wars.
  9. Intentionally spamming doors to lock players path, this is considered toxic, trolling and prevent other players from playing the game.
  10. Duel blocking (trolling/being an annoyance for two players who are in a duel) is forbidden and will result in a temporary ban, it can also lead to permanent by repeated offences.
  11. Undermining, hindering, or disturbing players’ game experience in any way not fitting the game.
  12. Character and Clan Naming in PvP Zones:
Character and Clan Naming in PvP Zones
  1. Originality Requirement: To ensure clarity and fairness in PvP zones, every account must have an original name. Names that are variations of the same base name through minimal alterations (e.g., "tesla," "t3sla," "teslaa") or sequential numbering (e.g., "johndoe1," "johndoe2," "johndoe3") are prohibited. This rule is especially critical for characters at level 100 and above participating in multi PK environments, where the potential for confusion significantly impacts competitive integrity.
  2. Prohibition of Similar Names: Names designed to mimic or closely relate to another player's name, thereby creating confusion or misleading other players, are not allowed. This includes, but is not limited to, using numbers to replace letters, adding or removing letters, or using Roman numerals to create sequences (e.g., "Player I," "Player II," "Player III"). In the spirit of fair competition, this guideline is particularly applicable to characters level 100 and above in multi PK scenarios.
  3. Consistency in Partial Names: To further ensure uniqueness and prevent confusion, characters cannot have names that share a common first name followed by a random second name if the intention is to create a series of characters that are difficult to distinguish from one another in PvP scenarios. Examples of prohibited naming conventions include "General Rage," "General Cart," "General Clark," etc., where "General" is the common first name. This rule is enforced with particular attention to characters participating in multi PK activities at level 100 and above, reflecting our commitment to a competitive environment where fairness prevails.
  4. Clan Name and Tag Originality: Clans must also adhere to originality in their names and tags. Clan names and tags that are variations of existing ones through minimal alterations (e.g., "Warriors," "W4rriors," "Warri0rs") or slight modifications (e.g., "KnightZ," "Kn1ghts") are prohibited. This is crucial for preventing confusion and ensuring distinct clan identities in PvP zones.
  5. Prohibition of Similar Clan Names and Tags: Clan names and tags designed to mimic or closely relate to other clans, thereby creating confusion, trolling, or misleading players, are not allowed. This includes using numbers to replace letters, adding or removing letters, or making minimal changes to existing clan names (e.g., "Clan A," "Clan B," "Clan C"). Ensuring distinct clan identities is particularly important during clan wars and multi PK scenarios.
  6. Context-Specific Application for Sequential Numbering: While the originality and prohibition of similar names rules apply broadly, the specific concern regarding sequential numbering after a name is targeted primarily at characters level 100 and above in multi PK environments. This consideration aims to balance the need for clarity and fairness in high-level competitive play without imposing undue restrictions on the broader community.
What is Multi PK and how does this rule impact Multi PK scenarios?

Multi PK, or Multi Player Killing, occurs in PvP (Player vs. Player) Zones and involves engaging in combat as part of a large group or team, as well as individuals controlling multiple characters simultaneously. This practice is mostly used in "Flats PK," and during "Clan Wars." Multi PK scenarios can range from organized clan battles to coordinated attacks by groups of players who may use characters with similar or confusingly named accounts to gain strategic advantages.

The complexity of Multi PK encounters is heightened by the use of these similar names, which can create confusion among opponents, making it challenging to identify and target specific players. This strategy not only impacts the dynamics of PvP combat but also affects the overall fairness and enjoyment of the game.

  1. The Administration reserve the right to shut down/restart the server at any given time in case of unforeseen situations such as improvements, changes, updates, maintenance, and technical problems.
  2. Evidence presented in reports/appeals needs to provide full context of the situation (e.g. fully extended chat logs on screenshots, preferably video material instead of screenshots). Staff Members may decide to not take action if they consider the given data to be lacking crucial information or to be modified in any way.
  3. Staff Members do not have the obligation to share evidence or reasoning behind their decisions.
  4. Staff Members are allowed to play on their own private characters without receiving any in-game advantages, commands or other external help and they are subject to following the rules just like every other player.
  5. Staff will not free nicknames on demand.
  6. Donations made in the donation web page cannot be undone unless the dynasty coins you receive as a gift are untouched. When you exchange DCoins, it's final and cannot be reverted in any way.
Terms of Use
Please carefully read the following terms of use agreement (THE "terms of use" or "agreement"). Your use of the 'Dragonfire' Website & Gaming client (including any related subsite, service or feature thereto) (the "site" and "game") constitutes your agreement to these terms, conditions, covenants, policies, and notices (the "terms"). The "rules" are subject to change without notice. If you are under the age of majority in your jurisdiction, you must make sure your parent or guardian accepts this agreement on your behalf prior to your use of the site and game. Print a copy of this agreement and rules for your records. If you do not agree with all of the terms of this agreement, you are not permitted to use this site and game.
Use of Site | Services
  • Use of Site
    • This site or any portion of the site as well as the services may not be exploited for any commercial purpose except as expressly permitted by Dragonfire reserves the right to refuse service in its discretion, without limitation, if believes the user conduct violates applicable law or is harmful to the interests of Dragonfire, other users of the site and the services or its affiliates.
  • Acess to the site & Services
    • Dragonfire provides free and unlimited access to the site and the services. By using the site or the services, the user agrees to follow the game's EULA.
The materials on's website are provided on an 'as is' basis. Dragonfire makes no warranties, expressed or implied, and hereby disclaims and negates all other warranties including, without limitation, implied warranties or conditions of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, or non-infringement of intellectual property or other violation of rights. Further, Dragonfire does not warrant or make any representations concerning the accuracy, likely results, or reliability of the use of the materials on its website or otherwise relating to such materials or on any sites linked to this site.

Donations are made on a voluntary basis in appreciation of the site and the services. Dragonfire does not assume any financial obligation with respect to donations. The user must be over 18 to be eligible to make a donation. Dragonfire is not liable for any unauthorized donations.

Dragonfire will offer a refund for website coins within twenty-four hours of your donation, so long as the Website coins have not been consumed, modified or transferred. Any refund request past the twenty-four hour mark will be reviewed at Dragonfire sole discretion.

To contact us regarding your donation, send an email to: [email protected], or initiate a conversation with one of the Administrators on discord:
Dragonfire may revise these terms of service for its website at any time without notice. By using this website you are agreeing to be bound by the then current version of these terms of service.
Website & Game Account
The user may register an account and password for the service for free. You are responsible for all activity under your account, associated accounts, and passwords. The site is not responsible for unauthorised access to your account, and any loss of virtual items associated with it.
Privacy policy

Dragonfire ("dynasty", "vanilla", "us", "we", or "our") operates the website (the "Website").

This page informs you of our policies regarding the collection, use and disclosure of personal data when you use our Website and the choices you have associated with that data. This policy should be read in conjunction with the Terms of Use.

Collecting Information

Whenever you access or make use of any of the Website, Materials or Services, we may collect the following types of information from you:

  • Information you provide directly to us, including:
    • when you create a website or an game account, your email address, user name and password;
    • your MAC/IP address when logging in to your Account, or when performing other actions on the Website/Game while logged in to your Account.
  • Information contained in your correspondence with us, for example, when you send us an email; and
    • information collected during the course of your use of the Website, Materials or Services, including
    • character names and gameplay information;
    • any Communication
    • the IP address of your machine when connected to the internet, the operating system and the browser your computer uses and any search engine you are using, the date and time you are visiting, the URLs of the Website pages you visit associated with your access.
  • information collected from third parties where you have authorised this or the information is publicly available; and
  • information collected through our use of cookies or similar technologies. Please refer to' Cookies: in this page for further information.
Use of Information
  • Dragonfire uses the information provided by you:
    • to provide the Website, Materials and Services to you;
    • to verify that your user Account is not being used by others;
    • to send emails to you with information regarding your Account, for example if you forget your password and choose to reset it; and
    • to respond to communications from you.
  • Dragonfire uses the information generated by your access or use of the Website/Game:
    • to monitor the performance of the Website/Game and ensure that it perform in the best manner possible;
    • to conduct research and statistical analysis (on an anonymised basis).
Disclosing Information

Dragonfire does not sell your personal data to third parties or provide such data to direct marketing companies or other such organisations.

Internet use

While we takes reasonable steps to maintain secure internet connections, if you provide Dragonfire with personal information over the internet, the provision of that information is at your own risk. If you post your personal information on the Website's public pages or in-game, you acknowledge that the information you post is publicly available. If you follow a link on the Website to another website, the owner of that website will have its own privacy notice relating to your personal information that you should review before you provide any personal information.

Your rights

Your rights in relation to your personal data under the GDPR include (subject to any legal exceptions):

  • right of access - if you ask Dragonfire, it will confirm whether it is processing your personal data including the purposes, categories, source and use of the data and provide you with a copy of that personal data.
  • right to rectification - if the personal data we holds about you is inaccurate or incomplete, you have the right to have it rectified or completed. We will take every reasonable step to ensure personal data which is inaccurate is rectified.
  • right to erasure – Dragonfire will delete your personal data when it is no longer needed for the purposes for which you provided it. You may request that we delete your personal data and it will do so if deletion does not contravene any applicable laws.
  • right to withdraw consent - if the basis of Dragonfire' processing of your personal data is consent, you can withdraw that consent at any time.
  • right to restrict processing - you may request that we restrict or block the processing of your personal data in certain circumstances.
  • right to object to processing - you may request that Dragonfire stops processing your personal data at any time and it will do so to the extent required by the GDPR.
  • right to data portability - User has the right to access your personal data collected by us, as well as the right to make a copy of it.

If you would like to exercise any of your above rights, please contact us at [email protected].


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