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D&D and Friends

Posted by Keith Cross on May 03, 2007  | Comments

D&D and Friends -

Dungeons and Dragons Online has made some changes to the friends panel. Improvements include increased levels of customization, the ability to see a friend's class and level and more powerful sorting functions.

The first thing you will likely notice about the new Friends panel is that the information you see for each friend now looks a lot like what you find in the Who panel. When viewing your friends list you will see all the relevant information about your friend: race, gender, class, level, guild, and party status (when they are online). Looking for a rogue? You can now sort your friends list for each of these categories.

Unlike the Who panel where you can enter a comment about yourself for others to see, the Friends panel provides a custom comment entry where you can describe your friend (as another characters alt, their playstyle, anything you like). Simply select the friend you would like to write a comment about, enter a comment into the comment text field at the bottom of the panel, and click the update button. The comment will now appear in the entry for the selected friend.

The basic functions of the friends list remain: you can add a friend by entering their name in the text field at the top of the panel and clicking the 'Add' button. Or you can target the player in the game world, which will automatically fill in the text entry field with the players name. At the bottom of the friends list are three buttons: 'Remove' to remove a friend from the list, 'Invite' to send a request to your friend to join your party, and a new 'Tell' button to send a tell to your friend.

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