every travian player wants to know, what exactly can multihunter see about your
account. We know it and we can give to you the whole multihunter manual as a word
Your Multihunter account serves
only one purpose which is answering igms from players. The account is banned
and cannot participate in the game.
Attention: Read igms you
answered have to be moved into the archive! Please move it there directly after
you answered it or you might get confused whether you already answered it or
not. In case you or anyone else needs to check the conversation later it’ll
still be available. Do not delete messages of (already) deleted players but
move them to the archive, too, you’ll never know whether you still need
1. In your account there are two specialties: First of
all you can see a history of messages sent to you by a specific player, just
click his name and it’ll appear. You should click this one first before opening
any messages because you can hereby see whether the player sent multiple
messages (happens if they he/she thinks you’re too slow). Also you can ready
older messages from this player very easy with this function as all messages
from the specific player will be displayed. Behind the player name a small
symbol is displayed:. A click on this link will open the player’s profile in
the acp in a new window. Attention: The symbol only gets displayed if you
logged into the acp before logging into the in game account.
By clicking the "Sent” in the table heading the order of the igms will be
reversed. The oldest message will be first. This is also the way you should
answer your messages, oldest first, latest in the end. An additional
click will set the order to the default way again.
function in the archive
Because looking for a single message
from a specific player in your archive would drive one crazy a search function
has been implemented:
URL of the
you’re looking for igms from the player with the user id 1234 attach the
following to the URL:http://…/nachrichten.php?t=3&from=1234
function in "Sent”
It’s almost the same procedure for
messages you sent to some player:
URL of the
you’re looking for igms to the player with the user id 1234 attach the
following to the URL:http://…/nachrichten.php?t=2&to=1234
IDs / Report IDs
Assuming we have player A who reports
insults that have been sent to him by player B and to prove this he sent s you
a copy of the insults. Unfortunately this is no proof we can use because such a
text can easily be faked. Due to this you have to ask player A to give you the
message ID to be able to read the original message. The message ID is the
number at the end of the URL in the browser’s address line (example: http://s3.travian.com/nachrichten.php?id=7050075
The same applies to report IDs. Once the player told you the ID of the message in question go to reporter’s profile in the
The box above is on the right upper part of the profile.
1. Here you have to enter the message ID and afterwards press ok. You have to be logged into your Multihunter account to be able to read the message.
2. Here you have to enter the report ID. Being logged into your in game account is not necessary to see the report.
3. ACP General
The Admin Control Panel (ACP) can be accessed by
entering following URL in the address line of your browser: http://sX.travian.com/admin.php
(X resembling the number of the world). The access code you received
is for your personal access only and may not be passed on to others in any
case. Furthermore using the ACP on public computers or near other Travian
players should be avoided at any costs. Make sure that, if you have to use a
public computer, all login data can be deleted irreversibly and completely.
The general overview
can be accessed by clicking "Multisearch” after successfully logging into
the ACP. Above the entry Multisearch there is the entry Statistics which are
not of any importance to this tutorial, however.
function - This is the link to the search function page.
Multisearch - After clicking "Multisearch” the ranking of the current
world will be displayed in hundred players per page. Additional information
will be given on the next page.
3. Online - With this tool
you can compare the online times of various accounts. A more detailed
description about the way it works will follow later in this
4. History - Here you can see the latest 100
punishments that have been applied on this world. All punishments, deletions
and e-mail changes are listed here. Each with the date and name of the
5. Banned - Here you can see a list of all
players currently banned. The list includes uid of the player, the ban reason,
the MH who banned the account and various other information. You can sort by
almost everything, too, just click the headers.
items - You can search for various account related information here. The
account name, alliance names, village names, e-mail addresses, ckeys, IPs and
even deleted players.
7. Search box - Enter the item to
search for here. A wildcard search is also possible - use the asterisk * for
This is the history tab. Here you can look through all
changes done to players’ accounts. Who did it, when and what. This is the
banned players list. Here you can look through the list of all players which
are currently banned.
3.1. Travian Multisearch
The Multisearch is
the tool you need to actually hunt for violations of the rules on
your own, independent of players’ reports. However, you should only use this
tool if you have enough time to answer the messages afterwards. On the average
4-5 IGMs per case. So banning more than 20-25 players is rather counterproductive.
After you banned a larger account you should make sure that you can answer
possible messages shortly after their arrival.
You want to look at the ranking 15000-15099 instead
of 1-100? Either do an endurance testing with your mouse button by clicking the
arrows below the speech bubble no. 6 or add &p=15000 to the URL. The
numbers may vary depending on which ranks you want to
1. Ranking - The player’s rank in the in game
statistics (player statistics) is depicted here. Also a RED background color
tells you that the player is currently banned.
name - By clicking the name you will be forwarded to the ACP Profile of the
3. Resources - Here information about sent
and received resources is depicted. By clicking the table heading you can sort
the list in two ways. Either starting with the player who received the most
resources or who sent the most
Grey: Means that no irregularities are at hand.
The player is neglecting his/her account. The amount depicted is the sum of resources sent away and received. In most cases this resembles a
violation of the rules.
Green (+): Received
resources from other accounts. Just because the value is
it does not necessarily mean that he/she is violating the rules so take a close look if you want to ban the account!
Res(%) - Here you can see a percentage displayed depending on the hourly
production of the player. The exact value will be shown if you hover
of the "m” (short for marketplace transfers). To give you a better
overview the m has different colors depending on the percentage.
m - Receiver of the resources
0-70% of the allowed resources have been sent away
70-120% of the allowed resources have been sent away
more than 120% of the allowed resources have been sent away
m!!! - more than 200% receiver’s hourly production received
m!!! - more than 200% of the allowed resources have been
5. Passwords - xp tells you how many accounts
use the same password. The x is the amount of accounts having the
same password. 3p for example means that 3 accounts have the same password.
This can be evidence for multiaccounting but doesn’t necessarily have to.
Therefor you should take a closer look at the account itself before
banning it. Hint: Occasionally you can see things like 50p this
happens mostly due to players using ultra safe passwords like "12345″ or
6. Page turning - As described above you
can use the arrows to turn the page to the following respectively previous100
7. Cookie overlapping in percentages - This value
displays how many cookies from other accounts overlap with this one. This can
be evidence for multiaccounting, too. Mind the "can be” - unfortunately
sitters and same pc users are not excluded. However, high values are
worth looking at in any case.
3.2. Account Profile
The account profile is a
combination of many different tools. These tools help you finding violations of
the rules or enable you to edit various things at the account you look at. The
tools will be explained one after another on the following pages in detail.To
access an account profile you can simply enter a name in the search mask, use
the multisearch table or click an ACP symbol in your inbox.
1. Search information - Here is a short
infobox. It contains some information concerning the player and
whether there are more people with a similar name available.
2. User ID (UID) - The User ID of the player you look at. The red
colored word is the ban reason (assuming the player you look at is
3. Game information - Here you can see
information concerning the player and the related things in game
such as ranl, tribe alliance villages and population of the account.
4. Change location - This right is reserved to full
Multihunters and above.
5. PLUS/GOLD - This tells you
whether a player has/had PLUS/GOLD. Once the PLUS expired the date
will be displayed in a light gray. IMPORTANT: Do not favor PLUS/GOLD players
but do not simply delete them either. If you have to delete PLUS/GOLD players message either Tschena or flying_fortress first (respectively
keep track of the names and reasons). Assuming the player has Gold another row
above this one will tell you how much.
Profile - The player profile. Medals are depicted as code and not as images.
7. Quests - This row shows you whether or not
the player did all quests. You can also see which type he/she chose
(Military, Economy) and whether the player received a "huge
army” as well as whether all quests have been fulfilled.
8. Change name - Here you can change the player’s account name. Account names
will be changed until 100 inhabitants only. The only exception to this would be
an offending account name. Important: Check whether the name already exists
before renaming an account and tell the player that he will not be
able to login with the old name afterwards. Make sure he knows when this
renaming will happen.
9. E-Mail address - Here you can
see the account’s e-mail address. In case the player wants his e-mail address
changed he7she can do so at the account preferences on his/her own without any
interferance by MHs or Admins. A MH cannot change e-mail addresses!
10. Change profile - In case the player’s profile does not fit the
game rules as described at §7 you can change the profile here. Leave
a notice for the player like "changed by Admin, violated the
Netiquette.” after you changed it.
11. Delete player -
Here you can delete a player. You will be asked to enter the
deletion password first, though.
12. Write message - Here
you can write an IGM to the player (e.g. after choosing "Other”
as reason for a ban, but you’ll get detailed information about this
later on). After you clicked this link you will be forwarded to your
3.2.2. Villages in travian
1. Delete village - By
clicking the red X you can delete a single village. After clicking
it you will be asked to confirm this deletion via a special "delete”-menu and the ACP password.
name/Village details - By clicking the village name you will be forwarded to a detail page concerning the village. An elaborate description
about this page can be found at 3.2.3.
Starved troops - Important: This function is reserved for the Tech-Support
and not to be used by Multihunters. With it starved troops can be
4. Inhabitants & Upkeep (Crop usage) The
first figure depicts the number of inhabitants in this village. The
second figure the upkeep the troops (own and foreign) in the village
need. Tip: Even though troops won’t starve while an account is
banned they still eat crop and will start to starve directly after the ban has been lifted. Therefor take care while banning players with many
troops. If possible you should be able to answer any messages the
player sends for some time after you banned him or send him a
message of your own that he will be banned in case he does not
cooperate. In case a ban cannot be circumvented the player should be
allowed to fill his granaries so that his troops might live.
5. Coordinates- The village’s coordinates on the
3.2.3. Travian Village Details
Foreword: To get to this overview you have to click the village name in the ACP
profile of a player as mentioned in 3.2.1. The details described on
this page are first of all a guideline to help you verify
information a player gave you. A good example would be "Help
me, I cannot build barracks in village xyz!”. At the village details
page you can directly see whether he/she fulfills the prerequisites.