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Achievements are special flags that players, accounts or clans can attain by accomplishing a specified task in-game. The exact nature of the achievement is highly variable. Some achievements can provide benefits, titles, or other rewards. Other achievements may prove detrimental to a player.
Player achievements apply only to that particular character on an account.
Using abilities or Gaining proficiency with certain types or domains of abilities can provide these achievements.
Using certain types of abilities, breeding, and death can provide these achievements. Crafting achievements are displayed on a separate list.
Attribute achievements are awarded for having a base STAT above or below a specified value.
Every 30 levels gained in a specific class results in an achievement for that class the first time you gain those levels. Having 30 levels of a single class, and 90 levels of a single class award unique title rewards.
Crafting achievements are awarded for creating items using crafting, building, or epicurean skills.
Explorer achievements are earned when a player explores a certain percentage of a CoffeeMUD world, a percentage of an area, or a specific location.
Faction achievements are awarded for attaining the maximum (or minimum) faction with a number of factions, or for meeting specific milestones with specific factions.
Questing Achievements are awarded for accomplishing a certain quest, a number of quests or completing a special story objective.
Slayer achievements are attained when a character completes a set amount of kills of a particular type of MOB, be it of a specified level, race, alignment, name, class or some other parameter or combination of parameters.
Account achievements apply to all characters on the account, although the rewards may be awarded to the character who earned it, or at some other milestone, depending on the achievement.
There are currently two types of account class achievements: Those for sampling a class for 15 levels, and those for retiring a class. There are also meta-achievements for retiring all subclasses within a baseclass.
There are several achievements for completing quests on an account. These achievements provide no rewards or titles.
When a character of level 61 or higher uses the REMORT command, they gain an achievement based on the classes and levels in those classes that they have at the instance before REMORTing. Remort achievements are numbered to display how many times a character must remort at or above the level requirement to gain that achievement (and the associated benefits). All Remort benefits are cumulative, so a level 90 character with 60 levels of fighter and 30 levels of barbarian would gain a fighter 30 remort achievement, a fighter 60 remort achievement and a barbarian 30 remort achievement. Remorting a subsequent time in the same class would increment the "Past Life" number, so a player will receive the benefits of "Past Life II" on the next REMORT after receiving the Past Life I achievement from a particular class. The bonuses from each of those achievements are also cumulative, so if two achievements each offer a Attack +2 bonus, then all subsequent characters on the account would gain Attack +4. Skills and Expertises are granted for free at the level indicated in the "Rcv Lvl" column. Skills gained this way begin with a 0% starting proficiency.
Note: Bonus skills gained from the REMORT system still count against the maximum crafting, noncrafting, or languages that you can learn.
See the class specific Remort tables for specific bonuses:
Clan achievements are awarded based on clan member accomplishments. These achievements often have greatly-increased goals to accomplish, since each member's individual accomplishments contribute to the overall achievement goal.
- The achievements listed on this portion of the wiki are specific to Bo Zimmerman's official CoffeeMUD. They may vary slightly from what is in the default package due to the CoffeeMUD builders' implementations.