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Tibia is a massive multiplayer online role-playing game (MMORPG) launched on January 7th, 1997, created by the German company CipSoft GmbH, which can be downloaded here. This wiki is devoted to Tibia.

See Tibia (computer game) at Wikipedia.

Tibia is also the name of a fictional continent within the game world (often referred to as "Mainland" or simply "Main") containing five of the seventeen major towns. When the goddess Tibiasula died, her body was divided into the four elements, including the earth: Tibia.

See Tibia (Continent).

Tibia is also a bone in the human body, located in the lower leg. Despite having the same name this is just a coincidence as the name was entirely made up. Only much later CipSoft found out about it.

See Tibia (bone) at Wikipedia.

The Game[]

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Tibia is a free-to-play game with a subscription option (called Premium) in which players can freely explore the world, offering a true sandbox experience. With the exception of the small Tutorial and the limitations of the beginner islands Rookgaard and Dawnport, Tibia does not force players to follow any quest line and most of the world can, in principle, be explored by any player (although, in practice, without the adequate Level it is impossible to survive in many places).

One of Tibia's most characteristic traits is the lack of a level or experience limit, unlike most other MMORPGs. Even though each level requires more experience to reach than the last, following an exponential curve, there is no hard cap, and leveling up continuously is one of the basic goals of many players. Besides reaching higher levels, there are many other things Tibians usually set as goals, such as:

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  • Improving a given Skill (either for the game or to show up in the highscores);
  • Completing all or specific Quests, especially the most challenging ones;
  • Fighting other players in PvP worlds, which happens in scales that go from small 1 versus 1 fights to massive war between guilds with hundreds of players;
  • Having a House and decorating it with some of the thousands of available items in the game, many of which can be used to display wealth or other goals which the player has achieved;
  • Dedicating to completionist features such as Achievements, the Bestiary and the Bosstiary, as well as collecting all sorts of categories of items (for example Dolls, Creature Products, Contest Prizes);
  • Building or joining a Guild in order to play along with friends and help each other accomplish common goals;

The game can be played in one of several Game Worlds, all of which are identical in their general game mechanics and features ( like their map, items, quests etc) but can differ between each other regarding their PvP type and are located in either Europe, North America or South America, offering players from different regions of the real-life world the opportunity to play the game with low latency.

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Tibia is under constant evolution, and two Major Updates are released every year, one during the north-hemisphere summer (in July or August) and another during winter (November or December). Furthermore, small patches with bugfixes or balancing changes are released almost every week, in order to keep the game healthy and functional.

Besides the Premium Time, which gives many benefits such as access to exclusive areas and features, players can also perform micro-transactions using Tibia Coins, which can be bought from CipSoft or Official Resellers. Tibia Coins can be used to buy several in-game products, such as temporary XP Boosts, cosmetics such as Mounts and Outfits, decorations for houses and Guildhalls, and more. Tibia Coins are also used in Character Auctions, a system through which players can buy and sell characters from/to each other.

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