Transfer of USA "Bank" to European Game

  • All the buildings have to be rebuilt on each game world for each round.

    Only if you start on a server on a later era, some buildings are set to a level >1, so you have a chance to do the tutorial.

    Frei nach Führungscoach Sandra von Oehsen. Zwei Fragen, die sich Unternehmen stellen sollten:

    Was können unsere Kunden von uns lernen?

    Und was können unsere Kunden von uns lernen, was sie gar nicht lernen sollen?

  • Did he mean money ?

    With money it's the same, money ($) is not transferred between the game worlds and also starts on entering the game world with a set amount, that makes it possible to do the tutorial.


    If he means gold ...

    Then it's complicated.

    Gold will be taken over to the next round on the SAME server, together with the remaining plus dayx.

    Only purchased gold can be transferred to a different server (of the same region/domain/nation) by deleting the avatar on the sending world (options: transfer gold) and wait 3 days (do not login to that world again) and then collect it on the other server. If you got purchased and won gold, I suggest to change the won gold into plus days and get them transferred together with the purchased amount of gold.

    There must be at least 1 purchased gold on the server to do that, otherwise all gold and plus days are gone, if you use the "transfer gold" option. Also: if you buy gold to have some purchased gold, the transfer option will be available after 7 days of waiting.


    There is no way to transfer gold between game worlds of different domains. There WAS a way to transfer gold from on domain (.ru for example) to the INT event server, when an event is running (same as described above), all gold (purchased and won) of an INT event server is free to be collected on any game world of any domain. So, when the event ends (mostly after 2 rounds = 3 months) and do not transfer early you should be able to collect that gold on any other server (.de for example).


    So, if bank means gold .... it's tricky.

    Frei nach Führungscoach Sandra von Oehsen. Zwei Fragen, die sich Unternehmen stellen sollten:

    Was können unsere Kunden von uns lernen?

    Und was können unsere Kunden von uns lernen, was sie gar nicht lernen sollen?