Events

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Events list everything that had happened to your account, chronologically. They can be saved, deleted, sent to others, or viewed. Excluding saved events, the view goes back to a maximum of (approximately) 2500 events. As more events occur, the oldest ones are deleted first. When you have a new event, the link in your Sidebar will be bold and the number of new events shown in brackets afterwards. If you are using the default Sidebar, the Events button will also be coloured green when you have a new event.

Some examples of different events include:

  • Chedburn attacked you but managed to run away. [View]
  • Chedburn sent an application to join your faction.
  • Chedburn bought 2 x Lollipop from your bazaar for $500.
  • Chedburn mugged you but could not find any cash. [View]
  • Chedburn has accepted the trade with you. You must now accept to finalize it. Please click here to continue.
  • Chedburn busted you out of jail.
  • Chedburn attacked you and hospitalized you. [View]
  • Chedburn has put a bounty on you with a $1,000,000 reward.
  • Chedburn has accepted the trade with you. You must now accept to finalize it. Please click here to continue.
  • You have been selected by Chedburn to participate in an organised crime. You, along with 4 others will make up the team to rob a bank in 96 hours.
  • You pop the Xanax pill into your mouth and down a glass of water.

P.S: Usually every event notified will be recorded in your activity log. The exception is Lotto winner. Unless you win the lottery, event regarding the winner of lottery (in which you participated) will not be registered in your activity log.

Chedburn has confirmed that there are changes to the way events are handled in your Events page! This change will eventually allow for some categorisation and ease of sorting.