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The keep is the large castle-like section of your Citadel. It is also the most impressive-looking area. Here, you and your clanmates will be able to socialise, hold meetings and generally get to know each other in comfortable surroundings.
The party room exists to allow the clan to let their hair down and have a good time. It is available from tier 3 onwards.
In the party room, there are plenty of places to sit, a large dancefloor so you can strut your stuff, and a lever (from tier 4) which will drop balloons on your party. These balloons have a chance to drop party-related items such as fireworks, confetti and bubble makers. The party room cannot be used to organise traditional drop parties with a party chest and item drops.
A Citadel offers four meeting room facilities:
The tent and the small meeting rooms can be used for meetings, catering for up to 10 simultaneous visitors. When you create a meeting, you are asked whether you wish to make it a public or private meeting. Public meetings can be entered and used by any clanmate to talk. If you want an area where you can talk with only higher ranked clanmates, you will need to pick a private meeting.
The first clanmate to set up a private meeting will get to choose who can access it. You won't be able to choose any ranks that are higher than your own, however - after all, you will need to be able to get into the meeting! Within the private meeting you will also have a ballot box where clanmates can vote for any issues you put before them.
If all clanmates leave a meeting, the meeting will be stopped automatically after a few moments.
You can invite other players in the Clan Citadel to your meeting if you wish. The player who created the meeting will receive an item in their inventory: a 'master invitation'. This will expire after 15 minutes (or should the build tick occur). Before that time elapses, you can exit or return to your meeting freely. To invite other players, use your master invitation on them. They will receive a 'meeting invitation' in their inventory which they can use to access the meeting. Note that, while you can invite as many players as you like, only 10 invited players can be in the meeting at any one time. These invited players do not have to be clanmates, but they do have to be members. The meeting invitation will be deleted once it has been used to enter the meeting.
The senate is an area which can be used in a public manner where people can come and go as they will. It is designed to allow big and impressive meetings, with rows of benches and a podium in the middle for a speaker to stand.
Available at tier 5 onwards, the theatre section of the keep allows your clan to put on a show for other clan mates, even those who are not affined to your clan. Note that you can have a maximum of 250 people inside the theatre, and that theatre security is the same as your keep's access permissions.
There are 3 parts to the theatre:
When you first enter your theatre, and if you are a designated technician, you will be asked to select a backdrop and a lighting scheme. The interface to the right will show for this. Once you have decided press 'accept' to commit your changes. You can change your backdrop at any time (see Props Machine) but the lighting can only be changed if no-one else is in the theatre.
Theatre technicians - set through the permissions interface - can make a list of up to 15 actors. Guests to your clan can be actors too, as long as they have permission to enter the keep.
Technicians can also operate the machinery in the backstage area (one technician per machine - use the 'query' option to see who is using the machine - with it being possible to have one technician run all three machines).
Note that the options mentioned below can only be bookmarked or used for a single performance. They are reset if your theatre is empty for more than 10 minutes, or if your theatre is reset.
You can open or close the curtains using the winch on the east side of the backstage area. The curtains can be operated even if the backdrop and props are being changed.
The technician operating the spot light machine can control 4 spot lights. These lights can be aimed at clan mates on the stage, and have their colours changed. You can also turn the light off or on as you please without changing the target of the light.
For each spot light there are 3 controls. To change the colour click the drop down box on the first control. The second control lets you target a clan mate who is standing on the stage. The final control lets you turn the spot light on or off.
This interface shows all of the props that you have access to. To place one, simply click the prop and then click an area on the stage. You can have 4 rows of props.
Props can't overlap and there must be a path for your actors to move through at all points. You will be alerted in the chatbox if you cannot place a prop for any reason.
To delete a prop, click the delete icon and then click the prop that you no longer want on the stage. Alternatively, you can delete all props using the delete all icon.
Some props can be rotated after they have been placed. Click the rotate icon then click your prop. Each rotation is 90 degrees clockwise.
The props machine also allows you to specify your actors and change your backdrop. Right clicking the prop machine will show you these options.
The backdrop option will show you the theatre options interface, first shown when you enter the theatre. The actor option will bring up the actors interface.
On the actors interface, click the '+' icon and then click on a player to add them to the actors' list, the '-' icon removes them. You can also restrict the stage to actors from this interface: just tick the checkbox to activate stage restriction.
This is a simple interface that lists all of the sound effects with a play button and a bookmark button. Bookmarking (the '+' icon) adds the sound effect to the 'favourites' tab.
If you no longer want to bookmark a sound effect, simply press the '-' icon next to the sound effect on the 'favourites' tab.
Make sure to play the sound effects in time with the actions that your actors are performing for the ultimate experience for your audience.
As an actor, you are the star of the show and it's only right that you get some tools to help you be the very best!
When you step onto the stage a new interface will appear. This allows you to choose which direction you want to face without lots of moving around. Simply move to the area of the stage you wish to stand, and press the arrows to face the desired direction.
You will not be able to use this interface while sitting.