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Carlo / Jan 17, 2022 / Site news
The Neverwinter Connections community multiplayer module list has been updated, the latest additions being:

SKS01 Ruins of Tcheou Cherng v2 for NWN1 EE by vendalus:


The Defence of Fort Tremagne by Guthlac:

The complete list, which has a number of campaigns and individual modules suitable for all levels and party sizes, can be found at:

Recommended additions to the list are welcomed. I can be DM'd here on the main NWC site or the NWC Discord; authors or players are also welcome to post in the forums here. Modules should be available for download on Neverwinter Vault and have been run-through successfully in a multiplayer game. Players can attest to that by posting on the Vault page.
Carlo / Oct 31, 2021 / Site news
October 31st is the Daylight Savings Time change day in Europe, so for those games with mixed groups of players by time zone, people will need to take that into account.

The US changes on November 7th.

Campaign games posted on the main site calendar automatically adjust for the different time zones, as long as the time is correct for the poster, and you've set your time zone as a registered user:

You can also use a tool such as the Time Zone Converter for a quick individual check of a game's reference time:
Carlo / Sep 28, 2020 / Site news

The recently-launched Neverwinter Nights Workshop community site is dedicated to hosting guides on all aspects of NWN and NWN:EE gaming. The site owner, Orion, has been a long-time NWN gamer and has done a lot of work on various PC builds, among other things.

Regarding multiplayer and DM-led gaming, Orion found out about Neverwinter Connections and its guides and resources. After doing a lot of research, he conducted an extensive interview with Carlo on the subject, which goes over both the contemporary NWC site and the rich history behind the original one.

The interview, which includes a number of graphics from NWC and its community members, can be found here:
Carlo / Mar 01, 2020 / Site news
Daylight saving time (DST) madness is coming again soon, which affects organizing group play across time zones. It starts on Sunday, March 8 in the U.S., with the clocks advancing one hour. This year there is a fairly large gap in time until Europe changes on March 29. And people in a number of places don't have DST, but will need to take into account other players who do shift. Worldwide list of DST dates is here:

Using the NWC Events Calendar can help provide a central point of reference for players across time zones. Registered users can adjust their time zone account settings as needed here:

Events calendar items should have their start times updated, if needed, as a reminder.
Carlo / Jan 21, 2020 / Site news
The Neverwinter Connections Multiplayer Connection and Hosting Guide (v2 for PC) has just been updated, adding info on the settings changes introduced with Patch 1.79. The content has also been streamlined and reformatted a bit to make it even more new player friendly.

For those new to multiplayer, it walks through the whole process of how to get in game and how to host a module on your own computer. It also serves as a reference on what some server and client settings actually affect in-game.
Carlo / Oct 03, 2019 / Site news
A new category for videos has been added to the Multiplayer Resource Page. The initial list of videos is given below and additional suggestions for community service / tutorial videos are welcome. If people would like to post videos of specific PW experiences, this can be done on the Persistent Worlds Announcements forum.