Advanced Dungeons & Rabbits
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Advanced Dungeons & Rabbits (ADR) is a role-playing game modification for the popular internet forum phpBB. Available under the GNU General Public License, ADR is free software. The modification is written in the PHP programming language.
History[edit | edit source]
ADR was originally released on February 10, 2004 by a French phpBB MODder knows as Dr.DLP/Malicious Rabbit. He developed the MOD up to version 0.2.1. At this point, pressures of a medical degree forced him to quit, and he asked Seteo-Bloke if he would like to continue the development. Seteo-Bloke, or Set', had been learning PHP by developing MODs for ADR, and agreed, releasing a new version on December 28, 2004.
ADR is a very large modification of phpBB, and is used by many people around the world. Their Website has over three thousand members, and is frequented by guests everywhere.
Future Development[edit | edit source]
Seteo-Bloke has currently no plans to develop ADR to be compatible with phpBB3, although another developer (Ganondorf/Ganon-Master) has been working on this. A version has been released, but it contains bugs and is currently undergoing a complete rewrite by Ganon Master.
Developers and past developers include Ganonmaster/Ganondorf, Seteo-Bloke, ShadowTek, Ethalic, and One_Piece.
MODs and Extensions[edit | edit source]
There are many MODs and extensions to ADR, but a few of the most prominent ones are:
Rabbitoshi A pet MODification originally developed by Dr DLP as a separate modification for phpBB and recently Ethalic and Shadowtek whom have worked to make Rabbitoshi integrated with ADR. Rabbitoshi enables users to keep a (cyber)pet which they may use in an ADR battle however this is not required and earlier versions contained their own battle code.
Zone MOD Developed by One_Piece, it enables site administrators to create NPCs with quests, as well as a Zone-changing system.
Features[edit | edit source]
ADR boasts a full PvP and monster battle arena, a jail, skills, a forge, shops, warehouses, and many other features. It requires a points MOD of some kind, the most popular being CashMOD.