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image:USA.gif Dolera
Type: Hardcore PvP
Online Since: June 29, 2004
Location: USA
Server Save: 12:00 CET

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The name Dolera is derived from Spanish dolerá (conjugation of doler (to hurt [something])), which in turn is perhaps derived from dolor (pain, as a noun), from Latin dolor (pain, sorrow, anguish ...) The server name literally means It' will hurt in Spanish.

Additional Information

Lokke Biff with the teddy bear.
  • Ron Para was the first to obtain Amazon Armor and also the first on Tibia.
  • It is highly suggested to join a guild upon starting Dolera.
  • Dolera was the last server to finish Pits Of Inferno Quest.
  • Confu Torture was the first player to achieve level 200 on Dolera.

Advantages and Disadvantages

  • You can kill any player with no game restrictions.
  • The main languages spoken are spanish, portuguese and english.
  • Dolera seldom reaches 500+ players. Absolutely no queue. That's because people are killed constantly.
  • More than 1000 players die every day.
  • Both Amulets of Loss and blessings exist, after implemented in the 8.53 update.
  • Lots of houses are available.
  • Many items have extremely low values and rares are hard to sell.
  • Many players are untrustworthy; paranoia is an ally.
  • Gamemasters rarely visit this server. It's up to players to discipline cheaters.
  • Respawns are usually empty and the most popular cities (Venore, Thais, Carlin) are often Death Zones.
  • The Guildless Rule is in effect, which prohibits anyone without connections to play.
  • Dolera is the most populated Hardcore PvP Server.

Premium Time

In Dolera, buying premium means more than additional features. It means surviving. It is highly advised to afford one to go past level 20. This is why:

  • Haste and Strong Haste are the best anti-PK tools.
  • With more places to hunt it's easier getting the lost experience back.
  • Players tend to be more sociable when talking to premiums.
  • Meeting important players is a lot easier because most of them live in premium towns.
  • Free towns are frequently raided by PKers.
  • The enlarged VIP list helps keeping track of an eventual war. Knowing which side is in charge at the moment can prevent stupid deaths.


Wars in PvP-Enforced are a bit different to regular ones. The strategy of using low level characters to give enemies unjustified kills doesn't exist for obvious reasons. Also, anyone can frag as much as they want which allows good PVPers to continue their massacre.

Alliance of Dolera vs Shikon

The Para family dominated Dolera for a long time. In 2005 March 18th a guild made of high levels, the Alliance of Dolera, decided to take over the server declaring war on Shikon, the Para's guild. Three months later it seemed the war had come to an end.

Pandemonium vs Chaos Riders - The 4 days war

The highest level of Dolera of the time, Lowix, had declared war on the guild Chaos Warriors on December 27th. The reason was the murdering of his friend and the abuse of a game weakness. Lowix was killed a few hours after the war declaration going from level 136 to 133. After four days Maguz Pistolero, founder and leader of Del Chaos, made an agreement with Lowix, leader of the opposing side Pandemonium. Maguz Pistolero was asked to pay 200,000 gold coins in 2 weeks in exchange of Lowix ensuring no one in his guild bothers a Del Chaos member.

Shinsengumi vs Del Chaos, Pandemonium and Vengence of Deceit Alliance

No war declaration started this war. It's said a group of hunted players started it attacking the high levels of the strongest guilds. The Shinsengumi massacre in Thais, the multiple deaths of the highest level at the time, Lowix, and the death of Vazilisk were some of the most memorable parts of this war.

Pandemonium 694 vs 684 Del Chaos

The murdering of Athraz and Aldarith on 2007 December 24th started this war. All war information can be found in this thread. It was considered by many to be a nationality war between Americans and Mexicans. Like the majority of wars on Dolera one side left the server without much explanation leaving Del Chaos to run the server.

Del Chaos 71 vs 26 Vae Victus

Many of the hunted characters who did not leave the server after the war formed Nightmare and continually launch attacks on Del Chaos.

  • November 10th: Del Chaos, Deadly and Ka Bros disbanded to become one in Vae Victus. The former members of Nightmare recreated Del Chaos as a joke.

Blitzkriieg 13 vs 9 Blackened

The conflict started when Sir Ucker was killed by the opposing guild. Both guilds consists of members who once were part of Del Chaos. More information can be found on the official fraglist thread.

  • November 9th: Maguz Pistolero made a recruitment letter followed by an explanation on Blackened reasons to start this war.
  • November 12th: Edkeys forced a cease fire. The war is over.

Mavens 290 vs 234 Deadly

War started upon the death of Deadly members Gerardo De Aragon, Mounsieur Lujuria and Totitos. It was justified with the premise Deadly was randoming Brazilian Academy members. Some say it was caused by Edkeys, the leader untill then, going on vacations. It's most likely the combination of both.

  • January 6th: Brazilian Army was disbanded to create Care Bears.
  • January 7th: Blitzkriieg declared war on Care Bears.
  • January 9th: The creation of Mavens represents the return of the players who fought for Pandemonium, Checkmate and Nightmare. It is now the main war guild opposing Deadly.
  • February 13th: The chileans, once known as good allies of Vae Victus, sided with Mavens.
  • February 17th: During a fake open battle, the chileans and brazilians joined forces with mexicans in Vae Victus against the rest of Mavens.

The fraglist can be seen here. Check the old one for further information.

Shottaz 169 vs 131 Del Chaos

This is the sequence of the conflict involving brazilian, chilean, mexican and american team. After being betrayed by their allies, the americans in Dipset settled an alliance with mexicans who had disbanded Vae Victus to recreate Del Chaos.

  • March 25th: The war is over. Del Chaos wins.

More information in the official fraglist.

Dipset 189 vs 120 Del Chaos

As many predicted the two armies didn't last long together. After the dust had settled down the hostilities arose progressively. Dipset broke the hipocrisy striking surprise attacks against Del Chaos at April 11th.

  • June 1st: The war is over. Del Chaos controls the server.

The fraglist can be found here or here.

Notoriouz 47 vs 42 Primal Fear

The recently made guild Notoriouz started this war upon killing two members of the guild Murderers Inc, Dikaris Shianus and Efleko, without a war declaration, as usual in Dolera. Murderers Inc was disbanded and came back as Primal Fear.

  • July 9th: The war begins. The ruling guild Forsaken and allies remained neutral at the beginning.

More information and fraglist here.

Forsaken 149 vs 187 Pandemonium

Lowix returns to claim the server he once ruled back. Roughly speaking, all brazilians and chileans that were in Primal Fear fights the ruling guilds of mexicans with the aid of americans.

  • July 18th: The previous conflict grows into a war involving the whole server.

More information in the fraglist

Awaken 45 vs 40 Criminal Union

No big surprises in this war except Criminal Union represents all the hunted players ranked by the group they belong. As a reaction to this, Forsaken disbanded and gathered together in a larger guild composing Awaken.

  • October 1st: War starts. Nothing really changes.

More information in the fraglist

Waterloo 55 vs 2 Crimson Sunset

The murdering of Sammy fixie triggered the first 2010 war. The first few days were very succesfull due to a rather controversial strategy concerning stacking. Mage Sigi bravely reacted on Proposal Board urging for a change in the 2009 Autumn's Patch, which can be seen here.

  • February 3rd: The war begins.

More information in the fragilist and the main article.


The Fall of the Paras

The article written by Elathron summarizes what is known to be The Fall of the Paras.

"Everything has an end. An old saying that is applied to real life situations everyday. But, on a world like Dolera. Where one group, a family called The Paras have ruled so long, and prevented many from over taking them by killing them down if they were percieved as a threat, this saying seemed like only a mere hope. For months, the first level 100 on pvp enforced server was hunted. Him and his friends were kept down, by the paras and their collaboraters. Dozens more players also took the same fate and the server was ruled with an iron fist. The end was near though. More and more people were fed up with this sort of dictorial government. And this past week, the server has been finally retaken after months of surpression. With the combined psychological tactics of Solo Draconis,and his way of words. He was able to get on the side of the paras. Get his level up and his real life friends, and began to work on real allys, allys that in battle matter. Players like the intelligent sorcerer Nyalith and the persistant Lowix. Of course, its not this simple. Other events like, the killing of Nyalith by Lavs prompted Nyalith to fight instead of sitting by and living along side with the Paras. Either way, the manner of how this destiny become unfolded is somewhat irrelevant. Of course, other events with Xeberus gave the resistance a lot more strength, because Xeberus buddies would help aswell. Either way with the combined battle tactics of Lowix and Xeberus the paras have been finally eliminated. Demoralized as Lowix might have been for being hunted off a level 100+ character for so many months, he and others were still able to fight with enough determination to win. Perhaps this is the inveitable on a ruling power. But one, cannot help but admire the willpower of these players"

Free Kills

Nuttymiked explains the reason why it's common sense to kill guildless players.

"Was it always like this in Dolera? No it wasn't. It certainly meant a lot to be in a decent guild as in any server. But a few years ago you could play fairly normally without being in a guild. I did, I managed to get level 60+ as a mage when there was only 10 level 60+ mages in the entire server. So when did this come about? Well for some of you older guys you may have remembered when a large group of Infernians were claiming to "Invade Dolera and take over the server." This happened maybe 2 years ago. A large group of them started making low level mages and started heading over here. the Infernians were all guildless to hide themselves and Elack Arcar and a few other high levels basically mandated that every guildless person on Dolera was hunted. So a mass genocide of guildless people occured and the Infernians eventually revealed themselves and were subsequently crushed. But the old guildless rule stuck and morons from protected guilds have been happily killing guildless without really knowing where this "rule" came to be. Kind of like a bunch of spoiled brats leeching off of the spoils of their rich parents. Oh well."


The Order of the Dragon

Shadow of Ugee narrates the story of the oldest guild in Dolera.

Shortly after the first humans were created, there arose a fierce war between beast and man. The formidable dragonlord and her offspring, the dragons, had become dreadfully enraged by their inferiority to the seemingly weak, but vast hordes of people. In an act of sheer, passionate revenge, the mighty dragons waged war against the new race: humans.

Fortunately for the humans, the new creatures of the gods, they had in them an innate skill to defend themselves and fight. But even so, the noxious smoke and the sweltering heat of the dragons' fire engulfed the courageous humans. The outlook seemed gravely bleak for the human race in its entirety. The wars carried on for years and years...

Continue reading here.

External links

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