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Hey fellow Adventurers,

You may have already noticed that another Island Move Period has started. But there are a couple of things to be aware of:
  1. The Island Move Period lasts until October 16th
  2. You can only move your island once
  3. The Island must have been created before maintenance on September 16th to be movable
  4. Islands cannot be moved from or to Brecilien
  5. Only personal Islands can be moved
  6. An island move cannot be reversed
There are some exciting changes to Farming and Islands coming with the upcoming update, and of course we want you to be able to make an informed decision about where to move your island to before these changes go live.
For this reason, we’re giving you a little sneak peek of some of these changes.

With the Wild Blood update, crops, herbs, and farm animals will thrive d... Read more
  1. Server Schedules
  2. Season Rewards
  3. What's New This Season
  4. Detailed Season Schedule
  5. Crystal League Schedule
Server Schedules

Albion West Season 21 Schedule - Begins 23 September at 11:00 UTC

Date Weekday Event Portal Binding Removal Day of Season
23.09.2023 Saturday Season start, territories reset, invasions Disabled (11 UTC) 1
24.09.2023 Sunday Scoring starts 2
25.09.2023 Monday Territory Battles start Enabled (11 UTC) 3
21.10.2023 Saturday Resets and invade...
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22 Sep


Originally posted by thoughts_of_stuff

I have a couple of questions!

How do you just throw away items? Or can you only sell them?

Why am I only able to craft weapons and not armor? I have the requirements to craft and everything, just never get the option on any of the smiths.

To craft armors you need to select the 2nd tab on the crafting station. The first one will list weapons, the second armor pieces and the 3rd is for studying items.

With the Wild Blood update arriving October 16, it’s time to take an in-depth look some of its major features. In this Dev Talk, Game Director Robin Henkys and Environment Artist Johannes Geier talk us through the improvements to personal islands and farming that are on the way.

Click here for a written summary: albiono... Read more

21 Sep


Albion’s next Guild Season begins this weekend! At 00:00 UTC on September 23, Albion East Season 3 kicks off. And then, at 11:00 UTC, Albion West Season 21 will begin.

Read more about it here:
Check the full season schedule and rewards here: ... Read more

20 Sep

Hello everyone,

Today we've introduced a Purchase Fee of 30% when buying Gold from the Gold market (but not when buying Premium for Gold or Silver).
Since this may seem like a drastic measure to some of you, I want to explain our goals in this post.

Over the last months, many of you have expressed concerns about the rising price of Gold, as it makes it difficult to earn Premium as a free player.
Since our goal has always been to keep Premium for Silver affordable, we've spent a lot of time analyzing the reasons for the constant rise of Gold prices on the market.

We've noticed that most of the price increase seems to be based on speculation - players investing their silver in Gold in hopes of rising prices, which drives the price of Gold beyond its real value.

With the Purchase Fee, we want to slow down this price increase and move the Gold price back towards reflecting its value in premium.
We're looking forward to seeing the i... Read more

19 Sep


Wild Blood is drawing close: October 16 sees the release of Albion’s latest content update, unleashing its primal side. Shapeshifter Weapons allow players to embody fearsome creatures in combat, while Tracking lets you hunt them across the open world. New, powerful potions can be crafted from their remains, and Awakened Items with unique attributes can be developed through combat. With improvements to player islands and farming, visually reworked Randomized Dungeons, and more, Wild Blood brings new layers to Albion’s sandbox world.

For more on these features, check out the official update page: ... Read more

Albion's final Crystal League Championship took place at the weekend on the East and West servers - and we'd like to congratulate Moral Pro and Last Season on their victories!

Read our wrapup of events here:
Hi everyone,

After collecting about a month of data on the new Gold market purchase fee, we have to say it was unsuccessful in bringing down the costs of Premium the way we had anticipated. We're still figuring out where exactly our predictions failed, but at this point we have to admit that the fee simply isn't achieving what we wanted it to do.

However, the data we collected (and still are collecting) contains lots of valueable insights into how this fee affects the Gold market.

For this reason, and also because we want to avoid market shock, we'll be adjusting the fee downwards in multiple steps, each time measuring its impact, until we reach a point we're happy with.

Our goal is to adjust it to a point where it remains active as a relevant silver sink to help stabilise the silver economy, but does not affect the gold market trade behaviour negatively.

In the first step we'll take the fee down from 30% to 10% and the... Read more

18 Sep

Hello all,

Alongside Into the Fray we’re excited to announce the launch of our new weekly Twitch Drop campaigns. Starting June 8, players watching official Albion Online Content Creators on Twitch will be able to earn special rewards, such as permanent wardrobe and mount skins, or our new Victory Emote charges.

Twitch Drops are an easy way to claim awesome loot just by watching streamers on Twitch. You can track your progress towards these rewards via the progress bar on your Twitch profile. Once you’ve earned rewards, you can claim them as long as you’ve linked your Albion Online and Twitch accounts.

How to Link your Accounts

In order to receive Twitch Drops and have them delivered you will need a Twitch account as well as an Albion Online account. Then simply:
  1. Go to
  2. Make sure you’re logged in with the Albion Online account you want to receive Twitch...
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Albion’s high-stakes Crystal League competition is coming to both Albion East and West for the last time!


The Championship will take place in the offseason on the following dates:

EAST Server CLC Saturday, September 16th: 10:00 UTC - 15:00 UTC
WEST Server CLC Sunday, September 17th: 17:00 UTC - 22:00 UTC
  • The above end times are approximate, depending on how long matches take.
  • Battles will be Non-Lethal AND hard-capped at 1800 IP. Players will have to bring their own gear.
  • Matches will run through the in-game scrim UI. Specific times will be provided to the participants prior to each match.
  • Teams should be prepared to play matches back-to-back if required.
  • Teams will be playing in a single-elimination b...
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15 Sep

Another Guild Season is over, and it’s time to announce the winners. So congratulations to Escalation, who won Albion West Season 20, and Winter, who took Albion East Season 2! Read on for a rundown of each server’s season.

Albion West: Escalation Claim Second Crown

Season 20 started where Season 19 had left off, as the war between the POE coalition and the XXX coalition raged on. This would carry on throughout the season, as POE pushed back, and towards the end of the Season the XXX alliance folded, with the FFlow alliance taking over the coalition to spearhead the fight going into Season 21.

In the north, the Grap3 alliance held their territories against countless attacks throughout the Season, a... Read more

14 Sep


Originally posted by Junior-Yellow5221

So I know to really farm fame efficiently , you need to go into the black zone. Every youtuber ever just chills around there , farming mobs in peace. But i just tried for the first time , with 4.2 gear, and almost immediately got Oneshot. Is yellow zone really that much worse to farm? Are there places in the black zone "safer" to farm ? Or do I need a different build? (Was running Battle bracers, Fiends cowl, Cleric shoes)

By the way , anyone got any really like reliable sources for builds and or information ? Like spreadsheets or something? YouTubers just suck man , with their clickbaity titles and information months out of date and they always seem to play against the worst players on this planet

ps: Red zone is the same i suppose

This is a bit tricky and I'll try to answer this from my personal experience.

When entering a zone there's many things to look out for that give away if players are actively ganking or fighting in that zone. Each of these can be an alarm sign:

  • Player kills on the minimap
  • Blobs (red circles that give away larger groups)
  • Dismounted players that are not engaged in PvE
  • Meeting other players that are not running PvE builds (these players are either part of larger groups or actively looking to PvP)

A few tips on top:

  • Use the invisibility shrines to get a bit deeper into the black zone and skip the first two maps.
  • Make sure to keep your mount next to you and respond to any alarm signs above.
  • Try out mists, grouping isn't possible here so you are less likely to get attacked by multiple players.

Originally posted by bestfapper

I think right now I'm really only playing for PvE content but I'm having trouble even clearing tier 5 CDs. Any reason why? Also anytime I get invaded I basically just consider it a lost since I die really easy. Any tips?

Your build is meant to be an "all-in" engage. When facing another player you want to first stack bleeds on your enemy before you use your helmet and jacket in combination with adrenaline boost and lastly your E ability. Your Electric Field & Whirlwind deal damage around you for their duration and the Adrenaline Boost will increase your movement speed and damage during its duration. You can also use potions to come out ahead in combat encounters. Most players would prefer healing, gigantify or resistance potions.

For PvE your build should be pretty good if you switch to the 2nd Q. It might just lack some energy sustain


Originally posted by Lowash

All of these basic builds say they don’t fare well in large-scale group content… what as a new player can I work on to be able to do large-scale stuff?

These basic builds are mainly aimed at good PvE clearing and sustain. Group content is more focused around individual roles where you have tanks for CC, healers for sustain, supports for utility and damage dealers completely focused on doing area damage to enemies.

In my opinion the best thing you can do to prepare is to join a guild and check their guild loadouts. Most guilds usually have a variety of loadouts for different roles that they will ask you to wear and fame up. If you know what role you wanna play some people could probably help you out and suggest some builds for it.


This weekend sees the staging of Albion's final Crystal League Championship. But it promises to be a thrilling tournament, as Albion’s 5v5 teams battle for the crown for the last time - and you can watch the drama unfold live on AlbionTV!

For full broadcast details, and info on our Twitch Drops campaign that will be running, see here: ... Read more
Ahead of the launch of the new Albion East server, Game Director Robin Henkys sat down to take a look at what this means for Albion, the Closed Beta, and what the playing experience will be like.

Read a written summary here:
Learn more about the server and get a Founder Pack here: ... Read more

11 Sep

Following our recent introductions to Shapeshifter weapons and Tracking, our newest Dev Talk with Game Director Robin Henkys explores another exciting feature on its way to Albion: Awakened and Legendary Items.

For a written summary, click here: ... Read more

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