Tukedohi's picture

FPS thing

hello darlings!

recently i have started noticing that i have problems with my fps and problems with the game overall, when i changed my windows 7 to windows 11. it started glitching and turning off all of a sudden even if i can click on a random spot in the game or when im trying to log in or load my character's skin

also i have an error with 'Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library, Runtime Error'. i tried to find VC_redist.x64.exe with which i could probably open the game, but i only have 'ForestViewer' which opens the game

i wanted to know what fps have you and have you ever come across such problems on new windows?

anyone know how to run TEF on crossover on mac?

im running crossover on macOS w/ a macbook pro m1, i can install TEF through an .exe but when i run the game it just opens as a white frozen screen before crashing. oddly enough i can run the settings .exe separately and it displays like normal.

is anyone these days running TEF on macOS?
Her's picture


Where are all my veterans at? Howdy LOL
I really really need to wipe a lot of cringe/old stuff from my account and try coming back freshened up…!

fawn glitched

I have a little problem.

I made this account today but when I log in my fawn turns into a frog, when the frog vanishes I'm left with the same antlers and mask they also vanish shortly after.
I also can't save my fawn as I get "failed to saved data" message.
I don't know what to do, I installed the newest version and tried running it as an administrator.

Has anyone some clues?
Thanks in advance!


Hello all,

just a quick question because it's been quite some time till the last time I played the game.
When does the halloween event start? I vaugly remember something about the more days pass till halloween the longer it lasts till it is halloween (I could be wrong do)

I logged in few times the last few days but couldn't see that the event is triggered.

I'm bit confused now XD

city smog

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Casting Halloween Sets

Starling can cast the following:
Crying mask // Candles * // Day of the Dead set

The Halloween sets can be seen in Keepiru's "A Complete Guide of all TEF Sets"
*Candles can only be cast onto bare / default antlers, so make sure you sneeze them off!

If you would like any set pieces, approach Starling in the forest & tap the ground/lead us to some spell trees, etc. Smiling

a little help please?

Firstly Hello everyone! i do hope you're all doing well,

To save forests, cut some trees down, scientists say

Forests are feeling the heat. In places like the American West, rising temperatures and drought mean less water for trees, sometimes shriveling swaths of woodland. Now, scientists have found that thinning early in forest growth creates tougher trees that can endure climate change. What's more, these thinned forests can suck carbon out of the air just as fast as dense forests.

"When it comes to carbon sequestration and climate change adaptation, we can have our cake and eat it too," says Andrew Larson, forest ecologist at the University of Montana in Missoula and author of the new study. "It's a win-win."

As trees grow, they convert carbon dioxide to food and store it in their leaves, trunks, and roots. U.S. forests capture between 10% to 20% of U.S. emissions each year. But if trees get too crowded, they compete for light and water—and stressed trees are more susceptible to drought and insect attacks. Removing some trees can ease the competition, letting the remaining trees grow big and healthy. But scientists worry that removing trees can reduce forest carbon storage. These worries, however, are based mostly on models and short-term studies.

To see if the climate trade-off truly exists, scientists tapped into a long-term experiment in northwestern Montana. In 1961, U.S. Forest Service officials started the experiment in a young forest of western larch—a conifer common in the Inland Northwest. The forest was broken up into plots. In some plots, the 8-year-old trees were thinned from tens of thousands per hectare down to 494 per hectare (2.5 acres). These trees grew thick trunks and broad canopies. Other plots were left alone, and the teeming trees grew tall and skinny as they competed for sunlight. The original study was rooted in an interest in growing timber rapidly. But the scientists at the University of Montana sprouted a new question: How did tree density affect carbon storage?

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