Timezones

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  1. Seren

    Seren Team Leader Team Seafight

    Timezones

    Ahoy Pirates,

    As you know the timings of some events, contents updates etc are given in different timezones; LST, CET, PST or UTC.

    As you can imagine, it would be well nigh impossible for the Team to quote here every possible time zone of our players across the whole Seafight Community. So this thread is here to help provide users with an explanation of these timezones and provide an easy way to calculate the time in their own timezone.


    LST - Local Server Time

    This is the time used on the server you play on.

    An easy way to view the current time on your server is to preform an action, for example collect a glitter, and then view the time in your logbook.


    CET - Central European Time and CEST - Central European Summer Time

    This is the European timezone, which is the LST for the European Servers. The HQ of Bigpoint is located in Hamburg, Germany and the Developers' and Coding Teams are based here, so this time is regularly used.

    The current time can be found by viewing the
    Clock, this can then be used to see how many hours behind/infront this timezone is compared to your own.

    You may also benefit from viewing the
    Timezone Difference Chart which allows you to see how many hours behind of in-front each location is.


    PDT – Pacific Daylight Time and PST - Pacific Standard Time

    This is the LST for the US Server.

    The current time can be found by viewing the
    Clock, this can then be used to see how many hours behind/in-front this timezone is compared to your own.

    You may also benefit from viewing the
    Timezone Difference Chart which allows you to see how many hours behind of in-front each location is.


    UTC - Coordinated Universal Time

    UTC is the time standard commonly used across the world.

    The current time can be found by viewing the
    Clock, this can then be used to see how many hours behind/in-front this timezone is compared to your own.

    You may also benefit from viewing the
    Timezone Difference Chart which allows you to see how many hours behind of in-front each location is.

    Your Seafight Team
     
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