First I'd like to state I am not Anti-Newplayer - quite the opposite. Currently Olvia does not allow a character progress beyond level 58.99, provides and permanent 100% xp boost and has World/Field Bosses disabled. It's purpose is to provide an environment for new players to learn the game, and returning players to re-orientate themselves if they have been absent for more than a 30 period, but how well does it really serve that purpose? Currently the rate at which even a brand new player can reach level 58 almost seems absurd, and the permanent 100% Combat XP boost actually detracts from people questing and learning about the game. They're so focused on getting the most out of that limited boost, they’re smashing out the levels while ignoring the majority of the game content. While choice is always important, this doesn't serve the new player well in the long run, it often shifts the responsibility onto others to repeatedly answer the same questions about elements of the game, that should have been explained through following the quest line. That brings me to the fact that Olvia isolates new players from potentially suitable guilds than can provide that support for them. Ideally, I'd love to see a cross-server recruitment channel implemented so server chat isn't constantly spammed with guild ads, but as it stands, there are guilds which have alts accounts they rotate through 30 day cool downs just so they can get access to recruit on Olvia and help new players. It makes guild missions, contract renewals and server hopping to help new guildies a pain in the ass because people are reluctant to move away from Olvia due to the somewhat misplaced perception that it is safer. (I see more toxicity and ganking there than on regular servers) or because they have secured a grind spot and long term players can't switch to Olvia if they need support or want a hand grinding. Olvia chat is well...I'd rather drink toilet water from a public restroom that have to endure that for more than 30 seconds at a time, and while there are some great people that try to help, mostly it's not a beneficial resource to new players genuinely trying to ask question and learn. It's often a confusing mess of misinformation which unfortunately is coming from existing players who have taken a break for a couple of months and not kept up with changes that have been implemented. Rather than isolating new players on Olvia, perhaps it time to consider opening Olvia up as a regular server and implementing a Mentor chat channel that is locked down to new players and to "Mentors". Mentor status could potentially be unlocked through achieving lv 60+ in a given class, having played for 12 months straight (no 30 day break) or achieved Master level in a given Lifeskill field. This would allow new players to get accurate information from people who have a long term overview of the game, while being able to interact more easily with other players in the larger BDO world.