Tribes transfer between Atelier 801 games, such as Transformice. You can find different tribes through the Tribes section on the official forums. Tribes cost in-game currency to create (not fraise though). It may be better not to create a tribe in Transformice but instead a different game that supports the community platform, as the cost is always 500, but in most other games currency is more readily available.
Since tribes are the same for an account on any Atelier 801 game, there are 2 main types of tribes; those that were originally created for Transformice, but has members that play other Atelier 801 games, or tribes that were created with the intent of being a a non-Transformice focused tribe, even if members play other Atelier 801 games as well. While neither is inherently better than the other, many of the more well known tribes in the non-Transformice games are the later, those which focus primarily on that game itself.
There are some tribe-specific chat commands, although many are Transformice exclusive. Universal ones are:
|/t ||Sends a message to tribe chat. Pressing T also allows you to use tribe chat.|
|/t*, /tc or /mt||Opens tribe chat in a new tab|
Creating a tribeEdit
Tribes can be created by any player for a fee (varies by game, see table below). Two tribes cannot have the same name; e.g. if someone makes a tribe called "MyTribeName", no one else will be able to create a tribe called "MyTribeName". You cannot change your tribe's name after creation and you are able to quit a tribe by opening up the tribe screen, finding your name on the list, and clicking on the "X" on the top right of your "card".
To create a tribe you must click on the tribe icon while you are not in a tribe.
Since currency is easier to obtain on some games than others, it's actually advices to not create a game on Transformice if you want to be efficient. The cost to create a tribe on various games is as follows:
|Transformice||500||Only possible to get 1 a round.|
|Fortoresse||500||It's possible to get 8 a round if you win (more than 8 if flag map goes over 4 minutes)|
|Nekodancer||500||Possible to get 4 a round if your good.|
|Dead Maze||100||You earn 5-12 each level, which are easy to get early on if you do main quest line, and can be earned many other ways.|
Joining a tribeEdit
You can find a tribe to join either on the game forums, or you can ask someone if they would invite you into the tribe. Once invited, you will see a popup message asking you to join a tribe. You can accept, decline or ignore all further invitations from the tribe which invited you.
Some players search for new tribe members and invite them into their tribe, in order to make it bigger. It is advised to join tribes who actually contact you before hand and actually ask you if you want to join them, before sending you invitations.
It should be noted a tribe may have a maximum of 2,000 tribe members, active or not. The only exception are some tribes that had between 2,000 and 5,000 member before the November 2013 "community platform" update, who retained their members, but may not add new ones.
Leaving a tribeEdit
To leave a tribe, members can go to the tribe screen and press the "X" beside their name, or if you go on the tribe screen and hit options, a button will say leave tribe. Also some tribe either drop you a rank or kick you out if you ask for a higher rank.
If you're the leader of the tribe, you first need to assign someone else the leader (by clicking the little dot near their name and selecting the option), or dissolve the tribe.
This section is a stub. Please help expand it. All games allow mice to go to their tribehouse, which is only accessible to other members of their tribe. Currently only Transformice allows tribehouses to be set and customized however; in all other games, maps will play as they would in normal rooms.
- Some don't play non-Transformice games with their main account and instead play with an alternate account, allowing them to be in two separate tribes.