It is a known problem with many games that dual core CPUs can cause errors and other issues. With Shot-Online you might experience a "Speed Hack" Error.
In order to solve this problem, please do the following:
Windows XP users: visit this link:
And download the hotfix. If you have already done this then please skip this step.
AMD Users: update your CPU drivers by downloading the appropriate file from the following location:
After performing the above steps please do the following:
1. Start the Shot Online launcher;
2. When the launcher has loaded, go to your task manager - do not connect to Shot Online yet.
3. Hit the processes tab and find ShotOnline.exe
4. Right click ShotOnline.exe, select and click "Set Affinity";
5. Take a check out of ONE of the boxes to the side of CPU 1 or CPU 0 then hit OK.
Now start the client as usual. This should resolve any issues related to speed hacks being detected by HackShield.
Shot-Online uses a stat system in order to upgrade your character's abilities. Each stat influences a different part of your game. There is a total of 4 stats: Power, Impact, Stamina and Skill.
Power- The amount of physical strength you have. Each power point will increase your carry distance on every club.
Impact- This is your ball control. Impact adds loft to your clubs and makes them less sensitive to mis-hits as well as making overpower shots more forgiving.
Stamina- Your resistance and hazard shots performance on the field. The more stamina you have, the less you get fatigued after your shots and the waiting period to decrease your FTG in the Square is shortened. This stat also regulates the power gaps when you hit shots from rough or from bunkers. With a higher stamina stat, the percentage interval is shortened, therefore making your shots (from rough or sand) travel more and be more consistent.
Skill- Skill determines the amount of spin you can apply to your ball. This will magnify your backspin, fade and draw effects adding more distance and curve to them.
You distribute your stats the way you want to, in order to build a character that reflects your style of play.
There are a few things that could be causing disconnections and error messages while logging in.
Anti-virus: please make sure you disable your anti-virus or grant Shot Online full access.
Firewalls: please make sure you disable your firewall or grant Shot Online full access.
Router: if you are behind a router, please make sure ports 5000-8800 are opened on your router. Shot Online uses these ports to connect.
Programs: please close ALL programs that are running in the background because one of them might be causing the disconnections or error messages.
Shot Online launcher: when you run Shot Online, a launcher will come up. Go to option -> and change the Update: from line 1 to line 2 or vise versa to see if it solves the problem.
ISP: contact your internet service provider (ISP) to see if there are any connection outages in your area.
The significance of a Shot-Online Guild system is that you can raise your own guild, just like an individual character.
There is a total of guild points that is contributed by each guild members' experience points. 10% of each guild members' experience points will be donated to the guild points automatically. Note: You do not lose 10% of your points when you are in a guild.
Depending on how many guild points, the class of a guild will rise. The higher the guild class, the more privileges guild members have available, such as guild chatting, guild announcements, etc...
There are 8 different guild classes: G, F, E, D, C, B, A, S.
G.1) Creating a guild
*Any player over level 30 [Amateur title] is eligible to create a guild. Players inside a guild can not apply to join another one;
*To create a guild, NG is required according to the guild master's title:
[Amateur Title] - 3,000,000 NG
[Semi-Pro Title] - 2,000,000 NG
[Tour-Pro Title] - 1,000,000 NG
*There are 2 types of guilds: public and private. Any player can apply to a public guild in NPC Anthony Bestra, as opposed to a private guild (the only way to join a private guild is when the guild master scouts a member.)
G.2) Scouting & Recruitment
*The Guild Master should be very active to recruit and scout new guild members in the square, field or on the internet / off the internet;
*The [Scout] Menu will appear when you right click at the character that you would like to ask for scouting;
*The guild master can approve one application by opening up the [Management Menu] tab in [Guild(Alt+V)] window.
G.3) Joining a guild
*You don't have to pay NG to join a guild;
*You may only join one guild in one account on one server. For example, if your character already joined one guild in Vahallar server, you are not able to join in the same guild with the same character or another guild with another character inside the same account;
*You may apply up to 5 guilds at one time;
*How to join: Click on [Anthony Bestra] Principal NPC in the square and click on the Guild Registration menu. Insert the name of the guild and click Search. (Please double check the guild name before you type it in). If there is a guild matching your entry, the guild information window will be shown. In the guild information window, you need to click on "Apply" to be registered. However, you are not able to join the guild if it already is full. Private guilds won't appear in the search results. To join a private guild, the guild master must scout you.
G.4) Leaving the Guild
*You can leave a guild whenever you wish to but there is 3 waiting days period to re-register or create a new guild again;
*A guild member may leave the guild freely as opposed to being expelled by the guild master.
G.5) Terminating the Guild
*Only the guild master can terminate a guild;
*Once the guild master terminates the guild, he/she is not able to restore it. After dissolving a guild, there is a 7 waiting days period for the ex-guild master to join or create a new guild;
*There will not be a 3 waiting days period to re-register or create a new guild for ex-guild members (you may join or create a new guild as soon as original one has been dissolved.)
F.1) Removing a guild member
*The guild needs to be at least in class F before the guild master can remove a member;
*The guild master can remove a member by choosing [Guild(Alt+V)] window, and using the [Manage menu].
F.2) Member Login indicator
*From [F] class and above, every member can see the other guild members' online status in game by bringing up the [Guild(Alt+V)] window, clicking on [Players List] and selecting [On].
F.3) Guild Name
*The name of the guild and the guild mark (default image) will appear on the screen in the square, field, waiting list and score card for members of an [F] or higher class guild.
F.4) Guild chatting
*Members of an [F] class or higher guild can chat with each other regardless where they are (square, field, waiting list, etc) by selecting "GUILD" in the chatting interface;
*Guild chat messages do not cross channels; only players inside the same channel can read the guild chat.
E.1) Guild Announcement
*The guild master of an [E] class or higher guild can send a message to every member.
Ex) /GUILD_ANN message content
*Guild announcements will be sent by server unit. You will not be able to read an announcement if you are logged in another server.
E.2) Giving guild members a title
*The guild master of an [E] class or higher guild can give associate-guild master, regular member or associate member status to guild members.