Welcome to TShock for Terraria 4.3.9 for Terraria 126.96.36.199. This release includes protocol compatibility with Terraria 188.8.131.52 (Protocol 156). In addition, it includes a new crash reporting mechanism that can be used to help further diagnose problems on Windows. On Mono, it simply creates a more detailed crash report that we can then use. Download now, via Github. Notable changes include: API: Update to Terraria 184.108.40.206 (@Patrikkk) API: Added a crash reporter which collects memory dumps on Windows (@Wolfje) API: New commandline param: -crashdir - Writes crash reports to the specified directory (@Wolfje) API: Sendq now doesn't disconnect people when it cant send a packet (@Wolfje) API: Fixed more crashes on disconnect in sendq (@Wolfje) API: Now ignores unknown server packets (@Wolfje) API: Potentially removed arithmetic overflows in server (@Wolfje) Using the Crash Reporter TShock now has a crash reporter built in which writes crash logs to the crashes directory in the event of a catastrophic failure. To change where TShock writes its crash logs, specify the -crashdir parameter on the command line. In the event of a crash, look for a file called crash_xxxx.zip in the crashes directory Upload the file somewhere, beware the crash file may be quite large (>100MB), anywhere like google drive, dropbox or mega will be fine Post a link to the crash with reproduction steps in the TShock support forum Alternatively, if you do not want to report the crash, just delete the file.