As far as I understand (and the last time I checked), private lobbies can give XP and DP. For information on what those are, refer to the Guide to the Dark Gaming Economy:
Note that this is a manually written list and may not always be 100% accurate. It may also not contain all the details about how the economy works. It should however provide good insight into what you need to consider when looking to earn DP.
The daily gain limit is 2000 DP and resets at the same time for everyone every 24 hours. Currently there is no specific time of the day. Once you’ve earned 2000 DP in the current 24 hour period, your multiplier is set to 0, and is…
DP can best be summarized as the money of the server’s economy, and can be used on a plethora of things, including but not limited to: filling XP Efficiency, sustaining XP Efficiency, purchasing cosmetics and command items from shops, and use in commercial exchange with other players. For how to earn it, refer back to the Mathematics of the Economy Guide linked above.
However, back to the first question you asked:
The longer answer
Whilst implementation of the Supporter role is still underway private and custom lobbies remain inaccessible for anyone who doesn’t go out of their way to specifically give us money (because the system to support this automatically is not yet out). In the meantime, I think it makes sense to
temporarily award these permissions some other way. Top voter rewards are far away, so this looks like a good opportunity to fill the gap until the Supporter role is officially released. As a result, the Top 6 voters as of the time of this post are being awarded temporary access to create private and custom lobbies:
@Tejdxa (prize given to Tru3thful an
d redeemed) NoobieRookie -
@0reg0n (prize redeemed) Ms. Lina -
Agent Vin -
@Agent_Vin (prize redeemed) TheWeirdYT -
@TheWeirdYT (prize redeemed)
These forum names are my best guesses as to who these people are on the forum.
These winners will need to contact me via PM
@popstarfreas to get their permissions. Any of these winners may, at their own request, give their prize to someone else. If a winner does not claim their prize within 7 days, then their prize may be awarded to someone else or revoked entirely.
Or if you don't care to read, the shorter answer