Tale of Diep (ToD) is no longer under active development as a derivative of and remains here as an archive, though spin-offs such as The Extended Tale of Diep remain active. For info on the successor to Tale of Diep, now an independent work called "A Tale Where Nothing Matters", visit its Discord server here.

The Account system is a brand new mechanic brought with The Tale of Diep conception expansion. It allows players to preserve their Achievements, progress through the story, Companions, and much more through a profile. Players are allowed to pick a permanent username while still being able to change their in-game name through deaths. A player's profile can be accessed by hitting X while they're on screen, and selecting their name from the interface that appears if there is more than one. Tanks that are invisible will not have their profiles shown, as to allow them to remain illusive. When a player has entered another player's profile, they are vulnerable, so be wary. You may also access the player that killed you's profile from the death screen. Profiles may also be looked up by name from the menu. Players can also be friended, adding them to a list.

Account Layout

The interface of a profile looks akin to one you'd find in much other media. At the top left is an image, which can be set by the user. To the right is the username in a bar at the top-middle. At the right a bio can be written, taking up a fourth of the width of the profile interface. At the top right is a small tab-like indent showing either 'Not Friends' or 'Friends' depending on whether they are a friend or not. To the left of the bio area, various information is shown, like total deaths, kills, highest points ever reached, and some customizable ones as well, such as 'Favorite Tank', 'Favorite Game Mode', etc. Only game modes the player has visited can be selected, as to keep secrets secret... From the bottom left, through a circular black button with a red pentagram on it, other players can visit the person's Panzergram, browse the Achievements they've gotten (Secret ones the viewer don't have will not show) and browse their Companions (also being able to see which ones they have active).


  • Once a username is taken, no others may have it.
    • Accounts are set up through email, like in various other media.
  • Accounts get a password as well. Requires at least one number and eight characters, but capitalization is optional.
  • Usernames cannot have odd characters in it. Only letters, numbers, and spaces. Nothing else.
  • Friends can be accessed from a special tab on the main page. From there, you can join their servers (unless they're in a mode where once it starts, more people cannot join, like Power to the Prophet. Other things for Friends may be added in the future.
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