JakeRivers

Allow Village Mayors Option to Take Ownership of On Deed Buildings

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very good thing to help all players in wurm an unowned building yes can cause major obstacles for players... I agree the mayor should have the option to correct a building that is no longer active say 2 months or something like that or set it to default to the mayor after a certain period of time. I believe yes this would make things more enjoyable...

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+1, I hate the when people leave off to freedom and never come back that i can not do anything with their house, yes i can bash it, but it sucks to have to bash like half the houses on your deed because you were not the one who is the "owner" of the writs and do not have manage. IF you own the deed you should be about to manage the houses, and do what you need for them.

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On 8/23/2016 at 1:50 PM, KillerSpike said:

Yes Please +1. if someone left the village or has not logged in for xx (90) days the mayor can take over ownership of all things on deed belonging to that citizen

 

Yes. This needs to be if the owner did not have settings proper.  If it is not set right, you cannot make any changes to the deed size I do not think. 

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On 8/24/2016 at 9:12 PM, Alexgopen said:

"hey there bud come move into my deed! thats it move in all your belongings. nice house you build there, i hope it keeps your stuff safe. *kicks villager, claims ownership, KOS's villager*  thanks for the stuff"

This a PVP type of problem. Most people here invite people on their deeds that they trust and want those people ther not to steal from them.  If you live with people you think would steal from you I would move. 

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53 minutes ago, Lolabelle said:

This a PVP type of problem. Most people here invite people on their deeds that they trust and want those people ther not to steal from them.  If you live with people you think would steal from you I would move. 

 

That can happen regardless if you boot the guy, no need to take the house even, bash a wall and steal all there stuff, nothing to do with PvP it is the current mechanic for freedom.

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Posted (edited)

I like some of the ideas in this thread.  I've been thinking about a good way to incorporate both deed owners deed management and individual house owner securing their items. 

 

My suggestion:

 

- Deed owners can now claim ownership of any building of their deed.  It takes 2 weeks to a month for this action to complete.  The building owner would be alerted multiple times that their building is being claimed. 

- building permissions supersede deed permissions.  No one can bash or take items from the building, the deed owner must claim ownership instead.

- Unowned buildings already inside the deed should not block a deed from being resized.  

 

This would allow people to feel like their items are secure on someone else's deed.  Obviously you should never join a village of someone you don't trust, but owning your own house on deed would ensure that if something fishy did happen, you would have time to get your things and leave, even if kicked out of the village or whatever.  On the other hand, deed owners should be happy because they can give their villagers privacy and security over their own things, without worrying about issues should they leave the game or move on. 

 

Edit:. Some additional ideas

- if a deed owner should begin claiming ownership of a building then attempt to block the owner from getting their things from their building with a gate or such, gm support could help the player get their things (this would be against the rules and perhaps bannable)

 

- Add a permission to structures that allows a deed to expand over it.  (Default turned off)

Edited by Toma

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Bumpity +1

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+1 more power to deed owners.

 

You wanted it, so you put a deed on it!

Now you cant do, what you wanna do on it!

Oh, oh oh... oh oh.....

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+1.  Not enough time this morning to comment on all the great ideas I see here for implementation but the overall principle is sound, imo.  The Mayor/Owner/Overlord should have overriding ownership of anything built on their deed.  They're paying for it after all.  There are some great ideas in this thread for protecting villagers' interests.

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On 12/8/2016 at 0:35 PM, JakeRivers said:

This is a important issue, fences and mine doors have this already, make it a thing for buildings too.

 

 

Fences and minedoors do not hoard other people's stuff.. it's not the same

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There must be a better solution.. than claiming things on a whim.

It's enough that currently houses could be bashed, this idea only gets situation into deeper darker places..

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3 hours ago, Finnn said:

Fences and minedoors do not hoard other people's stuff.. it's not the same

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There must be a better solution.. than claiming things on a whim.

It's enough that currently houses could be bashed, this idea only gets situation into deeper darker places..

 

Nice troll fin, but this is about mayors having control of all buildings on deed.

 

Most deeds on freedom are set to non-democratic, the mayor holds all the cards.

 

Even in the case of a democracy there is still one person in complete control who could do whatever they wished without recourse.

 

1) Members/villagers of a deed do not have any security what soever of there possessions left on said deed. No matter how locked up and controlled a house they have is. At any time a house can be easily bashed into with 1 or 2 pokes from a battering ram.

2) At any time the villager can be expelled and set kos, banning them from accessing the same deed and what ever possessions they may have on the same deed.

 

              If someone does not like these terms they really should look into getting there own deed.

 

 

So all arguments that people should have exclusive ownership of a building they are allowed to build on a deed they do not have ownership of is moot.

 

 

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