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  1. 13 points
    give butchering a tiny chance to get rare and supreme bones like digging has. it would give people more incentive to butcher the mobs they kill and it makes sense
  2. 6 points
    ... 3. Join whatever server is desired, establish a deed of one's own, and level up smithing skills at one's own pace. Interact with neighbors in a social stage, rather than economic playing field. Be self-sufficient in most areas & have little need for any global economy whatsoever. Be a smith by virtue of spending your days smithing for self-reliance and personal projects. Be useful to the community in that (a) you are a living person, (b) you participate in chat, (c) you are willing to interact with your neighbors on whatever level is comfortable for you, and (d) once again for those in the back, you are a person with a pulse. Your usefulness is not defined by your productivity, your material assets, or the market value of your creative time. Your character identity might be linked to an occupation, but in Wurm, that occupation doesn't need to be financially profitable to be valid.
  3. 6 points
    Exactly. That is all I am saying. I tend to doubt. I am following the market offers on NFI a bit, and they had a steep drop of profit per ql ratio which is still going on. Nowadays, a new player must strive hard to get a place in the economy if at all. Much of the economy is already dominated by old Wurm players and their newly developped crafters and priests. A new player coming to any of the clusters has to learn a lot before "being useful as blacksmith". That includes, but is not limited to mining, digging, woodcutting, carpentry, masonry, and fighting. Certainly I left out a lot. My fresh start on the "old cluster" is not that long ago. I did not feel myself "utterly useless" a single moment, though, admittedly, I would have wished for a bit more company sometimes (sometimes would been happy if certain toxic neighbours would have vanished faster but so what). It took a year until I got connected to a fine alliance in my area. I prolly could have faster without my more hermitic attitude, but I was simply too occupied with my Wurmian learning, adventures, and tasks. As written elsewhere and repeatedly, I think that all economy centered proposals and considerations will either be failing, or game breaking. Economy is a side game in Wurm, and will never be more. Obligatory ads :
  4. 4 points
    This is from a while back when one of the rites was cast and the sky was a different colour
  5. 4 points
    Libby silhouetted against Valrei for a spooky halloween vibe
  6. 3 points
    Greetings Wurmians! After consideration of the stars, consultations of the soothsayers and their omens, and whispers from the wood witches, our next update will be on the 23rd of October. This update will include the sleep bonus merge between Northern Freedom Isles and Defiance, and will also have the 10-hour sleep bonus compensation given out. To make the most of the awarded sleep bonus, make sure you are empty by that date! As for the rest of the update, stay tuned for a Valrei International coming to you soon! Regards, The Wurm team
  7. 3 points
    like how rifts have their scout camp things, randomly spawning valrei mobs in little camp things they cant leave the area of with some reward for killing them would be cool seriously what was the point of reworking valrei ai if they literally dont spawn anywhere lmao
  8. 3 points
    Although I know it's a graphics thing, I do like the suggestion of removing it somehow. It does ruin a nice looking spot sometimes.
  9. 3 points
    My favorite thing about Wurm Winters, is the view from atop my lighthouse at night with all of my lamps on
  10. 2 points
    Personally I never look at that bar, and thus for me its main and only functionality is to greatly annoy me by visually blocking a huge portion of my inventory. Please allow us to disable this. Many thanks.
  11. 2 points
    needs picture of Elwood giving thumbs up on every successful improve or just watching condescendingly in the background
  12. 2 points
    [06:06:39] A huge axe with a heavy head and a wooden shaft. You'll need to wield it with both hands. This is a supreme example of the item, with fine details and slick design. You need to polish the huge axe with a pelt. [06:06:39] You can easily make out the signature of its maker, 'Phedre'. [06:06:39] Nimbleness has been cast on it, so it increase the chance to hit. [91] [06:06:39] Life Transfer has been cast on it, so it will transfer life to you when harming enemies. [75] [06:06:39] Circle of Cunning has been cast on it, so it will increase skill gained with it when used. [90] [06:06:39] Mind Stealer has been cast on it, so it will steal skill knowledge from some creatures. [87] Auction ends on Saturday, October 17th at 6PM EST. Starting Bid: 10 silver Increment: 1 silver Snipe Protection: 1 hour No private bids No buyout
  13. 2 points
    I would discuss if rocks are supposed to be in the middle of the gates. But thanks for noting. Well pretty huge rocks would be nice decorations if we could load them and move whatever we want, that would be cool, and if we could dye them that would be even more cool. Long time ago, rocks painted in white were used as milestones in Poland.
  14. 2 points
    Best idea evaah! +1 me like big much!
  15. 2 points
    Tile decor has no purpose being this large honestly It’s usually an eyesore and they move constantly.
  16. 2 points
    I think it's a little arrogant to assume that others will play the game in a certain way, and that their "lonesome" feeling is their own doing by failing to do this. Good game design ensures that healthy game habits (i.e. ones that provoke retention) form naturally, not via some forced sense of tradition. Now, let us look for a moment at the concept of "player identity" or more precisely "character identity" an important concept in western RPGs (they're not just any hero, they're the player's hero). Let us say our new player wants to become a blacksmith; he's got one of two choices. 1. Join the new cluster and be almost immediately useful as a blacksmith to a lot of people, able to contribute and embrace his identity as a blacksmith. Once they set up their workshop, they're in business (i.e. can be useful to others and feel important) 2. Join the old cluster and be utterly useless, unable to really contribute and embrace his identity as a blacksmith; at best he joins a nice alliance and then realises that they already have a blacksmith who is years ahead of him (it's a horrible feeling to feel like you're a burden to someone, and if you can't contribute this is often how you end up feeling) This can be repeated with any profession upon the old cluster vs the new cluster. In essence, the inability to really help in one's desired role is going to be offputting to people; especially when grinding still doesn't resolve this due to large skill gaps. Note, don't be foolish and conflate this with wurm's economy; this is simply a matter of player experience and their feeling of agency and integration into the game world; a healthy game economy tends to provide a basis for this to happen in a crafting-centric game, but it isn't essential.
  17. 2 points
    Sleep harder, not faster.
  18. 2 points
    I try to help as much as possible, but I stay quiet if I know nothing about a subject. If I see no one responding a long while, I try to at least acknowledge the question. Not everyone is comfortable answering questions for others if they're unsure themselves. Also we only know when CAs are online if we're on the same server as they are. it could be a period of time when no CAs are available at all. That being said, I really feel the wiki should be pushed a little more during tutorial because a lot of the questions could be solved by it. Just my humble thoughts.
  19. 2 points
    Another classic Stan post. You're a treasure to this community
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    PM to Aspirineilia or Betelgeuse. Prime time 16:00-19:00 GMT. Sweet hot dioptras Current stock: 61ql dioptra - 1.5s (4 available) 71ql dioptra - 2.5s (2 available) 81ql dioptra - 4s (2 available) 86ql dioptra - 5s (1 available) Very fast CoD 3 min More then 70 dioptras already sold What about range pole? I am not a carpenter and range poles cant be mailed atm. Other BS stuff Dont accept a big orders. Iron tools and horseshoes prices (carving and butchering knives, sickle and scythe are weapons!): 60ql - 40c 70ql - 70c 80ql - 1.3s 85ql - 2.2s * small anvil + 15%, large anvil + 50% Steel tools prices 60ql - 50c 70ql - 85c 80ql - 1.7s 85ql - 3.2s Prices are actual for both creating new tool and improving your. Rares on improving service: 1. * if your tool will become rare or better it is still same price but you can add tip for it Masterpieces "The Harvester" 85ql 94woa 79coc rake - 5.5s "Forestminator-800" 85ql 98woa 76coc STEEL hatchet - 7.5s "The Onion Chopper" 85ql 94woa 61coc (kitchen) knife - 5.3s "The Cultivator" 85ql 94woa 81coc rake - 5.2s "Sculptor's right hand" 85ql 93woa 77coc stone chisel - 5s "Sculptor's left hand" 85ql 91woa 74coc stone chisel - 4.8s "Tunnel Maker" 90ql 94woa 93coc pickaxe - 7s * improvment to 90ql is possible Tools in stock Brass oil lamps (0.3kg lamp vs 0.8kg lantern) 60ql - 50c (1 available) 70ql - 85s (3 available) 80ql - 1.5s (2 available) 60ql dredge 50c 70ql still 1s 70ql iron 70ql steel 80ql iron WoA horseshoes WoA lowql tool and heads/blades 10% discount for improvement of these items! Enchants will go to assembled item. Iron Steel
  22. 1 point
    Custom enchants service (coc, woa, nim) - contact: Nelse. Current skill: 99 channeling (guide RIP). 2s for 70+, 3s for 80+, 5s for 90+ power for casts on your items (prices are flat for any higher roll). Shatter chance: 1QL shatter 1 of 33 casts(3.02%), 30QL - 1 of 433(0.23%), 50QL - 1 of 1908(0.05%), 70+QL - 1 of 3067(0.03%) (Then info are true only for my current channeling skill) Big requests can get discounts, depends on enchants amount requested in one order, it grows up to 25%. Constant customers receive additional cumulative discount depends on past orders value, up to 10% on any requests.
  23. 1 point
    I was thinking about Mayors having the option to lease or rent space in their villages through the use of a "title" token, similiar to a village deed token, but managed by the mayor. The mayor could set a title token for a small area and set the permissions to a specific player and rent it to them. The rent could be based off of the actual upkeep per tile or a little more, 20 -50 iron. This would make a small village plot of 5x8 only cost the villager/player 8c - 20c per month, which would be paid directly to the main village upkeep each month, with the remainder sitting as a bank. The Title token could be established in the same manner as the deed token, N,S,E,W tile directions, yet without a perimeter. Conversely, it could also be left open for whatever the mayor wants per tile based on deed location and resources. A nice ocean side village with great mining resources could fetch more per tile than a land-locked village surrounded my marsh and thorns. This would give a competitive aspect to it as well. A mayor could be recruiting based on a 45 iron per tile rate, and lose to someone recruiting at a rate of 30 iron. There could also be the option for no rent, yet still be able to set the tile and permissions for the player, for those that don't want to charge their villagers. If a player decides to put 6 months upkeep in the Title token, it is only paid monthly for the next upcoming month. This way if the player decides to leave, they can drain out the Title token after they moved, which would disband it and recover any un-used upkeep. This way the mayor could have a general set of deed permissions, with a specific set for the player on that specific plot of property. For example, I don't want villagers to have full access to terraform the entire deed, however on their titled land, they can go wild and build, dig,whatever they want per the agreed upon permissions. Best part is... I don't have to be around for them to do it. A mayor could also use the title token to designate a "community area" where locals or passer's by can have a limited permission place to load, unload etc, such as an on deed marketplace that sells bulk items. Should a mayor want to remove the citizen for whatever reason, they could simply "Revoke" the title. Once "revoke" has been initiated, a countdown would start for a specific amount of time for them to "get their stuff and get out". Their upkeep beyond this specific time would be refunded back to their main bank and after the specific deadline has been passed, all permissions would revert to the mayor. This way buildings could be knocked down, fences destroyed and the property reclaimed for the next player to use. I believe this would help create a greater opportunity for communities to grow, by giving more flexibility to mayors to manage their deeds and villagers to play the game in a broader sense without having to go make a deed to do the things they want. This would also encourage more mayors to recruit as the rent would assist them with monthly upkeep. Ya or nah? Thoughts?
  24. 1 point
    Yesterday I was a viewer in a stream on Twitch, and older gentleman who never played the game before and were a bit lost. I was actually part of a group that came over from another streamer, a new player who's been around for a bit now though. He started playing with a friend, and randomly picked the Xanadu server it seemed. They meant to play together but accidentally picked different starter towns. Although some of us tried to help them find each other via the highway system, which he easily started to use and followed (from Whitefay to Linton, about 6000 tiles to go), other "new" players suggested to re-roll and join Cadence instead. Why? Someone reasoned, all the lands on the old servers are taken, and you won't find a place there to settle. And more than one wanted them to re-roll on Cadence. That does seem to be the mindset of many newer players. Someone else started arguing, that people need to stop pulling new players away from the old servers, that this reasoning is a misconception. Which I tend to strongly agree to, but alas... that streamer's chat was not a place to argue so I kept quiet about it there and then. What happened next saddens me a bit. They re-rolled new characters and joined Cadence, running around a lively area unable to do something they were hoping to experience, because all the lands were taken, and they didn't find a place to settle. I didn't stick around for much longer though, it had been getting late. They're sticking around for now and seem very interested, but they're settled right now in a very unfortunate spot for a newbie character. Speculation but, perhaps due to the lack of finding undeeded land last night. Obviously, the new servers are more populated and therefore lively, that's definitely a big pro for a multiplayer game. But convincing new players that it's pointless to play on the old servers, that just hurts to hear. Looking at the stats of the servers, here are some of the current settlement numbers... Xanadu (8k): 993 Independence (4k): 612 Deliverance (2k): 266 Pristine (2k): 199 Release (2k): 192 Celebration (2k): 186 Exodus (2k): 165 Cadence (4k): 788 Harmony (4k): 988 Melody (2k): 504 The numbers speak for themselves, I think. There's much room to settle. Maybe there should be a stronger emphasis over the pros and cons and what cluster to choose? I'm curious what you think.
  25. 1 point
    Remember to like this post if you like what you see, a +1 post is ignored by the team. Current Observations: It seems as though 90% of the Wurm Population will use standard Horses for the majority if not all of their needs. Those who choose to use an alternative method typically choose Hell Horses as their main mode of transportation whether it's by Horse-Back or Cart/Transport pulling. Bison seem to receive very little love when it comes to much of anything! Bison are unable to be equipped with any sort of equipment and because Horses are more popular they are rarely Bred for their Traits, making them equally hard to obtain for those of us who do prefer to use a Bison for one reason or another. What I propose: Expand the Bonus a Bison receives from pulling a load to other "Large Transports" from just the wagon to also include Ship Transporter, perhaps even the Large Cart too. Bison are huge, durable beasts and should be able to pull larger loads much easier than a Horse or Hell-horse for that matter. Grant Bison other Colors Many new Horse Colors were added, making collecting all of the different coats an achievement for many Horse Breeders. Everyone appears to have their preferred Horse Coat and prefers to obtain that particular coat when obtaining a Horse for themselves Providing Bison alternative colors such as White, Black, Deep Brown, Light Brown, Grey, etc; would give Bison a variety and help add to their appeal Allow Bison to be equipped with even basic equipment Horse Shoes don't make a whole lot of sense on a Bison Bridles would be just as helpful on a Bison as they are for a Horse or Hell-horse. Bison are the only original intended Transportation Creature that cannot use a Bridle. (We're not counting the Bull here only because they are still "a cow") Give the Large Saddle a purpose again! Allow us to put a Large Saddle on the Bison! Allow us to ride Bison I was surprised to learn that Bison could in-fact not be ridden, they aren't even an option no matter what your Body Control is! I believe this also makes Bison less appealing to many players as Horses (of any kind) are a Swiss-army-knife of the Wurm World's transportation. Why have a Bison when your Horse can do everything a Bison can and then some? Conclusion: Bison were a wonderful addition and a great idea to be paired with the Wagon of course! Currently the Wagon bonus is barely enough reason to make them a viable option and as is hardly worth obtaining for that purpose alone. I feel our "Fluffy Cows" need some serious love to make them a viable option and a loved and welcome member to any Deed. Even half of these proposed suggestions I feel would allow the Bison to "claim more real estate" on Deeds and in our daily lives than they do now. We have a member of our Deed who has been playing Wurm with us for many years now and he loves his "Fluffy Cows". We are all saddened to see that he is only able to use them on his Cart and not able to be excited as the rest of us are when a new color appears in our Herd, his Bison just don't have that to offer him. Remember to like this post if you like what you see, a +1 post is ignored by the team.
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  27. 1 point
    I was bored in a long meeting today, and I remember that elwood said he wanted a wurm carpentry game he could grind to 1million carp in, so I made one. Not really balanced but if you want to check it out, link is below. It runs in the browser. http://hvergi.x10host.com/Elwood/ I may or may not update this game, it was more of a fun kill time project, but if people want to see me update it more just let me know.
  28. 1 point
    I am giving this the Official woodscrapian seal of approval. +1
  29. 1 point
    that's a good idea Caroligan
  30. 1 point
    Greetings, fellow Wurmians of the Freedom Isles! I have a suggestion to offer that I have considered from time to time since my early days in Wurm. My thoughts have returned to the idea as of late, and I figured it might be time to lay this down in the forums for consideration. The suggestion is to offer something new to the PVE side of the game- Their Majesties' Favor. I've long wondered why the king and queen of the Freedom Isles are so uninvolved with their subjects. We pay taxes in the form of upkeep to obtain ownership and protection on our deeds, and the king kindly places guards in guard towers wherever we deign to build them. Those two things alone are quite helpful, but the king and queen are otherwise resigned to abiding in their castle somewhere secretive and we never otherwise here from their majesties. The Freedom Isles are a vast and wondrous place, and their subjects are quite faithful and creative across the realm. I would think any king and queen would be proud to rule over such a kingdom, and might strive to reward in some way those among their subjects who are the most inclined to support and defend the lands so as to encourage more of the same in others. Thus I would request the king and queen that they consider bestowing their favor on those of their subjects that would seek it, and if I may be so bold as to suggest some ways in which the king and queen could offer to bestow favor on their subjects, I would humbly offer the following: To obtain their majesties' favor: Let the king or queen place bounties on various creatures in their lands from time to time. If the land is overrun with unicorns, let their majesties offer favor and perhaps a small bit of coin to those who would slay them and deliver their unbutchered corpses to one of the kingdom's cities. When the king or queen hears word that goblins are run amok, let them offer a bounty on them, allowing citizens deliver their unbutchered corpses to one of the kingdom's cities for a small price in coin, and favor from the king and queen. Does her majesty desire some tamed animal from the wilds to place in her gardens or the queen's forest? I am sure one from among her subjects would be honored to provide, if she were to make the desire known. Does the king desire some number of beasts for a tourney? Be it bears or wolves, hell-hounds or crocks, I am sure his subjects would take up the challenge to tame the beats and deliver them at his request! Let the king and queen also make it known to their subjects when there is a need for various items or resources, from building supplies to food items. If the king requires supplies for building from time to time, let his subjects know so they can serve the kingdom by providing what is needed. Be it brick and mortar, planks or nails in bulk, or any other thing, let those who might seek their majesties' favor have the opportunity to provide what the kingdom requires. If the kingdom's food stocks should need filling, let their majesties make known to their people the need- be it wheat, barely, corn or any other thing that might be stored for the kingdom's security in times of need. Do their majesties' require cotton or wemp, woven fabric, wool, or leather? Should the king or queen have need of it I am sure their subjects would make their offerings if the king or queen were to make their wishes known. Choice wine or other drink for king's winery, or choice meats for his larder- let their majesties but ask, and those who would seek their favor will provide what their majesties require. For those who rally to defend the lands from the rifts that occasionally plague the lands: Let the king offer favor to those that attend, offering their swords and their blood to repel the invaders, not forgetting those that stand in support providing aid and healing to those that take the brunt of the assault. Let the king and queen also consider offering quests and missions to subjects and to settlements, when the king or queen has special requests to make or when they desires to personally test the resolve of their subjects. Let the king or queen send notice to a player or to a settlement that a quest or mission has been offered, and if they accept the challenge, give the details needed to fulfill the quest. Much could be offered here, and their majesties imaginations could, I am sure, envision many tests and challenges for their subjects, with favor and other rewards for those deemed worthy in the completion of a task. With regard to the favor earned from their majesties, I humbly suggest the following: Let the favor that the king and queen grant to their subjects be counted toward the subject that has earned it. Let all the favor obtained by all of a settlement's citizens be counted toward the settlement where they dwell. Let the king and queen take into consideration the total favor earned by settlements that are in an alliance with one another. Let the king and queen grant benefits, titles, and privileges to players, to settlements, and to alliances based on the amount of favor that has been earned. To the subject: Give them the challenge of earning the title of "Knight of the Freedom Isles", granting them their own coat of arms that they and they alone can create and wear in the form of a customized tabard. Also allow for the subject to craft a coat of arms plaque(s) to be displayed on walls or atop a suitable pieces of furniture. Their majesties can provide a list of images, color and design options that a subject can choose from in the creation of thier personal coat of arms. To the settlement: May the king and queen allow various blessings to the settlement that have earned enough of the king's and queen's favor. This can be in the form of slightly increased skill gain in a chosen skill or skill set, slightly faster creation times, slight increases in the rarity window, or other similar benefits. The king and queen should choose at random to bless a settlement with one or more of these benefits for a limited time in a random way at their majesties' discretion. Let these benefits favor anyone working within the boarders of a settlement while the majesties' blessing is in effect. Grant settlements the right to create their own customized wagon covers. Customized wagons should be craftable only by the mayor of the settlement, and require a fee paid from the settlement's coffers into the majesties' treasuries. Their majesties should provide a list of images, color and design options that a mayor can choose from in the customization of their settlement's wagons. Also grant the settlement that has earned enough of their majesties' favor the ability to choose a customized settlement banner. Require that the settlement's banners can only be crafted by the mayor of the settlement, and at a reasonable fee that the settlement pays from her coffers into the majesties' treasury. To the alliances that have earned enough of their majesties' favor: May the king and queen allow various blessings to the settlements of alliances that have earned enough of the king's and queen's favor. These blessings could be along the same lines as blessings that could be granted to individual settlements, and could possibly stack with any other "blessing" that their majesties have bestowed on a settlement at the time the alliance also receives a blessing from their majesties. These benefits would also apply to anyone laboring within the boarders of a settlement belonging to the alliance during the time of the event. Grant alliances the right to create their own customized alliance flag. Alliance flags should be craftable by mayors of settlements within the alliance, with coin paid from the settlement's coffers into their majesties' treasuries. Grant alliances to choose a personalized crest that appears at the top of all Freedom Kingdom tall banners placed within their deed's boarders. These crests would not appear at the top of any tall kingdom banners placed off deed or on a deed not part of the alliance that owns the crest. It should not cost the alliance anything to craft these banners, it would be a small benefit granted by the king and queen to the alliance that has earned the right to display their crest on all Freedom Kingdom tall banners placed within their alliance's settlements. Something to consider: A settlement and/or an alliance should have to continually earn the blessing of their majesties in order to receive the random settlement/alliance bonuses or any other such temporary blessing. To this end, the ability to acquire an such blessing from the king or queen should be tied to a favor pool that degrades over time. One should not be permitted to earn their majesties favor and then simply ignore them. The chance of any blessing or bonus from their majesties should come to an end. This could possibly work by having two ways of recording favor a settlement and alliance have. There should be a pool of "active" favor (called something else if necessary), that fades a bit over time just like deed bonuses the deities provide through the sacrificing of certain items. This favor level would determine if a settlement is eligible for random bonuses, quests, or rewards as the king and queen seem fit to bestow. This active level of favor is also what would be tallied from the settlements in an alliance to determine if an alliance is eligible for these rewards. There should be an overall record of all favor ever earned by a settlement and by an alliance, and this overall record would determine when a settlement and an alliance are eligible for the customized heraldry items. A settlement that joins an alliance would not have it's overall record of previous favor added to the alliance- only new favor generated by that settlement would go to the overall favor an alliance has earned. If an alliance is ever disbanded, the recorded favor of that alliance disappears forever. There should also be some penalty to the overall level of favor recorded for an alliance if a settlement leaves, but I can't address at this time exactly what that should look like, but it should be taken into account. Humbly submitted for their majesties' consideration, ~TH~ Thalius Duke of Oakheart
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    Thank you I have done this now, I hope this can be solved as I would like to play the game.
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    You can contact the GM team by emails at gamemods@wurmonline.com
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    [14:10:57] The items silently disappear from the spirit cottage. You expect them to arrive in less than thirty minutes. thanks
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    Thanks for your update Mthec. I am not sure if that fixed It first or me replacing my 7 year old asus did but we are good now. Yeah the map I think was just rough on older computer combined with that issue. Tested on another map and did not have same issue. The desert map I am not sure yet on just a oasis island or building little oasis areas around the water in the desert. Not sure if it will ever end up in use online but the npcs you made give us the ability to add a lot more depth to a single player map.
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    raspberrywood shaft, also one grapewood and one lingonberrywood peg to Chocolat pls
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    In that case, I do agree that anyone with the proper permissions should be able to rename as well. I've only ever been a mayor so never noticed that it was only mayors that could rename. +1 from me!
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    If someone can help me out I would be grateful, because without completing a collection I put so much money and time in, I see no point of playing Wurm any more.
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    I like these ideas Would be very useful.
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    There is a lot to like here; one quick point: If you limit the creation of an item to the mayor, and the mayor happens to be a priest, that might be a little problematic. Might be better to make it the mayor or their designated crafter (just an extra drop-down menu in the deed list). Otherwise, this is pretty much what freedom needs right now; as in this should be the pure focus of the devs at this moment in time.
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    Random Wurmian passes by in local and asks if there's any work to be done. "Yea sure, can you dig this 10x20 all down to rock?" Laborer agrees and Mayor applies title token to just that area. Deed roles/perms unchanged and remains protected. I like it.
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    Saw this, thought of Wurm, wanted to share. https://gfycat.com/bouncydistantblobfish-bridge or https://gfycat.com/bouncydistantblobfish-bridge.gif or https://giant.gfycat.com/BouncyDistantBlobfish.webm boo, no video embedding.
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    Thanks for this overview. Your numbers inspired me to collect the number of players (at peak time, yesterday) as well, and I prepared a table and some diagrams, showing the number of deeds per square kilometer and typical number of players (at peak time) per square kilometer: The results are quite interesting. Surprisingly, the second oldest PvE server (Deliverance) is second in deed density, while only 6th in population density. Not surprising: the new servers definitely show the highest player density.
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    I love the Wurm music. There's a particular part of the soundtrack that's pretty ominous. Every time I hear it my senses go on alert and I start looking for trouble in the area, even though I know it's not there. But this got me thinking that it would be really helpful to players if the soundtrack WAS tied to the activity in the environment. For example, if a big baddie enters within 10 tiles of you, that ominous music starts to play to alert you - just as your senses would work in your normal environment to clue you in on things outside of your vision and hearing. Something that could be done is as your nature skill increases, the radius of alert increases. When there's nothing in the area, it plays a more happy, upbeat tune. Just a thought.
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    Another one delivering myths and FUD. When looking at niarja, I find 22 to 30 players several times of the day on Exo, the higher numbers on weekends of course. Xanadu has peak figures around 100 to 120 which means that Exo has a higher density. And yes, peak simultaneous logins on all Freedom servers together seldom exceed 260. It is therefore easy to feel lonesome on the old servers if one does not take precautions. For newcomers it is a good idea to look for a settlement recruiting, there are some on most servers. After that one may look for an active alliance, there are also some. The lower density also gives more opportunities, and less quarrel for resources. Ideal for individualists. The advantages of the old servers are obvious. Easier access to good equipment. There will be an impalong soon (Halloween at Independence) offering quality gear to new players Much lower prices for much better stuff. Comprehensive and well maintained traffic systems, highways as well as canals/tunnels. Access to developped mines with plenty of resource veins. Access to runes and moon materials. After some combat training, opportunity to participate on rift combat. Regular public slayings of legendaries. This is in no way to badmouth the new servers. Many players are happy there for good reason. Still I would prefer a one way portal to the South for emigrees.
  47. 1 point
    Actually -100 for forced item decay. And wrong "analysis" again. There is no such beast as a "balanced economy", it will be evolving all time. Items already do decay and are lost. Destruction on death is a PvP ##### idea. Obviously, those owners are still logging on on that server, and their structures are of stone, sandstone, marble etc., and quality of 70 and beyond. Maybe they are even repairing here and then. That is game working as intended. A low ql wooden structure will decay ways faster.
  48. 1 point
    Good points on the decay rate, but it is a tightrope the devs try to walk. As it stands now, I have seen buildings in my area (or perimeters and in wild) that are still standing after close to a year with no repair. While this is great for the owners of said buildings, it stifles any further development of the land around it. With even slower decay I'd think we would see all available shore and most desirable inland areas littered with old buildings nobody can do anything about. Given that, the devs need to tune the decay so players feel like they can make a go at off-deed housing while simultaneously keeping the land from being "locked" with old crap.
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