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  1. This guy is legit. In an afternoon where I just watched a movie on netflex, he has raised my HFC from nothing to my highest skill. It almost feels like cheating.
  2. Vynora was pleased and...
  3. I'm starting to see how people racked up such high post counts when there's so little to talk about on this forum.
  4. All those items above are purchasable by ingame currency as well. For a game to be pay2win it must have an item/benefit that gives you an advantage over other players that is not accessible through ingame means. Ironically because of how freely wurm works with real world trading, not only do these items not exist, you could even argue that they can't exist because of how the game works. Wurm is by definition "pay to not grind" except all you do in this game is grind, so its really "pay to grind in something else." Despite having said all that, there is no way I would play this game if I wasn't willing to spend some RL money on it. It's far too easy for Wurm to become closer to a job than a game if one isn't careful...
  5. 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)
  6. This whole situation is very messy. Moral and rule implications aside, any player considering joining the ebon kingdom before is sure to reconsider now. Normally you would expect a kingdom to welcome a returning player with open arms and encourage them to stay, not shut them out. How can you trust a kingdom in a battle with Drakes and other valuables on the line if they're willing to sell your account off for a quick buck?
  7. cod Sickle 26.40 QL C66 to Toma please
  8. I wonder if the lack of plate armour shoulder pads was done intentionally to encourage the use of the other armour types. As it stands I don't see any reason to wear anything other than plate for horseback hunting
  9. Cod me a pocket sun (white) please
  10. Should a game developer really ask permission from the community any time a change is made? Game creation by democracy has been tried in the past and it has always been pretty terrible. I think the devs did their due diligence here just by making this announcement then quickly adapting the plan when an overwhelming community response came. The amount of negativity in this thread is astounding honestly. I've been bouncing around many MMOs and if you're with a company like PWE, EA games, Ubisoft or the like, there would never be an announcement like this, let alone changing the plan after the fact.
  11. It's not even live yet... This is what was planned for the next patch. This is actually better than most games I've seen out there, who just push these kinds of changes out without telling anyone.
  12. Honestly, I'm pretty happy with this. This seems fair.
  13. It should at least be consistent. Charge mail based on the weight of the mail for all the items or charge based on the number of items being sent. It's so weird that some items are stupidly expensive to send over others because their "unit" is so small.
  14. This guy is fast and trustworthy, I'm certain I'll be purchasing from him again. Thanks again!