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  1. I feel for you, and I 100% understand what you must be feeling right now (unfortunately). Not trying to steal attention away from your misfortune here, but I'm going to share a little story about a similar situation to showcase more of the toxic player mentality that actively drives players away: During the first day of Xanadu me and a bunch of friends set out to find the perfect spot to plant a little deed on (nothing extravagant, just a nice little home where we could enjoy the server and play on our newly created characters). After a long walk and lots of scouting we finally found the perfect little spot where we planted our token, and ~10 tiles offdeed we started a mine to get the material we needed since the deed was on a tiny peninsula without a rock layer underneath. Can anyone guess where this is going? If you guessed that someone deeded over the mine to intentionally grief us you are correct. At first we thought that maybe the people who deeded over the mine did it by mistake, since a lot of people want to live by the water. Perhaps they didn't realize that we had a mine there that hadn't yet been gate-housed, and perhaps they hadn't realized that their deed basically bordered ours. So we checked the token to see who owned the deed, because we thought that maybe we could talk to them and see what was up. It became evident right away that the deed was intentionally placed there in order to grief us because the deed motto was "Deed it or loose it" (yes, misspelt like that). It struck us as odd since why would anyone do that? Why would someone deed-grief us in an area where we were completely certain that we were the first ones to ever live? I started walking around in the area where we deeded and noticed that there were deeds outside our local area that all seemed to be in the same alliance, and this is where it got murky. Some of the deeds were planted before ours and some after, but the more I looked around the more I realized that they had counted on being able to control the entire area by deeding in a circle around the water. I also swam to the island that was to the south of us and realized that the deed on it was also part of the alliance, and that the alt that had planted the misspelt turd motto deed resided there. So I started lurking the forums and chats, and realized that these people (after we had planted our deed) had started planning a market area that was counting on our peninsula to work. They seemed to be planning to make two landbridges from the island: One going west and one north, and thus turn the bay into a lake. The problem of course being that we had a deed north of the island. A deed we planted within the first 36 hours of Xanadu's opening, on land that they somehow still felt entitled to. We owned the deed on what was pristine land, it hadn't as much as been dug on before we planted our deed, and yet they felt so entitled to it that they planted a deed on our mine in order to intimidate us enough to get us to leave - Without ever talking to us. If they had spoken to us we might've been able to reach a solution that was amicable for all of us - Maybe they could've bought our deed, or maybe we could've told them not to plant more deeds since their plan wouldn't work out. But no, they went straigt for the deed-griefing. Obviously the support call we made led nowhere, since the "deed it or lose it" yada yada blah blah is so ingrained in people that not even obvious grief can set off alarms. We ended up buying the griefers off using a large amount of ql95 iron lumps as payment, so essentially we were extorted and it still counted as fair gameplay on a PvE server.
  2. Sorry about the wait, the items have now been sent! Thank you very much
  3. RIP willow clone

    God ###### damnit your thread title gave me a heart attack
  4. Well well well, what do we have here?? A WILD AERIS??

    Not sure if you remember me at all hun, but if you do hope to hear from you, if you don't then no hard feeling! Just looking around to see who plays, deciding to come back to Wurm.

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      Aeris

      Hey there! :D Sorry, I didn't get any notification about your message so I didn't see it until now
      I remember you, how've you been?

  5. "###### you, I got mine"
  6. Haha one step forward and two steps back: - Give priests the opportunity to be more involved in gameplay so that it's not hell on Earth for people who are priests as main - Create a Journal entry with great benefits that will only benefit priests that pay premium to pray all day long
  7. It took me something like 2 hours to get the "Large fish" requirement for the Journal, and I only caught 2 fishes during that time and I went through multiple floats and lines because everything kept breaking constantly due to my appalling fishing skill. Would've taken me even longer if I hadn't known someone with all the equipment needed and several different rods for me to try out until one worked in the spot we were at. The priests in our village don't provide us with fish anymore now that the new system is in place, because it takes too long to gather up all the materials (many of which won't fit in a bulk bin) and they really just wanted something useful to do while waiting on favor. Maybe fishing wasn't an "intricate" feature, but it was relaxing for the people who liked it and you always ended up with fish to cook with (which you don't always do now, and you might have to grab a ship as opposed to standing on a pier or at the shore). One of the people in the village has 99 fishing but can't actually catch fish anymore because she doesn't have time to run around looking for all the parts needed for the rod to work, nor does she have the skill needed to create the various rod kinds and everything needed for them. Could she do other things in the game? Sure she can, it's just a shame that one of her regular activities is no longer available to her because it's too time-consuming and intricate to the point where it becomes a chore. But I guess we're not allowed to criticize the system as a whole, and have it taken seriously, because of the tragedy that struck the team. All critique (constructive or otherwise) seems to be taken as a slight to Tich's memory, even though it's just aimed at the fishing itself. The new fishing system is absolute garbage, and it'll become one of those niche activities that we'll eventually be forced to interact more with in the future just to make it seem like a valid addition to the game.
  8. While the wurm assistant is a useful tool I don't think people should be required to use a separate program to compensate for the lack of interactivity with the ingame interface. A creature specific "reveal creatures" option would be a useful workaround for the fact that the ingame interface is rather rough around the edges.
  9. Lol the recent obsession with prefacing all suggestions with "I know the veterans will shoot me down" as if it's something people do by force of habit rather than because the suggestions is bad. -1 (because I actually think the suggestions is bad) Edit: I won't spam up the thread with pointless nonsense, but posting "-1 with no actual reason given" isn't an obsession: It's a valid way of responding to a suggestion where there isn't much to say that hasn't already been said. Tpikol had already summarized why it is a bad idea, and not every suggestion needs to be debunked in detail since the intended audience will understand the reasoning without further explanation.
  10. Seem to be working now, thank you!
  11. No, I used a settings profile with Legacy and it does nothing.
  12. Same here, it crashes right after the verification process and the world is about to start loading.
  13. Those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it.