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We all love our pets, and we can become unreasonably attached to them. Sometimes we are simply not ready to let them go when they are killed by unforeseen circumstances. I would like GMs to have the ability to return-to-companionship, a lost pet, reskinned with transparency, in such rare cases as they feel are community-appropriate, to avoid any possibility of mechanic-abuse. I suggest such a creature would no longer be able to give skillgain, be bred, or be used in combat or ridden, but still able to be interacted with by the 'owner', as a tamable, leadable pet, for the perma-fixed exchange of one cared-for slot. I see no reason why this option should not be available to anyone who is prepared to petition for it. Regardless of server or disposition of character.
So it is illegal to break into an enclosure that is fenced in with a house, but yet it is perfectly legal to expand a perimeter over the same enclosure performing basically the same action (by not being able to repair the house) just taking longer to do it. Obviously this would be extremely rude, but completely legal by the game rules and the one with the "protected" enclosure could do nothing about it. So by means of allowing a semi grace period it is acceptable to break into someone's enclosure?