Avaxas

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Allow mayors of deeds with either a templar or guard tower on deed to view a list of recent visitors. Recent visitors being anyone who entered the deed or perimeter, and what times they entered and left.

 

This would be a perfectly realistic function of having a templar, or guards, on the premises.

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+1 I really do like this idea.

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I would totally love this. i would love to see if i have a squatter or a stalker. 

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I do like this idea too.  Perhaps limit it to just the deed space itself, not perimeter, though, to cut down on database bloat.

 

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I like the idea. What if the QL of the tower determined how many logs were retained. So 50QL = last 5 unique visitors for example. Could give a reason to imp a tower beyond 50.

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11 minutes ago, Whane said:

I like the idea. What if the QL of the tower determined how many logs were retained. So 50QL = last 5 unique visitors for example. Could give a reason to imp a tower beyond 50.

i like this idea too!

 

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19 hours ago, Avaxas said:

Allow mayors of deeds with either a templar or guard tower on deed to view a list of recent visitors. Recent visitors being anyone who entered the deed or perimeter, and what times they entered and left.

 

This would be a perfectly realistic function of having a templar, or guards, on the premises.

What if they wear a hood or cape and templars can't "read their names" properly?

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19 minutes ago, Whane said:

I like the idea. What if the QL of the tower determined how many logs were retained. So 50QL = last 5 unique visitors for example. Could give a reason to imp a tower beyond 50.

 

Had not thought about this. Would be a great incentive to develop Masonry skill.

 

I can see some concerns about "privacy" being raised, though the notion of "privacy" while on or near deeded land patrolled by guards seems a bit silly. In fairness, some sort of message that your presence has been noted by the guards on duty might not be a bad idea. "A guard stationed in a nearby tower has noted your presence."

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1 hour ago, Finnn said:

What if they wear a hood or cape and templars can't "read their names" properly?

 

1 hour ago, Avaxas said:

 

Had not thought about this. Would be a great incentive to develop Masonry skill.

 

I can see some concerns about "privacy" being raised, though the notion of "privacy" while on or near deeded land patrolled by guards seems a bit silly. In fairness, some sort of message that your presence has been noted by the guards on duty might not be a bad idea. "A guard stationed in a nearby tower has noted your presence."


Stealth - its in game, and would be a reason to actually use it on PvE. Granted its best at night and not on pavement, but then anyone traveling by pavement probably wants to be known anyways. 

however i could see a cape or hood having the effect of the guards taking longer to identify them as well - this way someone just passing through can be 'unknown'. however i would add that repeated visits to the same deed GREATLY increases your chance at identification, so as to prevent griefing. Staff already has enough to deal with.
 

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what if I tell you that you can see who checked your deed by grinding tracking skill

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What if I tell you that you can remove your tracks

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Posted (edited)

I love this!


i do think players should be allowed to opt out tho.

Edited by belacane
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