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|Tyncale 05.21.2016 11:07|
MidnightI think compared to some of those kickstarters, Ryan Dancey was actually being pretty upfront about who PFO would cater too. Or he tried to be. In CoE you are made to believe that everyone can be a special snowflake yet you need serbs to become that special snowflake.
That PFO did not deliver (yet) is another story. I would still like to see the original PFO blogs realized with an actual healthy population.
I certainly agree with your pretty realistic (and harsh) assesment of how things will go down in PFO. I am kinda hoping that PFO's "safezones" will be less geographical in nature and be more in the realm of Factions, Diplomacy and POlitics, where "less participation" means "more safety" but also less power for your character.
An example would be that if you are a member of 7 factions you get perks, but are open to much more PvP from opposing factions then when you are just part of one.
I have *no* idea if this can be done to a satisfactory degree though. Geographical safezones seem much easier to implement.
Regalo Harnoncourt, Leader of the River Kingdoms Trading Company, High Council of Callambea.
This is the character that I am playing almost 100% of the time. (Tyncale is my Sage/Mage)