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All posts created by Azure_Zero

Azure_Zero
Rhethwyn
Verifying I understand this correctly:

Azure_Zero
If a settlement can't bother to check their Maps and PVP window(s) during PVP time,
they deserve the results of not watching their hexes.

= "If you don't watch out for me screwing you over, you deserve to have my will imposed upon you, for my greater glory."

……

Not specifically me, but anyone who wants what you have and you aren't paying attention to keep it

Rhethwyn
….
Azure_Zero
If a owner of a castle posts no guards to watch it and a theif comes one night,
the owner of the castle has no right to complain of any thefts since he did nothing to prevent or stop it.

= "If I don't install an anti-theft device in my car, I have no right to complain when someone steals it."

Is that what you're trying to convey here?

Yep, if you aren't working to keep it, prepare to lose it and without right to complain at its loss.
Azure_Zero
If a settlement can't bother to check their Maps and PVP window(s) during PVP time,
they deserve the results of not watching their hexes.

If a owner of a castle posts no guards to watch it and a theif comes one night,
the owner of the castle has no right to complain of any thefts since he did nothing to prevent or stop it.
Azure_Zero
I have to agree with "You are a Troll,"
the notice should be when it's happening and you are actually checking your stuff.

I watch my PVP windows for Monster Raids, why should a infection causing a raid be any different.
Don't watch it, you risk losing it, that is fair.
Azure_Zero
I am hoping spreading gets rolled out in phases, to find out how much is just right.
As I wouldn't want the game to repeat the mistakes of many others.

I'd like the phases to be;
Phase 1: All raid escalations (T1-)
Phase 2: All T1 escalations(T1)
Phase 3: Lower T2
Phase 4: Higher T2
Phase 5: Low T3

There will not be a phase 6 as I know that would be horrible is Higher T3 escalations spread, and even Phase 5 will likely be pushing it.
The Time between phases should be about 3 weeks given game population and the number of "real" active settlements to see the impact that each phase brings.
I do see Phases 1 and 2 being no problem, phase 3 will likely start to show the limit, and Phase 4 will show if the player base is at the limit or could handle a little bit more or a need to dial it down a notch.
Azure_Zero
NightmareSr
The Emerald Aristocrats will be added to the rotation once these are cleared, correct?
Is the new Eternal Youth escalation going to be added at the same time also?

Oh Good Gravy, I hope Bob sets it so only one will be active at anyone time if they both enter the rotation.
Azure_Zero
I agree with "You are a Troll"
I'd like to start seeing your plan for marketing, cause if the Population don't grow, it'll just shrink.
And if the Population shrinks any more you'll start needing to change a lot more things or the game will die.
Azure_Zero
Nice.
Azure_Zero
No, the settlement collectors will hand them off to groups, likely with strings attached, so the new settlement is not truly independent from the settlement collector or from their nation.

And I know of a few goes of that, but the new comers didn't stick around.
Azure_Zero
Congrats, How does the Alchemist rate compared to other classes?
Azure_Zero
Those two settlements are surrounded by 2 or more different groups, so they are deadlocked an likely not going under ownership of anyone any time soon.

Again, given this game's population, all abandoned settlements should change to NPC shield hexes and be unclaimable until the game's population gets much bigger then what it is, or it's just giving opportunities to settlement collectors.

Right now the way active settlement is defined is too cheap for a settlement collector, if you do what I propose as above
(post #5) it'll make it harder for settlement collectors (one way or another) and not punish those truly trying to build up and run their settlement in proper play.
As a settlement is suppose to require a lot of players to get and keep running, but can lose some players as it's built up.

Now I do run Two settlements, and I work my butt off to make sure they are running as good as they can and I'm also still slowly building them up with better buildings and upgrading holdings where I can.

Settlement collectors run their settlements cheap and with little effort, I'd like to see them need to make a choice; pay more cash (thus helping fund game development) or put in more time, effort, and work in game to keep their settlements.
While NOT punishing TRUELY ACTIVE settlements with higher costs (especially those that have stuck it out since the old days of EE 4.0 or earlier).