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Azure_Zero
Duffy Swiftshadow
I've got a list of a dozen small tools that would be really handy, but unfortunately my HTML knowledge is rather poor compared to my SQL and C# abilities so it's taking me awhile to get moving on any of it. If there's a fairly experienced web developer out there with spare time and interest we could easily expand some of the tools available for PFO.

It would be more then HTML, it also include CSS, javascript, PHP and maybe even a few other things.
Though with PHP, we could take your SQL database that is hooked up to C# and use it.
Azure_Zero
This would be a good opportunity to test some things….
Azure_Zero
Same, it should stay up, as it is a very useful communication tool for the game, and the keepside chats.
Azure_Zero
That and the saves, But also in the ability to get T3 armour. Also T3 takes a boat load of resources and Has a VERY long crafting time compared to T2.
Azure_Zero
Welcome NewCorp, Welcome to City 17…. er …. PFO
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Midnight
Vampirism, lycanthropy, and ghoul/wraith undeadness are all forms that mythically can be forced on others by being attacked. Skyrim and ESO address that by presenting it as an illness you can purchase a cure for.

How does the Pathfinder TT treat this issue?

In Pathfinder TT, undeath is cured via cleric spells like resurrection (either with the undead dying first or in their current state)
Now lycanthropy is harder in the you more have to stop it before it takes hold like a disease/parasite. Again it can be cured via cleric spells (two of them on the full moon within minutes of casting each other, can't recall which two spells though)
Azure_Zero
I and likely a number of others, know what your feeling about all this crap…
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Seraph
Azure_Zero
Don't forget that an EBA member was also Banned for also doing the same thing as Takasi…..

Well, to some unknown extent. Kero unfortunately disappeared after his banning, so we may never know just how much he did, but I don't think anyone's under the impression that he was doing it nearly as flagrantly or for as long as Takasi was, hence the devs' offer to lift his ban pending a conversation about what he was up to. Kero certainly didn't do anything to give Brighthaven a competitive edge, which I think sheds some light on his motivation.

That doesn't really have anything to do with the strip mining anyway, unless you're suggesting that it was Kero that was doing it, which I can state with all confidence in his character and intelligence that he was not.

As you say, "to some unknown extent." We'll never know what was going on with both Takasi and Kero or what they were doing in game.
The HRC was confident that Takasi, with his character and intelligence, was playing legit and then proof showed up to say otherwise. So confidence is not proof. Proof is in the logs which we do not have access to.
Azure_Zero
Midnight
Azure_Zero
Don't forget that an EBA member was also Banned for also doing the same thing as Takasi…..

The EBA was long gone at the time of the bans. Did you mean some other organization?

I still call that area the EBA even though it fractured and dissolved.
Azure_Zero
Seraph
I, for one, agree that we have no concrete evidence and can't for certain say that it was HRC that was strip mining. I move that we do not consider that an offense attributable at this time to them. It is unfortunate that the only way to really prove it is to stealth around and catch someone in the act of harvesting, or kill them and see what's on their husk.

However, I will note that after Takasi was banned the problem went away, which either means it was him, someone using one of his characters that got banned, or someone that wanted us to think it was him. Whether such actions had the knowledge or approval of the rest of the organization is of course unknown.

Don't forget that an EBA member was also Banned for also doing the same thing as Takasi…..